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Google Voice now lets user call people using Hangouts

Google Voice is now providing the option to make calls with Hangouts. Alex Wiesen divulged the update through the company’s social networking platform,…

Google collecting medical data to spot perfect human health

Google collecting medical data to spot perfect human health

Google has started to collect medical data from volunteers as part of an ambitious project designed to build a database of records that…

Facebook and Uber in talks to put car hailing in Messenger

Facebook and Uber in talks to put car hailing in Messenger

Recode reports that Facebook and Uber are in extremely early talks about the possibility of integrating Uber’s car hailing service directly into Messenger.…

Obama to order privacy guidelines for domestic drone use

Obama to order privacy guidelines for domestic drone use

Privacy guidelines may soon be put in place for drones flying within the US. According to Politico, President Obama plans to issue an…

Samsung, Apple lose ground in cooling tablet market

Samsung, Apple lose ground in cooling tablet market

Apple and Samsung have lost ground in the tablet computer market as growth cools in the once-hot segment, the research firm IDC said…

Ultratext: Best new apps

Ultratext: Best new apps

Ultratext is a dead-simple iOS app for creating GIFs and sending them via MMS and iMessage. It creates flashing neon messages, with the…

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China’s antitrust regulator will soon announce that Qualcomm has monopoly status in the mobile chip market, an official from the National Development and Reform Commission said on Thursday.…

Google has started to collect medical data from volunteers as part of an ambitious project designed to build a database of records that show what a healthy human…

South Korea unveiled a $40 billion stimulus package aimed at propping up a weakening economy, but some observers said the measures risk worsening already high debt levels. South…

A tanker fueled with Kurdish oil is two days away from reaching a U.S. port, might signal a change in the U.S.’ position towards Iraq, say experts. A ship,…

Britain’s economic recovery is leaving the rest of the developed world in its wake after the International Monetary Fund upgraded its growth forecast by more than any other…

Turkey’s foreign trade deficit fell for the sixth month in a row, figures from Turkish Statistical Institute released Friday show. June’s deficit dropped to $7.8 billion in June of…

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta on Thursday urged fellow states of the International Great Lakes Region (ICGLR) to accelerate infrastructure development in their respective nations as a way to…

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ECA not contend with cross border transportation projects in Africa

ECA not contend with cross border transportation projects in Africa

Africa’s cross-border transport infrastructure projects have “generally been unsatisfactory” and delayed continental market integration, the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) said on Thursday. “The continental infrastructure…

Airport rocket attack could hurt Israel’s economy

Airport rocket attack could hurt Israel’s economy

The first suspension of flights to Israel´s main international airport in more than two decades by 32 international carriers has revealed Hamas’ ability to affect Israel’s economy with its…

Israel crisis would have no effect on Turkish tourism

Israel crisis would have no effect on Turkish tourism

Turkey’s tourism targets will not be affected despite a decrease in the number of tourists coming from Israel to Turkey, Governor of the Association of Turkish Travel Agencies said.…

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22 police officers sent to court in Turkey for “parallel state” probe

22 police officers sent to court in Turkey for “parallel state” probe

Twenty-two of the 104 people who were taken into custody on suspicion of spying and illegal wiretapping in two Istanbul-based investigations have been referred to the court. The…

Cameron under pressure to punish London-based Putin cronies