Google lets Android Wear smartwatches work with iPhones

After launching Android Wear back in March 2014 and seeing how Apple watch sales performed after their release, Google had decided to release an app that will allow their smartwatch that is already in the market to perform a twist. Android Wear will be iOS compatible.

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Move over Siri, here comes Facebook's personal concierge M

Facebook gives Apple, Google, and other companies providing users with virtual assistants a run for their money. The company has launched M, a digital helper that makes use of artificial intelligence and human knowledge.

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McDonald's rejects Burger King's McWhopper peace deal

In celebration of International Day of Peace on September 21, Burger King is asking long-time rival McDonald's to team up and make a McWhopper that would feature the best of both fast-food companies' burgers.

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1 billion people on a single day: Facebook sets new record

Creating a new milestone, the largest social media platform Facebook recorded one billion people accessing its website in a single day for the first time.

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First WeChat, Then WeRun

WeChat announced Wednesday its new fitness channel called WeRun, which is a step counter app. WeChat is China's most popular messaging app that has more than 600 million users. The WeRun is not the first time WeChat moved into fitness. Tencent, WeChat's parent company, launched the WeChat Sports in February.

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Fundraising for nonprofits now made easier with Facebook's 'Donate Now' button

Facebook is a wonderful avenue to raise awareness for certain advocacies. Now, it launched its donate button to make giving to nonprofits' pages easier and more effective.

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Facebook Moments version 2.0 app creates videos from your photos and syncs it to your friends

Facebook Moments app introduces a new feature; a photo collection aggregated from your phone in a form of video. Moments automatically collects your photos and pick the right type of music based on 12 background themes that is shareable with your Facebook friends by means of facial recognition.

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Apple falls, along with other tech giants and the US stock market

Apple shares went down seven percent Tuesday, and down again six percent Friday amid the declining U.S. stocks.

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5 Simple Tips on Streamlining Startup Business Effectively and Faster

Streamlining a startup business makes its workflow more efficient, effective, and faster. Some entrepreneurs become more of an employee to their company instead of running their company. This happens when they fail to automate and streamline their startup business.

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Facebook edges out Google as a traffic source for news

Facebook is now the leading source of traffic for news, overtaking search giant Google, according to traffic analytics firm Parse.ly.

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Spotify says sorry over new private policy

Spotify expresses regret after customers enraged in social media about the streaming app's unlawful access of personal information due to its new privacy policy.

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#EpicFail: Twitter Falls Below $26 IPO Price, Concerns Increase over CEO, Growth

It's hard to imagine tech giants getting worse than ever. But this dreadful scenario recently happened to a popular social media platform, Twitter, as its stock price fell lower than it was when the company first went public.

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Phone Home: Russian billionaire commits $100 Million in search for intelligent alien life

Russian billionaire Yuri Milner committed $100 million to the most comprehensive search for intelligent life form in the universe.

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7 US Companies with Amazing Benefits for Parents

In a recent article, CNN lists companies that are generous when it comes to parental leave. Here are the top seven companies and their parental leave benefits as more and more American companies take work-life balance more seriously.

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Zynga finds refuge from slots with 30 percent revenue growth

Zynga continues to lose more players as internet users switch to mobile devices. The Farmville creator continues to cope by investing more in slot games which helped the company slash its losses from $62.5 million to $26.9 million.

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