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Google is Designing Kid-friendly Versions of Search, YouTube, and Chrome


- It’s been confirmed that Google is in the process of creating tailored versions of Google Search, YouTube, and Chrome for kids under 12.  Specific details on timing of a roll-out haven’t been released yet, but this is certainly something to look forward to. “‘The big motivator inside the company is...

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Bluetooth 4.2 Core Specifications Finalized


- A new version of the Bluetooth core specifications have officially been adopted by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG). “Version 4.2 promises greater speed, greater privacy, and a soon to be ratified Bluetooth profile for IP connectivity. With the Internet of Things (IoT) revolution underway, the Bluetooth SIG hopes that...

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Exploring the Modern Microchip


- While most of us rely on commonly used technology such as a PC, tablet, smartphone, etc. every day, we might not take the time to think about the brains behind the operation and what makes it all come together. In this article, Sebastian Anthony with sheds some light, visually,...

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Google Bus Bangladesh Hits the Road for Internet Education


- Tech Crunch reported on one of Googles latest promotional efforts, an educational program with goals of teaching digital skills to more than half a million students in South Asia. “It plans to visit some 500 educational campuses across 35 locations over the next 12 months, bringing with it instructors who...

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Open Source Plugin Solutions for WordPress


- When it comes to enhancing the quality, look, and feel of your website, incorporating photos and high end imagery can add to your websites appeal. Editing your images for a professional, polished look is now made simple with some open source plugins for retouching WordPress images. Jenni McKinnon, author and...

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Food Technologists Developing Meals with 3-D Printers

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- Lately, 3-D printing technology seems to be making headlines in some of the most popular tech publications and culture/innovation articles. And, most recently, 3-D printing technology has taken an even more interesting turn towards the table, with the development of 3-D printed food for the military. “Army scientists have spent...

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Google Releases Open Source Icons

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- Looking for modern, flat icons for your latest web project? Don’t want to pay much, or even any, money? Google just released hundreds of icons, available from GitHub at no cost! Gizmodo reports, “Just published to Github, there are 750 of the neatly designed icons. They’ll fit nicely in Android,...

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Media Wiki Formatting Reference

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- The pair Networks Software Installation Manager (pairSIM) offers a convenient way to get popular software onto your website. One of the packages offered through pairSIM is MediaWiki, the software behind Wikipedia and other wikis. MediaWiki’s particular style of markup language can be tricky to learn, but the MeidaWiki documentation offers...

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pair Networks Launches New Account Control Center


- We’re happy to announce the launch of our new Account Control Center (ACC). Some of the new, enhanced features include: Modern, clean design Better layout and navigation All-new favorites system Mobile-aware design and layout You can try out the new ACC by visiting or by visiting and clicking on...

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