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Mozilla has released Firefox 52, complete with some significant changes including removal plugins and added support for WebAssembly.
After 19 years, AOL has decided to shutdown DMOZ, a volunteer-edited web directory, and the service will shut down on March 14, 2017.
Facebook is finally testing out a dislike button, but not for posts. Rather, it is a feature in Facebook Messenger.
Earlier this week, Spotify has revealed on twitter that the company has reached a milestone of 50 million paid subscribers.
Google has recently announced on its G Suite blog that Gmail users can now receive emails with attachments up to 50MB in size.
Cloud services are now rapidly expanding and creating major changes in the way that companies do business. Here are some potential changes for cloud technology in 2017 and beyond.
Today, Mozilla has announced that it has acquired Pocket, which is billed as the world’s leading save-for-later service.
ISRO published the video of its record-breaking launch of 104 satellites into orbit from a single launch vehicle without a hitch.
Twitter has announced that you will no longer receive notifications of replies to conversations started by people you have blocked or muted.