You will be able to Unlock your Facebook Account using Facial Recognition

It’s a no-brainer that in a future lot of companies will opt-in for Facial recognition once the technology gets even more accurate, but looks like Facebook already has something like Windows Hello / Apple Face ID feature that will unlock your Facebook Account in case you get locked out. According to reports coming from TechCrunch, Social media researcher Devesh Logendran (a pseudonym) ...

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How you will Move Music from Groove to Spotify

Microsoft today announced that its Music Streaming Service, Groove, will no longer offer the premium subscription which eventually announced the death of Groove as know it. It will be just limited to a media player, which not many uses, mostly because consumers are hooked to streaming services. Instead, Microsoft is now asking existing customers to move to Spotify, and it ...

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Fitbit Launches Community Section within the App & Its Huge

Any platform without a strong community fails in the long term. While Fitbit has a strong community, there was no way to interact with the community, find new people, and the essence of a Social factor was majorly missing, until today. A Recent update to the Fitbit App has now enabled in-app community interaction & social engagement to find new ...

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Paint.NET is Now Available in the Windows 10 Store as a Paid App

On June 29th we reported that the popular Paint Application / Image Editing Software Paint.Net will be soon coming to Windows Store. This is now official. The software is now available on the Windows Store at a price of $8.99.Interesting to note that the classic version i.e. the WIN32 which can be downloaded from their website is available for free, ...

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Xbox One & Windows 10 Store Game Gifting Option Available for Some

We recently reported that Microsoft is working to enable Game & App Gifting Option in the Windows 10 Store, and Xbox One Store as well. Looks like the options are getting enabled for selected users. This was in fact shared by Mike Ybarra, Xbox Platform CVP. Windows Central reports that This option has been enabled for Xbox Insider Program running 1710 preview ...

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Microsoft explains on Limited No of Extensions for Edge

It’s a little bit more than a year now since Microsoft enabled extension support for Microsoft Edge, and there are just over 70 extensions worldwide.     Compared to Firefox, and Chrome these numbers are nothing, but then Microsoft Edge Team defends these numbers as handpicked, and they made sure the quality was no compromise. The team has worked closely with ...

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EnPass Extension for Microsoft Edge is finally at the Store

One of the reasons why browsers like Firefox, and Chrome are successful today is because of extensions, and a plethora of them available in the store. They are like the apps for any platform. After Microsoft rebooted IE as Edge, the extension support finally came in, and since then the browser is getting a new extension but at a very ...

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