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FCC Approves Of Huawei MediaPad M2 10.0

01/19/2016, Huawei, the third largest smartphone vendor in the world, is all set to ensure that everything is in place for the U.S. launch of its upcoming Huawei MediaPad M2 10.0, having obtained clearance by the FCC. In other words, it is only a matter of time...

LinkNYC Free Wi-Fi Kiosks Go Through Beta Testing

01/19/2016, The regular payphone booth in NYC has received a transformation, where some of LinkNYC’s free Wi-Fi kiosks have already opened up to go through beta testing – a crucial phase to make sure that everything works fine and dandy before it is...

Twitter Bot Churns Out Works Of Art

01/19/2016, We all know that robots are here to stay, where in fact it was reported earlier this morning that robots could jolly well take over 5 million jobs worldwide by the time 2020 arrives – now that is not too much when you think of how there will be more...

Microsoft To Recall Some Surface Pro Power Cables

01/19/2016, Chances are you have probably read stories where devices have exploded or caught on fire, due to improper charging which leads to the phone’s battery getting too hot, resulting in an explosion or fire. The bad news is that it looks like some older...

iOS 9.2.1 Released With Bug Fixes

01/19/2016, If you are experiencing some bugginess on your iOS device, you might be interested to learn that according to reports, Apple is apparently currently rolling out the iOS 9.2.1 update to all compatible devices. This is a fairly small update weighing in at...

Microsoft Patent Points To Possible Surface Pen Recharger System

01/19/2016, It goes without saying that any new iteration of hardware would most definitely come with its fair share of improvements, and that is what has happened with the Microsoft Surface series, with the Surface Pro 4 being a surefire improvement compared to the...

HP Launches Sprout Pro For Students And Professionals

01/19/2016, In late 2014 HP announced a new PC called Sprout which featured a built-in projector and touch mat, it’s unlike anything you would normally find on somebody’s desk. A little over a year after this PC first made its appearance HP today...

Friends Reunited Website Calls It A Day

01/18/2016, It seems that all good things must come to an end, and there are moments in life where one will also need to learn to cut their losses, too. In terms of websites closing down, there are so many examples out there, especially those that ride on a...

Intel At The Heart Of New Retail Experiences

01/18/2016, I am quite sure that by now, many of us are more than familiar with the “Intel Inside” slogan, where it gained its popularity during the “wars” with AMD many, many years back. This time around, we have word that Intel Corporation will play an...

Dell Venue 8 Pro Tablet Now Available For US Purchase

01/18/2016, The Dell Venue 8 Pro tablet that was introduced more than a couple of years ago, before receiving an update in terms of hardware just last year, is now made available for purchase over in the US – and those who are interested to pick up this tablet...

Pakistan Gets Special Edition Of YouTube

01/18/2016, Can one really censor or ban the Internet? I suppose if you happen to live in North Korea, then that is a very real possibility, but for the rest of the free world, doing so would be unthinkable to say the least. Having said that, there are still several...

Huawei Dual Boot Laptop Rumored

01/18/2016, Huawei is one of the most well-known smartphone manufacturers out of China, it does much more than just make smartphones, but that’s what most people know it for. According to a new rumor the company is working on a new laptop, not unlike the...

New Processors Will Only Have Support For Windows 10

01/17/2016, Microsoft has confirmed that it has made a major change to its support policy which confirms its plans for future updates to its previous operating systems like Windows 7 and Windows 8.1. It’s not going to update previous operating systems for...

World’s Biggest SSD Launched With 13TB Of Storage

01/14/2016, Back in the day when SSDs weren’t as common as they are today, they came in really small storage sizes and cost a tiny fortune. These days SSDs are still expensive compared to regular HDDs, but they are considerably more affordable, especially...