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Google Reveals Data About Right to Be Forgotten Requests

Google Reveals Data About Right to Be Forgotten Requests | Technology News | Scoop.it
Google Inc., the internet giant reported that most of the requests received by Europeans for exercising their recently awarded Right to be forgotten were rejected. A court ruling had dictated that Google delete links from European search engine results and the company had initiated this process from May 2014. According to the data provided by the search engine giant, the total requests for removal that it had received were somewhere near 145,000 and about 500,000 URLs or uniform resource locators had been evaluated. Thus, on an average, it means that the number of daily requests received is about 1000.
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Google Inc., the internet giant reported that most of the requests received by Europeans for exercising their recently awarded Right to be forgotten were rejected. A court ruling had dictated that Google delete links from European search engine results and the company had initiated this process from May 2014.

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Apple Fixes Security Flaw Amidst NSA Rumors

Apple Fixes Security Flaw Amidst NSA Rumors | Technology News | Scoop.it
A fix has been issued by Apple Inc. to a flaw in the OS X operating system of the company, which had previously left users exposed to security breaches while th
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Apple Bitcoin Spat Takes Toll on iPhone Fans

Apple Bitcoin Spat Takes Toll on iPhone Fans | Technology News | Scoop.it
Barry Silver ended his love affair with iPhone when Apple made the decision of removing an app used for transmitting apple Bitcoins from App Store.
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Google’s Working On Smart Contact Lenses

Google’s Working On Smart Contact Lenses | Technology News | Scoop.it
It seems that Google has kicked this up to a whole new level altogether. A project has been announced by the company for making smart contact lenses.
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Apple Renews Request for Ban on Samsung Products

Apple Renews Request for Ban on Samsung Products | Technology News | Scoop.it
Apple Inc. is attempting to renew its sales ban on Samsung products in the US and these products are the ones that are no longer available in the market.
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Bypassing Blocked Content with a VPN

Bypassing Blocked Content with a VPN | Technology News | Scoop.it
Loopholes have been discovered and ways have been introduced that enable people in bypassing blocked content.
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Use your Mobile Device with the Xbox One and PS4

Use your Mobile Device with the Xbox One and PS4 | Technology News | Scoop.it
These applications allow gamers to access various features of their consoles Xbox One and PS4 from their mobile devices and tablets.
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Facebook Privacy Policy Finally Amended

Facebook Privacy Policy Finally Amended | Technology News | Scoop.it
The updates to Facebook privacy policy had been proposed in August by social network and the whole purpose was to provide simpler guidelines to its users.
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Apple is Hoping For an iPad Christmas

Apple is Hoping For an iPad Christmas | Technology News | Scoop.it

The iPad Air is 28% lighter, it is 20% thinner, but it is just as expensive. However, as per reviewers who were able to get their hands early on this new version of the iPad, the fifth-generation of the device that will be going on sale, it is the best full-sized tablet that can be found in the market, but only if you are willing to cough up the many dollars for it.

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BBM for Android and iOS Racking Up Downloads

BBM for Android and iOS Racking Up Downloads | Technology News | Scoop.it
It had been originally planned by the company to launch BBM for Android and iOS on Sep 21st, but release had been put off when a fake version was leaked.
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What to Expect from Apple’s October 22nd Event

What to Expect from Apple’s October 22nd Event | Technology News | Scoop.it

After its iPhone launch, the next big event of Apple Inc. is getting closer. The next generation of the iPad Mini, iPad and the next Mac OS called the Mavericks and Mac Pro will be launched at the event being held on 22nd of October 2013. It is also expected that the American multinational corporation will be showcasing a new range of its music player called the iPod.

 

 

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HTC One Max Features Fingerprint Scanner and Bigger Screen

HTC One Max Features Fingerprint Scanner and Bigger Screen | Technology News | Scoop.it

On Monday, the Taiwanese manufacturer introduced the HTC One Max, which is part of its new series and is basically a larger than life version of its flagship HTC One smartphone. HTC’s range of small, medium and large Android smartphones is completed with the HTC One Max phablet.

