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Bing Venue Maps Lets You Navigate Through Stadiums

01/28/2015, Getting around these days are a whole lot easier than ever before, especially when there is this thing known as GPS. Dedicated GPS navigation devices are just about extinct, as we rely on other apps like Google Maps to get around. Microsoft knows that...

Chess Computer Program Weighs In At Just 487 Bytes

01/28/2015, Certainly this French coder would most probably still think that 640k is enough for everyone – especially when you see that his chess computer program is stored on jst 487 bytes of code. That is certainly an insanely small amount of memory no matter...

Facebook Sees Surge In Quarterly Profit

01/28/2015, Social network giant Facebook has seen a surge in their quarterly profit – we are looking at a figure of 34% alongside a revenue increase of up to 48%, now how about that? Still, the executives over at Facebook have remained rather modest about...

Office Sway Gets Updated With Embeds

01/28/2015, There is a new presentation tool from the folks over at Microsoft which is known as Office Sway, and this is actually a modern version of what we are used to calling as PowerPoint. The thing is, Office Sway is slightly different, as it has been designed...

Alaska Airlines To Offer Windows Tablets On Select Flights

01/28/2015, Flying does not seem to be all that fun these days – especially when you take into consideration the cramped airports, not to mention small economy class seats, and lousy airline food. Well, while the entertainment aspect on flights have become...

Project Spartan Could Arrive On Windows 7 If There Is Enough Demand

01/28/2015, Project Spartan, for those who missed Microsoft’s Windows 10 announcement, will be the default browser when it comes to the Windows 10 platform. New operating system, new browser, we guess we can see where Microsoft is coming from, but what about older...

Microsoft Confirms Project Spartan Will Support Extensions

01/27/2015, During Microsoft’s Windows 10 announcement last week, the Redmond company also took the wraps off Project Spartan which would be the new and official browser that will come preloaded on Windows 10 devices. Now there have been some rumors regarding the...

Microsoft Surface 2 Manufacturing Has Ceased

01/27/2015, Microsoft’s Surface 2 tablet has been out for a couple of years now and has since been succeeded by the Microsoft Surface Pro 3, which is why we guess it doesn’t come as a complete shock to find out that Microsoft will no longer be manufacturing the...

Apple: 74.5 Million iPhones & 21.4 Million iPads Sold In Q1

01/27/2015, It is safe to say that with its new design, larger screen, higher resolution, and improved camera that the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus have to be Apple’s most desired phones to date, but exactly how desired are they? As it turns out, extremely desired. This is...

Dell Precision M3800 Developer Edition Ubuntu Laptop

01/27/2015, Most laptops these days are typically powered by the Windows operating system, unless of course you are using a Mac in which you will be running on the OS X platform. However if you’re in the market for something different that isn’t Windows or OS X,...

OS X 10.10.2 Update Fixes Wi-Fi Issues

01/27/2015, Apple today released a new software update for OS X 10 Yosemite. It primarily brings bug fixes and improvements. With this software update Apple has fixed many Wi-Fi related issues that have been plaguing Yosemite users. Improvements for iCloud,...

Apple Releases iOS 8.1.3 To Reduce Storage Requirements For Update

01/27/2015, Apple has come under fire from critics ever since iOS 8 was released because the new software required a substantial amount of storage to be available on the device before it can be installed. Most users are running on fumes as far as free storage goes...

Google Apologizes For Translation Software Screwing Up

01/27/2015, It does take a fair bit of guts to say that one is sorry when one has done something wrong – and for a company to do so would go some way in gaining back some of the goodwill in which it has lost due to a recent gaffe. In fact, Google has just...