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The Winner of Doodle 4 Google declared

The results of the ‘I Love Football’ competition have been selected by the New Zealand public.
The contest was held as a part of a global World Cup contest. This was held for Kiwi kids between 4 and 17 suitable to enter a soccer-themed take on Google’s iconic logo.
There were ten finalists and one among the ten was announced as a winner last week. The winner was a 13-year-old girl Holly Pierce.
This kid has secured about a quarter of all online votes and her entry will be the logo of Google …

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Apple’s next release is expected on June 18th

Apple’s fastest iPhone ever is expected to be launched on June 18th. The sales representatives of AT&T have confirmed that their sales allocation for the month of June is extremely high. This confirmation means that the launch of most powerful iPhone is expected shortly.
This latest iPhone will let the users to access and launch applications quicker than ever. This will also allow the users to view the attachments in email faster and web pages will be rendered in a fraction of second. Game lovers will have a new gaming experience …

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Does Facebook ease the job of a police force in finding out the missing children?

A Californian mother who lost her two kids 15 years ago has found them in Florida using Facebook says San Bernardino, Deputy District Attorney Kurt Rowley from California.
San Bernardino says that Faustino Utrera, the father of the boy and girl has kidnapped their own children from California to Florida. The mother has reported the loss of her son and daughter, ages 2 and 3 in 1995.
The loving mother has typed one of her child’s names into Facebook and has searched for her daughter in the results.
The successful mom has contacted …

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Microsoft rumored to be purchasing AOL

Latest news from sources reveals that Microsoft is planning to acquire the famous web portal AOL anytime. Microsoft is planning to use AOL as a search engine by integrating Bing in it. When this news came out the shares of AOL rose up to 1.3 % last week.
Tim Armstrong, AOL CEO stated in a recent press meet that the company is getting two new deals from “potential partners”. One is Google as AOL is used as a web search for the leader and the other might be Microsoft. The …