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29Jan, 2014
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New domain suffixes including ‘.guru’ and ‘.bike’ available from today

US company Donuts Inc. will be releasing a flurry of new domain suffixes including “.financial”, “.guru” and “.bike”. Donuts, a US-based internet domain name registry founded in 2011, will regulate the new domains and allow various domain registry firms to sell them publicly. An additional spurt of web addresses will be released on 5 February, including “.camera”, “.equipment”, “.estate”, “.gallery”, “.graphics”, “.lighting”, and “.photography”. “Starting this […]

27Jan, 2014
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Microsoft changes ‘SkyDrive’ name to ‘OneDrive’

Microsoft just announced the awaited replacement name for SkyDrive, its cloud storage service. This is after a lawsuit from the British television broadcaster over the use of the word “Sky” which Microsoft lost thus agreeing in July 2013 to rename the SkyDrive service within a “reasonable period of time. Microsoft announced today that SkyDrive had been rebranded as OneDrive in a blog post. The new OneDrive website is […]

27Jan, 2014
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Sony Xperia Z1 Compact Review

Sony has decided that in the premium smartphone market, smaller can be more beautiful. Having peaked with the 6.44in Xperia Z Ultra phablet, Sony’s latest smartphone has a 4.3in screen – far smaller than the 5in of the Samsung Galaxy S4 or 4.7in HTC One – and is being pitched as a “premium compact” rather than a budget small Android phone. When the phone was […]

23Jan, 2014
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South Korea investing $1.5 billion for ‘5G’ network

As we still cling on to 3G networks here in Kenya with the exception of Yu Mobile that is still embracing 2G standards, South Korea on the other hand is now set to spend $1.5 billion to upgrade their existing 4G network to 5G standards. South Korea at present is among the top 5 countries in the world with the world’s fastest average internet connection […]

22Jan, 2014
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Apple Wins Against Samsung In Court

Judge Lucy Koh of the Northern District of California, presiding over two separate patent cases between Apple and Samsung, yesterday issued a summary ruling against Samsung. The ruling declared that Samsung was infringing on one of Apple’s patents involving autocomplete on a keyboard. Namely, Apple holds the rights to showing both the word that has been typed as well as the suggested autocompletion at the same time. […]

16Jan, 2014
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Google Chrome mobile Update to Decrease Data Usage by Up to 50%

Google will release an update to the mobile version of Chrome, which promises to decrease data usage while browsing by as much as 50%. Google announced the upcoming changes to its browser Wednesday in a blog post, saying, “Chrome’s data compression and bandwidth management can reduce data usage by up to 50% while browsing the web on Chrome for Android and iOS.” To reduce data usage, users […]

15Jan, 2014
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Box revamps iOS Apps and Offers 50GB free storage to users who download the new Apps

Box an online file sharing and cloud content management service for businesses and personal use has today released new iPhone and iPad applications, and, as part of the release, is offering 50GB of free cloud storage to users who download the new apps within the next month. Keep in mind that Box currently offers 10GB of free cloud storage for personal accounts while Dropbox only gives 2GB. […]