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HoloLens battery life will last for up to 5.5 hours

HoloLens, remember that? Of course, you do, how could you not. It’s the newest piece of technology from Microsoft that is designed to add holograms within our space of confinement. At the moment, there is much we do not know […]

Want an Oculus Rift? Get it for $200 off from Dell

The Oculus Rift is an expensive piece of technology, yet we know you’re interested nonetheless. So here’s the thing, for those who are looking to pick up the Rift and a new computer to go with it, we suggest taking […]

Microsoft Surface tablets stopped working during NFL match

Technology can be a tremendous improvement in our lives, but it can also lead to problems when it stops working. The Dallas Cowboys had to experience what it is like to work without technology after the team’s Surface tablets stopped […]

Windows Live Writer is now Open-Sourced as Open Live Writer

Are you still using Windows Live Writer and wanted it to be improved? Here’s a very positive news about it. Windows Live Writer is now open sourced by a team of developers from within Microsoft – and called Open Live […]

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Speedtest ditches Adobe Flash in favour of HTML5; Public Beta live

Internet’s popular name Speedtest.net, the website that provides utility tool to measure speed of Internet connection has started phasing out dependency on Adobe Flash. The speedtest tool, the service which is used by millions of people across Internet is live […]

Google starts replacing Gmail by Inbox

Logged in to your Gmail account lately? Got the pop-up notification saying, “Thanks for trying Inbox”? Relax, that’s the new experimental service from Google which will supposedly replace Gmail, the email service. As users log-in to their Gmail account, they […]

Adobe to discontinue Flash Player Offline Installer Distribution Page

Both Adobe Flash Player Distribution page and Adobe Flash Player direct download links will be decommissioned by January 22, 2016, says Adobe – although it is still not clear if the Flash Player binaries links will also be discontinued or […]

Mozilla Thunderbird

Mozilla sees no future for Thunderbird

Mozilla sees no future for Thunderbird and has thus decided to cut off the ties with this stand-alone email client. Mozilla however stop active development of in 2012 and now the company wants to split off completely. In a long post […]

NuAns Neo makes for an interesting Windows 10 Mobile handset

When it comes down to the Windows 10 Mobile platform, there aren’t many OEMs up and ready to support it; however, a certain Japanese company has stepped up to the challenge. The phone is called the NuAns Neo, and it […]

Lenovo and Razer join hands to build a range of Gaming Devices

Razer is a brand that needs no introduction especially for the gaming folks this is the brand that has always listened to them and come out with some of the best gaming accessories. Now Lenovo has partnered with Razer to […]

Raspberry Pi Zero

Availability of Rasberry Pi Zero priced at $5 announced

A new cult has entered the world of computers that is offering computers at extremely cheap prices. The UK based company Raspberry Pi has brought their latest computer Raspberry Pi Zero, which will cost you only $5. Moreover, for promotion […]

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Firefox to support Microsoft Silverlight

The much awaited Firefox 64-bit build for Windows is finally here. Mozilla released bug report 1225293 today which indicates company’s plans to add Microsoft Silverlight support in its Winx64 version of Firefox. Mozilla recently silently launched Firefox 64-bit for Windows […]

VirusTotal begins analysis of Mac malware in a sandbox

The absence of adoption of antivirus solutions on Mac OS X is not surprisingly popular since the OS is considered safest and stable however, this innate ability doesn’t stop some adventurists from exploring different avenues that remain unknown. VirusTotal, reputed […]

Google Chrome support for Windows XP will end from April 2016

Google Chrome has announced that it will be finally ending support for Windows XP and Windows Vista starting April 2016. Chrome will also stop supporting OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, 10.7 Lion and 10.8 Mountain Lion. This move will hopefully […]

Firefox Themes

Mozilla to discontinue Firefox themes

For those who are in love with Mozilla Firefox’s themes, there’s bad news. Mozilla is surely going to discontinue Firefox themes. The news about Mozilla to remove Firefox themes has come directly from Benjamin Smedberg, who is the Manager of […]

Avast Free Antivirus 2016

Avast Free Antivirus 2016 now includes Avast Passwords

Avast Free Antivirus 2016 is here and has come with a lot of new features. It offers the usual anti-malware and antivirus protection, and along with it, it also offers several other features. Some of these features include unwanted toolbar […]

Candy Crush Saga sold for 5.9 billion dollars

Two big names in the gaming industry will now be one. Activsion Blizzard, the makers of Warcraft and Call on Duty has acquired King Digital Entertainment, the maker of one of the most popular Smartphone game Candy Crush Saga. The […]

Firefox 42

Firefox 42 64-bit version for Windows now available for download

Today, Mozilla released the latest version of its web browser, Firefox 42. Mozilla has released Firefox 42 64-Bit versions for Windows 10/8/7 users and it is now available for download. This release is a big one from Mozilla as the […]

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Opera reveals its journey to branding its new logo ”O”

Opera Software (changed to Opera now) came with up 2 major announcements on its web browser this week.  First, it was the release of Opera 33, the new improved web browser for desktops, second the launch of the re-designed “O”, […]

Get into the Halloween spirit with free Ashampoo Halloweenizer

If your door rings this week and you’re greeted by a few small zombies, witches and vampires … don’t be surprised, it’s HALLOWEEN again. Just in time for Halloween, Ashampoo again has come up with a new spooky skin for […]

Apple faces $862.4 mn payout for using BITS graduates’ technology

In the latest case patent dispute over technology, the Cupertino giant – Apple has been found guilty of the infringement of the rules of the patented technology owned by the University of Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF). The developers of […]

Apple will not mimic the Microsoft Surface Book any time soon

A week ago Microsoft announced and showed the world the Surface Book, the company’s first laptop that can transform into a tablet. With the amount of attention, the device is getting, one might expect Apple to follow in the same […]

Acer launches cool new Windows 10 Devices

Laptop manufacturer Acer unveiled new line of Windows 10 devices at the Windows 10 Press event in Taipei. Device named Acer Aspire R 14 is touted as a convertible notebook while the Acer Aspire Z3-700 is advertised as portable all-in-one […]

LG launches new Windows 10 devices in Korea

Windows 10 has found more acceptability in Korea than any other region. Its adoption has been five times faster than Windows 8. Microsoft thus, rightly see this as an opportunity for growing its business in Korea, while working tightly with […]

Toshiba dynaPad Windows 10 tablet unveiled

Japanese hardware manufacturer, Toshiba, today unveiled a new device called the dynaPad touted as hybrid of tablet and laptop. The device is a lot lighter, thinner and appears to be good bet for anyone who has the penchant of using […]

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Dell to buy EMC for $67 billion

Dell Inc. recently announced its biggest acquisition ever. As per the recent announcement made by the computer manufacturer, the company is all set to buy the data storage company EMC Corp. for $67 billion. Michael Dell, founder of the company […]