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Glasgow On The Way To Become UK’s First Smart City

Glasgow On The Way To Become UK’s First Smart City

Over the years, Glasgow has taken a backseat in the greater view of U.K. The city has struggled to stay up with the urban standards of a developed nation, failing often on many counts. Now, the U.K. government is determined to change this by doling out $38 million to the city in an attempt to turn it into a ‘smart city.’

By On January 28, 2013 Respond
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BestBuy Gives $200 Discount For All “MacBook Air” Models Only For Today

BestBuy Gives $200 Discount For All “MacBook Air” Models Only For Today

Good news for those people who want to buy MacBook Air, but step back from buying due to higher price tag. Online store Best Buy is giving $200 discount for all “MacBook Air” models for today only.

By On January 26, 2013 1 Response
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Lenovo Thinkpad X131e Chromebook

Lenovo Thinkpad X131e Chromebook

ThinkPad X131e Chromebook is the first laptop from Lenovo with Chrome OS. The device is designed to be used in classrooms, and hence packs extra-durability features like all ThinkPad models. This Chromebook is based on Intel’s Celeron line of processors. The laptop will be available from February 26 at $429.

By On January 22, 2013 Respond
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Sony To Bring 10.1-inch Xperia Tablet “Xperia Tablet Z” This Spring

Sony To Bring 10.1-inch Xperia Tablet “Xperia Tablet Z” This Spring

Earlier this month at CES 2013, Sony unveiled its Xperia series flagship smartphone Xperia Z. But seems like Sony has not only Xperia series smartphone to unveil, but also Xperia series tablets to unveil. Sony announced on Monday (Jan 21) that it is going to bring a 10.1-inch Xperia series tablet named Xperia Tablet Z. The tablet is set to arrive in Japan this spring. Details inside.

By On January 22, 2013 Respond
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Eric Schmidt Elaborates On The State Of Technology And Internet In North Korea

Eric Schmidt Elaborates On The State Of Technology And Internet In North Korea

Google’s executive chairman, Eric Schmidt, had been to North Korea these last few days. Now that he is back from his trip, Schmidt has penned a post on Google+ elaborating the state of technology as well as internet access in the country. His views, more or less, confirm that North Korea is riddled with state-sponsored suppression of freedom of speech.

By On January 21, 2013 Respond
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Opera Launches ‘Ice’ Mobile Web Browser For iOS And Android

Opera Launches ‘Ice’ Mobile Web Browser For iOS And Android

Opera’s popularity has rather diminished over the recent years. In the face of a whole forage of new web browsers, Opera has struggled to stay relevant. Opera Software has now launched a new browser namely ‘Opera Ice.’ This new browser has been specifically designed to run atop smartphones and tablets.

By On January 21, 2013 Respond
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Lenovo Announces Its First Chromebook – Thinkpad X131e

Lenovo Announces Its First Chromebook – Thinkpad X131e

Until now, Chromebook fans were restricted between Samsung or ASUS while purchasing laptops with Google’s Chrome OS. They will be happy to know that another laptop maker has decide to enter the Chromebook market. Lenovo has announced to launch its very first Chromebook under the ThinkPad line,called Thinkpad X131e Chromebook.

By On January 20, 2013 Respond
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[Tutorial] What To Do When Your File History Backup Drive Is Out Of Space In Windows 8

[Tutorial] What To Do When Your File History Backup Drive Is Out Of Space In Windows 8

This tutorial will show you how to clean up versions of your old backup files and improve the way your Windows 8 File History works, so it does not consume available backup space as quickly as it did before.

By On January 20, 2013 Respond
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OSI X-Ray Body Scanners Removed From US Airports

OSI X-Ray Body Scanners Removed From US Airports

X-ray body scanners on airports have been subject to a lot of criticism and debate over the years. Users complain that these scanners look intrusive and the images are revealing. In view of this controversy, the Transportation Security Administration(TSA) has now announced that it is finally removing these scanners from U.S. airports.

By On January 19, 2013 Respond
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Apple Offers 15% Discount On 13-Inch MacBook Pro, Starts At $1019

Apple Offers 15% Discount On 13-Inch MacBook Pro, Starts At $1019

When Apple released its MacBook Pro with Retina display, the world was truly mesmerized. Here was the best laptop in the world fixed with the best display ever. Many of us have been waiting for the notebook’s prices to come down. Now, Apple has decided to offer 15% discount on the 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro, bringing down its price to $1019.

By On January 19, 2013 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Check Where Shortened URL Leads Before Opening It

[Tutorial] How To Check Where Shortened URL Leads Before Opening It

When you view links inside tweets on Twitter or other similar website’s you will see that their URLs are shortened. The problem is that the actual link behind any shortened URL is not visible and it raise a doubt about the destination of the link. However, thanks to an extension called Unshorten, through which Firefox users can easily determine whether the hidden URL is safe to visit or not. In this tutorial I will show you how to install and use it.

By On January 17, 2013 Respond
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Texas Will Soon Have The First Bookless Public Library Named BiblioTech

Texas Will Soon Have The First Bookless Public Library Named BiblioTech

In recent years, book-reading has undergone radical changes with the advent of e-readers and e-books. Texas has decided to embrace this transition with open hands. The state will soon have its very own, entirely bookless, public library which will host computers and gadgets for the readers to access e-books. The library is being called ‘BiblioTech.’

By On January 15, 2013 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Disable Windows 8 Home Screen Animation

[Tutorial] How To Disable Windows 8 Home Screen Animation

The animated tiles and flashing presentation on the Windows 8 home screen may eventually become disturbing. If you are on a laptop, they can also cause a slight decrease of autonomy. This tutorial will show you how easily you can disable home screen animations and enjoy faster response time on your home screen tiles.

By On January 15, 2013 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Activate NumLock Upon Boot In Windows 8

[Tutorial] How To Activate NumLock Upon Boot In Windows 8

If you want to have NumLock automatically activated upon boot in Windows 8 this tutorial will show you how to do that by changing Windows 8 registry settings.

By On January 15, 2013 Respond
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Researchers Launch PDF Protest In Aaron Swartz’s Memory

Researchers Launch PDF Protest In Aaron Swartz’s Memory

We recently reported about how the death of a prominent internet activist and a genius of sorts, Aaron Swartz’s death erupted the web into protests. He committed suicide after being hounded by U.S. federal attorneys for years over mass downloading academic journals from MIT and JSTOR. To honor his memory, researchers have started posting copyrighted research articles on Twitter.

By On January 15, 2013 Respond
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