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Facebook & Eutelsat: Both Team Up To beam Free Internet in Africa Next Year

Today an agreement in both of the companies (Facebook & Eutelsat) takes place which shows that both social media giant & the European Satellite Company (Eutelsat Comm.) are working jointly to beam free internet to sub-saharan Africa. Eutelsat Representative said: "Satellite networks are well suited to economically connecting people in low- to medium-density population areas,"

Amazon Says Sorry to Sell Apple TV & Google's Chromecast in Future

The announcement that the world's largest online retailer “Amazon” will no longer sell streaming media devices l that don't support its Prime Video streaming service comes on Thursday, and will start officially exercising Oct. 29 this year i.e. 2015, although the online retailer has already stopped selling many devices that look hurdle for its own products and services.

Experian Hacking: Hackers Stole 15M T-Mobile Customer's Data

T-mobile a UK based telecommunication company was recently notified by another company in business relation with it, that a hacking attempt has been experienced in the mid of September 2015. A detailed investigation is under process, and still it is known that the personal information of about 15 million T-Mobile customer's have been leaked which ever applied to T-mobile for

Now Watch Your Internet on your TV with Comcast - Watchable App

News - United States

A newly launched digital video service in the form of Watchable app by Comcast, shows that now Comcast wants its users and non-users to watch internet on their TV. The app is designed to work on Apple iOS devices and will be available on

Skype Status Issue Fixed Or Not? – Skype Heartbeat

News - United States

Skype was having an issue with its Skype application for its desktop and mobile, which was restricting users to change Skype status. Skype had said, “We're doing everything we can to fix this issue and hope to have another update for you soon. Thank you for your patience as we work to get this incident resolved.”

The 'vomit machine' Invented to deal the Norovirus

Scientists and researchers from the University of North Carolina have finally created a machine which could help researchers study the transmission of the norovirus from one body to another.

Star-Fish Killing Robot Closer for Trials

The Crown-of-thorns Starfish (COTS) are well known for the significant thread for the corals. These are multi-armed starfish whose spread over the stones and preys hard, stones, or coral polyps. While, the Great Barrier Reef, are largest coral system area in the sea.

Google has Revealed a New Logo

According to Google, the change in logo has been made because many of the people are using mobile phones instead of desktop PCs as well, and the previous logo is not fit enough to comprehend every size and type of screens. So, in short, according to Google, the new logo is very much suitable to different types and sizes of screens.

Facebook to Launch Tool to Tackle Video Piracy!

Facebook’s announcement to launch a tool that could measure to tackle video piracy on its website comes after the Company has to face great criticism on failing to stop video theft and piracy happening on

Facebook Touched Billion Users in a Day

The founder, the chairman and chief executive of Facebook, Mr Mark Elliot Zuckerberg, posted on his Facebook blog and account, that "This was the first time” Facebook “reached this milestone, and it's just the beginning of connecting the whole world."

Two Men Caught Trying to Smuggle drugs & porn in Maryland Jail

According to prison officials, two men were trying to send contraband material using drone, just outside the state prison in Cumberland on Saturday. Officials have also made sure that suspects were with a drone, handgun and contraband inside their vehicle.

"Sky Pool" bridge to build between London Towers

Eckersley O'Callaghan is a firm which is famous of working for Apple on the design of its stores around the world, now designing a world’s first poor in air linking the tops of two 10-storey towers in London.