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Microsoft Plans To Launch ‘Xbox Windows’ Games On Windows 8 PCs, Tablets

Microsoft Plans To Launch ‘Xbox Windows’ Games On Windows 8 PCs, Tablets

Microsoft has plans of reinvigorating all the aspects of its development with the new and upcoming operating system (OS), Windows 8. It is ramping up the looks and functionality of its new OS and has now announced that it will soon be launching ‘Xbox Windows’ branded games on Windows 8 desktops and tablets.

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BBC Reveals Impressive Olympics Coverage Stats – 29 Million Video Requests Received

BBC Reveals Impressive Olympics Coverage Stats – 29 Million Video Requests Received

A number of broadcasting giants are covering London Olympics 2012, which is probably the most-anticipated and most-watched event this year. In US, NBC is taking the lead though it has been bitterly criticized for not providing live coverage. BBC has also revealed some statistics now, showing how it is experiencing record traffic due to Olympics coverage.

By On August 6, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Adjust The Screen Brightness To Ambient Light – Windows

[Tutorial] How To Adjust The Screen Brightness To Ambient Light – Windows

In this tutorial I will show you how to adjust the screen brightness on your Windows device screen automatically using free app for Windows called F.lux. F.lux will help you put your screen brightness in relation to ambient light. Depending on your current location on the globe and time of day, F.lux goes smoothly adapting the brightness and colors of your screen so that you do not have to strain your eyes.

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Twitter Can Tell When Will You Get Sick

Twitter Can Tell When Will You Get Sick

A lot of research is being done on Twitter to dig out the real-world trends. These trends are widely varied, ranging from health to social dispositions of the people and a lot more. Now, a team of researchers claims that they can used the micro-blogging website to accurately track disease and based on this, predict it too.

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Olympics Opening Ceremony Was Mentioned In 9.66 Million Tweets

Olympics Opening Ceremony Was Mentioned In 9.66 Million Tweets

Twitter is the true hub of live coverage, breaking news and a lot more. Given this background, it was expected that as soon as London Olympics 2012 start, there will be a massive amount of tweets related to it. However, the actual number of Olympics-related tweets was very overwhelming, even for the folks at Twitter.

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Google+ Hangouts Now Available In Gmail

Google+ Hangouts Now Available In Gmail

Although Google+ is still a budding social network, it has some features which have been touted as the best in the industry. One such feature is the ‘Hangouts’, which allows video chat among a group. The good news is that this feature has now come to Gmail.

By On July 31, 2012 Respond
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New MIT Model Shows The Top Contagion-Spreading US Airports

New MIT Model Shows The Top Contagion-Spreading US Airports

We live in a very connected world. And in this connected world, a contagion or a disease spreads from one part to the other like wildfire. Now, an MIT model shows which US airports top the list in spreading different diseases. New York’s John F Kennedy airport and Los Angeles airports sit squarely at the top of the list.

By On July 31, 2012 Respond
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A Look At London Olympics 2012 [Infographic]

A Look At London Olympics 2012 [Infographic]

London Olympics 2012 is in full gear, and London is literally at the center of international attention, now. The Olympic games have attracted hundreds of thousands of people to London, providing the city a golden opportunity to grow further. A very interesting infographic provides a fleeting glimpse at Olympics 2012 and the city of London.

By On July 30, 2012 Respond
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Swipy – Premium Note Taking App For iOS [Price Drop]

Swipy – Premium Note Taking App For iOS [Price Drop]

Swipy is a wonderful notepad app developed for the iOS platform. Just write your notes and this swiping app will quickly e-mail it or save it in Dropbox. This app is developed by Teokoul. This premium app is available for free at App Store for a limited period. Grab it before the offer expires.

By On July 30, 2012 Respond
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Apple Thinking About Investing Millions In Twitter

Apple Thinking About Investing Millions In Twitter

With the wild popularity and significance of online social networks, it is becoming increasingly important for tech giants to be either a part of the whole social experience or risk becoming irrelevant. Apple may indeed enjoy the top position in the smartphone as well as the tablet market but the company is still absent from the world of social networks. Is it about time that Apple entered it?

By On July 30, 2012 Respond
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Millions Of Mac Users Switch Over To Mountain Lion

Millions Of Mac Users Switch Over To Mountain Lion

Normally, whenever Apple dishes out an update for its desktop OS, it takes many months before a significant number of people start using it. In other words, Mac users are rather in following Apple OS upgrades. However, this may be changing with Apple’s latest release, the Mountain Lion. According to report, 3 percent Mac users have already switched to Mountain Lion within 48 hours of its release!

By On July 30, 2012 Respond
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iA Founder Praises Mountain Lion’s New One-Level File System

iA Founder Praises Mountain Lion’s New One-Level File System

File systems are essential part of computers in today’s world. They are essential to help you organize your files efficiently and effectively. However, for long, Apple has been making use of multi-level file systems in its desktop operating system. Now, with OS X Mountain Lion, Apple has also introduced a single-level file system.

By On July 30, 2012 Respond
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Google Adds Fully Functional 34 Button Scientific Calculator In Search

Google Adds Fully Functional 34 Button Scientific Calculator In Search

When searching for something over internet, whether it is weather information, stock quotes, sports scores, unit conversion, quick calculations or something else, most of the time we use Google search. Google has made many tasks easier for us. Now, Google has just added a 34-button scientific calculator to its search engine. From now, Google search can be used as a calculator.

By On July 29, 2012 Respond
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Arc Mouse Concept – A Mouse That Can Be Used On Any Surface

Arc Mouse Concept – A Mouse That Can Be Used On Any Surface

In a world where tablets and laptops are becoming increasingly popular, desktop computers have become redundant. And a lot of accessories that are usually used with them have grown outdated. However, external mouses are still very popular primarily because of the rather inadequate performance of trackpads and touchscreens.

By On July 27, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Protect Yourself Against Keyloggers – Windows Web Browsers

[Tutorial] How To Protect Yourself Against Keyloggers – Windows Web Browsers

There is a plenty threats online that can steal your passwords, credit card accounts, etc… While some of them can be easily detected other can’t, so it is obviously very important to update your antivirus and anti-spyware on daily bases in order to stay protected. However some of them not all antiviruses can easily detect and one of them are keyloggers. When you enter information by completing a registration form or payment in your web browser, the text typed at the keyboard can be intercepted by what is known as a KeyLogger. A keylogger is a malicious program loaded in the memory of your computer that will grab everything you type in: your passwords, your address, your banking details, etc… and send them to networks that hackers can then use your information. In this tutorial I will show you how effectively and for free you can protect yourself from this threats and feel safe every time you filling forms online.

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