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Every day we see hundreds of headlines in the technology sphere. Here at Uptodown we focus on the most important information related to the world of software, covering everything from the most relevant news items and articles on IT security to advice on online privacy.

Now available: Google Fit, to keep all your sports activity in...

Google has launched Google Fit, an app to keep count of your daily exercise habits.

A serious security breach is affecting two-thirds of the Internet. What...

The discovery of a breach in the OpenSSL protocal that existed since 2011 may have affected countless web services.

Firefox Rocket is the new Lite browser from Mozilla

Mozilla lanza una nueva variante de su navegador pensado para terminales de gama baja y conexiones de datos limitadas.

You can now share other people’s Instagram Stories privately

The array of features for Instagram Stories continues to grow nonstop and now you can send other people's Story posts to anyone you want.

The new CCleaner 5.0 now available

Piriform has just launched the new CCleaner 5.0 that improves its performance and compatibility with more modern versions of Windows.

How to record WhatsApp voice messages without holding down the mic...

The latest WhatsApp beta lets you record audio in the background – even when the app is minimized.

Behold the all-new Google Maps

Even though it had already been leaked, the renovation of one of Google’s most important services has surprised us greatly. The new Google Maps...

Who’s searching for you on Google and what are they finding?

here is a mini-tutorial on how to use ‘Me on the Web’ so you can remove any sort of information or personal data—if that’s possible—from the Google search engine.

Metal Slug Attack now available for Android

Metal Slug Attack, has just been launched to bring back the gameplay of its antecessor and add new challenges and game modes.

Android 4.4 Kit Kat is the new operating system from Google

For the first time in its history, the new Android version will be named under a firm’s trademark: Kit Kat, putting to rest rumors that it might be named Key Lime Pie. There are also rumors on a new Nexus 5.