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Nest Thermostat Glitch Leaves Users in the Cold

The Nest Learning Thermostat is dead to me, literally. Last week, my once-beloved “smart” thermostat suffered from a mysterious software bug that drained its battery and sent our home into

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What’s a C-wire, and why should you care?

In a New York Times article published yesterday, writer Nick Bilton discusses a software glitch that caused his Nest Learning Thermostats to stop working. As Bilton describes it, “Although I

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Skype bringing free group video calling to Android, iOS and Windows Mobile

Group video calling has been available for Skype business customers for a while now, but to celebrate Skype’s tenth birthday on Tuesday, Microsoft announced it is bringing the feature to

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Dashlane Password Manager 4.0 gets major design overhaul and adds five new languages

Dashlane Password Manager 4.0 has received a complete visual overhaul that is now consistent across Android, iOS, OSX and Windows. The update adds support for five new languages and makes

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Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint apps get new sharing options and much more in latest update

Microsoft has just sent out sizable updates to its Word, Excel and PowerPoint applications on Android, bringing a bevy of new productivity features to each app. All three applications are getting

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Microsoft Experiments With Showing Network Speed Test Results on Bing

You may no longer need to download SpeedTest app on your smartphone to assess how good your Internet connection is. Microsoft has embedded what appears to be similar technology into

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India Funding Roundup: SavvyMob, Melorra, Lumiere, Fashionablyin

The first week of the year saw two early stage VC firms – Unicorn India Ventures and Endiya Partners – make the first closes of their funds. Our latest funding

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SAP’s 2015 Operating Profit Hits Record on Licence Renewals

SAP, Europe’s largest software company, on Tuesday reported record annual operating profits, driven both by year-end software licence renewals and customers’ converting to newer cloud-based software. Fourth-quarter operating profit, excluding

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Ancient Meteorite Found in Australia Offers Window Into Early Solar System

On the 27th of November, a network of high-tech cameras glimpsed it falling from the sky: a shining meteorite zipping through the earth’s atmosphere and landing somewhere in the Australian

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Microsoft Ends Support for Windows 8 on Tuesday

If your computer is still running Windows 8, it is time for you to upgrade to a newer version. Alongside several versions of Internet Explorer Web browser (IE10 or below),

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