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Google launches Project Loon, brings Internet through balloons

Google launches Project Loon Google is launching Internet-beaming balloons into near space as part of an ambitious project to provide faster Internet to the world. Project Loon, which was so far kept under a tight lid, was announced in New Zealand earlier today and 50 volunteer households have already got connected. The homes are enjoying 3G-like speeds thanks to the …

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Twitter closes accounts over child pornography allegations

Twitter has closed down a string of accounts after it was revealed to contain disturbing images of child abuse. Hacker groups claimed to have broken into the accounts to reveal graphic and deeply disturbing images of child pornography being displayed through the accounts that have now been suspended, according to the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. …

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Google may implement Internet-beaming balloons in India

  Internet search giant Google may implement its prestigious ‘Project Loon’, which is a balloon-mounted Internet access service, in various countries including India. “We are doing a pilot project in New Zealand and going to see how it works. Once we get satisfactory results, we will be in a position to implement it in other countries as well,” Google’s Managing …

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Skype available for Symbian FP1 and FP2 devices

Skype has officially rolled out its app for the Symbian FP1 and FP2 devices making the VoIP service now available through the Nokia Store. This video calling application had been available for a while for Symbian devices, however, it was previously not available for users owning FP1 or FP2 handsets such as the Nokia 808 PureView as the app had …

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13 New Games Get the Greenlight

Unveiled in July, Steam Greenlight is a fairly straightforward process that allows people to vote on which games end up on the service and which are kicked to the curb. Valve still has the final say, as demonstrated by the removal of the “erotic light strategy game” Seduce Me, but it gives developers a chance to connect with gamers directly …

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