You No Longer Need a Facebook Account for Using Facebook Messenger
Jun25

You No Longer Need a Facebook Account for Using Facebook Messenger

Facebook Messenger just moved one step closer to messaging domination. The social network no longer requires people to have active Facebook accounts to use its messaging app, Facebook announced Wednesday. Now, when people in the United States, Canada and Venezuela who don’t have Facebook accounts download Messenger, they will see a new “not on Facebook?” option on the sign-up screen, which allows them to create an...

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Google Hangouts Go Big with New Chromebox for Large Meeting Rooms
Jun25

Google Hangouts Go Big with New Chromebox for Large Meeting Rooms

It’s no secret that Google Hangouts are a cheap and easy way for businesses to videoconference, and Chromeboxes — dedicated hardware for bringing Hangouts to TVs — have made it easy for many offices to integrate their existing equipment. There are limitations, however. Big conference rooms mean people who aren’t close to the microphone or camera will have a hard time getting their message across to remote users....

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Top 5 apps to help Muslims observe the holy month of Ramadan
Jun21

Top 5 apps to help Muslims observe the holy month of Ramadan

Ramadan starts on Thursday for most Muslims around the world. This means a month of fasting, prayer, and piety, all in an effort to deepen one’s faith. The holy month is also looked upon as an opportunity to increase community ties, bring people closer together, and share blessings with those less fortunate. For some it may also mean a short pilgrimage to Mecca, as it is believed reward for good deeds is multiplied manifold...

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Apple Music will Let You Get Music for Offline Listening
Jun09

Apple Music will Let You Get Music for Offline Listening

Streaming music is great if you’re connected to Wi-Fi, but no one wants to cannibalize cellular data on a morning commute or an evening run. Apple confirmed in a statement to Re/code that its new Apple Music streaming service will allow users to save music and videos from the streaming library to their devices for offline playing. Users will also be able to make playlists for the content they have saved offline. At its Worldwide...

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Latest Updates From Chrome Lets You Disable Annoying Flash videos From Autoplaying
Jun06

Latest Updates From Chrome Lets You Disable Annoying Flash videos From Autoplaying

Google Chrome is arguably the most popular web browser, but it kills laptops’ battery life and requires a great deal of memory to run. Google is making a significant change that might help in that department. An update, which is now in beta, disables Flash ads from autoplaying when you load a page. Users can chose if they want to disable all content from autoplaying or if they want to only autoplay content which is...

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Google Driverless Cars Are Coming to Virginia Highways
Jun03

Google Driverless Cars Are Coming to Virginia Highways

If you’re driving on the highway in Virginia, don’t be surprised if you soon see a car in your rear-view mirror with no one behind the wheel. Virginia announced Monday that it’s opening up 70 miles of highway for self-driving car testing according to a report in the Richmond Times-Dispatch. The roads designated for testing will be known as the Virginia Automated Corridors and include some of the most congested...

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