Torrent of Game Of Thrones Season 5 Episode 1 to 4 has leaked online. The download of the torrents has exceeded 800,000 mark at the time of writing with the rate of downloads showing no sign of abating.

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Facebook Messenger is hugely popular and even manages to get people to use Facebook even when they don’t use the main features of the site. With everyone seemingly having a Facebook account, being able to instantly send messages between your friends is a big deal, and Facebook knows that.

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Here are the top best April Fools Day 2015 pranks from the world of tech. Complete details, images, videos can be found right here.

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As a part of its consistent dedication to improving its network, Facebook has announced a new photos based feature called “Scrapbook”. Scrapbook is a small, but very handy little feature addition that has been created to assist parents in the collection and curation of photos of their little ones, making sure they are all in one place and can be shared easily with friends and family.

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Amazon is taking its one-click ordering system to greater heights with the introduction of Dash Buttons, which also happens to be a follow up to last year’s ‘Dash’ – a remote scanning device. Head over for more information on how Amazon is gearing up to target regular grocery shoppers by offering an intuitive way of ordering products.

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Amazon is considered the foremost online retailer, and while its position remains strong, the company has spent the past few months adding a number of new features to underline its status as the authority. Following the roll-out of the one-hour delivery services in select locations, the expansion continues with today’s unveiling of Amazon Home Services, a […]

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It’s already fairly clear that 4K video isn’t going to see the same rate of adoption as HD did a few years ago, but that isn’t stopping Google from forging ahead by adding improved 4K support to YouTube.

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Even though the likes of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One – particularly given their relative infancy – can churn out a pretty high-end, graphically-intensive gaming experience, there’ll never be a true replacement for nostalgia. When we go back and wipe the dust off the SNES, Dreamcast or N64, for example, we’re not looking to be wowed by stunning visuals, but taken on a trip down Memory Lane as we relive the retro classics. Easily the simplest and cheapest way of reigniting these old flames is to use some kind of emulation software as opposed to, say, setting up an old rig, and thanks to the work of one dev, you can enjoy Super Mario 64 from right within your browser.

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Here’s how to check if your wireless network router (Wi-Fi) and its DNS is hacked. More details on the matter can be found right here.

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In a move that is set to push Amazon right into the faces of Dropbox, Google, and Microsoft, the online retail giant has just announced two unlimited cloud storage plans for its Cloud Drive service, coming in at almost half the price of the competition.

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Want to get maximum free Dropbox storage space for your account? Here’s how you can, and you’ll end up with plenty of it without even spending a dime. For more details, head past the jump.

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Facebook has become something of an inseparable part of our lives, one which many of us take for granted, and somewhere in our journey through this social networking mammoth, which includes status updates, photos, posts to and from friends and family, etc. we forget what we leave behind. The social media giant has just launched the ‘On This Day’ feature which will give you a chance to look back into the past. More information to follow right after the jump.

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Netflix God Mode enables mobile app like scrolling on Web interface, making it perfect for binge watching. More details can be found right here.

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Amazon’s Prime Now, which offers a one-hour delivery service in Manhattan, has just extended its reach to Baltimore and Miami in the United States, meaning consumers in those areas can receive certain ordered items within 60 minutes of checking out. It’s an ambitious project from the online retail giant that has, so far, seemingly worked well, and with Baltimore and Miami now covered, paying Prime subscribers will be able to take full advantage.

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Broadly speaking, the Cloud is still a work in progress, but Microsoft, like Google, Apple and a number of other key companies offering their cloud-based services, has been working hard to improve its OneDrive offering. Today signals a big step in the evolution of the software giant’s cloud efforts, with Xbox Music integration permitting users to store and playback a variety of different music formats on multiple devices free of charge.

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Google announced back in January that it would be offering support for 360-degree video ‘within weeks.’ Technically, today fits within that timescale which is just dandy, because of this very date people can now watch a selection of 360-degree videos on YouTube.

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The TaiG Jailbreak Team, currently one of the most prominent in the area of jailbreaking and iOS hacking, has announced that it will host a mobile security summit later this month.

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Social networks offer a means for folk to express their feelings on a public forum, but while, for the most part, status updates on Facebook consist of the odd gripe or in-depth detailing of one’s daily schedule, there are occasions where those upset, depressed, or otherwise feeling low, may wish to share more ominous, worrisome sentiments. When this occurs, there’s often that fear that an individual isn’t in a well state of mind, and may be considering taking their own life, and with Facebook connecting well over one-sixth of the world’s population, the Menlo Park firm has now added some features that may prove life-saving.

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The Federal Communications Commission, or FCC, has approved a set of new rules on how Internet traffic is to be managed and regulated, after commissioners voted 3-2 in its favor. Many, including Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, have spoken of their delight at the ruling, with The Woz himself calling it a win for “the average Joe.”

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Have you ever wanted your own personal assistant ready to respond to your every beckoned call? I’m not talking about Siri or Google Now, which will both tell you the football scores or what the weather’s going to be like next weekend; I mean a real assistant, more like a secretary – one that will fetch you a pizza or book you flights to suit your needs at the drop of a hat. A newly-introduced service has taken the idea of a butler / chauffeur / servant and rolled it into a magical new text-based system, and provided your request is on the right side of legal, any product or service is just a text away.

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