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Thursday, 6 Nov 2014

Google Drive now works with desktop applications

Google Drive now works with desktop applications

Google Drive has just gotten a new feature, which allows you to launch files in Google Drive with your favorite desktop applications. This is pretty handy if you frequently use applications on your PC to work on files you have saved in Drive.

Wednesday, 5 Nov 2014

Hewlett-Packard’s Sprout brings us one step closer to a reality of gesture-based computing

Hewlett-Packard’s Sprout brings us one step closer to a reality of gesture-based computing

Sprout is a new desktop computer being developed by HP that looks like a regular all-in-one PC, but replaces the traditional keyboard and mouse with a touch-enabled mat and downward-facing 3D scanner.

Apple dominates smartphone industry with 86% share of the profits

Apple dominates smartphone industry with 86% share of the profits

Apple has the largest share of the handset pie with an analyst estimating that it enjoys a massive 86% share of the handset industry's operating profits in Q3.

Microsoft and Dropbox join forces

Microsoft and Dropbox join forces

It seems Microsoft is serious about cloud storage as it teams up with Dropbox to offer integration between the cloud storage service and its Office applications.

Tuesday, 4 Nov 2014

Spotify no longer has any music of Taylor Swift

Spotify no longer has any music of Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift has never been a big fan of music streaming services, but the artist took things a step further by removing all of her older albums on Spotify.

Google Calendar gets facelift

Google Calendar gets facelift

The Google Calendar app has just received a facelift, with a bunch of new features thrown in as well. Hit the jump for more details.

Monday, 3 Nov 2014

Samsung's smartphone earnings fell a whopping 71% in Q3

Samsung's smartphone earnings fell a whopping 71% in Q3

Samsung Electronics has just reported its Q3 financial results and the numbers are not good. Profits have dipped substantially and its mobile division was hit the hardest.

Thursday, 30 Oct 2014

Emergency service drones might just save your life in the future

Emergency service drones might just save your life in the future

An ambulance drone prototype was unveiled in Europe that could potentially save your life one day. Could we be seeing it in use soon? Hit the jump for more info.

YouTube now goes up to 60 FPS

YouTube now goes up to 60 FPS

YouTube videos have been capped at 30 frames per second for years, but are now bumped up to 60 FPS for extra smooth playback.

LG Electronics to exit plasma TV market by end November

LG Electronics to exit plasma TV market by end November

We know it's coming, but now it's official: LG has announced that it will end its plasma TV business by the end of next month.

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