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Groan alert? Facebook will soon 'force' you to download its messenger app

'In the next few days, we are continuing to notify more people that if they want to send and receive Facebook messages, they will need to download the Messenger app,' said an official statement from Facebook.

An app to surf Internet anonymously

Security solutions firm F-Secure has introduced a mobile application, Freedome app, for surfing the Internet anonymously.

Smartphone app tracks how gut bacteria affect health

A smartphone app used by two volunteers for one year to track their daily life has thrown interesting results about the composition of gut bacteria and its close relationship with health.

App that repels mosquitoes!

Tired of using mosquito repellents that appear ineffective nowadays? A new smartphone app can rescue you from that imminent bite.

Android grabs more tablet market share: survey

Global sales of tablet computers edged higher in the second quarter, in the slowest growth since 2009, research firm Strategy Analytics said Wednesday.

Microsoft unifying Windows for all devices

During Microsoft's quarterly earnings call, CEO Satya Nadella confirmed that the company is set to converge its different operating systems into a single version of Windows.

Now, find your way in Hindi on Google Maps

Indian users can now explore and navigate their way around through Google Maps in Hindi after the search engine giant announced the launch of its new service on Tuesday.

Google Maps now available in Hindi

Search giant Google on Tuesday launch edits Google Maps in Hindi seeking to make its navigation service more useful for users locally.

Yahoo builds mobile muscle with Flurry buy

Yahoo continued its quest for renewed relevance with the purchase of a startup specializing in analyzing and making money from mobile applications.

Apps that monitor your financial health

You have read about fitness apps offering better health monitoring and overall happiness. But have you ever tried downloading apps that keep your financial health in good shape?

Facebook introduces new app only for celebrities

Social networking site Facebook has launched a new app called 'Mentions' for Facebook-recognised or verified celebrities to help them manage their public figure pages.

New app promises privacy

Are you worried that your messages or pictures are not deleted completely after you send or receive them?

High-tech app to help Indian Haj pilgrims

Haj pilgrims from India will now be equipped with an innovative navigation system to trace their way to their respective accommodations while on their holy pilgrimmage to Mecca this year, media reported.

First Windows 9 picture leaks, revealing a Start menu

Posted on My Digital Life forums, a leaked picture of the latest version of the future Windows 9 shows a Start menu. Although unofficial, this screen capture could confirm Microsoft's intention to go back to this kind of menu after removing it in Windows 8.

New apps let workers rate each other -- with positive questions

Wondering how well things are going on the job and what your co-workers think? New apps remove the guessing game by allowing colleagues to anonymously rate each other.
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