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  • Google removes Pirate Bay-related apps from Play Store

    Google began taking down apps that are based on services offered by The Pirate Bay Friday in an effort to curb piracy. Google sent developers of The Pirate Bay Proxy, The Pirate Bay Mirror, PirateApp, and The Pirate Bay Premium emails notifying them that their apps have been removed from the Google Play Store citing […]

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  • Here’s Why You Absolutely Need To Uninstall Your Phone’s Flashlight App

    According to Cybersecurity expert Gary Miliefskynt “the top 10 flashlight apps are all malware; they’re malicious, they’re spying, they’re snooping and they’re stealing.” The most alarming fact is that “500,000,000 people are infected and they do not know it.” This information is a real eye-opener — please watch and SHARE to help your family and […]

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  • Google boss breaks Felix Baumgartner’s parachute record in secret 135,000 foot jump from the edge of space

    Alan Eustace, 57, was wearing a specially designed spacesuit  Was lifted by a balloon filled with 35,000 cubic feet of helium Took 15 minutes to descend after using explosives to separate himself from balloon Jump preparations and three year project kept secret until today Exit Altitude, Vertical Speed and Freefall Distance records broken One of Google’s most senior executive’s […]

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  • Iliad ends its bid to acquire T-Mobile US

    NEWS By John Callaham French telecom Iliad has decided to end its efforts to acquire T-Mobile, announcing today that parent company Deutsche Telekom and members of T-Mobile’s board “have refused to entertain its new Offer.” Illad had first announced plans to offer $15 billion in cash for 56.6 percent of T-Mobile in July, which was […]

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  • These Android phones can handle wireless charging Pretty ch

    These Android phones can handle wireless charging Pretty chargers for picky devices. By Ara Wagoner | Oct 11 2014 | 4:36 pm | 18 Comments Wireless charging has been around for a few years now, but sadly it hasn’t become as widely-adopted as we’d like. Our microUSB ports start to loosen and bend over time […]

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