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Wikipedia Starts To Accept Bitcoin Donations

08/10/2014, The folks over at Wikipedia are always in need of money in order to run their collection of servers, and university students ought to be the ones indebted to Wikipedia due to the repository of information in there which comes in useful where their...

Apple Starts Slapping Labels On Family Sharing Apps

08/10/2014, It is widely expected that Apple is finally going to release iOS 8 to the public next month. The new software was unveiled at WWDC 2014 earlier this year and since then it has been in a beta program that is not open to the public. One of the features...

More Details On Future HTC Tablet Spotted

08/08/2014, HTC T1(a.k.a Flounder/Volantis) 64Bit Tegra processor, MDM9x25 modem(for cellular model), 4GB RAM(Elpida 2GB*2), NFC, GPS, Android L — UpLeaks (@upleaks) August 8, 2014 HTC never really had much luck when it came to churning out tablets, and their...

IBM Unveils Neurosynaptic Chip

08/08/2014, The world of technology is definitely moving at an extremely fast pace, so much so that our computers have now shrunk to unimaginably small form factors – sizes that just one generation ago, it would not have been thought of as possible even. Well,...

Yahoo Encrypted Email Made Possible With Google Teamwork

08/07/2014, It looks as though with all of the hacking that is going around us these days, one can never be too paranoid or careful when it comes to protecting what precious personal information that we have online. This applies to your email account too, and Yahoo...

Wi-Fi Backscatter Delivers No-Power Wi-Fi Connectivity

08/07/2014, If there is one thing that modern day devices have to be worried about, it would be this – the issue of power, or rather, the lack of it during the most crucial of moments as Murphy’s Law kicks in. Engineers over at Washington University are...

Microsoft To Support Latest Internet Explorer Versions In 2016

08/07/2014, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer might still be dominating the worldwide browser market share at 58.38%, but it is a dominance that is slowly but surely shrinking. Having said that, it got to such a position in the first place because it happens to ship...

Microsoft And iFixit Team Up

08/07/2014, iFixit is well known to take existing devices, especially recently released ones, only to take them apart and come up with what they call a “Repairability Score”. This tells you how easy it is to remove the back cover and gain access to all of the...

Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook Will Be Shown Off On 20th August

08/07/2014, Back in June, Samsung and Barnes & Noble announced a partnership in which they would release co-branded tablets, the first of which was the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook. Given that Barnes & Noble have ceased production of their Nook tablets,...

Siri Could Arrive For OS X, According To Apple Patent

08/07/2014, Siri, for those unfamiliar, is Apple’s voice assistant for iOS. It is available on both the iPhone and iPad, but at the same time would it be a stretch of the imagination to think that it could eventually make its way onto computers as well? We suppose...

Microsoft Reportedly Lost $1.7 Billion In Surface Tablets So Far

08/07/2014, Microsoft’s Surface tablets were initially seen as an iPad competitor, and when the Surface Pro 3 launched, some even thought that it could prove to be a MacBook competitor as well. However it seems that despite Microsoft’s best efforts, the are...

Skype Reportedly Not Working For OS X 10.5 Users

08/07/2014, While there are users out there who upgrade their computers on an annual basis, there are many out there who probably stick to their machines for many years until it dies on them completely. Granted computers are cheaper than what they used to be, buying...

iPad mini with Retina display (2013) Review

08/07/2014, “Every inch an iPad” is how Apple marketed the original iPad mini (2012). That was mostly true. While the iPad mini (2012) did finally give consumers a smaller, more portable iPad, what they really got was essentially a miniaturized iPad 2...

Android L Images For Nexus 5 And Nexus 7 Updated

08/07/2014, After detailing its next major update at Google I/O 2014 the company released Android L developer images for the Nexus 5 and the Nexus 7 (2013) Wi-Fi tablet. The iteration is yet to receive Google’s customary dessert name for Android releases but...