Articles for June 2014

Articles for June 2014

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Google acquires Skybox
Google acquires Skybox
by Gary Oldwood on 12 June 2014 · 1667 views
Google continues expanding its services and resources by acquiring Skybox, a company that uses its satellites to grab high resolution videos and images of the earth. ... Read more
Facebook Introducing Ad Preferences and Collecting More Browsing and App Data
Facebook Introducing Ad Preferences and Collecting More Browsing and App Data
by Chris Thomas on 12 June 2014 · 1243 views
Facebook recently announced that it will be adding a new "Ad Preferences" feature that will make it possible for users to control what types of ads they're shown within their account interface. ... Read more
Apple Announced iOS 8 - Here are the Essential Features and Improvements
Apple Announced iOS 8 - Here are the Essential Features and Improvements
by Chris Thomas on 12 June 2014 · 1346 views
Apple spent the majority of its 2014 Worldwide Developer's Conference (WWDC) covering the main aspects of the much-anticipated iOS 8 operating system. ... Read more
TweetDeck Hacked and Fixed
TweetDeck Hacked and Fixed
by Dan Vlasic on 12 June 2014 · 1468 views
On Wednesday morning many TweetDeck users got an unpleasant surprise when they saw their favorite Twitter client displaying pop-ups of odd nature. XSS exploit allowed hackers take control over affected accounts. ... Read more
Google Launches 64 Chrome in Beta - No Stable Version Yet
Google Launches 64 Chrome in Beta - No Stable Version Yet
by Chris Thomas on 10 June 2014 · 1556 views
This week Google released the first testing builds of a lightning fast 64-bit version of Chrome. ... Read more
You Entrust Your PC to Antivirus, but Do You Trust the Antivirus Company?
You Entrust Your PC to Antivirus, but Do You Trust the Antivirus Company?
by Dan Vlasic on 10 June 2014 · 11129 views
Users install antivirus products to protect themselves from the hackers, but who is to protect users from the companies they rely on for protection? ... Read more
Will Apple's New HealthKit App for iOS 8 Succeed, or Will It Flop Like Google Health Did?
Will Apple's New HealthKit App for iOS 8 Succeed, or Will It Flop Like Google Health Did?
by Chris Thomas on 9 June 2014 · 2100 views
Last week at its Worldwide Developer's Conference (WWDC) Apple announced that it has been working on a new Health app for iOS 8. ... Read more
YouTube Introducing New Features and Apps for Content Creators and Channel Managers
YouTube Introducing New Features and Apps for Content Creators and Channel Managers
by Chris Thomas on 8 June 2014 · 1538 views
Youtube is in the process of rolling out a collection of new features and apps for content creators and channel managers. ... Read more
How to Filter Your Twitter Timeline
How to Filter Your Twitter Timeline
by Dan Vlasic on 7 June 2014 · 5174 views
As you generate the number of people you follow, your timeline gets clogged up, and you never get the news you want to see first. Customize your timeline to be able to instantly jump to the job-related tweets, or tweets from your real friends first. ... Read more
How to Bulk-Delete Tweets
How to Bulk-Delete Tweets
by Dan Vlasic on 5 June 2014 · 37117 views
Want to delete all your tweets at once, but they are too many to use the Twitter delete option? Check out these web services and mobile apps that delete all your Tweets automatically. ... Read more
How to Disable Google Now and Chrome's Notifications Icon on Windows, Mac, Linux
How to Disable Google Now and Chrome's Notifications Icon on Windows, Mac, Linux
by Mihai Neacsu on 4 June 2014 · 9959 views
Starting with March 24 this year, Google added a new feature to Chrome for desktops: Google Now integration, with notification cards on your system tray. Disabling the notifications icon is not that obvious though, so here's how to do it. ... Read more
Apple Gives In to Support Third-Party Widgets and Keyboard Apps in iOS 8
Apple Gives In to Support Third-Party Widgets and Keyboard Apps in iOS 8
by Dan Vlasic on 3 June 2014 · 1579 views
As a part of iOS 8 Extensibility system, Apple will now allow third-party widgets and keyboard apps on iOS 8 devices. ... Read more
Google Disables Chrome Extensions Downloaded from Third-Party Sources
Google Disables Chrome Extensions Downloaded from Third-Party Sources
by Dan Vlasic on 3 June 2014 · 3248 views
Google started blocking Chrome browser extensions that haven't been installed from Chrome Web Store. It currently affects Windows users only, and if you had any browser add-on installed from third-party resources, you may see them automatically disab ... Read more
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