New York City is setting up its first public Wi-Fi hubs starting from today. Android users will now be able to check their email, make a call, or use Google Maps to look for direction, just as easy where once public payphones were still around.
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Instagram has reached a popular success, where thousands or millions of users are engaging in social networks. In this case it also attracts high profile users and along with hackers who tries to infiltrate as much accounts as they can, chances are anybody could be the next target.
Microsoft already gave a preview presentation back in May 2015 of its new Outlook.com and now has rolled out even further where users in the US can sign up to the service to get immediate access of the new interface.
It was announced today by executive chairman Eric Schmidt of Alphabet that Google Ideas web and policy think tank based in New York, is making its transformation into a technology incubator which is now called Jigsaw.
Microsoft announced today the release of its new Lumia 650 phone in the x50 series that runs Windows 10. An affordable device than the Lumia 950 and 950 XL at a price of $199. Making this latest Lumia to push through to what used to be Nokia’s business-oriented smartphone.
Mattel made a comeback by revealing Thingmaker, a product making its way into 3D printing. Thingmaker also known as Creepy Crawlers, will allow users to use it as a printer and design their own toys at home.
Last week, Pfau Cochran Vertetis Amala a law firm based in Seattle went through to bring a class action lawsuit against Apple over the controversy of "Error 53" went according to plan as it made headlines.