Yahoo Mail Accounts Hacked users need to Reset Passwords

Yahoo Mail Accounts Hacked users need to Reset Passwords. An unspecified number of Yahoo Mail users have had their usernames and passwords compromised, the company announced late Thursday. The hack appears to have taken place via a compromised third party database, and Yahoo has taken the precaution of resetting the passwords of affected users. “Our ongoing investigation shows that malicious […]

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The Most Photographed Cities on Earth, According to Google

The Most Photographed Cities on Earth, According to Google. Selfie, landscape or portrait, we tend to take a lot of photos — and some places are more conducive to snapping pics than others. Google released a heat map that highlights the Earth’s most photographed locales. Data included in Sightsmap comes from geolocated images uploaded by individual users to […]

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Google Unveils Smart Contact Lens That Lets Diabetics Measure Their Glucose Levels

Google Unveils Smart Contact Lens That Lets Diabetics Measure Their Glucose Levels. This isn’t Google Glass in a contact lens, but it may just be Google’s first step in this direction. The company’s Google X lab just teased a smart contact lens on its blog that is meant to help diabetics measure their glucose levels. The company says […]

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Google makes your Gmail ID ‘public’

Google makes your Gmail ID ‘public’. According to Reuters. SAN FRANCISCO: A new feature in Google’sGmail will result in some users receiving messages from people with whom they have not shared their email addresses, raising concerns among some privacy advocates. The change, which Google has announced broadens the list of contacts available to Gmail users so it includes both the […]

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World’s First Curved Phone With Flexible Display to Hit Shelves Soon

World’s First Curved Phone With Flexible Display to Hit Shelves Soon. LAS VEGAS — LG G Flex, the first curved phone with a “flexible” display, is moving out of the lab and into U.S. markets in the first quarter of 2014. News of the large and rather unsual 4G smartphone broke late last year. Mashable even got some hands-on […]

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TRAI to give recommendations on new DTH licence guidelines in January

TRAI to give recommendations on new DTH licence guidelines in January. TRAI to give recommendations on new DTH licence guidelines in January. “We have received additional comments. We are going through that and formulating the recommendations. I can’t give a committed time-frame but it should be in this month,” TRAI’s principal advisor for broadcasting services, N Parameswaran said […]

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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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