 

 

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Facebook Makes it Impossible To Hide In Search

Facebook Makes it Impossible To Hide In Search | Technology News | Scoop.it

Being one of the biggest social networks of the world that has around 1.15 billion users, it is not surprising to find Facebook involved in one privacy scandal after another. There are a lot of controversies regarding the security and privacy policies that Facebook has set for its users that are spread all over the globe.

 

 

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Six Vital Changes for the Xbox One

Six Vital Changes for the Xbox One | Technology News | Scoop.it
Ever since Microsoft released Xbox One in the market in November 2013, the company has been working constantly to make a number of improvements and changes in the console.
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Microsoft’s New CEO Sparks Hope

Microsoft’s New CEO Sparks Hope | Technology News | Scoop.it
Business meetings between the employees and the outside partners had been interrupted by impromptu town hall webcast of Satya Nadella, Microsoft’s new CEO.
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Ad Technology Linking Restaurants to Taxi Rides Patented By Google

Ad Technology Linking Restaurants to Taxi Rides Patented By Google | Technology News | Scoop.it
It has come to light that Google has patented a way that would link online ad technology to free discounted taxi rides to the shop, restaurant or whatever entertainment venue it is.
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How to Restore the New Android Phone to Your Previous Android Phone

How to Restore the New Android Phone to Your Previous Android Phone | Technology News | Scoop.it
You can restore the new Android Phone to your previous Android phone in any of the ways discussed above. The main thing is to do it in a simple way.
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Apple Wins a Patent War Between Apple and Samsung

Apple Wins a Patent War Between Apple and Samsung | Technology News | Scoop.it
It was in March 2012 that this trial between Apple and Samsung started when Samsung sued the Cupertino-California based firm, accusing the phone maker of using three of its patents illegally, which were related to short message services in tablet...
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Outsourcing Software Development for Best Results

When it became prohibitive, businesses chose to outsourcing software development for the primary purpose of saving money.
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Replacement of HTC One Smartphone Revealed by Judge

Replacement of HTC One Smartphone Revealed by Judge | Technology News | Scoop.it
It appears that a high court judge revealed HTC’s plans regarding release of its next flagship smartphone that will be a replacement of HTC One smartphone.
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Samsung Ready to Lift Veil For Investors

Samsung Ready to Lift Veil For Investors | Technology News | Scoop.it

Secrecy has done wonders for Samsung Electronics. The South Korean technology giant has managed to develop a formidable lead in the smartphone market where it now sells around one handset in the three that are sold worldwide and it has accomplished this by keeping its rivals guessing.

 

 

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Google Nearing Smartwatch Launch

Google Nearing Smartwatch Launch | Technology News | Scoop.it
After the smartwatch launch, it will be integrated with Google Now and will be operating on the company’s Android operating software.
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Google Introduces Modifications to Its AdWords Ad Rank Calculating System

Google Introduces Modifications to Its AdWords Ad Rank Calculating System | Technology News | Scoop.it
Given that SEO plays a crucial role in the online advertisement space today, Google recently introduced changes to its AdWords Ad Rank Calculating System.
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Is Lenovo Planning To Destroy BlackBerry

Is Lenovo Planning To Destroy BlackBerry | Technology News | Scoop.it

It was recently announced that the Chinese consumer technology firm called Lenovo Group has signed a non-disclosure agreement with Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry in preparation for making a bid to purchase the struggling business. Lenovo is perfectly aware that it will not have the option of taking over the Canadian firm.

 

 

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Google Planning To Sell Users’ Endorsements

Google Planning To Sell Users’ Endorsements | Technology News | Scoop.it

Google Inc., the internet search giant has managed to make a fortune just by selling advertisements through its search engine. Now the company is trying to use its hundreds of millions of users as company spruikers. This is because the company will use the recommendations, pictures and profiles of people on the internet for endorsing the variety of products and services that are available.

 

 

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