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Dual-Core Computer pcDuino3 Costs Just A Benjamin

06/19/2014, To get a sense of perspective on the theory of relativity, the recently introduced $1,099 21” iMac is touted to be cheap – at least for an Apple desktop, and here we are with (an arguably far weaker) a $99 dual-core computer that is simply known...

Android 4.4.4 KitKat Arrives On Stock Nexus Devices

06/19/2014, If you happen to own the Google Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 7 and/or Nexus 10, then you might want to sit up and pay careful attention. After all, a software update is like a booster shot in the arm of a particular hardware, where most of the time, they...

Anatomedia Website Gives No Rest To The Departed

06/19/2014, If you feel a little bit queasy in the stomach whenever you come across corpses, then you might want to give this particular website a miss – Anatomedia. After all, those with the necessary intestinal fortitude would find Anatomedia useful, since it...

How To Install Plex Media Server

06/19/2014, There are a few software options to stream content to the TV, just to name a few, XBMC, Windows Media Center and MythTV (Linux based). As cool and functional as they are none of them support remote streaming as Plex Media Server does. It is based on a...

Toshiba Encore 2 Tablets Unveiled

06/18/2014, When it comes to the world of tablets, most of the time we would see folks groove to Android- or iOS-powered models, with Windows 8 being an afterthought. Well, this has not stopped the folks over at Toshiba from introducing a couple of new Windows...

Apple’s New Cheap iMac’s RAM Is Not User Upgradeable

06/18/2014, Just yesterday Apple unveiled a new iMac in their lineup that would cost $1,099. This is $200 cheaper than the base model from before, but at the same time there were some compromises that one had to make in order to make it cheaper. For starters the...

Samsung Milk Music Expanded To Select Tablets

06/18/2014, Earlier this year Samsung launched Milk Music. Its a music streaming service exclusively available for the users of the company’s mobile devices. Ever since its launch the service has been exclusive to users of Samsung’s smartphones but today...

Adobe Ink and Adobe Slide Connected Stylus and Ruler for iPad

06/18/2014, Today, Adobe introduced two new pieces of hardware to enhance the drawing experience on tablets, namely the stylus Adobe Ink and the connected ruler Adobe Slide. Adobe Ink is a three-sided stylus for iPad running iOS7 that features 2048 pressure levels,...

FBI Has 83 Page Shorthand Internet Slang Glossary

06/18/2014, To know your enemy or to understand someone, you would first need to walk in his or her shoes, see things from their perspective, and at the very least you would have an inkling of what they are going through. The FBI is a governmental agency that...

Apple Introduces 21.5-inch iMac Starting At $1,099

06/18/2014, According to last week’s rumor, Apple was supposed to launch new and cheaper iMacs this week and sure enough they did. For those who are shopping about for a new iMac, you might be pleased to learn that Apple has refreshed its iMac lineup and has...

NVIDIA P1761W “Tablet” Appears On FCC

06/17/2014, The folks over at NVIDIA do seem as though they are working on a new next-generation tablet, where such a device has already made its way to the FCC for approval. This yet to be announced device carries the model number NVIDIA P1761W, but other than that,...