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OS X Yosemite 10.10.1 Update Fixes Wi-Fi Reliability Issues

11/17/2014, Today is a great day for you if you have been waiting on a new piece of software from Apple. The company didn’t just have one release up its sleeve today. After rolling out iOS 8.1.1 for all supported devices, which not only fixes bugs but improves...

iOS 8.1.1 Update Improves Performance On Old Devices

11/17/2014, We had been hearing that Apple was working on a new incremental software update for iOS and today it has finally landed. A few moments back Apple started rolling out iOS 8.1.1 for all iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models. The new software brings a host of...

US State Department’s Unclassified Email System Breached

11/17/2014, It goes without saying, that once a platform goes digital, it is more or less open to being hacked, no matter how secure it is. Apparently, the latest hacking incident would involve the U.S. State Department’s unclassified email systems, which...

HP Stream 11 Being Promoted By Microsoft

11/17/2014, While the HP Stream 11 went on sale at the end of last month, this does not mean that this little notebook that could does not deserve a little bit of advertising on its part, or promotion. After all, the overall cost of picking up a Windows-powered...

World’s Fastest Supercomputer In 2017 To Reside In Tennessee?

11/16/2014, The arms race in terms of computer power is not one that is set to cease and desist anytime soon. If anything, it does look as though the competition is going to get a whole lot fiercer down the road. What you see above is just for illustration purposes...

AT&T Ceases Use Of Controversial ‘Perma-Cookie’

11/16/2014, Cookies are delicious to chew on whenever you are looking for a quick sugar fix, but when it comes to the world of computers, cookies are used to keep track of visitors over on the Internet to various websites, so that the site would know whether you have...

Ematic EWT716 Hits The FCC

11/16/2014, Ematic is a name that some of us might be familiar with, especially when one deals with plenty of hugely affordable Android-powered tablets. Well, it does look as though the company is heading into a slightly different direction – they are about to...

Sync Up Launched

11/16/2014, Both Barnes & Noble and NOOK Media have announced that they recently introduced a brand new program that is known as Sync Up, where Sync Up is touted to deliver a rather generous discount when it comes to select eBooks whenever you decide to pick up...

Nexus 7 (2013) Facing Video Playback Issues Post-Android 5.0 Update

11/16/2014, Heads up Nexus 7 (2013) owners, if you have received the notification informing you that the Android 5.0 Lollipop update is available for download, or if you were planning on flashing the ROM manually, we suppose you could go ahead and update it, although...

Intel Will Reportedly Stop Subsidizing Android Tablets In 2015

11/16/2014, When it comes to mobile devices like smartphones and tablets, ARM’s architecture is widely used by the likes of Qualcomm, Apple, Samsung, NVIDIA, and so on. Intel has tried to get a foot in the door although Intel-based mobile devices aren’t as...

MaxPad Windows TV Revealed

11/14/2014, Just in case you were wondering on how Windows 8.1 would look like on a large display, the time to stop using your imagination is in the here and now. Enter the MaxPad, where it is touted to be the first Windows multi-touch TV in the world which can be...