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Google breaks silence behind mysterious floating barges

Speculation has been rife for weeks as to what the heck Google plans to do with a pair of floating barges off either coast of the US!

Unemployment Rates on a rise in the U.S

With over 20 states across the United States cutting jobs the unemployment rate has reached around 9% avg, throughout the nation. The Labor Department said Friday that 29 states added jobs in August. Unemployment rates rose in 18 states, fell in 17 and were unchanged in 15.

Is Samsung trying to copy Apple?

Samsung has been a major player in mobile phone industry for quite sometime now. There has always been speculation of Samsung copying Apple; Apple suing Samsung for infringement of patents. Then, Samsung suing Apple for the same, but this time did samsung actually crossed the line.

NSA unlawfully collected thousands e-mails by Americans

According to latest declassified documents, the National Security Agency (NSA) unlawfully gathered thousands of e-mails and other electronic communications between Americans with no connection to terrorism annually over three years.

Assad, Annan engage in talks

In a desperate effort to instill some peace in rife-torn Syria, U.N. Arab League envoy Kofi Annan held talks with Bashar al-Assad this weekend, but appeared to be making little headway.

Nokia X series smartphones to hit Indian market in March

Nokia X

The Nokia X line of smartphones that run on Google’s Android operating software will be available in India by the end of this month.

"Winky" - Google Glass's new Android App takes snaps as you wink.

Who knew winking at someone or flirting could end up capturing their memory by taking a snap? Google Glass's latest app, 'Winky' let's you snap photos by simply winking. This sure sounds fun, being able to take a snap of someone who really caught your eye by a simple universal eye gesture, a Wink.

Intel newest Thunderbolt version, Falcon Ridge with double the speed!

The latest generation of Thunderbolt announced by Intel, called the "Falcon Ridge" is due in 2014, reported Engadget.

Reuters web editor Matthew Keys jammed in an “Anonymous” hacking conspiracy

Whoops! Ever heard about loyalty! Popular web editor Matthew Keys of Thomas Reuter has been charged with conspiracy charges on Thursday.

BMW Mini Paceman to hit the markets on March 16

The Mini Paceman, the first ever sports activity coupe was first seen at the Paris Motor Show last year and is now all set to enter the car market on 16th of this month.