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Japan Display Develops 10-Inch 4K Tablet Screens

04/23/2014, There are several tablet options available in the market that offer high resolution displays. The iPad Air has a 2,048×1,536 pixel resolution display and Google’s Nexus 10 ups that with a 2,560×1,600 panel. What about 4K though? It may be...

iPad Dominates U.S. Tablet Market But Others Are Catching Up

04/23/2014, Apple’s products enjoy a great presence on its home turf but recently it has been coming under a lot of pressure from its rivals. Still though it may take them some time to truly catch up with Apple, at least in the tablet market. Stats published by...

Toshiba Canvio AeroMobile Wireless SSD Announced

04/23/2014, We have made our attempts at going paperless, but there is no less effort when it comes to being wireless, too. Wi-Fi networks are all over the place these days, and it is more rare to find a coffee shop or public area with no Wi-Fi connectivity, than one...

China Thinks Windows 8 Is ‘Expensive’

04/23/2014, Windows XP has, at long last, arrived at the end of its support life earlier this month, but this does not mean that millions of other machines, homes, and organizations still make use of Windows XP as their operating system of choice. Some of them do not...

T-Mobile To Offer Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 In The Summer

04/23/2014, T-Mobile has been doing their bit to offer a greater degree of freedom as well as choice to wireless consumers in the U.S., and in their latest announcement, it does seem as though the masses will be able to lay hold of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 later this...

Bing In Classroom Arrives At All U.S. Schools

04/23/2014, Microsoft intends to do their bit in giving the next generation of kids a taste of the Bing search engine by offering the ad-free Bing for Schools search engine across all schools in the U.S. This would cover all eligible kindergarten to 12th grade...

Google Street View Lets You Perform ‘Time Travel’

04/23/2014, If there is one thing that is certainly impossible at this point in time, it would be time travel, as the most brilliant brains around have yet to “crack” this particular “code” to have us turn back the clock and change history. Well, pseudo-time...

Research On Facebook Unfriending Impact

04/22/2014, A couple of studies from the University of Colorado Denver has revealed new insight into the most common kind of ‘friend’ who is unfriended on one of the most popular social networks around, Facebook, as well as the unfriended person’s...

Samsung SM-T2588 Is An Unknown 7-Inch Device

04/22/2014, Samsung is definitely quite the adept hand when it comes to rolling out mobile devices of all sizes, ranging from the entry level to the mid-range and going all the way to the high end spectrum. Well, an unknown quantity from Samsung, the SM-T2558, has...

Samsung Galaxy Note Pro Gets FCC Approval

04/22/2014, The Samsung SM-P907A was first talked about in December last year, where it has been rumored that this particular device would eventually make its way to AT&T in due time, being the mobile carrier’s very own version of the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2. It...

Apple Opens OS X Beta To Non-Developers

04/22/2014, When it comes to getting your hands on Apple’s beta products, like iOS or OS X beta, you will need to register yourself as a developer which also meant that you’d have to fork out $99 a year. Sure it’s a small price to pay to be able to access...

Twitter Could Help Predict Crime

04/22/2014, Ah, it looks as though we are staring down at the possibility of a Minority Report future – where crimes can be “predicted”, and the perpetrators brought to justice even before anything has been committed, truly bringing new meaning to the adage...

Second Windows 8.1 Major Update To Arrive In August (Rumor)

04/22/2014, While Windows 8.1 saw its first major update roll out last week, word on the street has it that this will not be the last, as the second has been rumored to make its way to the masses later this coming August. ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley claimed that her...

Dell UP3214Q Review (UltraSharp 32 4K Monitor)

04/22/2014, After being available to tablets and smartphone for a while, high DPI displays have made their way to laptops, and now to desktop computers. As you can imagine, producing a large display panel with this kind of pixel density is difficult, but as always,...