If you don't speak English you don't have to be deprived of the fine text-to-speech feature of Chrome. ChromeVox is the native client technology which is being used by the text-to-speech extension.
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According to an official OpenStack User Survey Ubuntu is the most used Operating System for production deployment of OpenStack.
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"Portal: Uncooperative Cake Acquisition Game" is the non-final title for Valve and Cryptozoic's board game, a strategy game in which two to four players guide expendable Aperture Laboratories test subjects around a tiled board in an effort to "test in the most desirable test chambers."
F-Secure published the 2nd of its 2013 bi-annual threat report, which now has a special portion reserved for mobile devices. Smartphones, Tablets, pocket devices, and more represent an astounding amount of today’s internet connected devices, making them a high profile target for would-be-digital-assailants. Trojan based attacks accounted for 75 percent of mobile attacks. The Finnish […]
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Google maps has made available indoor floor plans in India for the first time.
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The bug is said to be caused by applications running in the background interminably attempting to access the camera app.
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Intel expands its portfolio of wearable devices and sensors with the acquisition of San Francisco-based smartwatch maker Basis Science.
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Red Hat found the exploit in a security audit and worked extremely quickly to inform and update the linux community.
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