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Panasonic Reveals Toughbook 54, Now Lighter And Just As Strong

02/13/2015, When it comes to rugged notebooks, you know for sure that there will be very little competition around, and it is safe to say that the folks over at Panasonic happen to have a monopoly on things. In fact, the Japanese company has just refreshed the...

IKEA Emoticons Keyboard Revealed

02/13/2015, IKEA has certainly captured plenty of attention last year with their BookBook advertisement, and this time around, it is no advertisement that we are looking at or talking about, but rather, it would be a keyboard app which would let you throw in...

Live Video Chat In ASCII Is Totally Cool

02/13/2015, What you see above will definitely require a second look – in fact, you might actually end up rubbing your eyes for good measure, too. After all, it is not some kind of specially concocted piece of ASCII art, but rather, it is a still image that has...

Apple Promotes Apps Without In-App Purchases On iTunes

02/12/2015, A few years ago, most apps would either be free or be a paid app, and in some cases the free version is the “lite” version meant to tempt the user into upgrading to the fully paid one. However these days the freemium model is the dominating model...

Phorm Case Grows A Keyboard Of Sorts On Your iPad Mini

02/12/2015, BlackBerry is one of the last remaining manufacturers that is still making devices with physical QWERTY keyboards. On tablets one can’t expect such keyboards to work which is why dynamic software keyboards are commonplace on these devices. What if...

Dell Refreshes The Chromebook 11

02/12/2015, Just like how hotel rooms do get tired after a while, the pace is accelerated all the more when it comes to consumer electronics. Hence, it is far from surprising at all to hear that Dell has already refreshed the Chromebook 11 as expected, although this...

Dell Unveils Venue 10 Android Tablet

02/12/2015, Dell has not only unveiled its Venue 10 Pro Windows tablet, but they have also delivered the Dell Venue 10 Android tablet – where both models will target the educational market specifically, which means you would not be able to find these too easily...

ESPN For iOS Finally Gets Native Support For iPad

02/12/2015, Sports fans who happen to have an iPad have something to look forward today. The official ESPN for iOS app has received a new major update which not only applies a fresh coat of paint to the entire app but also finally adds native support for the iPad....

Microsoft Looks Into Possible N-trig Purchase

02/12/2015, Huge companies like Microsoft do tend to gobble up smaller companies, in part of their effort to obtain the latest technology, or at least technologies that they think will benefit their company in the long run – all without having to go through the...

Aperture Will No Longer Be Sold Upon Photos For OS X Release

02/11/2015, Last year Apple announced that they would cease the development of their photo editing software Aperture. This meant that the version you’re using is probably the version you’re stuck with. Instead Apple would be launching an app called Photos which...

Run Windows 10 Technical Preview On Mac With Parallels

02/11/2015, Microsoft has released Windows 10 technical preview which gives us a good idea of what the upcoming iteration of its operating system is going to look like. However if you don’t have a compatible Windows PC lying around that you can upgrade and...