The Most Googled Valentine’s Day Gifts

Valentine's Day Candy
February 8, 2017

All festivals, Valentine’s Day may be the most original. We are referring to the gift of the person to symbolize their feelings. Flowers and Chocolate? How to predict. Whether you choose to celebrate the festival logo is a matter of personal preference, but if you buy a gift, some personal meaning will really enhance your game. Unfortunately, if the hottest Valentine gift on Google, most couples are on the traditional…

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Rise of the robots: Staggering number of Brits reckon ‘droids will give better customer service than humans

September 30, 2016

Getty “How may I help you?” Robots are already toiling away in factories across the world – but how would you feel about coming face to face with one? According to the results of a new survey over a quarter of British consumers (27%) believe a robot would provide better customer service than a human. That means dealing with a robot waiter in a restaurant or chatting with an artificial…

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Ellie Goulding is the Internet’s Most Dangerous Celebrity This Year, Revealed by Intel Security

September 28, 2016

Ellie Goulding is the Internet’s most dangerous celebrity this year, revealed by Intel Security . Search queries for the singer are likely to put celeb-watching Brits at the most risk of dangerous malware or viruses, the company has revealed. Hackers frequently use celebrities as a way to entice web users to click on websites or links that hide malicious programs. These can usually steal passwords and other personal information stored…

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Yahoo Data Breach Includes 8 Million User Accounts in the UK, Which Compromised 500 Million Yahoo Accounts

September 24, 2016

Getty Images The Information Commissioner’s Office(ICO) said the Yahoo data breach includes eight million user accounts in the UK. ICO data regulator Steve Eckersley told the BBC that discussions with the internet firm revealed that “over eight million UK people had been affected” by the cyber attack, which compromised around 500 million Yahoo accounts globally. Mr Eckersley called the figures “quite concerning”. Earlier, Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham said “serious questions” must…

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Today is the Start of Autumn and the Beginning of Longer Nights and Shorter Days

September 22, 2016

  Are you excited for Autumn and Winter? Meteorologists use a special biannual event called the equinox to mark the change in seasons. It occurs when the sun passes directly over the Earth’s equator and creates a day and night that are the same length. The equinox happens on or around March 22 and on or around September 22 each year. In the southern hemisphere, the seasons are flipped and…

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Google Allo Can Download Today, It Can Predict What You Want to Say Next

September 21, 2016

Besides Google Duo, Google just released new messaging apps called Allo. First announced at Google’s I/O developer conference in May, Allo is a messaging app for Android and iOS that lets you “make plans, find information, and express yourself more easily in chat”. Like most messaging apps, it lets you write text and send photos, emojis and stickers. All chats are encrypted, and there’s even an “Incognito” mode that lets…

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Fight the Flow of Illegal Torrents, Google Chrome Browser Block Access to the Pirate Bay

September 19, 2016

The Pirate Bay is one of the most notorious torrent sites on the web. While it can be used to exchange perfectly legal content, it’s also a popular destination for those looking to obtain illegal copies of films and music. In an effort to fight the flow of illegal torrents, Google’s Chrome browser has started to block access to the Pirate Bay torrent pages. While search results and the site’s…

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NSPCC Clashed with the government’s Digital Economy Bill, Claim That When it comes to Regulating Online it Doesn’t Go Far

September 13, 2016

The NSPCC has clashed with the government’s Digital Economy Bill, claiming it doesn’t go far enough when it comes to regulating online pornography. The children’s charity says porn sites that don’t comply with age verification checks should be prevented from operating in the UK. “A generation of children are in danger of being stripped of their childhoods at a young age by stumbling across extreme and violent porn online,” said…

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Reviewing Apple iPhone 7 : Messages, Siri, Voicemail transcription, Apple Music, More!

September 12, 2016

Let’s get to know iPhone 7. Release date Apple normally releases the latest version of iOS a week after the September product launch, and a few days before the latest iPhone goes on sale. For example, in 2015 it unveiled the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus on September 9 and released iOS 9 a week later, on September 16. This year is no different, with Apple announcing that iOS 10…

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Fear the Walking Dead VS Walking Dead, The Former One Win

September 11, 2016

Do you know the deference between the Fear the Walking Dead and The Walking Dead? It’s impossible to not compare Fear the Walking Dead and The Walking Dead. Beyond taking place in the same universe, since Fear debuted last year the show has had to constantly justify its existence. Particularly since The Walking Dead is such a monstrous cultural force on its own, why did we need another series about a separate group…

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