Gadgetwise Blog: Q&A: Fixing Typos in Facebook Comments

Gadgetwise Blog: Q&A: Fixing Typos in Facebook Comments

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A new Facebook feature lets you correct mistakes in your posted comments....
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9to5google.com
New Google’s Chrome browser is now No. 1 in Apple’s App Store for free apps. The mobile browser went live for iPhone and iPad owners yesterday, and now it holds the top spot for both device categories. The app notably allows users to view open tabs, bookmarks, and other browser particulars...
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New Google’s Chrome browser for iOS is now No. 1 in the App Store for free apps. The mobile browser went live for iPhone and iPad owners yesterday, and now it holds the top spot for both device categories. The app notably lets users view open tabs, bookmarks, and other...
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thenextweb.com
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arstechnica.com
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Udemy redesigns to improve student experience, content discovery

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South Carolina passes bill against municipal broadband

arstechnica.com
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75 years of 999 and the launch of the first emergency telephone calls

www.guardian.co.uk
The number 999 is introduced in Britain, the first emergency call system in the worldThis year marks 75 years since the emergency call system, 999, was launched in London on 30 June 1937. It was the first of its kind in the world, introducing a special signal indicating to the...
75 years of 999 and the launch of the first emergency telephone calls

The inside scoop on the Nexus 7 tablet (Q&A)

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A Google exec who helped lead the team developing the Nexus 7 tablet sat down with CNET to chat about the Nexus brand and what it means to Google and its partners. [Read more]...
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