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Windows 9 To Feature Virtual Desktops [Report]

08/05/2014, If what we have heard up till now is true then Microsoft is going to officially unveil Windows 9 in April next year. The date and timing might be off but its widespread belief that the company wants to put Windows 8 behind it and start afresh with a...

Microsoft Details Windows 8.1 ‘August Update’

08/05/2014, We had been hearing rumors that soon Microsoft is going to confirm the second major update for Windows 8.1. It was said that the company is going to call this release Windows 8.1 “Update 2,” but that’s not the case. Microsoft confirmed...

Gmail Updated To Recognize Non-Latin Alphabet Email Addresses

08/05/2014, Software ought to get updated from time to time in order to remain relevant to the current situation, and Google’s Gmail is no exception. Do you still remember the early days of Gmail that wowed the masses due to the amount of storage space offered in...

Touch+ Delivers Gesture Controller Action Regardless Of Surface

08/05/2014, I am quite sure that the very first time when you watched Minority Report back when it was released in the cinemas, most of us would have been blown away by the touchscreen controls that the actors inside portrayed in the line of duty. Fast forward to...

ASUS K007 Tablet With Intel’s Moorefield Spotted At The FCC

08/05/2014, It is safe to say that despite Intel’s best efforts at trying to break into the mobile industry, they’re not making as much headway compared to companies such as Samsung, Qualcomm, NVIDIA, MediaTek, and etc., all of whom rely on ARM’s architecture...

Hotel Tried To Fine Guests $500 Per Negative Online Review

08/04/2014, Is it me, or is this some time in the Middle Ages? New York’s Union Street Guest House is certainly one that stands out from the crowd, not because of its price, its location, and definitely not for its service, but for the bad press that it has...

HP Slatebook 14 Now Available For Purchase

08/04/2014, The HP Slatebook 14, a notebook that was spotted on a website a few months back, is now available for purchase and read to be shipped all the way to the front of your doorstep. The thing is, is the HP Slatebook 14 worth forking out good money for? Let us...

Netronix E Ink Display Sports Wacom Digital Pen Support

08/04/2014, The folks over at Netronix are currently showcasing a slew of new designs when it comes to eReaders which will also include an interesting prototype. This particular prototype will sport a 6.8” E Ink display, where it runs on Android-based software...

Former Apple Exec Thinks ARM-based Macs Could Happen In 2016

08/04/2014, As ARM processors are becoming more powerful, more powerful than our computers back in the day, it is not surprising to hear rumors or ideas that eventually our regular computers could see their chipsets replaced by ARM chipsets instead. In fact this is a...

Facebook Helps Dog Owner Reunite With Stolen Puppy

08/04/2014, Facebook is a social network that has its fair share of heart warming reunification stories, such as a mother finding her son 28 years later, or siblings getting together after being separated for 65 years, not to mention a bride finding her lost wedding...

LG G Pad 7.0 Lands On AT&T

08/04/2014, AT&T expands its tablet lineup with the addition of the LG G Pad 7.0. This is the cheapest and the smallest tablet in LG’s G Pad family. It will be available on the carrier’s LTE network starting Friday, August 8th. AT&T isn’t...

Google Email Scan Aids In Sex Offender Capture

08/04/2014, Google certainly has made a name for itself in the world of search, and it does not look as though they are about to slow down anytime soon. Well, Google has incorporated automatic image scanning in the past (and still do) when it comes to combating the...

China Bans Symantec And Kaspersky Software In The Government

08/03/2014, China does have a different viewpoints in certain things, as evident by the lack of Google Maps support in the navigation system of the Tesla Model S rides sold there. This time around, we have word of a rather strange development – that China has...