Why Google Should Buy Twitter

How much is Twitter worth now is the biggest question in tech world. Guesses may differ with fact as the social giant is running on losses for years even though it is one of the leading platforms for news sources, entertainment stuff and social commenting. It is learned talks from the end of Twitter have been initiated about getting acquired...

Why Verizon May Walk Away From Yahoo Deal

The time is ripe for Yahoo to become the property of Verizon. The stage was set in July this year with all the behind the screen talks and discussions, but latest news may lead to uncurtain of the act to be played by the two giants forever. Yahoo reveals more than 500 million accounts of its users were compromised in...

Japanese Parliamentary Committee On The Edge To Legalize Casinos

Later this week Japan will witness a parliamentary committee meeting to attempt once again for legalizing of casinos in the country. The issue has been around for quite a while in Japan with both the strong political streams pulling the rope towards opposite direction. No consensus has yet been framed on the casino legalization. The proposal is now made by Prime...

North Korea’s .kp Domain Has Just 28 Websites: Research

The country code top-level domain for North Korea is ".kp" and very few know this as there is reason to it to support why I am mentioning it. However, before we further reveal about the domain name, it is important to know ".de" is for Germany and there are more than 16 million websites using it like www.companyname.de. North Korea has...

Using Mobile Phones While Driving To Fetch Greater Fines In UK

There will be a new law coming up in United Kingdom in 2017 and under it one cannot text while driving. Drivers caught using mobile phones at the wheel could be fined up to 1,000 pounds. RAC says the new rules could help in bringing down growing number of motorists breaking the traffic rule and data reveals about a third...

Samsung Finally Makes Available Note 7 Devices For Note 7 Replacement

The warning is ongoing still most of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 users seems not bothered about the risk of explosion. Samsung Electronics America President Tim Baxter said Thursday they have received only 130,000 of the flagship device from owners in the US amid recall and exchange announcement. The South Korean tech giant sold about 1 million phones in the country...

Facebook’s Live Streaming Hitting Desktop, Laptop

If you are at home and on your desktop or laptop, you won't be neglected by the Facebook's Live feature. Only smartphone is no more a mandatory to broadcast yourself. Soon the feature will be rolled out on non-mobile devices too. Facebook said the feature will soon be rolled out to browser too and users just need to select a...

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Recall Still Not Affective

It is very true not even explosions are stopping owners of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 by using the device. It has been almost two weeks when it was first recalled due to the risk of catching fire and data from Apteligent reveals all the sold units have yet not returned back. The mobile analytics company adds "usage rate of...

Uber Launches Driverless Cars In Pittsburgh

Finally Uber has planned for replacing some of its drivers with autonomous vehicles in Pittsburgh. The ride-hailing company identified the technology some two years ago as most in the car business did believing it would be the springboard for next stage of growth. Uber has just made available four self-driving vehicles as of now and two passengers will be seated in...

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Exploding Total Doubles In A Week

In one of the latest reports the number of exploding Galaxy Note 7 has doubled in a week standing at 70. Samsung was well aware of 35 earlier in the United States. Healthy Canadian website revealed the new figure adding there could be more devices in Canada waiting to explode. Samsung has officially recalled all the Galaxy Note 7 flagship smartphones...