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China Leads World in Internet Population ( with data of top 25 Countries Ranked with Internet users)

China is far and away the world’s largest internet market, in addition to being its largest country overall, according to new estimates of internet usage worldwide by eMarketer.

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Share a Tweet through Direct Messages

Every day, people use Twitter to share what’s interesting. And as you have expeted now there’s a new way to do that, by sharing Tweets privately using Direct Messages

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New Software Detek Will Tell You Who is Spying Your Computer

Amnesty International has released anti-spyware program that can detect spying software used by anyone to surveillance your computer.

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Worlds 10 Fastest Computers

China has one again captured the position of having world’s fastest computer.For the fourth consecutive time, Tianhe-2, a supercomputer developed by China’s National University of Defense Technology, has retained its position as the world’s No. 1 system China’s Tianhe-2 is on to, performing at 33.86 petaflop.The Tianhe-2 is at China’s National University of Defense Technology. It cost approximately $390 million to build and is comprised of thousands of Intel Intel Xeon E5-2692v2 12C 2.2GHz processors. It runs a version of Linux that was developed by the NUDT.

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Refer a Friend to Google Wallet and Get $5

Google wants to make their payment service a little more trustworthy. In a possible move to try and capture the money transfer market, Google is now promoting the Google Wallet in a refer-a-friend scheme. You and a friend can each get $5 when you introduce them to Google Wallet. Simply send money (even a penny works) to a friend of …

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Facebook Group App: An Innovative Way to Manage Your Groups

Facebook has launched new Facebook Groups app that helps people share faster and more easily with all the groups in their life. Facebook built this app with the people who use Groups the most in mind.

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Nokia Announces N1 Android Tablet

Nokia today announced the N1, the first Nokia-branded Android TM tablet. The N1 offers the innovative, predictive Nokia Z Launcher interface, and a carefully crafted industrial design by Nokia with a focus on simplicity. The N1 will be brought to market in Q1 2015 through a brand-licensing agreement with an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) partner responsible for manufacturing, distribution, and …

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Now Skype is to Available Directly in Web Browser

Microsoft has announced Skype for Web, but it's currently in beta stages so it's not available for every user at the moment. Skype for Web Beta is already available for selected new and existing users, and will roll out publicly in the coming months. The service will work in most major browsers, including Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari and Google Chrome.

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Hackers Created Drone that Can Steal All the Data From Your Phone

Just as guns don’t kill people (people kill people), drones aren’t all bad – but they can be used to do bad things. Like dropping bombs on innocent people. CNN Money reports, hackers can use them to swoop in and swipe sensitive person information entered into your smartphone from high in the sky.

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Facebook working on ‘Facebook at Work’

Social Network Facebook is secretly developing a new website for professional people. According to Financial Times reports Facebook is working on 'Facebook on Work' which would allow users keep their professional profile separate from personal one. New website will look like same as current Facebook. New website will compete with professional social network such as LinkedIn.

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US State Department computers Hacked, Email Shut Down

The US department state shut down the entire classified email as they are suspected to be hacked.

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Russia to Launch Own Electronic Encyclopedia to Counter ‘Wikipedia’

Yeltsin Presidential Library is launching its own encyclopedia to provide more reliable information than the U.S.based, as they say untrustworthy Wikipedia.

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Five-Year-Old Ayan Qureshi Becomes the youngest Microsoft Certified Professional in the World

Its a great deal for most of the people to pass the Microsoft Exam, many of us tried and may be failed but the Five year old Ayan Qureshi,Pakistani immigrant of United Kingdom, displays the miracle as he passed the Microsoft Certified Professional Training.

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US Using Fake Cellphones Tower to Collect Data

According to Wall Street Journal US, Marshall  service is gathering data from thousands  of American bu using fake communication towers on airplanes. The information is collected including both suspects and innocent American.  The Justice department under which the program  is carried out uses Cessna planes flying from at least five major airports and covering most of the US population, the …

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Time is Money

Many of us may not have habit of thinking about how hard it is to earn money before purchasing goods from the market. If you want to get rid of that habit then here’s comes the ‘Time is Money’ Google Chrome extension will tell you how many hours you need to work to afford that.

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Xiomi to Produce Cheapest Smartphone

  Xiomi, which is popular for making high specs Smartphones in low cost is going to hit the market by cheapest 4G Smartphones in just  around the CNY 499 (Approx. NRS 6524 ) The budget Smartphones which is yet to be named will have HD display and 1GB of RAM. he Chinese firm that is often called China’s Apple recently …

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Study Shows Nepal has Higer Internet Speed than India

According to a study of world famous internet speed rating company Ookla, Nepalese people are using better internet speed in comparison to Indian. Although the India has been developing the ultra-sophisticated technology to distribute internet in the country, its still lagging behind in bandwidth not only with Nepal but also with least developed countrys of the like Bhutan, Nigeria,Cambodia, laos, Zimbabwe.

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Good bye Nokia, Microsoft launched first Non Nokia Smartphone, Lumia 535

Microsoft lunched first-ever non-Nokia Lumia smartphone, called the Lumia 535. The phone looks much like previous Lumia incarnations with an obvious branding difference. Gone are the Nokia logos, replaced instead by Microsoft’s name on the front — above the screen and written horizontally on the colorful back of the device.

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