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Microsoft starts rolling out Office 365 Planner preview

Microsoft has started rolling out a preview of its Planner technology to those participating in the Office 365 First Release program, officials announced on December 14. Planner, which was codenamed “Highlander,” is a lightwieght project-management tool and will become one ...

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360 Total Security Anti-virus

Over the years, I’ve used just about every anti-virus product made from ClamAV to McAfee to F-Prot to AVG to Avast to countless other free and commercial anti-virus programs that all promise to protect me from myself and from the ...

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Google Smart Lock

This weekend I wiped and set up an Android phone, finding a nice little surprise: I didn’t have to sign in to Netflix after installing it. That was welcome but a head-scratcher because I didn’t know why it happened. Then ...

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We could sending condom emojis soon

The aubergine emoji might have been cock-blocked by Instagram for its phallic resemblance, but we could be about to get a far more peen-shaped pictogram – a condom. Created last month as part of a campaign to raise awareness for World AIDS Day, the condom ...

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WordPress.com Goes Open Source

WordPress.com, the fully hosted version of WordPress, has a received one of its biggest updates ever today. Codenamed Calypso, Automattic rewrote WordPress.com from scratch — everything is new under the hood. Here are the big changes. First, WordPress.com is now ...

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Google Launches Mortgage Shopping Tool In California

] Google is now a licensed mortgage broker in California. The company today launched amortgage comparison tool for home shoppers in California, with support for more states coming soon. Today’s announcement doesn’t come as a major surprise, given that the company already ...

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Facebook touts the strength of its developer tools

Facebook is tooting the horns of its various developer tools by sharing how DoubleU Games, a South Korean developer, used them to learn more about Facebook users who play in the virtual casino of its flagship DoubleU Casino. A case study ...

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Samaritan corrects a Netflix HQ sign

A real-life logo isn’t complete unless it references a widely used code phrase born on the internet. Of course, some civic-mined individual went ahead and amended a Netflix sign in Los Gatos, California with the appropriate graffiti to turn the ...

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