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Best Buy Launching Two-Week Promotion From Today, $100 Off For Windows 8 Touchscreen PCs

Best Buy Launching Two-Week Promotion From Today, $100 Off For Windows 8 Touchscreen PCs

If you had been thinking to purchase Windows 8 Touchscreen PCs, but might be hesitating to buy one because of high price, then you are in luck now. According to a new report, online retailer Best Buy is launching a two-week promotion this Sunday, February 24, offering $100 discounts on Windows 8 touchscreen PCs.

By On February 24, 2013 Respond
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Google Released Chrome 25, Fixes Total 22 Flaws

Google Released Chrome 25, Fixes Total 22 Flaws

Earlier, we reported that search giant Google’s web browser Chrome 25 will arrive with SSL search encryption by default. The good news is the search giant has released Chrome 25 last Thursday that fixes 22 vulnerabilities and many more.

By On February 24, 2013 Respond
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Grand S Price Will Be Reasonable, At Least For Chinese People: ZTE

Grand S Price Will Be Reasonable, At Least For Chinese People: ZTE

Recently, there had been many speculations about ZTE Grand S pricing. Some insiders said the Grand S price may cost as much as $771 (4799 Yuan) and showed photographic proof to back it up. Finally, ZTE’s Executive Vice President, He Shiyou, confirmed a much lower price for the device in a recent interview with the Chinese press.

By On February 23, 2013 Respond
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Apple Released iTunes 11.0.2: Features Improved Playlist Responsiveness

Apple Released iTunes 11.0.2: Features Improved Playlist Responsiveness

After releasing a Java update to fix a vulnerability that allowed hackers to access the computers of Apple employees and iOS 6.1.2 with fix for Exchange calendar bug, yesterday on February 19 afternoon, Apple released an updated version of iTunes, 11.0.2. Version 11.0.2 comes with a new Composers view for music and other improvements.

By On February 20, 2013 Respond
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Apple Dishes Out Java Security Update For Mac After Recent Hack

Apple Dishes Out Java Security Update For Mac After Recent Hack

Apple recently revealed that a small number of its corporate Mac machines were targeted by hackers. Right on the heels of this announcement, the company has rolled out a Java security update for its Mac users.

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Prices Of Microsoft Office For Mac Went Up Quietly

Prices Of Microsoft Office For Mac Went Up Quietly

Microsoft has been positioning itself to push more and more users towards its Office 365 solutions. The company is apparently trying to accomplish this by raising the prices of standard Office suites and tying their licenses to single machines. The prices of Microsoft Office for Mac suites have also been significantly increased.

By On February 19, 2013 1 Response
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Google Now Widget In The Works, Support Page Reveals

Google Now Widget In The Works, Support Page Reveals

Google Now is currently a part of Google’s search app for the mobile devices. However, there are hints that the company is planning on dishing out an independent, stand-alone Google Now widget for Android users.

By On February 19, 2013 Respond
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Firefox’s Metro Flavor Arrives On Its Nightly Channel

Firefox’s Metro Flavor Arrives On Its Nightly Channel

The Mozilla team has been working on a metro-version of the Firefox browser, primarily meant for the Windows 8 machines. The metro version supposedly includes a number of modern UI elements. According to reports, the Firefox with modern UI has now arrived at the nightly channel.

By On February 19, 2013 Respond
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Data Security And Encryption On Android Phones Can Be Bypassed With ‘Frost Attack’

Data Security And Encryption On Android Phones Can Be Bypassed With ‘Frost Attack’

Adding PIN lock to your mobile handset may give you a sense of security; having your data encrypted may make you think that even if you lose your handset, your data would be safe. But in all, both of them may prove inadequate in the face of a ‘frost attack’ which literally uses cold temperatures to bypass these security measures.

By On February 19, 2013 Respond
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Microsoft’s Job Listing Confirms The Upcoming Windows Blue Upgrade

Microsoft’s Job Listing Confirms The Upcoming Windows Blue Upgrade

We have been hearing of an upcoming Windows Blue upgrade which would essentially put the Windows platform on a yearly update schedule. The idea is to bring low-cost updates to Windows users, kind of similar to Apple’s approach towards Mac OS. Now, a job listing by Microsoft makes the first official mention of Windows Blue.

By On February 18, 2013 Respond
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Microsoft Brings MSN Messenger One Step Closer To Skype

Microsoft Brings MSN Messenger One Step Closer To Skype

Microsoft had earlier announced that it would be pulling the plug on its MSN Messenger by March 15. Alongside the announcement, the company also hinted that it may transport the MSN Messenger user base on to Skype. The company has divulged more details to that end.

By On February 17, 2013 Respond
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Fleksy Starts Offering iOS App For Free

Fleksy Starts Offering iOS App For Free

Auto-correct options on a touchscreen device can be a disaster at times. We have seen many such goofs going around the web as memes. However, Fleksy’s predictive keyboard app has been remarkably spot on in dishing out accurate corrections of mistyped words. The company has announced that its iOS app will be available for free from now on.

By On February 17, 2013 Respond
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Office 2013 Is Locked To The First Computer It Is Installed On

Office 2013 Is Locked To The First Computer It Is Installed On

In the past, Microsoft’s Office suite could be used by a user on more than one machines. However, with Office 2013, Microsoft seems to be changing this policy. In Office 2013, the software suite locks itself to the first computer it is installed on, so that it can’t be used on any other machines when, for instance, a user wishes to change his PC.

By On February 16, 2013 1 Response
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BlackBerry 10.0.10.261 OS For Z10 Leaked, Available For Download

BlackBerry 10.0.10.261 OS For Z10 Leaked, Available For Download

Good news for BlackBerry Z10 owners who are using an older Operating System (OS) on their mobile. Recently, an updated version of BlackBerry Z10 OS, numbered 10.0.10.261, has been leaked and it’s available for download.

By On February 16, 2013 Respond
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Microsoft Surface Pro Gets 750,000 Android Apps, Thanks To BlueStacks

Microsoft Surface Pro Gets 750,000 Android Apps, Thanks To BlueStacks

In the past, BlueStacks has helped bring hundreds of thousands of Android apps to both Mac and PCs. Now, the Android emulator has warmed up to Microsoft’s Surface Pro tablets. The emulator has now added support for Surface Pro which means that users of the tablet can now help themselves to the 750,000 Android apps.

By On February 13, 2013 Respond
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