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Project Tango With 4GB RAM Appears On Play Store

11/14/2014, Now here is a rather large tablet that we might not have noticed before – the Project Tango from Google which is accompanied by 4GB RAM, having made an appearance over at the Play Store. This is the first Project Tango tablet which actually made its...

Austrian Airlines To Equip Pilots With Microsoft Tablets

11/13/2014, When it boils down to flying, there are many different kinds of checks and balances that need to be made, and pilots do have to be technologically savvy in order to ensure that they will be able to fly a whole plane-load of people to their destination...

Wal-Mart Managers Told To Match Prices With Amazon

11/13/2014, The next price war is about to start, or so it seems, as we have received word from Reuters that Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has already informed their managers of the green light to go ahead and match prices with Amazon.com Inc., in addition to the prices of...

Wi-Fi Bug Hits Android 5.0 Lollipop Users

11/13/2014, It seems that the mysterious Wi-Fi bug is still affecting those out there who are rocking to a mobile device that runs on the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop mobile operating system. Reports have been trickling in to the developer-preview website, where it...

Retina iMacs Shipping Times Slip To 2-3 Weeks On Apple’s Website

11/13/2014, Back in October, Apple took the wraps off their new iMac. It is a beast of a machine with a 27-inch 5K display and some decent specs under the hood, but it also came with a rather hefty price tag of $2,500 as its base price. With such an expensive price...

Sprint Announces “iPad For Life” Leasing Plan

11/13/2014, Back in October, Sprint announced a slightly upgraded “iPhone for Life” plan where it allowed customers to essentially lease the new iPhone over the course of a year before being eligible for an upgrade. This allowed users to upgrade annually as...

Facebook Makes T&C Easier On The Brain

11/13/2014, It is safe to say that all computer users who have installed an app or program before are liars. How many of you actually read and understood the Terms & Conditions, and yet still ticked the box just to proceed with the installation? Part of the...

Panasonic Expands Toughbook H2 Battery Recall

11/13/2014, When it comes to recalls of a particular product, it does bring about a rather sobering experience – that the company which you purchased the product from has a sense of responsibility and integrity to owning up to their mistake, but does this mean...

NVIDIA Shield Tablet Sweetens Up With Android 5.0 Lollipop

11/13/2014, While Motorola has kept to their word by rolling out Android 5.0 Lollipop extremely early (relatively speaking compared to the other smartphone manufacturers, of course) on their Moto G smartphones, not to mention the LG G3 too, being on the receiving end...

Samsung Flow Brings Effortless Content Handoff Between Devices

11/13/2014, At the Samsung Developer Conference, which kicked off yesterday, the company announced Flow. Samsung Flow is a feature that will be exclusive to the company’s own smartphones, tablets, smartwatches and TVs. Think of it like the Handoff/Continuity...

iPad Sales Predicted To Drop By 40% In Q1 2015

11/13/2014, As it stands, Apple’s iPads have the majority market share when it comes to tablets. This is thanks to Apple who safe to say made tablets popular once again a few years ago. However is it possible that Apple maintain this streak forever? Well according...

Microsoft Finally Patches 19-year Old Windows Bug With IBM’s Help

11/13/2014, No piece of software is perfect. Sure many applications run smooth and work as they should, at least on the surface, but somewhere there is a loophole that can be exploited or a very rare bug that almost never manifests itself. Well it seems that this...

Facebook Unveils “Say Thanks” Feature

11/12/2014, So, the number of Facebook Messenger users have hit the 500 million mark already, and it certainly does not look as though that particular figure is going to stop anytime soon. Having said that, we have the latest word from Facebook that they will...