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LG Introduces Lightest Ultra PC Ever

01/15/2015, LG claims that they have just introduced the lightest 14” Ultra PC in the world, where it does not have a distinctive name yet, and the model number 14Z950 can be pretty difficult to roll off the tongue easily, let alone remember. Basically, the LG...

Nokia N1’s 2nd Batch Sold Out Within Minutes

01/15/2015, It was just last week when it was reported that the recently launched Nokia N1 tablet went up for sale over in the world’s most populous country, China. The thing is, the initial batch of just 20,000 units managed to sell out in a matter of four...

iMac Concept Shows What Could Have Been

01/14/2015, If there is one thing great about concepts, it would be this – concepts allows you to let your imagination fly, as you can throw in whatever kind of hardware and software into the mix without taking into consideration the current limitations. The...

Samsung Begins To Mass Produce 8Gb GDDR5 DRAM

01/14/2015, South Korean conglomerate Samsung has begun to mass products what is deemed to be the first of its kind in the industry – and I am referring to 8 gigabit (Gb) GDDR5 DRAM, and the mass production will be based on the company’s leading-edge...

Gmail Introduces Snooze Function

01/14/2015, I am quite sure that those of us who sleep extremely late each night, catching forty winks is a luxury. In fact, trying to wake up in the morning would more often than not result in us hitting the snooze function – just so that we are able to catch...

Microsoft Launches @SurfaceSupport Twitter Account

01/14/2015, If you’re looking for help using a certain product or have issues with it, chances are you might go looking at the official forums or unofficial ones to see if there are any solutions available for you. Well the good news is that if you’d rather trawl...

HP TouchPad Gets Unofficial CyanogenMod 12 Port

01/14/2015, The HP TouchPad was originally released back in 2011 before it was quickly discontinued, but for a tablet that’s about four years old, it seems that it is still going on strong and living a new life as an Android device. We have seen Android ROMs ported...

Firefox Hello Paves The Way For Simple Video Communication

01/14/2015, Firefox breaks new ground with their new video chat feature that is simply known as “Hello”. How apt, really, and now that all of the beta testing is done and over with, we will have Firefox Hello appear in the most recent stable Firefox version....

Future Macs May Be Powered By Apple’s A-Series Processors

01/14/2015, Apple currently relies upon Intel for processors that power Macs but if a well known Apple analyst is to be believed this might change within the next couple of years. In a new report Ming-Chi Kuo writes that Apple’s custom A-series processors will...

Facebook At Work Debuts

01/14/2015, It was in November last year that we first got the gist of Facebook at Work, which was said to have been tested out by 8,000 people already. Targeting the working professional group, Facebook at Work has finally debuted. This spanking new pilot program is...

Adobe Flash Player To Get New Features Soon

01/14/2015, It has been quite some time that Adobe remained on top of their game where their Flash plug-in for browsers are concerned – so too, the same can be said for their Flash player technology. With both, it has allowed a fair number of Internet...

2TB Mac Mini Makes Its Return To The Apple Store

01/14/2015, Back in October 2014, Apple finally released an updated version of their Mac mini computer. However apart from the slight upgrades, there was one thing missing and that was customers weren’t able to select a 2TB storage option. A 1TB storage option was...