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    Google Launches a Website to Assist People Struggling with Addiction

    People turn to Google for a lot of things. It seems the service has all the answers; The latest news,…

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    You can use your Facebook account for a lot of things these days. From sharing too much information, playing games,…

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    Researchers at Google's Project Zero Find Exploit Sites Targeting iOS

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