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Twitter Says Your Timeline Isn't Changing

Pic: Getty ImagesWere you panicking at the thought of Twitter messing with your timeline order? Were you declaring #RIPTwitter and getting ready to move to Peach?

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Twitter Users Decry Reported Plan To Prioritize Tweets

Pic: ReutersNEW YORK: The hashtag #RIPTwitter became the top trending U.S. item on Twitter on Saturday, after a report from BuzzFeed said the company is planning to change how it displays users’ tweets.

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Not Even Uber Drivers Like The New Uber Logo

Even Uber drivers do not like the new Uber logo.Uber driver Ansu Saryon was confused. When he updated his Uber app before heading out on a rainy Wednesday in Washington, he noticed the familiar black and white "U" app logo was gone. It had been replaced by a hard-to-describe concoction: A red square inside a white hexagon with two vertical lines shooting out. Uber called it part of "a new look and feel that celebrates our technology, as well as the cities we serve."

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Apple Accepting Broken Iphone Trade-Ins

The Cupertino tech giant had previously insisted on used iPhones being in good condition before accepting them against the cost of a new piece of kit; fully operational handsets.DIG out your run-down iPhone -- handsets with broken screens, cameras and buttons are now part of the Apple Store's Reuse and Recycle program.

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Razer Now Selling Blade Stealth Notebook For RM 49

During CES 2016 last month, Razer has launched its thinnest gaming notebook to date that is called Blade Stealth. Fast forward to earlier this week, the company has released yet another Blade Stealth notebook on its webstore that is priced at only RM 49. Before you get too excited though, you might want to read more about it below.

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Why India Suddenly Matters To Silicon Valley

India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaking at Facebook's offices in Menlo Park, California, in September 2015.India added 100 million new users to the Internet in 2015, taking the country to more than 400 million users -- more than there are residents of the US. But with another 800 million yet to be connected, the world's biggest tech companies are eager to be a part of India's consumer tech boom in the decade ahead.

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Nintendo Won't Release A Bedside Sleep Tracker After All

Nintendo, the company built on bright, colorful video games, had an odd little side project going on behind the scenes the last couple of years: a new and innovative kind of sleep tracking device. Yes, really.

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Mozilla To Kill Firefox Smartphone Operating System

The Firefox smartphone operating system is being shut down, three years after a launch aimed at challenging the dominant platforms powered by Apple and Google, developers said Thursday.

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Vaio Releases 'Phone Biz' Handset for Business Use

Pic: Gadgets.ndtvDo Business users need a smartphone that’s tailored to their needs?

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IBM Tries To Bolster Cloud Growth With Developer Tools

A women holds her laptop as she walks in front of a cloud computing logo at the booth of IBM during preparations for the CeBIT trade fair in Hanover, March 9, 2014. REUTERS/FABRIZIO BENSCH

IBM's efforts to bolster its cloud offerings could get a boost from new developer tools it is unveiling on Thursday.

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