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Intel’s Skylake Wakes Up Your Windows 10 Computer With Your Voice

08/19/2015, Let’s say you’re feeling particularly lazy and don’t want to walk over to your computer to wake it up. If you have a computer with Windows 10 and Intel’s Skylake processor, you can actually wake up your device by saying, “Cortana, wake up,”...

Opera Max Now Compresses Netflix And YouTube Videos

08/18/2015, Opera Max is a data-compressing proxy for Android which lets users save a good chunk of mobile data by compressing videos, text and images as they surf online or use data-intensive applications like Instagram. Previously it was unable to compress HTTPS...

Surface Pro 3 Is $200 Cheaper Today

08/18/2015, It’s not uncommon for Microsoft to cut prices of its Surface tablets to get the sales momentum going again and the company is doing something along the same lines today. For just one day it has discounted the Surface Pro 3 by $200 so you’ll...

SanDisk Wants To Help You Switch To SSD

08/18/2015, If you’re considering upgrading your PC you might opt for an SSD instead of a conventional hard disk drive, sure they’re a bit expensive than HDDs but they offer significantly better performance and that’s why many are making the switch....

Samsung Reveals New USB Flash Drives

08/18/2015, Samsung is a big name in the world of consumer electronics, but this does not mean that they concentrate on large ticket items only – in fact, smaller devices like USB flash drives have not escaped their attention. Case in point, the reveal of three...

Stephen Hawking’s Speech Software Is Now Open Source

08/18/2015, Due to Stephen Hawking’s condition, he relies on a computer to speak for him as you’ve probably seen many times in movies, TV shows, and cartoons where he is depicted. Intel is actually the company behind the software and for those who are interested...

Windows 10 Surpasses 53 Million Installs

08/17/2015, Now it has been several weeks since Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating system has gone live. In fact a couple of days after its official release, Microsoft bragged that the operating system had seen over 14 million installs, but fast forward to today,...

iOS Lock Screen Reimagined To Be More Useful

08/17/2015, The iOS lock screen is pretty basic. It displays the time, the date, notifications, and can launch the camera directly. However it’s the notifications part that can get a bit messy, especially if you’re the type that wakes up to a ton of messages and...

Hearthstone On Mobile Could Actually Be Losing Blizzard Money

08/17/2015, As many Hearthstone players are aware, the game is available on the desktop and on mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. This makes it incredibly convenient to play the game, something which we’re sure Blizzard was aiming for. However as it...

Android M is Called Marshmallow

08/17/2015, Back at its I/O conference in June, Google unveiled the next version of Android. At that time it was given a placeholder moniker of Android M. Many have since been guessing what the M stands for and today Google has officially confirmed what the next...

Teen Discovers Two Zero-Day Vulnerabilities In OS X

08/17/2015, Say a few years ago, when the topic of OS X versus Windows came up, the favorite argument that was used is that OS X is more secure than Windows as there are less cases of malware and viruses attacking the system. Fast forward to today, that statement...

Updated Microsoft EULA Could Disable Pirated Software

08/17/2015, It seems that in a recent update to Microsoft’s Services EULA, there has been some suggestion that with the update, Microsoft could effectively disable pirated software it detects running on your computer. It reads, “We may automatically check your...

Samsung Announces 16TB Hard Drive

08/14/2015, Just a few days ago, we brought you word that Samsung had announced a new slew of V-NAND SSDs, that ought to change the way we use SSDs, and this time around, it would be the long standing champion of massive storage space that will gain a leader. Yes...