Monthly Archives: November 2013

Google Plus Introduce Custom URL Feature

If you visit a page on Facebook or Twitter the URL will contain that person’s name, however if you look up a person on Google+ instead of their name you will be greeted with a group of letters and numbers … Continue reading

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Microsoft’s fight for Survival in the Mobile Space

One of the most enticing “what-ifs” of recent years has come true: Microsoft has purchased Nokia’s devices and services unit, bringing the Lumia lineup under the Redmond roof. The move unites Windows Phone 8 with its biggest hardware supporter, giving … Continue reading

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The World of Open Source

Open-source software (OSS) is computer software with its source code made available and licensed with a license in which the copyright holder provides the rights to study, change and distribute the software to anyone and for any purpose. Open-source software … Continue reading

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Google’s Hummingbird

  What is Hummingbird? Let’s start with information shared by Google on their blog. They started discussing improvements to their knowledge graph, making it easier and fast for the people to access answers to their queries. According to Google, this … Continue reading

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Social Media Spam Increased by 355% in 2013

    The spammers are moving to social networks, where they have better chances of going undetected. That’s why, on a typical social media account, spam has risen 355% in the first half, according to a new study. The “State … Continue reading

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