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Monthly Archives: August 2015

Microsoft’s New App Would Read the News to You

Microsoft is testing a new app called the “NEWSCAST”, which has been created by the Bing team. This app is most suitable for those people who want to keep themselves updated with the news and are overwhelmed by the media’s never ending stream of news stories but at the same …

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New Cyber Tool Finds 11 Security Flaws in Browsers

Written by Muneeb Iqbal and Nasreen Lakhdhir A team of US researchers, funded by Facebook in partnership with USENIX in the amount of $100,000, have developed a new cyber security tool that was able to discover 11 security flaws in Internet browsers. The money is meant to help the researchers …

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COMCAST Speeds Up Discounted Internet Service

Written by Muneeb Iqbal and Nasreen Lakhdhir COMCAST, a US-based multimedia mass media company, is expanding its discounted internet service to benefit those in the low income bracket. The program began about the same the US government approved Comcast’s acquirement of NBC Universal, an American media and entertainment company on December …

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Are You Better Off Keeping Verizon Contract Plan?

Verizon is the largest wireless company in the US and it has initiated some new changes starting today whereby it would be finishing the 2 years service contract and will also cease offering cheap mobile phones for $100 or $200. This practice was already being followed by some major carrier …

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