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Monday, 20 Apr 2015

Man buys impressive but fake Galaxy S6 phone

Man buys impressive but fake Galaxy S6 phone

A man recently bought one of Samsung's new Galaxy S6 off the Internet, only to find out that it was a really impressive fake upon activating the device.

Thursday, 16 Apr 2015

Nokia to acquire Alcatel-Lucent for 15.6 billion Euros

Nokia to acquire Alcatel-Lucent for 15.6 billion Euros

Nokia will acquire Alcatel-Lucent for 15.6 billion Euros. Why has Nokia set its sight on the French telecommunications equipment company?

Tuesday, 14 Apr 2015

Lazada Group hits US$1 billion in annualized GMV at three years of age

Lazada Group hits US$1 billion in annualized GMV at three years of age

Lazada's US$1 billion annualized GMV milestone this March also represents a 350% growth compared to March 2014’s GMV results.

Monday, 13 Apr 2015

China in spotlight for hacking targets in Asia

China in spotlight for hacking targets in Asia

China is being put under the spotlight once more, this time standing accused of hacking key targets in Asia.

Friday, 10 Apr 2015

YouTube ad-free subscription coming soon for US$10 per month

YouTube ad-free subscription coming soon for US$10 per month

Don't like the ads that are constantly popping up in your YouTube video? Pretty soon, you'll be able to watch an ad-free YouTube video for just US$10 per month.

Slowing down light is key to secure communications

Slowing down light is key to secure communications

As it turns out, the key to secure communications is light and fiber optics, as well as an understanding of quantum physics. Scientists at the Vienna University of Technology have managed to slow down light to 180 km/h, using fiber optics.

Thursday, 9 Apr 2015

Facebook Messenger is now available as a web client

Facebook Messenger is now available as a web client

Facebook has just made a standalone web version of Facebook Messenger, which you can directly access from your browser.

Wednesday, 8 Apr 2015

Google granted patent that prevents spoilers on social media

Google granted patent that prevents spoilers on social media

Most of us don't like spoilers. We want to find out what happened by watching the episode or movie, or even reading the book, for ourselves. However, the Internet can be a very spoiler-filled place, and Google is trying to shield our eyes with an interesting system.

Tuesday, 7 Apr 2015

U.S. judge deems divorce via Facebook as legal

U.S. judge deems divorce via Facebook as legal

You met, courted, and married each other via Facebook. Now if you can't stand each other anymore, you can also divorce each other on Facebook now.

Bill Gates sent a letter to employees on Microsoft's 40th anniversary

Bill Gates sent a letter to employees on Microsoft's 40th anniversary

Saying that Microsoft has had a profound impact on computing and even modern civilization would be an understatement. And as the company celebrates its 40th anniversary, co-founder Bill Gates wrote a letter sharing his aspirations with employees of the company.

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