All the stories tagged with: Computers
05/22/2013, The unreleased Toshiba AT10LE-A has made the customary FCC stop, prompting rumors that an official announcement of this tablet is just around the corner.
05/22/2013, Twitter for Mac update has been release today.This update finally bring integration of this app with OS X Notification Center.
05/22/2013, So you are hoping that someone with a pair of Google Glass might actually be careless enough to lose this unique and I would go so far out on a limb to say that it is highly sought after, too, [...]
05/22/2013, Pandora finally makes it possible to share your musical tastes on Facebook.
05/22/2013, Now I know that for some of us, it is no big deal when it comes to pronunciation. After all, you say “to-mah-to’, I say ‘to-may-to’, you say ‘po-tah-to’, I say ‘po-tay-to’. Well, some others out there are rather more [...]
05/22/2013, This smartphone stand features a cat that looks to be scratching your phone. Weird.
05/22/2013, While we are moving into a world with products that prefer to rely on flash based storage instead of traditional storage devices such as hard drives, this does not mean that hard drive solutions are being abandoned altogether. No sir, [...]
05/22/2013, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic may be headed to the iPad.
05/22/2013, Logitech is introducing its wired keyboard for iPad to be used in classrooms.
05/22/2013, Google rolled out an update for its Chrome web browser to include conversational search.
05/21/2013, For our friends and neighbor living in the Great White North, here is news for you that should be able to put a skip in your step – with the introduction of Amazon Cloud Drive in Canada, now enabling customers [...]
05/21/2013, IBM Watson smartphone apps made by various IBM partners are expected to be released in the next few months.
05/21/2013, The beta of Chrome app launcher for Mac OS X has been released. It presents an easy way to launch Chrome web apps from the desktop.
05/21/2013, An 802.11ac next generation Wi-Fi card allegedly slated for new 2013 Macbook lineup has popped up online. 802.11ac is the new Wi-Fi standard, enabling speeds of up to 1.3Gbps.