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15May, 2015
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North America to run out of IPv4 internet addresses in a few months

Looks like North America (US and Canada) could be about to exhaust their IPV4 addresses that have been in long use on the internet. This is according to estimates, that they will run out of IPv4 addresses (the familiar 1.2.3.4 format) over the next few months. While some companies might stall this by letting go of IPv4 numbers they don’t use, many others will have […]

27Apr, 2015
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You can now send yourself a note or set an alarm from a Google desktop search to your phone

Google is making it easier to control certain aspects of your Android device right from the Google homepage by using the search bar to complete certain tasks. From last week Google enabled the option of searching for a misplaced Android device right from it’s homepage. You can also send Google maps directions from the Google homepage to your Android device and now Google has added […]

22Apr, 2015
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Google to start prioritizing websites that are mobile friendly in its search results

Unless you want to see your website buried in search results, Google yesterday introduced a new algorithm that changes how mobile results are prioritized. If Google finds your website to be mobile friendly, then it will prioritize it over similar websites that are not mobile friendly. The change will impact millions of websites, more than Google’s last major search ranking algorithm update, Google Panda. Panda, […]

20Apr, 2015
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You can now easily locate your lost Android device by doing a simple Google search

For Android users, Google has decided to move a feature that was usually located under the Android device management option on the Google Play website right on the search page. Now when you’re signed in to the same Google account on your phone and PC, all you have to do is type “find my phone” into Google and your top result will be a live […]

01Apr, 2015
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Notice to all KBO users, Google is set to completely do away with the service

Did you have a website under Google’s KBO service? Google sent emails notifying you about their intention to discontinue the service.Check your gmail address that you used to sign up with on this service. You will get it there As per their email, the Google Business Site builder (www.kbo.co.ke) ceased to be accessible from March 15, 2015 meaning that you can no longer have access to your website. Subsequently, your website […]

30Mar, 2015
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Save bandwidth while using Chrome with Google’s new Data Saver extension

Google has brought its data saving technology to the web through a new Chrome extension called Data Saver which is currently in beta. Google’s data saving technology has been around for a while but only on the mobile version of the Chrome browser but this time round, web users can also take advantage of it. The extension utilizes Google’s data compression proxy service to optimize pages […]

10Dec, 2014
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100 billion fps high speed camera tracks light bouncing off a mirror

For majority of people, high speed cameras are ones that can capture footage from 120 to 240 frames per second or even from 1000 to 250,000 frames per second. These camera’s do remarkable things and can slow down a bullet in motion giving one a chance to view how a bullet travels, or how glass shatters among other cool things. High speed cameras don’t come […]

09Dec, 2014
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AirDroid now lets you control your Android device from their desktop app

Popular Android app AirDroid which let’s users easily transfer files between their Android phone and PC as well as carry out a number of functions such as taking screenshots of the device, accessing the device’s camera, viewing and sending text messages as well as managing applications now has a desktop application. The new AirDroid desktop app now lets you control your device right from your […]

20Nov, 2014
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Have you tried out Adobe’s new open-source text editor for web designers?

Adobe released a free open-source text editor for HTML, CSS and JavaScript called Brackets to the public earlier this month. The open-source editor from Adobe is also made from the very same coding languages it enables one to edit, that is: HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Brackets is available for Windows, Mac and Linux and is aimed at web designers and developers with focused features like Live Preview […]

30Oct, 2014
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Have you tried out Google’s new fitness Android app?

Fitness is something just about all mainstream mobile manufacturers have been pushing for on their flagship devices. Not only do they incorporate an array of sensors on their mobile phones to keep track of fitness activities, you can now get the same from wearable devices – most notably smart watches. Be it walking, cycling, running or nutritional intake, today’s phones can help one keep track […]

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