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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...

Skype For Web Beta Revealed

11/14/2014, Skype does seem to be the next best thing since sliced bread, as it has done its fair bit to help break down the barriers of communication across continents using the Internet, and has already been one of the pioneers where real-time voice and video...

Amazon Family Library Now Available To Latest Kindle eReaders

11/14/2014, With the Amazon Family Library, those who happen to live under the same roof as you will be able to share the likes of books, movies as well as music across many different devices. For instance, if you had made a purchase of a song via your Amazon...

Project Tango With 4GB RAM Appears On Play Store

11/14/2014, Now here is a rather large tablet that we might not have noticed before – the Project Tango from Google which is accompanied by 4GB RAM, having made an appearance over at the Play Store. This is the first Project Tango tablet which actually made its...

Austrian Airlines To Equip Pilots With Microsoft Tablets

11/13/2014, When it boils down to flying, there are many different kinds of checks and balances that need to be made, and pilots do have to be technologically savvy in order to ensure that they will be able to fly a whole plane-load of people to their destination...

Wal-Mart Managers Told To Match Prices With Amazon

11/13/2014, The next price war is about to start, or so it seems, as we have received word from Reuters that Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has already informed their managers of the green light to go ahead and match prices with Amazon.com Inc., in addition to the prices of...

Wi-Fi Bug Hits Android 5.0 Lollipop Users

11/13/2014, It seems that the mysterious Wi-Fi bug is still affecting those out there who are rocking to a mobile device that runs on the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop mobile operating system. Reports have been trickling in to the developer-preview website, where it...

Retina iMacs Shipping Times Slip To 2-3 Weeks On Apple’s Website

11/13/2014, Back in October, Apple took the wraps off their new iMac. It is a beast of a machine with a 27-inch 5K display and some decent specs under the hood, but it also came with a rather hefty price tag of $2,500 as its base price. With such an expensive price...