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Pallab De is a blogger from India who has a soft spot for anything techie. He loves trying out new software and spends most of his day breaking and fixing his PC. Pallab loves participating in the social web; he has been active in technology forums since he was a teenager and is an active user of both twitter (@indyan) and facebook .

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We already have some idea about the phones in Sony’s 2013 Xperia lineup, now details have emerged about what they are going to be called.

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Making it to the top isn’t easy, but staying at top is even harder. And, Facebook is finding out the hard way.

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Lock Down Your Facebook and Google Accounts with Privacyfix

Privacyfix is a free Chrome and Firefox extension that automatically scans and identifies potential privacy issues in your Facebook and Google account settings and tells you how to fix them.

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Google Search is known to test new features on random unsuspecting user. At any point of time there are probably several different versions of its search page in operation. The latest feature that has been spotted in the wild is “Quick View” for mobile search result.

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Facebook Poke is a Snapchat clone that can be used for sending messages that self destruct seconds after the recipient has seen it.

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Google Music users no longer have to upload their music library before being able to access it through the cloud. The newly introduced song match feature will index their media library and unlock the respective tracks in the cloud.

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Facebook has banned F.B. Purity for infringing on its trademark and breaking the ToS by not using the official API.

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A new experimental build of Firefox showcases per-window private browsing support.

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Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4 and Samsung’s Exynos might be the current champions of performance in the mobile arena; however, if leaked slides are to be believed, their reign might not last long. Nvidia’s Tegra 4 will be six times as powerful as the Tegra 3 and feature as many as 72 GPU cores.

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A closer look at Sony’s Xperia Yuga, and first bits of info about Xperia HuaShan.

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A new portable Windows 8 application called Ex7ForW8 (Explorer 7 for Windows 8) allows you to enjoy all the performance and security benefits of Windows 8, while removing the Modern UI.

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Google rolled out an updated YouTube layout a couple of days back. While the reaction to the new design has been mixed, one aspect of the new YouTube has drawn almost universal ire. YouTube is now left-aligned, much like Google Plus.

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Swiftkey Flow – SwiftKey’s Prediction Engine Meets Gesture Typing

SwiftKey Flow Beta promises the best of both worlds by combining SwiftKey’s prediction engine with Swype’s gesture typing. But, does it deliver?

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Google is organizing a “Cyber Monday” style online shopping extravaganza for Indians, in association with several e-commerce giants including Flipkart, Myntra, Snapdeal, Pepperfry, and Jabong.

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Reports suggest that Samsung might be in the last phase of development of flexible OLEDS, with flexible phones set to be released next year.

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