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Bing Does Predictions

04/21/2014, When it comes to search engines, one must give a nod to their ability to process trillions of signals in order to give a reflection on what is happening in the actual world that we live in. In fact, during the presidential elections in 2012, Bing saw...

HTC Could Deliver Nexus 8 (Rumor)

04/21/2014, It does seem that the upcoming Nexus 8 will not see Asus as the manufacturer, but rather, there are whispers going around touting that beleaguered firm HTC will be the one behind the Nexus 8. According to DigiTimes, “upstream supply chain”...

Former Apple Exec Thinks The iPad Needs To Be More MacBook-like

04/21/2014, The iPad is one of the products released by Apple that took the world by storm. Tablets have been around for a while but it’s safe to say that with the iPad, things really started to catch on and we’re starting to see a lot more tablets compared to...

Microsoft Office Mix Lets You Sign Up For Preview

04/20/2014, I guess you can say that it would be a whole lot more disastrous in terms of productivity if an app, or a suite of apps such as Microsoft Office were to be crippled in a day, as opposed to say, Twitter, Instagram or Facebook going down for a while. The...

Xiaomi’s Tablet Could Launch On The 23rd Of April

04/20/2014, When it comes to creating tablets, Xiaomi might not necessarily be a company that comes to mind. Smartphones maybe, tablets not really. In any case thanks to a recent teaser by the company (via GizChina), it seems that they could be unveiling a new tablet...

BlackBerry’s CEO “Really Likes” The Idea Tablet

04/20/2014, The BlackBerry Playbook is BlackBerry’s first attempt at a tablet and while we have been hearing rumors that BlackBerry is planning on a Playbook successor, well safe to say we haven’t really seen or heard anything since. This isn’t to say that...

Chrome High DPI: How To Enable It In Windows 8, 8.1 (v34+)

04/18/2014, It’s not news that the Chrome support for high DPI (hiDPI) has been a work in progress for some time, and within the past year or so, the proliferation of high DPI displays on laptops has made the need for good high dpi support even more important. I...

Next-Gen iPad Air Spotted In Leaked Photos (Rumor)

04/18/2014, It does seem as though Apple’s iPad Air is due for a hardware revamp, and new photos have hit the Internet, depicting the purported next generation iPad Air that will sport a bonded display. Now, do bear in mind that this happens to be a rumor since...

Chuwi Cloned Lenovo’s Android-Powered Yoga Tablets

04/18/2014, Chuwi, the Chinese relative of Chewbacca – no, I jest, they happen to be a China-based device manufacturer, and their latest Android-powered tablet seemed to have taken a major page right out of Lenovo’s Yoga range of tablets that run on the...

Project Loon Tests LTE In Nevada (Rumor)

04/17/2014, We have heard about Google’s Project Loon before, where this initiative intends to bring Internet connectivity to the masses using air balloons that float up high in the sky. It takes less than a month to make its way across the world, and has the...

Canonical Reveals Ubuntu 14.04 Desktop

04/17/2014, Time certainly flies, don’t you think so? It has been half a dozen months already since the Saucy Salamander install rolled out. This time around, the folks over at Canonical is pushing out the most recent version of its popular Linux distro, calling it...

Zynga Goes Back To Basics With FarmVille 2: Country Escape

04/17/2014, Zynga’s FarmVille was once very popular. You would receive dozens of requests from people on Facebook who played the game. It was designed in way that players often needed to request their friends on Facebook to join in just to progress beyond a...

Madison For Android Declares War On In-App Advertisements

04/17/2014, Developers often offer ad-free and ad-supported versions of their applications. This way they can continue to earn money without leaving a subset of users out. Those who want to pay for the app can do so and not see any ads. Those who don’t want to...

Twitter Introduces ‘App Install’ Ads

04/17/2014, We recently reported that Twitter is toying with multiple new ad products, most of which it is expected to launch soon. The microblogging network today launched an ad product that has been a hit for Facebook. “App Install” ads contain a short...