Nokia Launched the biggest Nokia Lumia phablet, Nokia Lumia 1520

Nokia Launched the biggest Nokia Lumia phablet, Nokia Lumia 1520. Nokia finally launched their biggest Nokia Lumia phablet, Nokia Lumia 1520 in India earlier this week. The smartphone runs on the Windows 8 platform as all Nokia Lumia devices but also introduces a hoist of changes to the Lumia series. It is not just bigger but […]

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Users can take photos by winking through Google Glass

Users can take photos by winking through Google Glass. Google has introduced a new feature to its Google Glass, which allows users to take a photo with a “wink of the eye”. Google said the feature was faster than the camera button or the voice action and works even when the display is off. The firm […]

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Apple Announces Top iPhone, iPad Apps of 2013

Apple Announces Top iPhone, iPad Apps of 2013. Finishing the year atop Apple’s App Store list has never been more competitive. The company announced in October that the App Store features more than one million apps that have combined for more than 60 billion total app downloads. So, what does it take to reach the top? Apparently lots and lots […]

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13 Tech Products That Stood Out in 2013

13 Tech Products That Stood Out in 2013. What marks a successful product? The same indicator of a successful Facebook post, tweet or status update: something you want to share with others. At least that’s our view. We don’t put our seal of approval, Mashable Choice, on a product unless we would recommend it to friends, family or colleagues. […]

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Twitter restores ability to block unwanted followers after users protest

Twitter restores ability to block unwanted followers after users protest. Twitter on Thursday restored the ability to block unwanted followers from peering at posts, quickly reversing a policy change that triggered a barrage of criticism. “Earlier today, we made a change to the way the ‘block’ function of Twitter works,” Twitter’s Michael Sippey said in a blog […]

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The World’s Largest Vessel Is Bigger Than the Empire State Building

The World’s Largest Vessel Is Bigger Than the Empire State Building. The world’s largest vessel just set sail off the coast of South Korea. The Prelude is 1,601 feet long — that’s 150 feet longer than the Empire State Building is tall. Owned by Shell, the vessel’s massive size has earned it the title of largest object currently […]

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Yahoo Acquires Online Concert Service Evntlive

Yahoo Acquires Online Concert Service Evntlive. Yahoo has acquired Evntlive, an online platform for live concerts, the two companies announced Friday. Terms of the deal were not immediately disclosed. Evntlive was founded in late 2011 and launched in beta in April 2012 after raising $2.3 million in funding from notable investors including Vint Cerf, often referred to as one […]

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Mobile Internet Subscriptions to Triple by 2019

Mobile Internet Subscriptions to Triple by 2019. If it seems like everyone around you is constantly glued to their smartphones, you haven’t seen anything yet.   According to Ericsson’s 2013 mobility report, the number of global mobile Internet subscriptions will triple by 2019. In 2013, the number of mobile subscriptions around the world clocks in at 2.2 […]

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Why Canada Is a Testing Ground for Apps

Why Canada Is a Testing Ground for Apps. Developers worldwide are using Canada as a testing ground for apps before rolling them out to other markets. This testing process might be common knowledge among app creators, but the typical mobile user may not realize an app he downloads today has undergone months of testing in Canada. Global […]

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Twitter Finally Explains Twitter

Twitter Finally Explains Twitter. For the socially savvy, hashtags and trending topics are very much a part of the 21st century vernacular. For others, these terms may prompt a question: What is Twitter? A YouTube video answering that very question was tweeted out by @TwitterGuide, one of Twitter’s experimental accounts, last week. The video was published in February, but has fewer […]

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