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Facebook Chooses Ireland To Extend Its Data Centers To Leverage From Growing Traffic
By ReviewSoft.com 29 Jan 2016 (1,106 Reads)
The site is completely powered by wind-based energy resource availability in Ireland. The racks, servers, and other components are built from the Open Compute project that aims to figure out the best energy efficient and cost effective solutions.
From Microsoft Garage, The Mimicker Alarm Android App Showcases Project Oxford.
By ReviewSoft.com 28 Jan 2016 (1,056 Reads)
Microsoft showcases its Project Oxford that leverage machine learning to simply track the user's habits and wakes them up when they are supposed to and keep them up by an awesome playful strategy.
Tor Integrates Facebook To Allow 1.5 Billion Users Access Facebook More Securely.
By ReviewSoft.com 28 Jan 2016 (1,042 Reads)
As policymakers and technology beholders debate over curbing digital privacy to regulate cyber criminals, Tor Project partners with Facebook to allow their users more privacy and control while browsing Facebook over vulnerable networks.
How Virtual Reality Is Changing The Norms At Sundance Film Festival? Curious?
By ReviewSoft.com 27 Jan 2016 (1,158 Reads)
The Sundance Film Festival has embraced the virtual reality technology and has designed no less than 30 immersive experiences for the audiences in 2016. It will be a worth listing event for many.
Internal Code Glitches in Software Update Stoops Twitter, Shares by Almost 7%.
By 22 Jan 2016 (944 Reads)
Users across the globe from Scandinavia to South Africa, India to Europe suffered performance glitches and outages, according to the technical stats on Twitter. It further resulted in a fall of Twitter shares by 7% in NYSE.
WhatsApp Has Become Free Forever & AdFree Too After Reaching 990 Million Users.
By ReviewSoft.com 21 Jan 2016 (3,495 Reads)
This news came from New Delhi after the Facebook held company noticed slower growth after the inception of 0.99 cents subscription fee post the first year of free usage, especially in the developing countries.
Facebook Introduces 2G Tuesdays In An Effort To Understand Millions Of Emerging Users.
By ReviewSoft.com 09 Nov 2015 (967 Reads)
It was recently announced that Facebook will make its employees run their apps like Messenger & Facebook on a simulated 2G network for an hour on Tuesdays in order to give them a feel of what millions of people experience in emerging markets.
Facebook at Work Debut With 100,000 Royal Bank Of Scotland Workers.
By ReviewSoft.com 27 Oct 2015 (755 Reads)
Facebook at Work was released earlier this year tailored to the ethics and norms of business users and office colleagues in an in-house social network.
Best In Class, Amazon's New Fire $50 Tablet Packs A Lot Of Punch.
By ReviewSoft.com 24 Oct 2015 (733 Reads)
The best thing to remember about this tablet is that it is just $50 and it does quite a lot compared to any other tablet within this segment and, in some cases, even above.
YouTube Does It Again. Enjoy Advertisement Free Videos From 2016, Assumingly.
By ReviewSoft.com 21 Oct 2015 (866 Reads)
Re/Code reports Google is rolling out its 2013 scheme of advertisement free videos on YouTube at some monthly subscription tomorrow. 2013 was a pilot study, which is expected to become mainstream soon if we go with the scattered news.
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