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How to turn your phone into a chatty smartphone

The app makes use of the “trending” data that Facebook provides to advertisers and is able to find people using the app, and then can recommend them to other users, according to RTE.The app will automatically connect users to people in your network who also use the app.The app can also “tune” itself to specific

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Palestinian Authority: ‘We don’t want to live like the Israelis’

Palestinians have accused the Palestinian Authority of trying to force Palestinians to “live like the Jews” by allowing Israel to use the West Bank and East Jerusalem as its military bases.The comments came on the same day that Israel launched a massive aerial assault against the Gaza Strip, which has been under siege since the

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“Web Apps: Web Components and the Future of Your App”

Web apps are coming to Windows 10, Microsoft has announced.The company will soon support them on Windows 10 PCs and tablets, Microsoft says.The new features, which are described in detail in the New York Times, will make it easier to build web apps and improve their performance.The latest version of Microsoft’s developer toolkit (DxDi) also

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How to find your next job: Google answers questions about hiring and firing

Google has opened a new search engine, Search, for employees in China, giving the country’s tech companies more clout in an increasingly globalized economy.The announcement Tuesday by Google comes a day after China’s top economic regulator said it was cracking down on corruption and corruption-related problems in the country.It is the latest move by the

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When your website goes down: How you can help prevent it

By Steve Marlow The story of how a WordPress website crashed last week has become a rallying cry for many, and there are people on the internet who are ready to help.But what if you don’t want to take on the responsibility of hosting and maintaining your website?Here are some simple things you can do

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Square enix: The company is not selling its iOS games to the iPhone platform

Enix has become the first Japanese company to admit that it’s not selling games on iOS.The announcement comes as the company continues to lose market share in the smartphone game market.Enix recently lost the battle to compete with Microsoft’s Xbox Live Arcade.Apple and other major publishers have been aggressively targeting console players with their games.Enix