02/28/2014, Earlier this year, Samsung announced a couple of new tablets, one of them was the Samsung Galaxy NotePro 12.2, and back in 2013, LG announced their own tablet as well in the form of the LG G Pad 8.3. Both devices have since been made available but if you wanted the LTE model, you might be interested to learn that Verizon is gearing up to sell both tablets come 6th […]
02/28/2014, It seems that Microsoft might have something to celebrate, according to a recent announcement made by the company. It turns out that Microsoft and the Los Angeles Unified School District have managed to come to an agreement in which it will see the entire district use Microsoft’s Office 365 as its cloud-based email solution for staff members and students.
02/27/2014, You might want to take out your calendar and circle April 8th, as that is the particular day that support for Windows XP ends. There is always a silver lining behind a dark cloud, and Microsoft could very well introduce Windows 8.1 on the day that support for Windows XP ends this coming April. Just how did this particular rumor come about? Well,Neowin cited a tweet from Supersite for Windows, […]
02/27/2014, It is pretty difficult to live in a politically correct environment these days, where everything that you say needs to be weighed extremely carefully so as not to offend any party out there. Well, tact and wisdom needs to be applied all the time, so it is rather surprising to see for ourselves that a block in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, has appeared on Google Maps as the “West 8th Street drug […]
02/27/2014, All good things must come to an end, and concerning the Hulu service in Japan which was launched nearly three years back, being a first-of-its-kind subscription video on demand service in the market, it seems that Hulu will be selling off its Japan operations to a strategic buyer. The interested party would be Nippon Television Network Corporation (Nippon TV), who will take over the day-to-day operations as well as management […]
02/27/2014, They say that knowledge is power, but I would like to think otherwise. Knowledge is potential power if you know how to leverage it, and ASUS intends to “educate” the masses with what they have in store for the future where its Android 4.4 KitKat devices are concerned. In fact, a list of which particular device from ASUS’ stables that will be on the receiving end of this operating system […]
02/27/2014, The modern day smartphone and computer loves to help us multitask, but some things in life simply does not make for such an allowance. For instance, those who tried to cook and perform a search on the Internet simultaneously would not be too pleased with either result – not only will your keyboard or tablet get stained, but you might miss out one crucial ingredient or overcook your dish. Fret […]
02/27/2014, After teasing the new Mac Pro at WWDC 2013, Apple finally released the computer towards the end of 2013. While the new Mac Pro boasted a brand new and very unique design that was packed with powerful hardware, it seems that the demand for the computers could be higher than what Apple had anticipated as they were having difficulty keeping up with demand. We have seen shipping times slip to […]
02/27/2014, For PC building enthusiasts, chances are you might have heard of the Lian Li brand when looking for computer casings to house your hardware in. Lian Li has built a name and a reputation for themselves for creating sleek, high quality cases with pretty decent cooling, which is why it is not surprising that they have gained the reputation that they have. However it seems that Lian Li is trying […]
02/27/2014, It was not too long ago when there was a brand new Windows 8.1 Update 1 build which leaked onto the Internet, where it was given the label “Windows 8.1 with Bing.” Taking into consideration how Bing SmartSearch happens to be part of Windows 8.1 already, this has led to many people thinking just what this mysterious SKU is all about when the real deal is introduced to the masses […]
02/27/2014, The Google Now launcher debuted with Nexus 5, and even though people found a way to extract it from the smartphone and offer it for other devices, a stable build wasn’t released until yesterday. Google Now launcher is now available for download via the Play Store, albeit only for Nexus and Google Play Edition devices. Android users need not worry, there is a method to get this popular launcher up […]
02/27/2014, Boy, it is not too long after we brought you word that Facebook Messenger for Windows would shut down this coming March 3rd, and here we are with word that on the very same day itself, Facebook Messenger for Firefox, too, would also shut down. This similar kill date points to the sentiment at Facebook, that the social networking giant is not too interested in working on desktop apps. Facebook […]
02/27/2014, Mac OS X 10.6, better known as Snow Leopard, is almost four and a half years old. The last security update for this iteration was released back in September 2013. It was left out in the update released in December, as well as in the one released day before yesterday. Most recent OS X update brings fixes for OS X 10.7, 10.8 and 10.9, but leaves out Snow Leopard. While […]
02/27/2014, Those who use the standalone Facebook Messenger for Windows desktop client on their PCs today got a message from the social network in the client itself. Facebook has confirmed that it is shutting down this standalone client because it can no longer support it. Monday, March 3rd is the day when Facebook Messenger for Windows ultimately bites the dust.