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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Some specifications of HTC’s One X successor, expected to be unveiled in February next year, has leaked online.

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PSY’s “Gangnam Style” is currently the most viewed video (over 939 million times as of December 2012) on YouTube, surpassing Justin Bieber’s song “Baby.” For this, Google has created a Psy-Droid animation, which does the Gangnam Style.

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Uses of Gaming in the Contemporary World

Gaming is becoming an increasingly important social phenomenon. While it’s traditional usage has revolved around entertainment, the future promises to be different and exciting. Check out why

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Google has stopped its free service for Google Apps, For small businesses, it was certainly the first and default service for configuring email and other services. However, existing users still have an opportunity to use Google Apps for free for new domains. Follow the steps to continue using Google Apps for Business for free.

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You can no more create Google Apps accounts for free as Google has officially announced and stopped offering the service for free in an aim to ‘focus on the quality of the business user’s experience.’

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Nokia’s plans for maps include cross platform apps, high precision digital world representation, navigation and location features.

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Mugen Batteries have released a gigantic 6400mAh extended battery for the Galaxy Note 2, that is currently up for pre-order.

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The infamous hacker group Anonymous has done it again. In protest against Sec 66A of the IT Act, the hacker group — AnonOpsIndia (@opindia_revenge) — have defaced the personal website of Kapil Sibal (kapilsibalmp.com), India’s Minister of Human Resource Development and Minister of Communications and Information Technology.

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Notability

Notability is by far one of the best note taking apps I have seen.

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Gmail has allowed email attachments up to 25 MB until now, but with Google Drive, we can send files up to 10 GB in size through Gmail. This is 400 times of what was once allowed.

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If the Government wants user data so badly, there has to be proper accountability. This is exactly the kind of big-brother surveillance that people resent, and guess what! It has never been easier for the Governments, with all these online services curating more data than ever available earlier.

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The Google Nexus 4, and the Nexus 10, are off to an explosive start with both the devices being sold out within minutes of going on sale in the U.K and Europe.

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The Thinker

Today, Google pays homage to Auguste Rodin, a French sculptor who defied the conventional art of his time. He is best known for his contemplative sculpture called “The Thinker”.

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Spangenberg has over 247 companies, that do nothing other than owning certain patents and filing lawsuits, but this SSL patent has to be the golden goose. The patent has already faced re-examination once but has not been revoked.

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