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Windows 8.1 And Windows 8.1 Pro Available For Pre-order

Windows 8.1 And Windows 8.1 Pro Available For Pre-order

Since Microsoft released Windows 8.1 to manufacturers, people have been eagerly waiting for the official release of this OS. It’s not unknown now that Microsoft will release Windows 8.1 officially on October 18. And now, Windows 8.1 is available for pre-order.

By On October 5, 2013 1 Response
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Adobe Gets Hacked Again! Around 3 Million Users Data Compromised

Adobe Gets Hacked Again! Around 3 Million Users Data Compromised

Last year in November, an Egyptian hacker known as Hima broke into American multinational computer software company Adobe’s systems and released 150,000 Adobe emails and passwords to get the company’s attention. And lately, again the company’s systems has been hacked. This time, around double info has been compromised than last time!

By On October 4, 2013 1 Response
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Using Internet Explorer? You Need To Install This Fix-It To Protect Your PC

Using Internet Explorer? You Need To Install This Fix-It To Protect Your PC

Remember the Internet Explorer vulnerability reported by Microsoft itself back in September 17th? The vulnerability later used to exploit a wide range of PC running Windows and Internet Explorer. This risk is critical, here we have brought a temporary solution by Microsoft TechNet.

By On October 2, 2013 Respond
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Start Button Is Coming Back With Windows 8.1

Start Button Is Coming Back With Windows 8.1

When Microsoft launched Windows 8, a major concern for the users was the sheer absence of the ‘Start’ button in the OS. Apparently, the company has taken a cue from the customer feedback. The new Windows 8.1 ad dished out by Microsoft hints at the return of ‘Start’ on Windows 8 platform.

By On September 30, 2013 1 Response
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CuBox-i Series Four mini Computers Are Up For Pre-Order

CuBox-i Series Four mini Computers Are Up For Pre-Order

Israel’s SolidRun has brought CuBox-i series second generation mini computer system. The company has brought four devices: CuBox-i1, CuBox-i2, CuBox-i2Ultra and CuBox-i4Pro. All comes in red or black and are now available for pre-order.

By On September 27, 2013 1 Response
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(Photos) iFixit Shows Inside Of The New Late 2013 iMac

(Photos) iFixit Shows Inside Of The New Late 2013 iMac

iFixit has teared down the New Late 2013 iMac. They show the architecture and specifications for the new 27-inch iMac with photos.

By On September 27, 2013 Respond
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BlackBerry Postpones Rollout Of BBM For iOS And Android

BlackBerry Postpones Rollout Of BBM For iOS And Android

BlackBerry was supposed to officially launch BBM (BlackBerry Messenger) App for Android earlier this morning. Besides the company had also planned to launch the iOS app of BBM tomorrow. But today the company has announced that it is “pausing the global roll-out of BBM for Android and iPhone.”

By On September 23, 2013 Respond
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iOS 7 Bug Allows Non-Emergency Calls Despite Lock Screen

iOS 7 Bug Allows Non-Emergency Calls Despite Lock Screen

iOS 7 has arrived only a few days ago and a number of users have already reported a number of bugs in the new version of the firmware. According to reports, a user can make non-emergency calls from a handset running iOS 7, even when the lockscreen is set.

By On September 22, 2013 Respond
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Adoption Of iOS 7 Reaches 32% Within 48 Hours Of Release

Adoption Of iOS 7 Reaches 32% Within 48 Hours Of Release

On Wednesday, Apple finally released its latest iOS offering, iOS 7. Within hours of being released, the number of iOS users updating to it were millions. According to recently aggregated statistics, within 48 hours of being released, iOS 7 was already running on nearly 32% iOS devices in North America.

By On September 22, 2013 Respond
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Nokia Was Secretly Developing Android Phone Before Microsoft’s Purchase

Nokia Was Secretly Developing Android Phone Before Microsoft’s Purchase

We know that Microsoft has bought Nokia’s handset division for $7.17 billion. This clearly means that future Nokia phones will run on Windows OS. But lately it’s been reported that Nokia was developing an Android phone before Microsoft purchased it.

By On September 15, 2013 Respond
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New Tibet Malware Variant Discovered, Affects OS X Machines

New Tibet Malware Variant Discovered, Affects OS X Machines

It is rather rare to see a malware which is able to successfully affect Macs. We have heard about the Tibet malware in the past but until now, it couldn’t affect OS X systems. However, a new variant of the malware has now been discovered which can install a backdoor in the OS X machine and easily enable a hacker to gain control of it.

By On September 12, 2013 Respond
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Leaked Screenshots Of Upcoming Windows Phone Update Show Multitasking Changes

Leaked Screenshots Of Upcoming Windows Phone Update Show Multitasking Changes

Windows Phone users have been waiting for an update that Microsoft has been readying for a while now. The company is calling it ‘General Distribution Release 3′ but just ahead of its formal release, screenshots posted on the web divulge the features that the update offers.

By On September 8, 2013 Respond
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Sony Introduced Vaio 21-Inch Tap 21 All-in-One PC

Sony Introduced Vaio 21-Inch Tap 21 All-in-One PC

Sony is showing off several new computers at the IFA consumer-electronics show in Berlin. Among them Sony’s last big announcement for the day is the VAIO Tap 21, an aluminum-clad version of the original Vaio Tap 20 launched last year.

By On September 7, 2013 Respond
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Paper-Thin: The World’s Slimmest Computer Keyboard Ever Built

Paper-Thin: The World’s Slimmest Computer Keyboard Ever Built

How slim a computer keyboard can be made? Although at first hearing it might appear to you as unbelievable, but it’s true that some British scientists have made a flexible computer keyboard called Paper-Thin that is as thin as a piece of paper. And the specialty of this Paper-Thin slim keyboard is it can turn any surface into a touch-sensitive surface!

By On September 4, 2013 Respond
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Picture Passwords In Windows 8 Offer Weak Security, Say Researchers

Picture Passwords In Windows 8 Offer Weak Security, Say Researchers

In Windows 8, Microsoft has offered Picture Gesture Authentication (PGA) system which lets you manipulate an image to set password. However, researchers have now confirmed that PGA offers very weak security because PGA passwords are really easy to crack.

By On September 4, 2013 Respond
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