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Junaio Augmented Reality Browser Revealed

03/20/2014, Metaio has just revealed the latest version of the Junaio Augmented Reality Browser, where it will bring along with it new design, real-time POI visualization and browser interoperability. I suppose you would be able to have full confidence in the...

Initiative Harnesses The Sun To Power Computers In Uganda

03/20/2014, When it comes to stable running electricity, there are still some parts of the world which do not have access to it, which really makes us think about it and how we should not be taking our facilities, so readily available, for granted. With schools these...

8.9-inch Google Nexus Tablet Rumored To Be In The Works

03/20/2014, So we have been hearing rumors that Google could be planning on launching a Nexus 8 tablet. The tablet will supposedly feature an 8-inch display although according to recent reports, it seems that the device might instead feature a display closer to...

Samsung Galaxy Pro Ad Criticizes The iPad And Microsoft Surface

03/20/2014, Back at CES 2014 earlier this year, Samsung took the wraps off two new tablets: the Galaxy Note Pro and the Galaxy Tab Pro. These are some of Samsung’s higher-end tablets and they come packed with pretty impressive hardware, like powerful processors and...

Microsoft’s free OneNote vaults to top of Mac App Store chart

03/19/2014, When whispers of the OneNote app from Microsoft were confirmed through the release of the app just a few days later, it is interesting to note the level of ‘success’, so to speak, of Microsoft’s free OneNote app for Mac. In fact, the app had already...

Konami Code Easter Egg Appears On Google’s Voice Search

03/19/2014, The famous Konami Code is back again, and this time around it would be Google’s very own Voice Search that offers you access to unlimited free Google searches. Yes, that was a joke, as performing a Google search does not cost you any money at all in the...

Microsoft Employee Responsible For Windows 8 Leaks Arrested

03/19/2014, Leaking information like company information, software, and so on can land a person in pretty hot water. If you might recall it was about a couple of years ago when copies of Windows 8 began making their way around the internet? It was discovered that a...

AVAST Criticizes Microsoft For Abandoning Windows XP

03/19/2014, As many of you guys have heard by now, Microsoft will soon be putting an end to support for the Windows XP operating system. Given that the platform is a little more than a decade old and with at least three generations behind, it is understandable that...

Bing Shows Off Travel Time And Mileage For Driving Directions

03/19/2014, You know what they say – better late than never, but it always makes sense to plan your day better so that you will be on time – or at least, early to your appointment. Bing, Microsoft’s search engine, has already received a scientific...

Toshiba 4K Satellite P50t Laptops Set To Arrive

03/19/2014, We have seen how Toshiba rolled out their range of laptops in the past, and this time around, what has been revealed at CES 02014 in January earlier this year looks set to arrive in the US before summer hits. Take the Satellite 50t for instance –...

Samsung SM-T700 Tablet Spotted On GFXBench With 359PPI Display

03/19/2014, A few days ago, we caught wind that Samsung could be working on a new tablet under the model SM-T805. The tablet, based on its UA profile, appeared to pack some pretty impressive specs, one of which was its 2560×1600 display. Well it turns out that...