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Razer Ripsaw Capture Card Announced

03/29/2016, Razer has long been in the industry of rolling out gaming machines as well as peripherals which reside on the high end side of things. Having said that, it looks like their latest release, the Razer Ripsaw, is a USB3.0, Full HD capable device that will...

Killer Instinct Now Available On Windows 10 PCs

03/29/2016, Killer Instinct, a title that has gained its fair share of followers over the years (despite the change in developer for the Xbox One version), is now available for those who are rocking to computers that run on the Windows 10 operating system. If you...

AT&T Intends To Increase Home Broadband Plans’ Data Limits

03/29/2016, It look like those who are existing subscribers of AT&T’s home broadband plans will be pleased to hear that the company intends to raise the data limits on its home broadband plans, and not only that, those who are extremely heavy consumers would...

Second Round Of iPhone SE And iPad Pro 9.7 Pre-Orders Open

03/29/2016, You know for sure that in recent times, anything that Apple comes up with is more or less sure to be a hit – and there will be many people who look forward to picking up their devices, whether they are jumping from a different ecosystem or simply...

Acer Unveils New Chromebook With 14 Hour Battery Life

03/29/2016, Acer today launched a new Chromebook which it claims to be the first product of its kind to offer 14 hour battery life. The Acer Chromebook 14 is also the company’s first model with a 14 inch display and an all-aluminum body. Like all Chromebooks,...

Wrong House Demolished After Google Maps Misrepresentation

03/28/2016, Do you think that we rely on technology a wee bit too much, especially when it comes to navigation? When was the last time you drove without relying on the likes of Waze to get you to your destination in a familiar place, simply because you do not trust...

BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition Available For Pre-Order

03/28/2016, What makes the BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition so special? For starters, this happens to be the world’s first Ubuntu tablet, and it is now available for pre-orders to the masses, as it brings together not only PCs but also mobile devices to boot. This...

Facebook Apologizes For Safety Check Bug

03/28/2016, Facebook has stepped forward to issue an apology concerning a bug that it discovered in its Safety Check alert system. This came after such an alert system dispatched notifications falsely to check if folks were all right after the deadly Easter Sunday...

Surface Book Gets A $100 Discount

03/28/2016, Microsoft has received a lot of praise for its first notebook and the product appears to have done well in the market as well. In order to give people an incentive to purchase its notebook instead of those from its competitors, Microsoft has decided to...

iOS 9.3 Also Crashes iPhone 6s, 6s Plus

03/27/2016, It looks like iOS 9.3, having been released a week or so ago, has not been all that plain sailing after all. Those who are rocking to an iPhone 6s or an iPhone 6s Plus with iOS 9.3 installed would find that selected apps simply do not run well at all, or...

New Phone Buyers Might Need To Register With Personal ID

03/27/2016, It looks like purchasing a new handset might get a wee bit more complicated than just having an exchange in money or swiping a credit card. Jackie Speier, a California Congresswoman, has proposed a new bill which will make it compulsory for new phone...

Microsoft Apologizes For Its Racist AI Chatbot

03/27/2016, As part of an experiment on conversational understanding for artificial intelligence, Microsoft recently introduced an AI chatbot called Tay. The chatbot was linked up to Twitter and people could tweet at it to get a response. It didn’t take more...

Interactive Live Tiles For Windows 10 Might Be Unveiled Soon

03/27/2016, Live Tiles are an essential part of the Windows user experience and it appears that Microsoft is set to improve them in a big way. Over the years, the company has made several updates to make Live Tiles more useable but the next update might be the...