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Microsoft reveals more Windows Intune details

04/11/2011, In case you’re in the dark – Microsoft recently released a cloud-based PC management service, Windows Intune, and to appease the folks who’ve wanted to find out more about the service, they’ve updated their Windows Intune FAQ and put...

WIN&I replaces your mouse with the Kinect sensor

03/31/2011, In one of more useful ways to utilize the Microsoft Kinect gaming sensor, Evoluce, creators of the I-voluce (a motion controlled HD LCD TV) has released the some new software that will allow you to control your Windows 7 computer with hand gestures. All...

SpeechGear now supports 35 languages

03/30/2011, SpeechGear, an industry leader in instant speech translation has just announced the availability of their new remote server module that increases the amount of supported languages by their systems. Their Compadre suite of conversation and document...

Malware growing at an alarming rate

03/17/2011, If you’re using a computer without any form of anti-virus or malware protection, you might need to be more careful in the future. According to the latest reports from Pandalabs, a security research firm, in the first quarter of 2011 alone, there has...

Software designed to match mug shots with police sketches

03/04/2011, Whenever a witness or victim is asked to identify a criminal, there’s always a chance for a slip up or inaccurate call. After all human beings are forgetful creatures, and especially after a stressful incident or when there’s a time period...

QuickOffice suite for Android ready for Honeycomb

02/18/2011, If you love QuickOffice, then chances are you would have an app of it running on your Android-powered tablet. What happens, however, when current tablets start to upgrade to Android 3.0 Honeycomb down the road? Will your software become obsolete? Nay,...

BlackBerry Balance arriving in a two months

01/24/2011, BlackBerry recently announced that they will be introducing BlackBerry Balance – software that would let users use the same phone for both work and play. Targeted at users who are required to use a BlackBerry at work and don’t want to carry...

Starbucks Mobile Payment debuts nationally

01/19/2011, The next time you want to head down to your local Starbucks, there ought to be a new method of payment that might just stoke you. We’re talking about the launch of mobile payment in all US company-operated stores, where you can pay for in-store...

Amazon to set their own prices on their own Android app store

01/17/2011, Bad news if you’re thinking of selling your apps on their upcoming Android app store – you don’t get the final say on what your app costs. According to a report online, you’ll be able to submit your app to Amazon with a suggested sales...

Software to tell us if an image has been photoshopped

01/04/2011, A scientist from Dartmouth College, Hany Farid, has been developing digital forensics software that can tell if a digital photograph has been manipulated with Adobe Photoshop- the world’s most popular image editing software. The forensics software...

VLC Player for Android beta to arrive shortly

12/27/2010, Own an Android-powered device? Well, if you’ve been hankering after a program that is capable of playing all your favorite file formats without switching between players, then you will be pleased as punch to find that a beta version of the VLC...

AutoCAD Software For Mac Is Back

10/18/2010, AutoCAD fans who use a Mac should be overjoyed to hear that the software is now available for Mac users once again, after leaving the Mac platform a good 18 years ago and becoming a PC exclusive. If you’re already using AutoCAD on Windows, the...

Dumbphones get smart with new technology

09/10/2010, Last time, the world of cellphones was just one, until the advent of different hardware as well as various operating systems that split this once peaceful universe asunder, categorizing some as smartphones while the rest are, well, dumb. For those who do...