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Track Your Phone Even When The Battery Is Dead With Signal Flare By Lookout

Track Your Phone Even When The Battery Is Dead With Signal Flare By Lookout

A number of smartphones today come pre-equipped with the feature of letting the user track the phone in case it goes missing. However, many users are unable to do so when the battery of the lost smartphone dies. Lookout’s Signal Flare intends to resolve this problem.

By On October 31, 2012 Respond
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Scammers Loot $1 Million From Citigroup Through ATM Fraud

Scammers Loot $1 Million From Citigroup Through ATM Fraud

ATM frauds are not that uncommon but a recent ATM fraud, that was discovered, shows just how intelligent and well-concocted they can be. A group has now been nabbed for defrauding $1 million from Citigroup through a simple ATM trick.

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Microsoft Sold 4 Million Windows 8 Copies In 4 Days

Microsoft Sold 4 Million Windows 8 Copies In 4 Days

Despite the rather mild response of analysts and critics towards Microsoft’s latest operating system, Windows 8, it seems to have taken off on a good start. According to the figures revealed by Microsoft’s CEO, Steve Ballmer, the company has sold 4 million copies in 4 days, since the release of the OS on Friday.

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AMD Plans To Sell Server Chips Based On ARM By 2014

AMD Plans To Sell Server Chips Based On ARM By 2014

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) has long confined itself to work on x86 architecture only, shying away from other chip designs. However, the company has now revealed plans of licensing 64-bit processor design from ARM to start producing server chips by 2014.

By On October 30, 2012 1 Response
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Windows Phone 8 Comes With Tons Of New Features And Apps

Windows Phone 8 Comes With Tons Of New Features And Apps

The much anticipated iteration of Microsoft’s mobile OS is finally here. On Monday, Microsoft unveiled Windows Phone 8 in an event held at San Francisco. The new OS comes with a whole lot of new features as well as apps which have been optimized for use on Windows Phone 8 devices.

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Microsoft Launches WP8 App, Allows Syncing Between Windows 8 PC And WP8 Smartphone

Microsoft Launches WP8 App, Allows Syncing Between Windows 8 PC And WP8 Smartphone

After the launch of Windows 8, Microsoft has launched Windows Phone 8 on Monday Morning. And just before the event, the company has launched a Windows Phone 8 app that lets you neatly sync your Windows 8 PC with your Windows Phone 8 smartphone.

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World’s Fastest Supercomputer, Titan, Launched For Open Research

World’s Fastest Supercomputer, Titan, Launched For Open Research

Given the sheer amount of data that needs to be sifted through for large-scale calculations such as worldwide weather forecast, supercomputers are a necessity. The Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility has now launched the world’s fastest supercomputer, Titan, for researchers from a number of fields.

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Windows RT Doesn’t Meet Google Search App System Requirments

Windows RT Doesn’t Meet Google Search App System Requirments

Google Search is certainly the far-most utilized search engine available on the net. Google provides applications on Android, iOS, and the Windows marketplace for its search engine. But there is one slight issue – users running Windows RT are receiving critical errors when they attempt to download Google Search from the Windows marketplace.

By On October 29, 2012 Respond
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New Survey Shows Little Demand For Windows 8 Yet

New Survey Shows Little Demand For Windows 8 Yet

Microsoft has finally played its trump card, releasing Windows 8 on which may bank the company’s very future. However, according to a recent poll by The Associated Press and GfK, things don’t look very bright for the company as not many users seem interested in the new operating system.

By On October 29, 2012 Respond
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Adblock Plus For Google Chrome Released With “Acceptable Ads” Feature

Adblock Plus For Google Chrome Released With “Acceptable Ads” Feature

Google Chrome users, Adblock Plus has just released its AdBlock Plus 1.3 for Google Chrome plugin to the public. The plug-in was in beta-phase for a few months but the functionality is now up-to par with the Firefox variety. At The Tech Journal we aren’t huge fans of the plug-in and suggest you stay away, however we’ll continue to discuss key features of the plug-in.

By On October 28, 2012 Respond
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Parallels Advises Mac Users Not To Upgrade To Windows 8

Parallels Advises Mac Users Not To Upgrade To Windows 8

For long, Mac users have been able to experience Windows on their machines, thanks to Parallels for Mac application. However, Parallels seems unprepared to support Windows 8 upgrade on Mac machines and has advised Mac users against upgrading to the new operating system from earlier versions.

By On October 26, 2012 Respond
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Bill Gates Envisions A Unified Platform For Windows And Windows Phone

Bill Gates Envisions A Unified Platform For Windows And Windows Phone

Microsoft has been bringing its mainstream OS, Windows, and its mobile OS, Windows Phone closer to each other. The company’s co-founder, Bill Gates, has now revealed that eventually, both these platforms will be merged into one.

By On October 26, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft Officially Launches Windows 8, Store Kicks Off At Midnight

Microsoft Officially Launches Windows 8, Store Kicks Off At Midnight

Microsoft has officially launched Windows 8 on Thursday at an event in NYC. Windows 8 will be available to the public from 12:01 am Friday.

By On October 26, 2012 Respond
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[Shocking] Starter Version Of iMac & Mac Mini Won’t Have Fusion Drive

[Shocking] Starter Version Of iMac & Mac Mini Won’t Have Fusion Drive

Apple just announced all new iMac in todays event. New 21.5-inch iMac with 2.7GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 processor or new Mac Mini with 2.5GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor buyer won’t be able to select or upgrade to Fusion Drive. Check details inside.

By On October 24, 2012 Respond
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Apple Releases Refreshed Mac Mini Computer

Apple Releases Refreshed Mac Mini Computer

The Mac Mini, Apple’s smallest and most affordable computer has received a refresh at today’s Apple event in San Jose, California. Similar to the updates the Macbook Pro received in June, the Mac mini has received four USB-3.0 ports, a Gigabit internet port, a HDMI port, and a Firewire 800 port.

By On October 24, 2012 Respond
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