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ASUS ZenPad 8 Hits The US

07/10/2015, Are you on the lookout for a new tablet? If you have answered in the affirmative, then you might be interested to know that the Intel-powered ASUS ZenPad 8 that runs on Android Lollipop has arrived Stateside. The mid-range ZenPad 8 Z580C is now available...

How To Restart Windows Explorer

07/10/2015, It can be very annoying when Windows Explorer suddenly stops responding. Waiting for it to recover is definitely not entertaining and holding the power button to force shutdown your PC is not a recommended option because it could induce data loss. When...

Barnes & Noble To Shutter International Nook Store

07/09/2015, When it comes to e-books and e-readers, there is a good chance your mind might jump to Amazon and their Kindle devices. This isn’t to say that there aren’t other companies who have similar devices and ecosystems, it’s just that Amazon’s dominance...

iOS 9 Public Beta Now Available For Download

07/09/2015, When it comes to seeding beta software, Apple used to only seed it to those part of its developer program. This usually comes with a fee meaning that unless you were extremely curious, chances are you might not be willing to sign up for it. However that...

Mac Sales Up 16.1% In June, PC Sales On The Decline

07/09/2015, When it comes to market share, it is obvious that as much as Apple is trying, they are still very much lagging behind compared to PCs. However it seems that while it might take them a while to catch up, they are at least on the right path. According to...

Gmail Ensures You Get The Mail You Want

07/09/2015, Google’s Gmail is one of the more popular web-based email services out there, never mind the fact that China was accused of blocking it some time at the end of last year. Those who have used Gmail from the early years until now would find it difficult...

How To Rename Multiple Files (Windows)

07/09/2015, Renaming files can be quite a tedious task, and when you have hundreds of files with names such as “DSC01927.JPG”, things just get worse. It can take forever to properly name each file and add them in a sequence. At the same time, many are probably...

Office 2016 For Mac Has Been Released…With A Catch

07/09/2015, We suppose it isn’t a secret that Microsoft is working on Office 2016 for Mac computers, but the good news is that if you were looking forward to using Microsoft’s productivity suite of apps, you’re in luck as the Redmond company has recently...

Microsoft Wi-Fi Now Live For Windows 10 Insiders

07/09/2015, We reported last month that Microsoft would soon be launching a service called Microsoft Wi-Fi, it’s basically a revamped version of the Skype Wi-Fi service that’s already available in many markets. The service will provide users with...

OS X El Capitan Public Beta Out Today

07/09/2015, Apple only used to provide beta software to registered developers previously but it broke this tradition last year by launching a public beta program for Mac owners. It started seeding preview builds to registered public members who were interested in...

IBM Succeeds In Creating Even Smaller Computer Chips

07/09/2015, Ah, the arms race in the world of semiconductors do seem to involve faster speeds and smaller sizes, but it looked as though that we are approaching a point of diminishing returns in terms of performance as opposed to its size. Perhaps there is a new...

‘My Xperia Theft Protection’ Feature May Brick Sony Devices

07/09/2015, Sony has added a new feature to its recent Xperia mobile devices called My Xperia Theft Protection or MXTP, it’s present in devices like the Xperia Z4 Tablet, Xperia C4, Xperia Z4/Z3+ and the Xperia M4 Aqua. The feature provides users with...

Apple Will Turn To Two-Factor Authentication Process

07/09/2015, At the moment Apple relies on a two-step verification process for certain aspects of iOS and OS X. This means that if you were to try and login into one of Apple’s services, you would enter your password and then receive a one-time code to verify that...