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iPad Pro’s Display Panels To Be Supplied By Samsung [Rumor]

09/30/2014, Word on the street has it that Apple could be thinking about creating a larger iPad called the iPad Pro which would sport a massive 12.9-inch display, and would presumably allow it to compete against the likes of the Microsoft Surface Pro 3. According to...

OS X Yosemite GM Candidate 1.0 Released For Developers

09/30/2014, Looks like Apple doesn’t want Microsoft to hog the OS spotlight today with its announcement of Windows 10. As Microsoft was unveiling its next iteration of Windows, Apple quietly pushed out the first GM Candidate for OS X Yosemite, a firm indicator...

Windows 10 Is Next Microsoft Windows Version Name

09/30/2014, Forget everything that you have heard about Windows 9 – that is not going to be the next version of Microsoft’s Windows operating system, as it looks as though Microsoft has decided to skip a number and go straight for Windows 10. Could they be...

Popcorn Time For iOS Released

09/30/2014, If you’re someone who isn’t really concerned about the legality of watching pirated TV shows and movies then Popcorn Time is meant for you. It is often referred to as the Netflix for pirates and has been around on the desktop and Android for...

Windows 9 Free Upgrade May Not Be Available For All

09/30/2014, At an event later today Microsoft is expected to make some announcements regarding the next iteration of its desktop operating system. Rumor has it that the new OS is going to be called Windows 9 and that it will be offered as a free upgrade to any and...

Windows TH Moniker Spotted On Microsoft Landing Page

09/30/2014, Later today we can expect Microsoft to make some kind of Windows-related announcement, which many have speculated could be about the next-generation Windows. At the moment some are calling it Windows 9 due to the natural progression after Windows 8, but...

Windows 9 Could Come With Real-Time Telemetry System

09/30/2014, If the reports are to be believed, later today we could be given a preview of Microsoft’s next-generation Windows operating system, which at the moment could either be known as Windows 9 or Windows Threshold, depending on which rumor you buy into. That...

ASUS VivoMini Revealed

09/29/2014, ASUS did reveal the ASUS Chromebox officially earlier this year, where that particular model would definitely have kept the ChromeOS crowd happy with a relatively affordable portable computing device. However, perhaps it is time to move on to bigger and...

New HP Stream Tablets And Laptops Announced

09/29/2014, If you’re looking for affordable tablets and laptops, it seems that Microsoft and HP have you covered. HP has recently announced two new tablets and laptops that HP will be adding to its Stream family. The tablets will be priced starting as low as $99,...

Apple Issues OS X Update That Addresses Bash Bug

09/29/2014, A few days ago, we reported on a bug called Bash that some security researchers believed was just as bad as the Heartbleed bug, if not worse. The bug affected computers running on Linux as well as Apple’s OS X platform. Apple has since reassured that...

Retina 27-inch iMacs With AMD GPUs Rumored For October Launch

09/29/2014, According to hints from a couple of months ago, Apple is apparently working on a Retina iMac. Rumors then surfaced earlier this month that seemed to suggest a possible launch this fall, and now thanks to a variety of reports, word has it that Apple could...

iOS 8.1, 8.2 And 8.3 Development Reportedly Underway

09/29/2014, A couple of weeks back Apple released iOS 8.0 to the public finally after showing it off at WWDC 2014 earlier this year. Soon after the release Apple rolled out an incremental update, iOS 8.0.1, but that turned out to be a disaster. The issues were fixed...