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Google Keep now available on Chrome webstore

Keep, the recently launched note taking application from Google has made it to Chrome webstore, giving access to the application from Chromebooks and any other computers with Chrome browser installed. Google Keep opens in its own window to create and edit notes, cross out to-do lists, attach photos to tasks …

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BBC Sport application finally hits Google Play store

Finally, the BBC Sport application is ready for Android lovers. You can now download BBC sport application for free from Google Play store and follow live sport news, check stats, find schedule and results of your favorite games, all fed by BBC’s team of sports journalists. You can download the …

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Facebook Trusted Contacts is redesigned Trusted Friends

Trusted Friends was a feature introduced in 2011 as a means to recover your account when you are not able to log in  This month, Facebook did a complete redesign for Trusted Friends and evolved it into ‘Trusted Contacts’. If you forget your Facebook account password, all you need to do …

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Microsoft finishes Hotmail to Outlook.com migration

Atlast, after decades of being comparatively inferior e-mail service, Hotmail is now officially dead as Microsoft has successfully completed migrating all Hotmail users to Outlook.com. If you have never heard of Outlook.com, it is a relatively new email service that is regarded as one of the best available now and …

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