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Withings launches latest-generation Pulse fitness tracker --- Pulse O2

Withings launches latest-generation Pulse fitness tracker --- Pulse O2

Amid intensifying competition in the wearable devices arena, Withings has recently enhanced its Pulse line-up of wearables by launching a new version of its Pulse activity tracker --- the Pulse O2. In an apparent effort to make its latest-generation Pulse fitness tracker stand out amid competing wearable devices, Withings has added a blood oxygen monitor to the new Pulse O2 device.

Google unveils new mobile ads which help find apps that fit users’ daily habits

Google unveils new mobile ads which help find apps that fit users’ daily habits

On Tuesday, Internet search giant Google unveiled a new ad service which aims at making ads for mobile apps more personal; with ads to be based more on the actual habits of the users rather than on search keywords.

Apple releases new video to highlight its focus on environment and resource conservation

Apple releases new video to highlight its focus on environment and resource cons

On Monday, April 21, tech giant Apple released a new video to highlight that the company is going green; with a committed focus on the environment and the conservation of resources. The video was released barely a day ahead of 'Earth Day,' which falls on April 22.

The video was released by Apple CEO Tim Cook; and it is titled 'Better.'

Yale University professor claims Apple patents worth only $38 million, not billions

Yale University professor claims Apple patents worth only $38 million, not billi

In the Apple-Samsung patent-infringement trial in San Jose, California, on Monday, Yale University business school professor Judith Chevalier said in her testimony that Apple's in-dispute patents are not worth millions but only $38 million.

OpenSSL Software Foundation run by only a handful of volunteers

OpenSSL Software Foundation run by only a handful of volunteers

With the last-week disclosed 'Heartbleed' security vulnerability resulting from a small glitch in the OpenSSL software - a free program which secures several online communications - an amazing fact about the OpenSSL Software Foundation has come to light --- that is, the Foundation is run by just a handful of volunteers who work on a bare-bones budget.

Yahoo updates its Flicker iOS and Android app to version 3.0

Yahoo updates its Flicker iOS and Android app to version 3.0

Yahoo has recently announced that it has upgraded its Flickr photo-sharing app for iOS and Android to version 3.0, bringing on some noteworthy new changes to the app, enabling it to offer more substantial competition to Facebook-owned Instagram photo-sharing service.

Bigwig German media firm Axel Springer’s CEO criticizes Google in open letter

Bigwig German media firm Axel Springer’s CEO criticizes Google in open letter

Criticizing the strong dominance which Google holds on the Internet, Mathias Dopfner - CEO of Axel Springer, one of the biggest media firms in Germany - recently wrote an open letter to Google. The letter was published in German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.

Google launches e-mail notifications for Google Trends service

Google launches e-mail notifications for Google Trends service

Google has revealed in a recent announcement that it has launched e-mail notifications for Google Trends. The move implies that be the users of Google Trend will receive notifications via e-mail about the popularity of specified search terms.

Microsoft launches All-in-One Media Keyboard

Microsoft launches All-in-One Media Keyboard

Microsoft recently unveiled its new All-in-One Media Keyboard - the company's latest peripheral product which will essentially enable users to control just about any device, including Android-based tablets and smart TVs.

Bigwig tech companies and wireless carriers back anti-theft tools agreement

Bigwig tech companies and wireless carriers back anti-theft tools agreement

According to mobile industry trade group CTIA-The Wireless Association, tech giants Apple, Google, Microsoft, Samsung and several other companies have backed an agreement to install anti-theft tools into smartphones, so as to ensure the protection of user data.

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