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NVIDIA Driver Update Pulled After User Complaints

03/08/2016, Updates are usually welcome because they bring to the table improvements, bug fixes, optimizations, and so on. However sometimes updates can cause trouble, as is the case with the latest NVIDIA GeForce driver 364.47 which NVIDIA has since pulled due to...

Facebook Could Detect Popular Slangs Before They Be So

03/08/2016, With so many users on Facebook (to the tune of 1.59 billion monthly active users), you can be sure that this is a large enough sample pool for the social network company to draw upon when it comes to detecting purchase patterns, usage patterns, and even...

Google Street View Makes South African Safari Accessible To Everyone

03/08/2016, I remember talking to some retired folk close to a couple of decades ago, and they did mention that there is no longer any more need to travel the world since you can view all of those amazing places right from the comfort of your living room through the...

Mid-2010 MacBook Pros Now Marked As Obsolete

03/08/2016, If you bought a MacBook Pro in mid-2010, you might be interested to learn that both the 15-inch and 17-inch models have now been marked as obsolete by Apple, along with the early 2009 Xserve. That being said, we suppose given that the laptops are now 6...

Watch Teens React To Windows 95

03/08/2016, Windows 95 was released more than 20 years ago. It has since been succeeded by a bunch of Windows versions, but safe to say that it was really Windows 95 that kicked off the whole Start Menu design that we’ve all come to know and love today. Now if...

iOS Users Are Reporting Ghost Emails From 1970

03/08/2016, Last month we reported on a weird bug on Apple’s iOS devices in which if you were to set your clock to the 1st of January, 1970, it will cause your phone to brick. Apple has since issued a fix that addresses the problem, but unfortunately it looks like...

Google Photos For iOS Updated With Live Photos Support

03/07/2016, Google Photos is a great app if you’re looking for a place to backup your photos, and the best part is that if you don’t mind keeping your photos below the 16MP resolution, Google Photos will even back it up for free. That being said, Google Photos...

Samsung SM-T585 Spotted In Benchmark

03/07/2016, To see Samsung devices appear in benchmark tests is nothing new, in fact, it is more or less one of the ways where we snoop around to gather information on upcoming devices. Well, it seems that there is a new tablet that is set to be revealed by the South...

Internet Archive Offers Apple II Games For Your Web Browser

03/07/2016, The Internet Archive is the place to go if you would like to experience your fair share of nostalgia on a computer. In other words, classic gaming titles have been revived – be they MS-DOS games, Windows 3.1 software, or even old PC viruses that...

Microsoft Might Launch New Windows 10 Devices Early Next Year

03/07/2016, A new report claims that Microsoft is going to launch several Windows 10-powered devices early next year and that’s said to be the reason why Microsoft has decided to delay the second big feature update for Windows 10 to 2017 as well. None of his...

Mac Users Targeted By Ransomware Campaign

03/06/2016, There are many who are inclined to believe that Mac computers are less susceptible to hacks or viruses compared to Windows, which unfortunately isn’t particularly true. In fact just over the weekend, it has been reported by Mac users were targeted by a...

New Samsung Notebook 9 Ultrabooks Go On Sale

03/06/2016, Earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show 2016 Samsung made an aggressive comeback onto the PC laptop scene. The company launched two new Notebook 9 ultrabooks in 15 inch and 13 inch display sizes. The new notebooks promise speed and productivity...

Amazon Promises To Bring Back Encryption To Fire Devices

03/06/2016, It was reported earlier this week that Amazon has quietly ended encryption support for its devices that are powered by its Fire OS platform, the devices include Fire tablets and the Amazon Fire Phone. The company rolled out an update for these devices...

HTC Vive Will Also Be Available In Optimized PC Bundles

03/04/2016, Wondering if your computer will be powerful enough to handle the HTC Vive? If you are curious, HTC has a tool that lets you check to see if your computer is up to scratch. However in case your computer isn’t capable, or if you were planning on buying a...