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YouTube takes on Hollywood: Set to back feature films and original series, starring YouTubers

YouTube takes on Hollywood: Set to back feature films and original series, starring YouTubers

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YouTube has officially begun moving away from a site that hosts billions of clips to a Hollywood-like company that green lights feature films and original series, but of course, these productions will premiere on YouTube first and star some of the biggest... >>

Tesla 30 April event: New invite teases 'the missing piece'

Tesla 30 April event: New invite teases 'the missing piece'

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Tesla has been teasing its upcoming 30 April event for a few weeks now, but that isn't stopped the company from sending out new event invites to the media with a hint meant to whet our appetites. The mostly-white invite appears to show a silhouette of... >>

Microsoft makes Skype calls free to and from Nepal in response to earthquake

Microsoft makes Skype calls free to and from Nepal in response to earthquake

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On 25 April, a 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck Nepal in South Asia. The massive quake is now known to have injured more than 6,500 people, according to the National Emergency Operation Centre, while the confirmed death toll as of Monday hit 3,617. In... >>

Comcast killed its $45B proposed bid for Time Warner Cable due to US regulatory scrutiny

Comcast killed its $45B proposed bid for Time Warner Cable due to US regulatory scrutiny

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In a rather interesting turn of events, Comcast's proposed bid to takeover Time Warner Cable has fallen off a cliff. "Today, we move on. Of course, we would have liked to bring our great products to new cities, but we structured this deal so that if the... >>

Android found taking a leak on Apple logo in Google Maps

Android found taking a leak on Apple logo in Google Maps

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The usually cute Android character has been spotted on Google Maps micturating on the Apple logo. The urinating Android was spotted by a friend of Team Android who pointed out this picture appears both in the desktop Google Maps as well as on mobile.... >>

Dropbox is working on a beta note-taking service for collaborators, called Dropbox Notes

Dropbox is working on a beta note-taking service for collaborators, called Dropbox Notes

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Dropbox is fully taking on Google Docs, or at least that's what it looks like, as evident by the company's latest beta test. Dropbox has quietly launched a sign-up webpage for something called Dropbox Notes. The page indicates Dropbox is working on a... >>

Amazon lifts the curtain on Amazon Web Services, says it's a $5B biz now

Amazon lifts the curtain on Amazon Web Services, says it's a $5B biz now

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Amazon has finally revealed the size and growth of its cloud-computing division, called Amazon Web Services. While posting its first-quarter earnings, the Jeff Bezos-led company for the first time detailed AWS financials. It had revenue of $1.57 billion... >>

Google Q1 earnings show revenue and profit growth, but mobile is affecting revenue

Google Q1 earnings show revenue and profit growth, but mobile is affecting revenue

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Google has posted first-quarter earnings, and the results show it missed analysts' expectations and needs to charge more for serving ads on mobile sites, among many other things. The company announced revenue of $17.26 billion, against the year-ago figure... >>

Ikea thinks in 2025 we'll be cooking on tables that project recipes and more

Ikea thinks in 2025 we'll be cooking on tables that project recipes and more

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Ikea dreamed up a concept kitchen for this year's Milan design week, giving the world a look at how Ikea products - combined with realistic technology - could revolutionise how we cook up dinner in 2025. Ikea put the concept, called Ikea Temporary, on... >>

10 questions raised in the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer

10 questions raised in the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer

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Disney and Lucasfilm almost broke the internet when it unleashed the second trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens during an annual fan convention held yesterday in California. The two-minute long clip answered a few questions raised from the first... >>