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Android M is Called Marshmallow

08/17/2015, Back at its I/O conference in June, Google unveiled the next version of Android. At that time it was given a placeholder moniker of Android M. Many have since been guessing what the M stands for and today Google has officially confirmed what the next...

Teen Discovers Two Zero-Day Vulnerabilities In OS X

08/17/2015, Say a few years ago, when the topic of OS X versus Windows came up, the favorite argument that was used is that OS X is more secure than Windows as there are less cases of malware and viruses attacking the system. Fast forward to today, that statement...

Updated Microsoft EULA Could Disable Pirated Software

08/17/2015, It seems that in a recent update to Microsoft’s Services EULA, there has been some suggestion that with the update, Microsoft could effectively disable pirated software it detects running on your computer. It reads, “We may automatically check your...

Samsung Announces 16TB Hard Drive

08/14/2015, Just a few days ago, we brought you word that Samsung had announced a new slew of V-NAND SSDs, that ought to change the way we use SSDs, and this time around, it would be the long standing champion of massive storage space that will gain a leader. Yes...

Heavenote Lets You Speak From Beyond The Grave

08/14/2015, Our lives are so entwined with the digital world these days, that one more often than not asks, what would happen to one’s digital legacy when one dies? Who do I pass my passwords to, and is it possible to communicate from beyond the grave? This new...

Comcast Has A YouTube Rival In Mind

08/14/2015, Let’s put it this way – both Comcast and YouTube are not exactly the best of friends, and having said that, it looks as though Comcast is all set to roll out a video service that will target YouTube. A YouTube killer, to so speak, and it remains...

Rumor: No New iPad Air 3 This Year

08/14/2015, Since we live in a world where some things can be read between the lines, then here is a wee bit of information that might just make you sit up and take notice. Apparently, a new report that hails from Digitimes do seem to “say” – indirectly, of...

How To Print To PDF (Windows)

08/14/2015, Whether at the corporate level or for personal use, printing is a common task. However, paper printing can be quite hard to manage and also a waste of paper. This is where printing to PDF will help you build print-ready, readable and un-editable documents...

LG G Pad 2 8.0 Quietly Launched In South Korea

08/14/2015, Last month thanks to what seemed like leaked specs, a certain LG G Pad 2 was hinted to be in the works. If you’re curious as to what LG could bring to the table in the form of a new Android tablet, wonder no more as the company has announced the LG G...

HP 10 G2 Android Tablet Spotted At The FCC And Bluetooth SIG

08/13/2015, When you think of Android tablets, you might think of brands such as Samsung who is probably one of the more prominent Android tablet manufacturers around. However you might recall that despite their failure with the HP TouchPad, HP has not given up on...

Dell Chromebook 13 Targets Professionals

08/13/2015, If you are a power user or a professional who is on the lookout for a brand new Chromebook, then you would be pleased to hear that the folks over at Dell have come up with the Dell Chromebook 13, which is a business-class Chromebook that boasts of secure...

T-Mobile Releases Galaxy Tab A On August 19th

08/13/2015, It was reported a couple of days ago that the Samsung Galaxy Tab A could soon be launched on T-Mobile. So far the Wi-Fi only variant of this tablet has been sold in the United States so T-Mobile would be the first carrier to launch a 4G LTE enabled...

Lenovo Computers Has Secretly Installed Unremovable Software

08/13/2015, You know, it is quite a bummer to know that your computer or smartphones comes with bloatware – basically, software that you do not want, nor need, right out of the box, and you would need to do the tedious work of uninstalling those. Well, it seems...

Because Of Alphabet, Google “.XYZ” Names Get Snapped Up

08/13/2015, They say that the only way to know if you are a leader is to look behind you – if anyone’s following you, then good for you – otherwise, you are just someone who is taking a walk. Having said that, Google’s recent restructuring exercise...