Google has come out with a face-blurring feature for its video sharing service, YouTube, giving all its users the capability of masking out the faces of themselves or their near and dear ones in case they want to protect themselves online. YouTube has revealed that as the feature is relatively in its infancy there might be cases when the face is not properly masked. If that is the case, users may want to keep their videos private as of now.

Microsoft has unveiled its highly anticipated Office 15, aka Office 2013 but, in a shocking revelation, this version of Office 2013 won’t be compatible with either Windows XP or Windows Vista. No support for Windows XP and Vista will impact the installation base of Office 2013 to a great deal as nearly 51{b2f8038cca59418a55fa2a773bdd1308d9b98f2083b1773270b153fdacce5890} of systems are currently on either of these two operating systems.

Augmented reality, which was just limited to sci-fi movies, has entered main stream and is being increasingly used in museums, exhibitions and art galleries to bring non-living things to life.