Google To Withdraw Support For Chrome Apps On Windows, Mac Linux

Google is now distancing itself from Windows, Mac and Linux. It has lately announced to withdrawing support for Chrome apps on all other platforms except for Chrome OS. The search giant said withdrawing of support will start later this year and thereafter the new Chrome apps will only be made available to the Chrome OS users. The Windows, Mac, and...

Apple Store Rechristened Simply As Apple Followed By Locations Name

Apple Store will henceforth will be called just Apple store, which means the outlet is rechristened as Apple, simplifying its retail branding. It is said the retail outlet will be simply called as "Apple" followed by the location of specific store like Apple World Trade Center . Apple would say the change is not for the sake of change, but to...

Grab Best Buy’s Anniversary Sale On Aug 22, 23

Best Buy has completed fifty years successfully and to celebrate the D-Day on August 22 it has announced to come up with major discounts on 50 products for 50 hours. The offer is valid for online customers as well as for In-store visitors. All are invited to save some good bucks on several products across many categories such as smartphones,...

Comcast To Offer Gigabit Internet In Chicago For Monthly Price Of $140

It is an era of fastest internet. It is an era of gigabit internet and Comcast is no way behind. It announced to be offering such internet service in the Chicago metropolitan soon, but only as a part of multi-city trial period. As of now Comcast is already testing the same gigabit internet service in Atlanta and Nashville and delivering...

Fish Urine Benefits In The Growth Of Coral Reefs: Study

The urine of fishes is like paying back to the ecosystem for the shelter and protection offered in coral reefs provide many species of fish shelter and protection, says a new study. Details of the study are published in the Nature Communications journal. It writes at locations where commercial fishing occurs the water gets lack of fish urine and this...

China Launches World’s First Quantum-Enabled Satellite Micius

For the first time quantum-enabled satellite has been launched in the world and China has done it today blasting off from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Centre. Named as Micius, the satellite is said to be creating entangled photos to beam one half of each pair to Austria and China base stations. Micius was the name of ancient Chinese scientist and philosopher. One...

July’s Earth Temperature Highest In 136 Years: NASA

Last month’s temperature reached to record-breaking highest point in 136 years, reveals NASA data. Director of NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies, Gavin Schmidt, tweeted today, “July 2016 was absolutely the hottest month since the instrumental records began.” The Goddard Institute for Space Studies is responsible for the measurement of temperature. The NASA data reveals the July 2016 was warmer by 0.1...

Facebook To Change Advertising Algorithms To Pass Ad-Blockers

Even if ad-blocking software is used, Facebook will still force the ads to appear by changing the way those are loaded into its desktop website. The social giant said on Tuesday it will make the ad units more difficult for any ad-blocking software to detect. Facebook’s ads and business platform vice president Andrew Bosworth said, “Facebook is ad-supported. Ads are a...

Google Executive Eisnor To Fund Startups

Chicago rapper Lupe Fiasco and Google executive Di-Ann Eisnor have jointly founded a new organization dubbed as Neighborhood Start Fund to fund entrepreneurs in Chicago neighbourhoods to find ideas capable of generating revenue of $100 million, encourage diversity among entrepreneurs and also to spur neighborhood development. Eisnor said, "From an innovation standpoint, we're missing out on great ideas and opportunities...

Lengthy Hiring Process Risk Employers Losing Good Employees

The job market is hot currently in America and in a new survey it is found workers are not in mood to stick around for long. Staffing firm Robert Half reveals based on the survey that 25 percent employees loses interest in an opening if fail to hear back within a week after the interview from a prospective employer. The report...