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New Apple iPad Release Expected On October 24th

10/14/2014, On October 16th Apple is going to take the stage to unveil new products. We expect to see new iPads, a new iMac and the public release of OS X Yosemite. Even though the event date has been officially confirmed Apple hasn’t revealed when the new...

Mailbox For OS X Enters Into Open Beta Phase

10/14/2014, If you have a smartphone and check emails on it regularly, chances are you might have heard of the email app called Mailbox. One of the reasons the app is so popular is because of its clean and simple user interface, and how the developers push users...

Retina MacBook Air Won’t Be Unveiled At The Event This Week

10/13/2014, A couple of weeks back it was rumored that Apple is going to conduct an event on October 16th to show off some new products. The company has since confirmed this event but hasn’t told us yet what products to expect, obviously we’ll only get to...

Dropbox Selective Sync Bug Is Inadvertently Deleting Files

10/13/2014, Cloud storage is great. After all it means that your data is stored in the cloud and you can access it anywhere and everywhere you go – say goodbye to carrying stacks of portable hard drives or a pocketful of flash drives! Of course this also means...

ASRock X99 Extreme 11 Motherboard Comes With 18 SATA Ports

10/12/2014, Are you thinking about building your own computer? That’s not too hard these days given the amount of tutorials there are online, not to mention the various forums that you can post your questions to if you run into any trouble. That being said, one of...

Blackphone Maker Working On ‘High-End’ Tablet

10/12/2014, Blackphone is a handset that focuses on security and privacy. It is powered by PrivatOS, a forked version of Android that’s capable of offering secure calling and texting through services installed on the device. It has been developed by Geeksphone...

Purported A8X Chip For iPad Air 2 Leaked

10/12/2014, If the latest leak about Apple’s upcoming tablet is to be believed then the iPad Air 2 will have a more powerful A8 processor as opposed to the one you may find in the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Last year both iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina...

Netflix Support Officially Comes To Linux

10/12/2014, Linux is a widely used operating system and yet it has taken considerable time for it officially receive support for Netflix. The world’s largest online video streaming service could not be accessed through Linux machines previously, unless some...

HTC Nexus 9 Pre-Orders To Begin 15th October [Rumor]

10/10/2014, For those who are still skeptical about the existence of the HTC Nexus 9 tablet, there is plenty of evidence to suggest that the device exists. We’ve seen it mentioned in an NVIDIA court filing; it was also confirmed by a HTC exec; plus it has also made...

Lenovo’s Yoga Tablet 2 Pro Will Come With A Built-In Projector

10/10/2014, We know that there are users out there who needs to travel for work and make presentations to clients or to their employers. While hooking up a tablet to a projector is possible, wouldn’t it be so much easier if your tablet had a built-in projector to...

Lenovo Announces Yoga Tablet 2 With Android Or Windows

10/10/2014, While Apple might be a company that people think of when it comes to tablets, it seems that Lenovo is no slouch as we can see in their latest tablet releases in the form of the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 series. They are available in both Android and Windows...

Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro Is Official

10/10/2014, Lenovo’s Yoga series of devices are an interesting one due to its design, and the recently announced Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro is no different. The 2-in-1 convertible Ultrabook is the latest version of Lenovo’s flagship device and it looks like it could have...