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Firefox OS smartphones coming to India priced around 1500 Rs

Firefox OS smartphones coming to India priced around 1500 Rs

Mozilla and Spreadtrum announced plans to redefine the smartphone entry level at MWC 2014, the turnkey solution for Firefox OS smartphones in the ultra-low-cost category is now available, and sample devices utilizing Spreadtrum chipsets will be demonstrated at Mobile Asia Expo. Mozilla has partnered with Intex and Spice, two of India’s leading mobile device brands, … Continue reading Firefox OS smartphones coming to India priced around 1500 Rs

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Facebook spent $16 billion to acquire WhatsApp

Facebook spent $16 billion to acquire WhatsApp, spending $4 billion in cash and $12 billion in Facebook stock . It’s by far Facebook’s biggest acquisition, It is 16 times larger than what the Facebook paid for Instagram App. WhatsApp Blog said: Today we are announcing a partnership with Facebook that will allow us to continue … Continue reading Facebook spent $16 billion to acquire WhatsApp

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How to protect your Google account

How to protect your Google account? These are the steps you can take, to protect your Google account. And keep your Google account safe. Change your password. Add or update your recovery options. Add or update your notification settings. Set up 2-Step Verification. Review your connected apps and sites. Monitor recent account activity. Watch this … Continue reading How to protect your Google account

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Google speeds up Google Chrome by compiling JavaScript in the background

Google speeds up Google Chrome by compiling JavaScript in the background.Compiling in the background for a smoother user experience. Here is the Official blog post of announcement Chrome Blog In the latest Chrome Beta we’ve enabled concurrent compilation, which offloads a large part of the optimizing compilation phase to a background thread. The result is that JavaScript … Continue reading Google speeds up Google Chrome by compiling JavaScript in the background