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iOS 7.1 Bug Lets You Hide Native Apps In Plain Sight

03/26/2014, A few weeks back Apple released iOS 7.1, the biggest update for iOS 7.0 ever since it was launched late last year. The update brought fixes for many bugs, apart from visual enhancements and new features. It seems that Apple wasn’t able to quash all...

Facebook: John Carmack, I Choose You!

03/26/2014, John Carmack, the man whom many associate with as the face of id Software for many years, is now an employee of Facebook. Yes sir, this is the new structure in the company known as Oculus VR after it was snapped up by the social network giant for a cool...

Alleged Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 7.0 Press Rendering Leaked

03/26/2014, We have been hearing about the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 series of tablets for a while now. In fact according to Samsung’s own website, the tablets were seemingly confirmed although Samsung has not officially announced anything yet. In fact Samsung was event...

Retina MacBook Air Rumored For Launch This Year

03/26/2014, Back in 2012, Apple launched new MacBook Pro laptops with Retina displays, which are basically MacBook Pros with displays with a higher resolution. Now we’re sure many are wondering if Apple could be applying those Retina displays to the company’s...

Das Keyboard 4 With Multimedia Controls Unveiled

03/26/2014, Keyboards come in all shapes and sizes and they all use different types of key switches. For the most part, most keyboards feature either the scissor-type switch or the rubber dome switch. Both are perfectly fine, although typists and gamers out there...

Video Shows Jailbroken iPad Triple Booting iOS 5, iOS 6, and iOS 7

03/26/2014, iOS 7 is the biggest iOS update that Apple has ever released. Not only does the update dramatically overhaul the design of the user interface, but it has also brought about a change in the way apps are designed. There are also new features that the update...

More Workplaces Starting To Use Mac Computers [Survey]

03/26/2014, In the enterprise, there is a good chance that your work computer is a Windows-based on. Why? Simply because software required for work tends to be created for the Windows platform, not to mention more users are familiar with the Windows interface...

Google Drive Allows You To Edit Images In Slides

03/25/2014, How many of you out there actually make use of Google Drive on a daily basis? I know I do, and there is nothing quite like firing up a quick text document, or a spreadsheet to keep track of where every single dollar and penny have gone to throughout the...

Instagram Hits 200 Million Active Users

03/25/2014, When it comes to the tech world, you can be sure that exponential growth is nothing new at all, in fact, it might seem to be more of the norm than the exception. Having said that, today marks the day that Instagram has seen its community of active users...

Tweets Start To Disappear, Twitter Aware Of It

03/25/2014, Now this is something that even the great David Copperfield is unable to pull off – to make tweets disappear, including the most retweeted tweet of all-time. Twitter users began to ask themselves as of late this afternoon concerning the mysteriously...

Office For iPad Launch Expected On Thursday

03/25/2014, New Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella will host his first major press conference on Thursday. He’s expected to come swinging right off the bat. Previous rumors have suggested that the much awaited Office for iPad might be launched by the end of March. All...

Spotify Premium Is Now 50% Cheaper For US College Students

03/25/2014, Which particular business entity sets out to fail on purpose, and intends to run a charity instead without making some profit to keep it going and growing? None, I suppose, and so the same principle of avoiding defeat while attempting to carve a niche out...