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Google is testing out movie and TV ratings from within Google search

Google is testing out movie and TV ratings from within Google search

In a recent confirmation to Search Engine Land, web search giant Google has revealed that it is experimenting with a new feature which unfolds the capability to add movie and TV ratings from a Google search.

According to the disclosure by Google, the movie and TV ratings feature is presently only an experiment. As such, it is not yet clear as to when the company will roll out the feature to users. Nonetheless, it is being assumed that if Google’s testing of the feature is successful, the feature will probably appear in the users’ search results within the next few months.

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Fitbit mulls deeper dive into smartwatch market with Pebble acquisition

Fitbit mulls deeper dive into smartwatch market with Pebble acquisition

Wearable device manufacturer Fitbit – a company which makes health- and fitness-tracking devices – is apparently looking to dive deeper into the smartwatch arena with its official acquisition of smartwatch pioneer Pebble earlier this week.

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‘Heroes of the Storm’ Director Dustin Browder leaves game’s development team

‘Heroes of the Storm’ Director Dustin Browder leaves game’s development team

In a disclosure made via a post on Blizzard’s forums, Dustin Browder – the Director of the ‘Heroes of the Storm’ game – has said that he is leaving the Heroes of the Storm development team, and moving to a new, unspecified project inside the game studio.

The disclosure by Browder means that a big change is taking place on the leadership team for Blizzard’s Heroes of the Storm PC MOBA (multiplayer online battle arena).

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Microsoft’s Windows 10 Creators Update will include added security features for organizations

Microsoft’s Windows 10 Creators Update will include added security features for

Microsoft has announced that its forthcoming Windows 10 ‘Creators Update’ will include some additional features for security-conscious IT administrators.

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Intel could be licensing AMD’s Radeon Graphics technology for use in its own GPUs

Intel could be licensing AMD’s Radeon Graphics technology for use in its own GPU

According to a Forbes report, it is being rumored that Intel could probably license the Radeon Graphics technology from AMD for use in its own graphical processing units (GPUs).

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Tim Cook: Apple Watch “sell-through” reached new high during first week of holiday shopping

Tim Cook: Apple Watch “sell-through” reached new high during first week of holid

Apple CEO Tim Cook told Reuters on Monday that Apple Watch smartwatch’s “sell-through” touched a new high during the first week of the 2016 holiday shopping season. ‘Sell-through” is a measure of the quantity of a product sold to consumers compared with the stock of the product on retail store shelves.

In asserting that the first week of the 2016 holiday shopping season marked the best week in Apple Watch’s “sell-through” history, Cook said that the ongoing quarter is on its way to become “the best quarter ever” for the Apple smartwatch.

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Forbes: Mark Zuckerberg has lost $3.7B in net worth after US presidential election

Forbes: Mark Zuckerberg has lost $3.7B in net worth after US presidential electi

According to a Forbes report, several billion dollars in net worth has been lost by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg after the US presidential election on November 8, 2016.

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Capcom officially announces ‘Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite’ game

Capcom officially announces ‘Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite’ game

In an announcement made during Sony's press conference at PlayStation Experience 2016 (PSX 2016) event on Saturday, Capcom officially debuted ‘Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite’ game.

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Over 400 Apple retail stores worldwide fronted with red signage for World AIDS Day

Over 400 Apple retail stores worldwide fronted with red signage for World AIDS D

In recognition of World AIDS Day, December 1, more than 400 Apple retail stores across the world fronted with red signage, and the company's employees working at the stores wore red shirts in place of their standard blue uniform.

Apple has been putting up red logos at its stores on December 1 every year for the past several years, so as to help raise awareness among the people for the global fight against AIDS.

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YouTube now supports 4K live streaming

YouTube now supports 4K live streaming

In an announcement made via a Wednesday blog post, Google’s popular video-sharing site YouTube has revealed that it is launching 4K live streaming for standard and 360-degree videos.

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