There always exists a community of modders and tinkerers who like to get more out of their electronic devices, the community creates softwares and applications to suit their needs much of which is widely distributed for free. For example, Android users have long been able to get rid of bloatware and unnecessary features that bog down devices from their smartphones and tablets by flashing custom ROMs like CyanogenMod, but things aren’t looking good for folks who like to run custom software on their routers.

Read full post →FCC’s New Rules Might Ban Modification Of Router Firmware


Email signatures have been around for a long time, they make it quite easy to add a personal touch to those boring emails that we send back and forth every single day. There’s no limit to the number of customizations that can be made to an email signature, however Yahoo has come up with a great new addition that’s likely to appeal to those who use Twitter a lot.

Read full post →Yahoo Email Signatures Can Now Embed Your Last Tweet


Samsung and LG’s 4K OLED TVs have been relatively successful and their performance appears to have compelled Panasonic to come out with one of its own. The company today unveiled a new 65 inch 4K OLED TV as part of its IFA 2015 announcements, the big-screen TV comes almost two years after the company decided that it would no longer make its much appreciated plasma televisions.

Read full post →Panasonic Has Created A 65 Inch 4K OLED TV


For the first time this year CBS is going to provide a live stream of two upcoming regular season NFL games for free without requiring people to have a subscription, pay a cable provider or go through any kind of authentication process before they can access the live stream. The live stream will be provided for free and will be open to everybody who wants to watch those two regular season NFL games.

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To keep up with today’s bandwidth hungry user router manufacturers are upping their game, people are more than willing to spend a couple of hundred dollars on a robust router that’s not going to buckle under intense load and provides a safe and secure wireless environment. It won’t hurt if the router has good looks too, and Asus’s new router provides all of that in a single pacakge that looks it came from outer space.

Read full post →Asus’s New Router Looks Like It’s From Outer Space


Hulu is a good online video streaming service that has held its own ground against rivals like Netflix, one of the advantages that it has over its rivals is that exclusive deals allow it to bring recent content like new episodes of TV shows much earlier to its streaming platform. However one aspect of the service that many didn’t like was that they had to put up with commercials even after paying a monthly subscription fee. Now Hulu is finally providing them with the option to get rid of those pesky commercials.

Read full post →You Can Now Get Rid Of Commercials On Hulu


Comcast is a major provider of broadband internet to households across the United States and unlike other ISPs that normally have a breaking point with unlimited plans, Comcast has a rather formal setting of “data usage plan trials,” which basically impose a limit of 300GB in specific areas of the United States. It has been discovered that Comcast internet cap removal is now being tested, the company will basically allow people to pay a monthly charge if they want a truly unlimited connection.

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Stick PCs aren’t new, many companies have already developed them and are selling them to those who want an inexpensive Windows-powered PC that’s capable of doing basic tasks. The idea is very simple, take all of the components and join them together or a stick that looks quite similar to a flash drive then add an HDMI port and you’re good to go. That’s basically what the Asus VivoStick is.

Read full post →VivoStick Is A Cheap Windows 10 Stick PC By Asus


Translator is a very good tool that Microsoft has been working on, it does precisely what the name suggests, provide translations for words and phrases. The company has already integrated Translator into Skype which allows users to get real-time translations in up to six languages, with support for 40 languages overall. The tool has now been incorporated into Cortana on Windows 10.

Read full post →Cortana Can Now Instantly Provide Translations On Windows 10

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Xiaomi has only been around for a few years but it has already become a force to be reckoned with in China’s smartphone market, the company is also steadily expanding its operations to neighboring countries while it keeps its eye on expansion possibilities in the West. Seems like smartphones, TVs and mobile devices aren’t the only products that the company wants to build, a report published today claims that the company is also looking to get in the laptop business.

Read full post →Xiaomi Might Partner With Samsung To Make Laptops