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New Windows 10 Mobile Build Announced

06/16/2015, It looks like Microsoft is moving – perhaps inching, forward yet again with an announcement concerning a new Windows 10 Mobile build today. It has been said that Windows Insider fast ring users are able to go ahead and perform a download of it now,...

There Is Now An Official Raspberry Pi 2 Case

06/16/2015, If you’re familiar with the Raspberry Pi series of computers, basically you know how small they are. Now given how “open” the design is, it isn’t surprising that many have tried to come up with cases to cover the components from being exposed to...

Galaxy Tab S 8.4 Android 5.0 Update Released By AT&T

06/16/2015, Over the past few weeks the Galaxy Tab S tablets have gradually received the much awaited Android 5.0 Lollipop update on multiple carriers in the country, initially it was the larger of the two tablets that received this update. Now Lollipop is trickling...

Adobe Creative Cloud Update and Adobe Stock Launch

06/16/2015, Today, Adobe released its Creative Cloud update across all its applications. 15 Creative Cloud applications have been updated, including Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC, InDesign CC, Lightroom CC, and more. the second major announcement is the release of...

Skype For Web Beta Now Open To All Countries

06/16/2015, Last week we reported that Microsoft had opened up the beta for Skype for Web to those living in the US and the UK, which was unfortunately bad news for those living in other countries. Well the good news is that if you were wondering how long you would...

iOS 9 Code Hints At Possible iPad Pro Resolution

06/15/2015, According to a report from earlier today, it was revealed that inside iOS 9, there was a keyboard that appears to have been designed for larger tablets in mind. This is thanks to the fact that the keyboard can now display more keys than the current...

Inbox By Gmail Introduces Trip Bundles

06/15/2015, If your email’s inbox is particularly messy, then Inbox by Gmail is probably a lifesaver as it automatically helps sort your mail out, like filing emails from PayPal, eBay, Amazon, and etc. under Purchases, airline ticket reservations, hotel bookings,...

Man Dies After Trying To Eat Tablet

06/15/2015, It is one thing when it comes to blending recently released hardware, as no one is going to drink whatever was blended. However, eating electronic devices is definitely out of the question, as there are copious amounts of toxic material which our body...

Samsung Galaxy Tab E Unveiled Officially

06/15/2015, So, there has been prior leaks before the official announcement of the Samsung Galaxy Tab E, but then again, that is to be expected with the device being so close to an official reveal back when the leaks happened. Carrying the model number SM-T560, this...

Google Kills Chrome’s New Bookmark Manager

06/15/2015, Last year Google introduced a new bookmark manager to its Chrome browser. While it was probably done with the best intentions in mind, it did not sit well with users who weren’t particularly taken with the new design. Users were complaining about how...

NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV 1.2 Software Upgrade Released

06/15/2015, NVIDIA has just announced that its SHIELD box running Android TV is getting updated to version 1.2. There are a number of improvements, but the most important ones are (in my opinion) the better Netflix and Google Play streaming experience, the SHIELD...

iOS 9 Keyboard For iPad Hints At Larger iPad Pro

06/15/2015, Rumor has it that Apple could be working on a larger 12.9-inch iPad called the iPad Pro. Presumably with a larger display, Apple could be thinking of bumping up the resolution offered on the current iPad. It also means that Apple would have to design iOS...

A 1980’s Computer Controls This School District’s Heating System

06/14/2015, Have you ever wondered what kind of system helps to regulate the temperature in your school? Do you imagine that it will be some kind of hi-tech fancy supercomputer? Perhaps that might be true for some school districts, but over at Grand Rapids, it seems...