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Google Launches Stunning ‘100,000 Stars’ Chrome Experiment

Google Google Looking Looking for an activity that will help kill some time and remind you of how small we are relative to the rest of the universe? Google has you covered. The search giant today launched a new Chrome Experiment called “100,000 Stars,” which provides a stunning look at the stars that are relatively close to Earth – you know, just …

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Google cleans up search page, eyes mobile users

Google New Look Of Google Have you noticed a change in the look of Google‘s search results page? Well, you might not have. Google tweaked the look of its search results page a few days ago, giving it a cleaner, simpler look. However, it’s not a change that will jump out at you. Google wants to optimize its search pages for …

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Google confirms 4000 job cuts in Motorola Mobility

Google has confirmed that Motorola Mobility, now a wholly-owned subsidiary of the internet search giant , will cut about 4,000 jobs or 20 percent of its workforce. Two-thirds of the reduction is set to occur outside of the US, Google said on Monday in a regulatory filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission. According to the filing, Motorola Mobility …

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Welcome Back, VLC For iOS!

VLC has long been one of the most reliable video players for people all over the world. Whether you are a Mac lover or a PC loyalist, when it comes to VLC, there just seems to be a meeting point where users agree that it is one of the best pieces of software to use. It just works, and no …

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Facebook said to develop new app for tracking friends

Facebook said to develop Facebook is developing a standalone application to help users find their friends in real life, according to a new report, marking the company’s entry into a field that has plenty of competitors but has yet to yield a mainstream success. Bloomberg reports that the app, which so far does not have a name, is expected to …

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