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Google Glass now available to anyone, may be prepping for public launch
Google offered Glass to the public as part of a one day sale not long ago. Now it seems that anyone can order one again without an invite. There's been no announcement so far, no fan fair -- a few Redditors just happened to discover that you can head...
Facebook buys smartphone fitness-tracking app Moves
Facebook might already be tracking your browsing to serve you ads, but how would you feel if it was able to track your movement? That's exactly what could be on the cards after the company confirmed it's bought Moves, the always-on fitness-tracking app that automatically records your daily activities using only your smartphone. Moves says that it will join Facebook to "work on building and improving their products and services with a shared mi...
Nokia expects deal with Microsoft to close tomorrow
Finnish phonemaker, Nokia has said the sale of its handset business to Microsoft is expected to be finalised on April 25, as it had received all the required regulatory approvals, Reuters has reported. The closure of the â‚¬5.4bn deal, which was agreed in September, had been delayed due to pending approvals, but earlier this month […]
Whatsapp now has 500 million active users to offer its new social overlord
Some companies lose their following after an acquisition, but not Whatsapp -- apparently, its userbase just continued to grow after Facebook bought it for $19 billion. The FB-owned entity has revealed that it now has 500 million active users, up 50...
Google's new mobile ads help find apps that fit your daily habits
Ads for mobile apps are rarely personal; they're more often based on search keywords than your actual habits. Google is fixing this today with new ads in search and on YouTube that reflect your day-to-day app uses and purchases. If you regularly...