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Fukushima Nuke Plant’s PCs Still Run On Windows XP

04/23/2015, I am quite sure that just about everyone knows of the nuclear disaster over at Fukushima, Japan. Well, here is an interesting snippet – it looks as though the Tokyo Electric Power Company (otherwise known as TEPCO in short), who happens to be the...

Solitaire Will Make Its Triumphant Return In Windows 10

04/23/2015, Before we had high-speed internet, playing games on the computer sometimes consisted of launching a game of Solitaire, Minesweeper, and Hearts, games that came bundled by default on Microsoft’s Windows platform. These games were always part of the...

Singapore’s Prime Minister Actually Coded A C++ Sudoku-Solver

04/23/2015, Leaders of countries have plenty on their plate to deal, such as dealing with the country’s economy, diplomatic relations, working out trade agreements, tending to matters at home such as reducing the rate of unemployment, and so on, so to find out that...

32GB Surface 3 Will Only Be Sold To Educational Institutions

04/22/2015, Microsoft recently announced the Surface 3 tablet and now it has revealed that there will be a special version which will only be sold to educational institutions. This particular version is going to have 32GB of onboard storage and 2GB RAM, these simple...

Android 5.1 For SHIELD Tablet Will Be Released ‘Soon’

04/22/2015, It has been revealed in a post by an NVIDIA forum administrator that the Android 5.1 update for SHIELD tablet is going to be released “soon.” If NVIDIA is able to get this update out quickly it may even beat Google to the punch, which is yet...

HP Announces New Envy x360, Pavilion x360, & Pavilion Notebooks

04/22/2015, If you’re in the market for new laptops, HP has recently announced a slew of them. This includes the Envy x360, Pavilion x360, and a new series of Pavilion laptops. All these laptops will be aimed at the shopper on a budget so if you’re after fancy...

CyberPower’s Trinity Is An Oddly-Shaped Gaming PC

04/22/2015, Last year Alienware unveiled their new Area-51 gaming PC which safe to say looked a little weird. It was not designed like your standard tower PC and featured a rather odd look, albeit an interesting one. However it looks like that crown has since been...

Man Enraged By Malfunctioning Computer Shoots It Eight Times

04/22/2015, How many times have our computers frustrated us to no end? We’re sure you’ve all experienced it at some point where it hangs or crashes right before we were supposed to save a huge project. Or for some reason or the other we keep getting annoying pop...

OS X “Rootpipe” Security Flaw Has Yet To Be Fixed

04/21/2015, Last year security researchers discovered a security flaw in OS X which only affected those running OS X Yosemite. Apple later released an update that supposedly fixed the issue, but according to a report from Objective-See (via ZDNet), it seems that the...

Apple’s Retail Chief: Future Product Launches Will Be As Usual

04/21/2015, With the Apple Watch, Apple is approaching the launch and purchase of the device in a rather unique manner. Customers are allowed to book appointments to come in and try the device, but they can’t purchase it in the store. Instead they are required to...

Microsoft Cuts Surface Pro 3 Price Yet Again

04/21/2015, Microsoft really wants you to buy its Surface Pro 3 tablet which is why it has been repeatedly cutting the tablet’s price. Once again the Surface Pro 3 price has been slashed by $150 and the company is also throwing in a fee sleeve for customers,...

Adobe Lightroom 6 Is Finally Here

04/21/2015,   There is good news today for people who have been waiting for the new version of Lightroom. Adobe today released Lightroom 6, it’s available to users as part of the Adobe Creative Cloud subscription where the new version is called Lightroom...

Play Grand Theft Auto 5 At Max Settings With This GTA-Themed PC

04/21/2015, So you’ve got your hands on Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto 5 for the PC, but your rig at the moment isn’t capable of running the game at the higher settings, let alone in 4K, but is upgrading worth it? It’ll probably set you back a small fortune but...