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Skype For Windows Desktop Comes Out Of Beta

10/29/2014, Skype for Windows desktop has, at long last, dropped its beta tag in the most recent version, and for those who simply cannot wait to obtain the latest versions, this particular one is ready for download now. It was earlier this month when Microsoft made...

Windows 7 OEM Sales To End This October 31st

10/29/2014, Ah, October 31st. It is just nice that Halloween falls on a Friday this year, which means you will be able to attend whatever parties that are being organized right after work, and need not worry about having to go to work the next day since you can cab...

Samsung Website Hints At Galaxy Note 10.1 2015 Edition

10/29/2014, Last year Samsung announced the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet, but what about this year? Strangely enough we had not seen a refresh of the tablet, although in all fairness perhaps Samsung could be focusing on their newer tablets, like the larger 12-inch Note...

Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 13-inch Announced

10/29/2014, Lenovo is expending its Windows Yoga Tablet 2 line with a new 13” model which features a quad-HD (QHD) 2560×1440 IPS display. This size is arguably optimum for Windows, and a lot of users would probably agree that this the best size for using...

Twelve South Unveils BookArc Stand For The Mac Pro

10/29/2014, Twelve South, a company known for their accessories, has recently announced the BookArc. As you can see in the image above, the BookArc is basically a stand of sorts designed for the Mac Pro in mind. Instead of the Mac Pro standing up vertically, the...

Windows 10 Trackpad Gestures Shown Off In New Video

10/29/2014, Mac users often allege that Windows has copied several features from Apple’s desktop OS for Windows. A new video from Microsoft that shows off the Windows 10 trackpad gestures is likely to bring in the same response from that community. Many are...

Apple Exec Explains What Caused The Buggy iOS 8.0.1 Update

10/29/2014, It didn’t take long for social media to become abuzz with complaints from users who saw cell reception on their devices being killed after they updated software to iOS 8.0.1. It was over a month ago when Apple released the incremental iOS 8.0.1...

Google Nexus 9: First Impressions

10/29/2014, The Nexus 6 wasn’t the only new Google device we got to play with today. We also got to toy around with the Nexus 9, the company’s new HTC-designed tablet running Android 5.0 Lollipop. Is the Nexus 9 a giant leap forward or should you just...

Office For Mac 2015 Screenshots Leaked Once Again

10/29/2014, There were many rumors earlier this year about Microsoft releasing the next iteration of Office for Mac by the end of this year but it doesn’t look like that’s going to happen. Contradicting reports claim that the release will now take place...

HP Sprout Brings A Built-In Projector And Touch Mat

10/29/2014, HP’s new PC isn’t something that you would normally find on somebody’s desk. It is a new concept that we heard the company was working on and today it unveiled the product. It is called the HP Sprout and it ditches the traditional...

White House Computer Network Allegedly Hacked

10/29/2014, It does look as though there really isn’t any kind of safe haven available when it comes to the digital world. Word has it that there has been a security breach on an unclassified computer network that was utilized by President’s Obama’s senior...

Facebook Hits Monthly Active User Base Of 1.35 Billion

10/29/2014, Whenever a company experiences growth, that is a good thing most of the time, although there are times when the kind of growth that it experiences does not really manage to be on par with that of its competitors. However, if you happen to be a market...

Amazon Kindle Voyage Does Not Run Third Party Apps & Games

10/29/2014, While it has more or less been a given that the folks over at Amazon have been making available a slew of third party apps as well as games for its range of Kindle eReaders for a number of years already, it looks as though this is not the case with the...