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Skype On Windows 8.1 Is A Multitasking Heaven

Skype On Windows 8.1 Is A Multitasking Heaven

The metro outlook of Microsoft’s Windows 8 platform has defined the company’s aesthetic designs for quite some time. This is manifest in Skype for Windows 8.1 which comes with an impressively clean interface and the ability to multitask with perfect ease.

By On November 15, 2013 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Upgrade From Windows 7 To Windows 8.1

[Tutorial] How To Upgrade From Windows 7 To Windows 8.1

Microsoft has already released Windows 8.1, effectively patching many of the quirks and problems in the original Windows 8. For many Windows 7 users, this is the high time to shift to the new OS. The guide given below lets you upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 8.1 in a few easy steps.

By On November 15, 2013 Respond
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Google Chrome 32 Beta Arrives With Indicators For Audio Tabs, Webcam Use And TV Casting

Google Chrome 32 Beta Arrives With Indicators For Audio Tabs, Webcam Use And TV Casting

It has often happened to many of us that right in the middle of some intensive online work, one of the countless Chrome tabs suddenly goes audio and we have a really hard time trying to find it. Google has finally resolved the issue by pushing out indicators for audio, web-cam using and TV-casting tabs in Chrome 32 Beta.

By On November 12, 2013 Respond
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[Deal] Get 13″ MacBook Pro For $250, New iMac For $150 Discount

[Deal] Get 13″ MacBook Pro For $250, New iMac For $150 Discount

B&H Photo is offering the best pricing deal on 13-inch MacBook Pro and current 21-inch iMac. The discount is valid for only early 2013 Retina MacBook Pros that costs in between $270-$600.

By On November 11, 2013 Respond
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Smartphone Cameras Can Be Used To Steal PIN Codes

Smartphone Cameras Can Be Used To Steal PIN Codes

When it comes to modern-day digital security, there are so many security loopholes that virtually every other day, a new possible exploit is found by the researchers. At the University of Cambridge, researchers have now discovered a new method which can be used by hackers to steal PIN codes for sensitive smartphone apps.

By On November 11, 2013 Respond
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Microsoft Releases Patch To Resolve Windows 8.1 Mouse Lag

Microsoft Releases Patch To Resolve Windows 8.1 Mouse Lag

Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 update has updated a whole lot of new features to Windows users. But at the same time, the update has arrived with its fair share of problems. For instance, many gamers using Windows 8.1 have decried the mouse lag they’ve been experiencing. Microsoft has now released a patch to take care of this issue.

By On November 10, 2013 Respond
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Microsoft Announces Patches For 3 Critical Windows 8.1 Flaws, Ignores Office Zero-Day Vulnerability

Microsoft Announces Patches For 3 Critical Windows 8.1 Flaws, Ignores Office Zero-Day Vulnerability

Microsoft has announced that it will be dishing out a set of patches for Windows 8.1 on Nov 13. The company briefly elaborated on the security vulnerabilities that will be resolved with these patches, citing three such exploits which are deemed critical. However, the company ignored the zero-day vulnerability which has been discovered in Office.

By On November 10, 2013 1 Response
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Google Nexus 5 To Launch In T-Mobile Stores On November 20

Google Nexus 5 To Launch In T-Mobile Stores On November 20

T-Mobile has just announced the Google’s flagship Nexus 5 smartphone device is making its way to T-Mobile online stores, starting this November 14. The company has also informed that those who want to pick up the device directly from the store have to wait for a few days till November 20.

By On November 9, 2013 Respond
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Apple Promises To Bring Back Missing iWork Features Within Next Six Months

Apple Promises To Bring Back Missing iWork Features Within Next Six Months

Apple recently released the latest version of iWork, somewhat to the disappointment of the users because it lacked many regular features. This was because Apple was trying to bring together the iOS 7 and OS X and in doing so, had to rewrite the iWork app entirely. Now, the company has promised that the missing iWork features will return within six months.

By On November 7, 2013 Respond
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xParanormal Detector: Is It A Virus Or Ghost Detector?

xParanormal Detector: Is It A Virus Or Ghost Detector?

Remember the cartoon Ghostbusters where a group of members used to busted ghosts with their devices? Although in real world, the word ‘ghost’ is nothing but a hypothesis, now its seems like ghosts really exist as a man has found its existence via xParanormal Detector.

By On November 2, 2013 Respond
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Google Readies Better Parental Controls In Chrome

Google Readies Better Parental Controls In Chrome

Google team is working on a new feature for Chrome, namely the ‘supervised user’ account. This new feature offers an excellent set of parental controls for such users who wish to share their Chromebook machines with their kids.

By On October 23, 2013 Respond
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Apple Unveils New 13″ And 15″ MacBook Pros, 13″ Starts At $1299

Apple Unveils New 13″ And 15″ MacBook Pros, 13″ Starts At $1299

Apple has finally lifted the wraps off its new offerings. The event continues as of this moment, although Apple has already announced much of the expected stuff already. Among the announcements are new 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pros with bumped up specs.

By On October 23, 2013 Respond
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Microsoft Pulls Windows RT 8.1 Update From Windows Store

Microsoft Pulls Windows RT 8.1 Update From Windows Store

After a lot of anticipation and wait, Microsoft finally released Windows 8.1 update for RT devices recently. However, within hours of launch, users started reporting a number of problems with the update. As a result, Microsoft has pulled the update from Windows Store citing that it is investigating the situation.

By On October 20, 2013 1 Response
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Windows 8.1 Arrives Tomorrow, Comes With New Features, Improved Interface

Windows 8.1 Arrives Tomorrow, Comes With New Features, Improved Interface

Microsoft has been betting heavy on its Windows 8 platform, having released many PCs and tablets to prop it up. While the platform has had limited success so far, the company aims to change this with Windows 8.1, which is due to arrive tomorrow.

By On October 17, 2013 Respond
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Apple iPad Puts A Dent In Global Windows PC Shipments

Apple iPad Puts A Dent In Global Windows PC Shipments

Apple launched the first iPad back in April, 2010. Since then, iPad has become the most popular tablet around the globe. This popularity has taken a toll on the global Windows PC shipments which have declined sharply as iPad rose to fame. A chart below illustrates this change.

By On October 10, 2013 Respond
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