Google’s new tool planning to follow your in-store purchases to drive higher Ad revenue


“The data which will be collected by Google can have colossal privacy implications”

Experts caution against Nokia Lumia 2520 tablet’s claims


  Raj Talluri, a senior VP at Qualcomm made tall claims about Nokia Lumia 2520 tablet in an interview given to CNET. “It’s the only computer I have with me. It’s got a keyboard, it’s got Outlook, does Powerpoint…It’s pretty much got everything I need,” he said. However, CNET cautions against buying into this hypeContinue reading “Experts caution against Nokia Lumia 2520 tablet’s claims”

Government backed Internet Censorship crackdowns rising globally from UK to Vietnam


In Vietnam, a new law has been passed under which it’s illegal if citizens post news or “general information” online. Some of you may be thinking that what’s new in this law, this too shall be one of those government crackdowns on Internet that could hardly be enforceable. However, to your surprise this time insteadContinue reading “Government backed Internet Censorship crackdowns rising globally from UK to Vietnam”

Facebook all set to leave Twitter behind in social media advertising with latest introduction of embeddable posts


With an aim to make Facebook posts the part of more public conversations, the company on Wednesday introduced embeddable posts that will be used by blogs and news organizations to include status updates, videos and photos in stories done by them from now on. The posts can be embedded in the same way as embedsContinue reading “Facebook all set to leave Twitter behind in social media advertising with latest introduction of embeddable posts”

Google launches new Nexus 7 tablet line-up and Internet video’s streaming device Chromecast


Google is betting on consumers, believing they won’t mind paying bit more for a sleeker, more powerful version of its Nexus 7 tablet as the Internet company take its rivalry with Apple and Amazon.com further in technology’s ultimate battleground known to be the mobile computing market. The latest fancy devices were unveiled in San FranciscoContinue reading “Google launches new Nexus 7 tablet line-up and Internet video’s streaming device Chromecast”

Millions of people come out in Brazil to protest against government


            (In Pic: People protesting against the spending undertaken by government on building World Cup stadiums instead of allocating it efficiently to areas where it was required more like Health, Education, Housing etc.) Thousands of demonstrators have gathered together in a square in Brazil’s economic hub, Sao Paulo, on Tuesday.Continue reading “Millions of people come out in Brazil to protest against government”

Know “Man of Steel” Henry Cavill, and his journey in becoming the American superhero


Even though Henry Cavill’s bagged the role of Clark Kent which demanded physical features like a chiselled jaw, brunette hair, and wide, muscular shoulders as depicted in the original DC comics book but Cavill hasn’t always been this fit. In the movie “Man of Steel” he plays the superhero who resurrects the American dream, fightsContinue reading “Know “Man of Steel” Henry Cavill, and his journey in becoming the American superhero”

Man behind NSA spy program leaks revealed by The Guardian


The London based Guardian newspaper alleges that a 29-year-old American working as a contractor for the National Security Agency is acting as its source of leaks on the U.S. government’s surveillance programs. The newspaper said that it is revealing Edward Snowden’s identity only after he himself requested it. Snowden has reportedly said  “I have noContinue reading “Man behind NSA spy program leaks revealed by The Guardian”

US spy agency files for probe into NSA leaks, Justice department to give approval


A U.S. intelligence agency has filed its request to conduct a criminal probe into the leak of highly classified information about the extremely secret surveillance programs to be run by the National Security Agency. The said information came to be known after the intelligence chief’s spokesman told about it. The nation’s spy chief confirmed theContinue reading “US spy agency files for probe into NSA leaks, Justice department to give approval”

Obama defends NSA surveillance program, Urges people to draw balance between privacy and security


President Barack Obama has called out to Americans urging them to “make some choices” in drawing balance between privacy and security. Obama was on the defensive for the NSA secret surveillance programs which is known to sweep up an estimated 3 billion phone calls every day and collect Internet data from U.S. providers with anContinue reading “Obama defends NSA surveillance program, Urges people to draw balance between privacy and security”