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IBM Verse Email App Intends To Make You More Efficient

11/18/2014, I am quite sure that the first time you dived into the world of emails, you were so enthralled by it, that you simply could not stop yourself from checking your email from time to time each day. Nowadays, it is more of a drag – where plenty of...

OS X Yosemite Wi-Fi Problems Apparently Not Fixed By 10.10.1

11/18/2014, Apart from releasing iOS 8.1.1 for supported iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models yesterday Apple also released OS X Yosemite 10.10.1. This update brings a handful of improvements and fixes for the company’s desktop operating system. It was also...

WhatsApp Starts To Encrypt All Data

11/18/2014, WhatsApp, deemed by many to be one of the most popular instant messaging platforms in the world, has started to encrypt the entirety of its data – and this is by default, too, which is a move that privacy advocates claim would be able to do its bid...

Nokia N1 Android-Powered Tablet Revealed

11/18/2014, Nokia might have pulled out from the smartphone business under the Lumia moniker after coming to an agreement with Microsoft, but this does not mean that their name is no longer holds any value. Just take a look at the newly announced Nokia N1, and you...

HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1 Arrives At The FCC

11/17/2014, When it comes to the world of tablets, there are dime a dozen models for one to choose from. In fact, it can be quite a selection headache if you do not have an idea on what you are looking for. Having said that, with each piece of consumer electronics...

Android 5.0 Lollipop Seems To Have Flashlight Bug

11/17/2014, So, you’re pleased as punch that your Nexus device has Android 5.0 Lollipop running on it, as you give a smug look to the rest of your friends who are still stuck on Android 4.4.4 KitKat. Having said that, this major OS update does have at least a bug...

Note Sharing And Real-Time Collaboration Comes To Google Keep

11/17/2014, Have you used Google Keep before? This app has its fair share of advantages for sure, but it does not seem to get all that frequent updates as compared to the rest of the Google ensemble. Hence, Google Keep has more or less remained rather simple when it...

China Tops Supercomputer Rankings List

11/17/2014, The list for the Top 500 supercomputers in the world is updated twice a year, and it used to be an extremely exciting race, but in recent times, it starts to hark back to a period of domination by one particular nation, making it a whole lot more...

AT&T Introduces Plan That Offers Another 5GB Data For Free

11/17/2014, Christmas might be more than a month away, but this does not mean that there is no need to be a little bit more cheerful from now on, even. Mobile carrier AT&T intends to introduce a plan which will allow users to enjoy an additional 5GB of data...

iMessage Goes Down For Users Around The World

11/17/2014, If you checked Twitter or Facebook in the last five minutes or so you’ll already know what I am talking about. It seems that about half an hour back iMessage went down. Many users have taken to social networks like Twitter or Facebook to report that...

New York City Approves Use Of Chromebooks In Public Schools

11/17/2014, Education is one market segment where Chromebooks are increasingly becoming popular. There might be a couple of reasons behind this, one certainly can’t discount the relatively cheap prices of Chromebooks, and the fact that they’re powered by...