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Apple Prohibits Price References To Appear In The App Store
Mar29

Apple Prohibits Price References To Appear In The App Store

The majority of the apps in App Store are advertised and marketed using misleading words. Some of them utilize free download of the apps with in-app purchases. Even before, Apple discouraged developers from using this tactic. That is, referencing the app’s price in the title in the App Store. Unfortunately, it didn’t stop every developer from doing it. However, Apple is now forcing software makers to change it. In a report...

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Google Calendar finally has an iPad version
Mar29

Google Calendar finally has an iPad version

Finally, we have a Google Calendar version made just for iPad users. That’s some interesting news—and one that will gladden the hearts of many iPad users. Until the latest update, the popular scheduling app was only available to iPhone users due to the way Google customized or built it. The latest update means the app is now built with features that will also work on your iPhone; providing you with an alternative to Apple’s stock...

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Tinder released a desktop version so everyone can find a date
Mar29

Tinder released a desktop version so everyone can find a date

If you can’t use Tinder through your phone, your laptop can be the next best thing for swiping Tinder announced a new feature that will allow users to swipe from any browser, on any device, anywhere in the world. Yes, the swiping dating app is coming to a computer or a laptop near you. The famous dating app posted a blog post talking about the new feature. Of course you can still use it via your smartphone but according to the...

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Congress votes to allow Internet providers to sell your browsing history
Mar29

Congress votes to allow Internet providers to sell your browsing history

Your internet freedom is only a signature away from being placed under lock and key. The House of Representatives passed a resolution on Tuesday overturning an FCC rule signed during the Obama administration. The FCC rule signed during the Obama era required permission from customers before internet providers could share their browsing history with other companies. The same rule, also permitted providers the power to protect customers...

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Truecaller app integrated with Google Duo and payment
Mar28

Truecaller app integrated with Google Duo and payment

Truecaller has teamed up with Google in a big move that could see the caller-identifier app compete big time with WhatsApp in India. The company has inked a deal with Google that would see the Truecaller app integrated with Google Duo and payment. The Google partnership is one of several other deals announced by the Sweden-based company on Tuesday. The deal will see Google’s video calling app, launched in 2016, integrated with...

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Elon Musk wants to connect our brain with AI technology
Mar28

Elon Musk wants to connect our brain with AI technology

After space projects and auto-driving cars Elon Musk is looking for a way to merge our brain with computers It looks like Elon Musk is taking one step forward and wants to find a way to connect our brain with augmented reality. According to a report from Wall Street Journal the famous entrepreneur has created a new company, which is reportedly called Neuralink and it will create chips that can be inserted into our brain with the...

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