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Can this dude handle privacy for 400+ Million People? : Exclusive

Mark Zuckerberg: Yeah so if you ever need info about anyone at Harvard Mark Zuckerberg: Just ask. Mark Zuckerberg: I have over 4,000 emails, pictures, addresses, SNS [Redacted Friend’s Name]: What? How’d you manage that one? Mark Zuckerberg: People just submitted it. Mark Zuckerberg: I don’t know why. Mark Zuckerberg: They “trust me” Mark Zuckerberg: [&hellip

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Facebook join likes of Foursquare, Twitter- Location sharing Feature expected.

Next time when you log in to Facebook Mobile, you might get to share location. Yes, Facebook is following the lines of Twitter, that is to share location via the status updates (Remember Geotagging tweets?). The reports have been circulating for quite some time about the location features. These announcements were expected in the f8 [&hellip

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Sony isn’t the Enemy, Apple is : Nintendo

It’s not been an eon since Nintendo last claimed it’s enemy : Sony. Big N didn’t take time calling Sony a already defeated enemy after looking at sales figures which are well above it’s Microsoft and Sony Counterparts. Major sellers, Nintendo Wii took a 21% decline in sales, and financially a drop of about Y51 Billion while [&hellip

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Apple iPhone #1 Opera Mini Device in US

We’ve been continuously shocked ever since Opera Mini for iPhone was accepted by Apple in it’s very own exclusive closed App Store. Here’s some piece of news to do the magic again. Apple’s huge user base made it the Number 1 device on the hot list of Mobile phones running Opera Mini. Entering the iPhone [&hellip

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Surprisingly Opera Mini now on the App Store

We had rumors of Opera Mini landing up on the App Store and then confirmations too. The biggest question was, will Apple ever approve a app which would give direct competition to the default web browser that comes loaded with the device, Safari? The terms and conditions also favored the chances of the Opera app [&hellip

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Facebook has a 420 Character limit for status updates too

If you never tried pushing down a huge number of words down your facebook status then here is a restriction you must know if you ever thought of trying it. If you don’t know, Facebook has some restrictions for updating its Facebook status. You cannot type in more than 420 characters as an update. Thankfully [&hellip

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When Opera Comes to iPhone : Six times faster internet browsing

Guys, here’s the break. Opera Software ASA, the company which made the browser Opera recently revealed some news that they would be submitting their Browser App for iPhone for approval to the App Store in coming weeks. If the App ever gets approved then users would be able to experience internet six times faster than [&hellip

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Google is the Hungry Beast : Don’t be Evil, Google?

Google has seen immense growth, poking it’s nose in each and every sector, healthcare, biotech, cleantech, software, news delivery, books and nearly everything. Google is very hungry. It wants to capture everything that belongs to you, your entire digital life. From Email to health records online, from entertainment to books, Google wants to know everything [&hellip

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Twitter into URL shortening business too?

Bit.ly, Is.gd, Tr.im, Hop.im and a lot more. Goo.gl too. Now? It’s Finally Twitter! Twitter, the massive microblogging platform the popularized the whole concept of URL shortening starting with TinyUrl.com because people wanted to share URLs which were well above 140 Characters and so they needed something to shrink it and they also need some [&hellip

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One simple reason why Apple did not make iPad technologically fat [Myth Buster]

Everyone’s frowning over Apple’s decision to not add camera, multitasking etc.. to the iPad. But you know there’s one man somewhere smiling, in the dark and the reason is because everything is going just as he wished. It’s not a joke that humans more than the capabilities look over disabilities first but finally, whatever it [&hellip

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