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Leaked Windows Build Offers A Look At The Start Menu

07/13/2014, A build of the next major Windows update is believed to have leaked online. Microsoft has already said that it is going to bring back the start menu in the next major update. A screenshot that appeared online today gives us a look at how the Start menu...

Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet Gets CyanogenMod Nightly Builds

07/13/2014, Sony unveiled the Xperia Z2 tablet earlier this year and both Wi-Fi as well as LTE variants of the device are now available for purchase in the U.S. Those who picked one up and now want to flash a custom ROM on it are in luck. The folks at Cyanogen have...

Safari Blocks Older Flash Plug-Ins Because Of Security Issues

07/10/2014, Apple did send out a security message late today, citing that the company has taken the relevant steps to block out old versions of Adobe’s Flash Player plug-in when it comes to the Safari browser, with the reason behind this block being a recent...

Samsung GALAXY Apps Launched

07/10/2014, Competition between app stores can get pretty intense, and South Korean conglomerate Samsung has just launched the new Samsung GALAXY Apps, which will boast of hundreds of exclusive apps with the intention offer a deeper level of customization, not to...

HP Could See New Slate Devices As Rebranded Huawei Tablets

07/10/2014, HP has had rolled out its fair share of tablets in the past, and while they have not exactly burned up the sales charts in the same vein as that of the iPad from Apple, it does not mean the lack of phenomenal success is going to let HP throw in the towel....

Amazon Launches Zocalo

07/10/2014, Amazon has just launched Zocalo, their brand new document sharing and collaboration tool which will specifically target the services offered by Box and Dropbox, going to show how Amazon is not content at being where they are at the moment, as they attempt...

Acer Updates C720 Chromebook With Intel Core i3 Processor

07/10/2014, While Acer has been typically associated with Windows-based PC and notebooks, the company has also dabbled in other products, such as mobile devices like smartphones and tablets, and even Chromebooks. The Taiwanese company has been pretty aggressive with...

Apple Reportedly Starts Receiving ‘A’ Series Chips From TSMC

07/10/2014, Time and time again it has been reported that Apple wants to diversify its supply chain and reduce its reliance on Samsung. The Korean juggernaut, which happens to be its biggest rival in the global market, provides displays and processors to Apple....

Yahoo Screen Arrives On Xbox 360

07/10/2014, Xbox 360 owners, listen up! Yahoo Screen has now arrived on this oldie but goodie of a gaming platform, where you are now able to explore videos regardless of whether you are seated comfortably on your sofa in the living room, or if you are on the move...

LG 18-inch Rollable OLED Panel Demonstrated

07/09/2014, It’s a demo that always gets people’s attention: a display being flexed and rolled while it’s actually working and displaying something. You have seen these demos times and time again, but not with a big 18-inch display.

OS X 10.10 Yosemite Beta Adoption Rate Outpaced Mavericks

07/09/2014, With the changes and new features that Apple is introducing to the upcoming OS X 10.10 Yosemite, we’re sure many are looking forward to the operating system. This has been proven by web analytics firm, Chitika, who revealed that early adoption of OS X...

NFB Wants Apple To Make Accessibility A Requirement For All Apps

07/09/2014, Apple’s iOS device has accessibility features as part of its software, but usually such support has been limited to the operating system or native apps. This is because Apple has not required third-party developers to ensure that their apps have...