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5 ways Windows 8.1 can make you more productive, Vine introduces Vine Kids, Cortana arrives on the Desktop, Google Now gets integrated with 40 apps

Posted by Davin on January 30, 2015 at 1:05 PM Comments comments (0)

Enable Classic Taskbar look on Windows 8, Microsoft updates Surface Pro 3 graphics driver, Samsung to remove bloatware from TouchWiz, Facebook user base grows by 13%, LG G Watch R Review

Posted by Davin on January 30, 2015 at 8:25 AM Comments comments (0)

Apple is boring, Spartan not coming to Windows 7, FCC defines broadband, Gmail Inbox invites available until Friday morning

Posted by Davin on January 29, 2015 at 1:45 PM Comments comments (0)

Bill Gates working on secret "Personal Agent" project for Microsoft, Microsoft releases Office for Android, Microsoft releases Outlook preview for iOS & Android, Android breaks 1B Mark for 2014, Samsung struggles amid declining smartphone sales

Posted by Davin on January 29, 2015 at 8:15 AM Comments comments (0)

The Top 9 App trends for 2014, Google tests Autoplay on YouTube

Posted by Davin on January 29, 2015 at 12:50 AM Comments comments (0)

Microsoft no longer manufacturing Windows RT Surface 2, Windows 10 patch tries to install build 9931/9932, Youtube defaults to HTML5 player, Acer will launch new Windows Phone in march, Project Spartan could come to Window 7

Posted by Davin on January 28, 2015 at 8:25 AM Comments comments (0)

Windows 10: Transparency coming to Start Menu, Back button coming in future builds, Apple has always been boring, Asus teases 7-day ZenWath 2

Posted by Davin on January 28, 2015 at 12:30 AM Comments comments (0)
  • 4 Boring Tasks You Can Automate With the Windows Task Scheduler
  • Windows 10: Transparency on the Start menu is coming soon
  • Google apologizes for homophobic slurs in its translator
  • Here's how you can run Android apps in Windows with DuOS-M without having to dual boot
  • Windows 10: Back button coming in future builds
  • AdDuplex releases January 2015 stats for Windows Phone: Low-end devices are still king
  • Lack of encryption makes official NFL mobile app a spear phisher’s dream
  • GIFs, The Language Of The Web: Their History, Culture, and Future
  • How to clear site-specific cookies in Google Chrome quickly
  • 6 More Awesome Apps For Your Android Wear Smartwatch
  • Ten Things To Do If Your Car Is Stuck In A Snow Storm
  • HotelTonight Adds Two New Ways to Get Discounted Rooms
  • Remotr Lets You Play PC Games from Your Android Device
  • 7 Sites That Help You Choose What to Watch Next
  • Apple has always been ‘boring’
  • Asus teases 7-day autonomous ZenWatch 2, lower-cost fitness band duo
  • Windows Insiders grow to 2 million total after the 21st event
  • Sling TV not ready for Xbox One at launch, but app and free preview coming 'soon'
  • Quantum Dot Displays Could Lead To Cheaper, Thinner Screens
  • Hide a Wi-Fi Router in a Magazine Holder
  • 5 Ways Passwords & Other Data Can Be Stolen From Right Under Your Nose
  • The Galaxy S6 could be the start of a major shift for Samsung
  • How Your Connected Devices Could Get You Fired or Ruin Your Credit
  • Dell XPS 13 Review (2015): The Windows Laptop To Beat
  • Snapchat Introduces Discover, A Platform For News And Entertainment You Can Get Almost Anywhere Else
  • Alaska Airlines to offer Windows 8.1 tablets for passengers on long flights
  • How to enable the new Logon screen in Windows 10 Technical Preview build 9926
  • Sonos v5.3 Beta Is 'A Little Bit Faster Now' With Simpler Room Control, Crossfade, And More
  • Samsung’s other nightmare might also give Apple some sleepless nights
  • Guy Who Crashed Drone Into White House Lawn Was a Drunk Govt Employee
  • Huge leak may reveal the Galaxy S6’s biggest secret
  • FCC says it is 'aggressively' going after hotels who block personal Wi-Fi hotspots
  • Time Your Tasks And Tackle Your To-Do List With Do Now For Android
  • The Case for Learning C as Your First Programming Language
  • YouTube Now Streams HTML5 Video By Default
  • Microsoft confirms it is working on extension support for Spartan
  • Warning! Linux is being haunted by a G-G-G-GHOST vulnerability -- are you at risk?
  • Yahoo Reports Mixed Q4 With Mobile Revenue Of $254M, Total Top Line Of $1.18B
  • WiFi Map Pro Passwords reveals open wireless hotspots
  • Old-school (and new-school) Q*bert is on the Nexus Player!
  • Sony reportedly set to cut another 1,000 jobs from its mobile division
  • Reading App Permissions Aloud Can Make You Realize How Scary They Are
  • Feedly Introduces Power Search To Help Pro Users Better Find Stories On The Web
  • The new icons in build 9926, Adobe release patch to fix Flash Player for Windows, Microsoft Q2 FY2015 highlights, Ra Chrome Text Editor, HP Spectre 13x360 convertible leaks

    Posted by Davin on January 27, 2015 at 8:30 AM Comments comments (0)

    Viber for Windows 8.1 now supports video calls, Microsoft shows off new Office Touch Apps, Adobe Touch Workspace on Surface, Firefox 35.0.1 fixes a bunch of bugs

    Posted by Davin on January 26, 2015 at 1:05 PM Comments comments (0)

    Hands on Windows 10 TP Build 9926, Google defends decision to leave millions of Android users of risk, Samsung to supply chips for Apple's next iPhones, How to enable new login screen in Windows 10, Facebook lite for Android

    Posted by Davin on January 26, 2015 at 8:15 AM Comments comments (0)