Google Introduces Contact Lens That Measures Glucose Level

After unveiling a revolutionary wearable tech like Google Glass, the company has now introduced a ‘smart contact lens’. The tech giant is testing the lens with aim to help diabetic people measure their glucose level. Google said that the lenses contain a ‘tiny wireless chip’ and sensors that measure the glucose level in tears to calculate blood sugar levels in people with diabetes.Google...
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Facebook Takes A Leaf From Twitter, Rolls Out Trending Topics

Facebook has finally rolled out Trending Topics feature after the initial announcement in September last year. The big blue social network has launched this feature in the U.S., U.K., Canada, India, and Australia. Users from these countries will begin seeing the new Trending box on the top right side of the homepage.Users’ Trending lists will be personalized based on their interests, in addition...
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HP Forays Into Phablets, Unveils Slate 6 And Slate 7 Voice Tablets

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HP has finally taken wraps off its much speculated phablets for the the Indian markets. One of the leading PC manufacturer has forayed into the phablet/tablet sector with Slate6 VoiceTab and HP Slate7 VoiceTab. The smartphones or phablets sport a 6-inch and 7-inch screens respectively and run on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.Expected to be launched early next month, the devices will be the first smartphones...
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Google Brings 50% Data Compression To Chrome For iOS And Android

With an aim to reduce data costs on mobile, Google has launched the data compression feature on Chrome for iOS and Android. In order to avail the service users will have select the “Reduce data usage” section in the Bandwidth Management section  under Settings Menu. After enabling this setting, users will also be able to track the amount of data they are saving each month. Data compression...
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Tumblr Introduces @mention Feature

Tumblr is finally adding the ability for users to mention others on the site. The social blogging platform now supports tagging other account holders by first typing the “@” symbol followed by the person or organization’s name. With the addition of this feature, Tumblr now joins the likes of Twitter, Facebook and Instagram that lets you mention others.The user that’s to be mentioned...
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Google Rolls Out Chrome 32 With Tab Indicators, Chrome OS Like UI And More

Google updated Chrome to version 32 on Tuesday for Windows, Mac, and Linux, bringing with it one of the browser’s best features yet. The latest version of the browser adds tab indicator that lets you track down noisy tabs, thanks to a new speaker icon that will let you know which is playing music or is showing a video. This feature will be a boon for users that are often irritated to as they are...
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Microsoft And GoDaddy Team Up To Offer Office 365 Suite To SMB

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Software giant Microsoft and Go Daddy have joined hands to provide Office 365 to small business. The web-hosting and domain name company will offer Microsoft’s suite of productivity tools to its small-business customers under this partnership. Office 365 from GoDaddy is available in the US and Canada for now, and will be expanding globally in the next three months.GoDaddy’s small business...
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YouTube Rolls Out Comment Management Tool

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YouTube has unveiled a new tool that lets video creator manage comments. The video site recently tweaked its commenting system by making it users to log in through their Google+ ids to be able to comment on any content. YouTube acknowledged that users of the site were unhappy with the change.“Staying connected with your audience is critical on YouTube, so we fast-tracked the development of...
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Twitter Overhauls Desktop Website, Makes It Similar To Mobile Apps

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Twitter has tweaked its desktop website in order to match its mobile Android and iOS apps. The latest overhaul gives Twitter’s website a new home feed and a navigation bar. Users will now see there profile section to the left hand side of the homepage instead of the center. The navigation bar adorns a new look with different color. Also, the Twitter icon is now placed in the center.“We’re...
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Google Acquires Home Tech Start-Up Nest For $3.2 Billion

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After Yahoo, Google has made its first acquisition of 2014. The internet giant this time has acquired home automation company Nest for $3.2 billion. Launched by Tony Fadell and Matt Rogers in 2010, Nest makes smart thermostat and smoke detectors. Nest sells its thermostats on the promise of saving homeowners energy by learning their daily habits and adjusting temperature accordingly. And it set...
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