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Microsoft now lets you Skype from your web browser: Here's how it works

Microsoft now lets you Skype from your web browser: Here's how it works

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Skype has been available as a mobile app and desktop app for a while, but now, for the first time, you can access the service's web-based client in order to instant message and video call your friends. The web app is now available as an open beta, Microsoft... >>

Microsoft WiFi wants to keep you connected, even if you're on iPhone or Android

Microsoft WiFi wants to keep you connected, even if you're on iPhone or Android

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Microsoft has officially confirmed that it is working on a service called Microsoft WiFi which aims to offer international WiFi access. Initially Microsoft WiFi was leaked after VentureBeat found a website with the same name. Since then Microsoft has... >>

36 amazing and cringeworthy selfies

36 amazing and cringeworthy selfies

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The selfie phenomenon is unrelenting. Now we even have to put up with selfie sticks for goodness' sakes. That said, we'd be lying if we didn't dot our own social media accounts with a surreptitiously taken smartphone snap taken at arm's length, quite... >>

Why are we seeing ads on Netflix? Should we be worried?

Why are we seeing ads on Netflix? Should we be worried?

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Adverts on Netflix are starting to appear for more and more users. Initially trailers were run at the end of shows, now they're appearing before them also. Obviously people paying for the Netflix service have taken to the interwebs to explode with outrage.... >>

Google overhauls 'My Account' dashboard: What's new and how does it work now?

Google overhauls 'My Account' dashboard: What's new and how does it work now?

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Did you know Google offers a dedicated dashboard to every person who wants to adjust their Google Account settings? It's true. Well, the company has just taken that useful hub and completely overhauled it (or simplified it, really). Go look at your My... >>

How to help your kids watch YouTube safely

How to help your kids watch YouTube safely

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When children ask to go on the internet they usually mean "go and watch YouTube videos". And while this opens an Aladdin's cave of characters, ideas, stories and adventures to young minds, for parents it can also ring alarm bells. Unlike the safe-zones... >>

Google I/O 2015 announcement round-up: Android M, Android Pay, Google Photos, more

Google I/O 2015 announcement round-up: Android M, Android Pay, Google Photos, more

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Google has just finished kicking off its annual Google I/O developer conference, with a main keynote that provided us with a closer look at what the company has been up to in recent months as well as what it has planned. It announced everything from HBO... >>

Watch the Google I/O 2015 keynote livestream right here

Watch the Google I/O 2015 keynote livestream right here

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Google I/O is about to kick-off again with big announcements expected from the Moscone Centre West in San Francisco. The main keynote speech, which should include the most exciting announcements, will begin at 5:30pm BST today. As this is a developer... >>

Google I/O 2015: What to expect from the keynote and more

Google I/O 2015: What to expect from the keynote and more

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It's that time of year again. The Google I/O 2015 annual developer conference is scheduled to kick off in San Francisco today. Tickets already went on sale in March and were priced around $900 for general admission or $300 for academic admission. If you... >>

Amazon agrees to pay UK taxes, but will shoppers be getting the bill?

Amazon agrees to pay UK taxes, but will shoppers be getting the bill?

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Amazon has announced that it will begin paying European taxes at last. But will that mean the company simply hikes its prices to cover the cost, leaving us out of pocket anyway? Until now Amazon has been paying its European tax in one country, Luxembourg,... >>