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Microsoft Releases Source Code For MS-DOS And Word For Windows

03/25/2014, Ever wondered what made MS-DOS tick? Well, you can now answer that question for yourself thanks to the folks over at Microsoft who have managed to release the source code to the public for both MS-DOS as well as Word for Windows, making it a first from...

NVIDIA GTX Titan Z Has 5760 Cores

03/25/2014, NVIDIA just announced a new monster graphics card: the Titan Z. It is a dual GPU Titan card that features 5760 cores, 12GB of memory and generates 8 TeraFLOPS of compute power – for $2999. That rounds the cost of each core to about 50 cents. This is...

NVIDIA Pascal Architecture Introduced

03/25/2014, At the GTC conference in San Jose, NVIDIA has officially introduced its next-generation architecture called Pascal (after scientist Blaise Pascal). Although it is “a couple of years away”, NVIDIA talked about a few new fundamental architecture changes...

Surface Pro 2 Tablets Apparently Still Using Older Processors

03/24/2014, Earlier this year we reported that Microsoft had quietly updated its Surface Pro 2 tablets with a new processor, specifically that of the Intel Core i5-4300U clocked at 1.9GHz. This is compared to the first iteration of the Surface Pro 2 tablet that was...

Microsoft Infographic Looks Back On The Past 10 Years Of Technology

03/24/2014, Without a doubt technology has improved greatly over the years. In fact 10 years ago there were things that did not exist that we are currently taking advantange of today, and to a certain extent wondering how we managed to live our lives without them....

Google Now Lands On Chrome For Windows And Mac

03/24/2014, If you’re a big Google Now user, then there’s some good news for you. The company has just announced that Google Now cards will now be available on Chrome for Windows and Mac. Ever since its launch, Now has been a mobile-only feature. Its...

Refurbished iPad Air Available From The Online Apple Store

03/24/2014, It has roughly been five months since Apple launched two new tablets, the iPad Air and the Retina iPad mini. Both tablets have had a pretty good run after their release, CEO Tim Cook predicted that it would be an “iPad Christmas,” and it was...

Twitter Could Help Track Flu Across NYC

03/24/2014, Twitter has entered the spotlight over the weekend due to Turkey’s ban on the service recently, but this time around, here is some news on Twitter that might help lighten your mood. I am referring the Twitter being analyzed by a software to figure out...

Microsoft Azure To Usher In A New Era (Rumor)

03/24/2014, Parting is always such sweet sorrow, or so the saying goes. I suppose it is time to bid goodbye to Windows Azure and give Microsoft Azure a nice, big welcome hug. Why so? Apparently, Microsoft intends to rebrand its cloud platform so that it will no...

Yahoo Screen Now On Roku

03/24/2014, Fans of all things Yahoo, here is some good news for you. The Yahoo Screen App that delivers great videos to you, regardless of whether you are sitting comfortably on that couch of yours or on the move, is here. In a nutshell, Yahoo Screen is making its...

Urban Jungle Street View Turns Your World Upside Down

03/24/2014, Ever wondered how life would be like when the world has run its course, and you alongside a few other hapless folk happen to be the last inhabitants left? Buildings end up as temporary homes as the lack of maintenance start to show, and nature takes over...

Dell Venue 8 Pro Receives New BIOS Update

03/23/2014, The Dell Venue 8 Pro has just picked up its fifth BIOS version, and so far from what we have gathered on the ground, it does seem as though response to this BIOS version has been positive – which is a good thing, of course. Those who have given it a...