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Yahoo Works On Encrypting Their Services

04/02/2014, The whole issue of personal privacy when it comes to emails as well as instant messages is a topic that is close to the hearts of many. After all, no one likes to have their conversation eavesdropped upon, and so the same applies to digital conversations...

Windows Start Menu Really Coming Back

04/02/2014, As the world switched to Windows 8, one of the most annoying fact or “pain point” as Microsoft would say, was the departure of the Start Menu, which a whole lot of people used as a hub to search for files and get to find apps that use less frequently....

Windows 8.1 Update 1 Releases Free On April 8th

04/02/2014, Over the past few weeks there have been many rumors about Windows 8.1 update 1. The first major update for the OS has been in development for quite some time now, and Microsoft has heard customer pain points and rectified almost all of them. Today at its...

Gmail For Android Screenshots Hint At Possible New Interface

04/02/2014, A couple of screenshots have leaked online which hint at the possibility that Gmail for Android app’s user interface might soon be getting an overhaul. It is unclear if these interface changes are final and are set to be rolled out to the public....

USB Type-C Cable Render Spotted

04/02/2014, At the end of last year, a new USB Type-C connector was announced, and here we are with a render of what the final deal could actually look like. It is interesting to see a new variant of the USB connector appear considering how microUSB has already done...

Intel $99 MinnowBoard Max Unveiled

04/01/2014, Just when you thought that the Raspberry Pi was the bee’s knees, along comes Intel with an alternative which is not meant to tread on the toes of the Raspberry Pi market, but rather, carve open a niche of their own. Intel’s second iteration of its own...

Samsung SM-T800 Hits The FCC

04/01/2014, Samsung is no doubt a company that intends to cover a wide spectrum with the kind of hardware that they have made available for the masses, and when it comes to choices for tablets, they are no different, either. In fact, we have seen the Samsung SM-T800...

Nexus 10 Listed As “Coming Soon” On Google Play

04/01/2014, The Google Nexus 10 was launched back in 2012 meaning that it is due for a refresh, assuming Google plans on refreshing it at all. After all the Google Nexus 7 saw an update in 2013, so why wouldn’t Google update the Nexus 10, right? In the past Google...

Microsoft Could Announce Something Surface-Related At BUILD

04/01/2014, There have been rumors that Microsoft could be planning on debuting a Surface Mini tablet which would essentially be a smaller version of the Surface tablet. The rumors claim that instead of 10-inch display, the Surface Mini could instead sport a smaller...

LinkedIn Email Addresses Exposed Via Browser Plug-In Software

04/01/2014, Security breaches in the digital world seem to be all too common these days, and such malicious activity does seem to have picked up in pace in recent times, too. Thankfully, what has happened with the email addresses of LinkedIn users this time around IS...

2013 Mac Pro Shipping Estimates Slip Yet Again

04/01/2014, Last month the Apple U.S. online store estimated shipping for 2013 Mac Pro in April. Supply seems to be tight ever since the new Mac Pro was released late last year. Apple did manage to get it out in December but since then shipping times have slipped...

Skype Could Feature New Chat UI For Windows Desktop

04/01/2014, While some might call this to be an April Fool’s prank, it apparently isn’t as the person who leaked out what seems to be an update to the Skype client which boasted of a new chat UI for the hugely popular VoIP program. The tipster known as...