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Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 Coming This Month, Pre-Order Starts In Two Days

Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 Coming This Month, Pre-Order Starts In Two Days

Lenovo first showed the IdeaPad Yoga 13.3″ convertible laptop at CES 2012 in January. The Windows 8 powered IdeaPad Yoga 13 will finally land on stores this month, starting from $1,099. Lenovo also announced that its little brother, an ARM-based 11-inch version, will be available in December. The pre-order of the IdeaPad Yoga 13 will start in two days. Before you jump on the pre-order rail take a look at the specifications.

By On October 10, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Detect If Someone Is Stealing Your Wi-Fi And How To Protect It

[Tutorial] How To Detect If Someone Is Stealing Your Wi-Fi And How To Protect It

If you go on Google and search for information’s on how to detect if someone is connected to your router without your permission you will get results with several programs for mac, console commands for Linux and some other little program for windows. But to be honest not many of them actually work or they are too much expensive to buy. For me the easiest and with no need to do any additional installation is to enter the configuration page of your router and see who is connected and in this tutorial I will show you how to do that.

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Manatee Stand Allows Using iPad In Bed

Manatee Stand Allows Using iPad In Bed

We have seen a number of iPad stands, some of them with very creative designs, over the past few years. However, nearly none has been specifically tailored for using iPad in bed. Manatee iPad stand intends to cater to this niche by envisioning an iPad stand which can easily be angled so that you can watch movies and work on it while resting cozy in your bed.

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[Tutorial] How To Close Your Facebook Session Remotely

[Tutorial] How To Close Your Facebook Session Remotely

You have used your Facebook profile on friends laptop, or a computer in office or conference room and you are not quite sure if you have logged off? No need to worry because in this tutorial I will show you how to logout your Facebook profile remotely and avoid potential problems that this can bring.

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Microsoft ‘Mistakenly’ Issues DMCA Notices Against Wikipedia, BBC, TechCrunch

Microsoft ‘Mistakenly’ Issues DMCA Notices Against Wikipedia, BBC, TechCrunch

The original idea of sending DMCA notices to websites was to help different companies protect their copyrighted content online. DMCA notices are sent in cases where a clear infringement of copyrights occurs. Google, being the most-used search engine, is often sent DMCA notices to take down different sites from its search results over alleged infringement. Interestingly, Microsoft recently asked Google to censor BBC, CNN, Wikipedia, TechCrunch and many other mainstream websites.

By On October 8, 2012 Respond
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US Air Force Was Secretly Building Flying Saucer In 1956

US Air Force Was Secretly Building Flying Saucer In 1956

The National Archives has recently published that the US Air Force was working on a flying saucer-like craft in the year of 1956. They were researching on a project named “Project 1794″ at USAF’s Aeronautical Systems Division, and was trying to develop the project. The purpose of this project was to build a supersonic flying saucer.

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Pirate Bay Co-Founder Gets His Passport Back From Swedish Authorities

Pirate Bay Co-Founder Gets His Passport Back From Swedish Authorities

Ever since the Swedish courts incriminated Pirate Bay co-founders over the creation of a file-sharing platform, nearly all of them have been forced to a keep a low-profile and move out of Sweden. One of the co-founders, Fredrik Neij, had his passport revoked by the Swedish Embassy in Bangkok. He appealed against it and now, the court has decided in his favor.

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Both Google And Oracle To Appeal Against Java Verdict

Both Google And Oracle To Appeal Against Java Verdict

Google and Oracle have been embroiled in a legal battle over the use of Java in the Android operating system. In a recent ruling, a jury ruled that Google did indeed use Java codes but didn’t infringe Oracle patents. However, the jury couldn’t decide whether this was within the scope of ‘fair use’ or not. Apparently, both Google and Oracle are dissatisfied with the verdict and are ruling against it.

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Google Now Provides Direct Answers To Natural Language Queries

Google Now Provides Direct Answers To Natural Language Queries

Google has been ramping up the performance of its search engine by enhancing the search algorithm so that it would furnish precisely the results a user is looking for. This is not possible without a close enough understanding of the natural language – and now, Google has improved the performance of its search in response to natural language queries.

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Analysts Pegs HP’s Stock At Negative $2

Analysts Pegs HP’s Stock At Negative $2

Hewlett-Packard, from being one of the most successful companies in the tech sphere, has been on a downward spiral for some years. The company rose to the heights of success with its printer business but given the retarded sales of printers in recent years, it has been declining in its profits. Now, an analyst has pegged HP’s stock value at negative $2, calling the company utterly worthless.

By On October 7, 2012 Respond
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[Patent] Boeing Plans To Use Gas Clouds To Tackle Space Debris

[Patent] Boeing Plans To Use Gas Clouds To Tackle Space Debris

Space debris orbiting around Earth has considerably increased in amount ever since we started sending off space missions. Most of the machinery used in these missions is left to lurk in the space, joining the Earth’s orbit and contributing to the debris ‘pollution’ in the space. Now, Boeing has come up with a rather unique idea to resolve this problem.

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Atom Based Storage Platform Announced By Intel

Atom Based Storage Platform Announced By Intel

Cloud storage is fast becoming a pertinent need of businesses as well as individuals. With the bulk of digital data generated each day, all of us want a secure and safe place to tuck it in and then eventually access whenever required. Intel has now come up with its own Atom-based storage platform which it claims to be highly secure.

By On October 5, 2012 Respond
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Maingear Brings Nomad A 17-inch Notebook For Gamers

Maingear Brings Nomad A 17-inch Notebook For Gamers

Maingear announces of the new Nomad a 17-inch Laptop specially for the gamers. This Nomad comes with all new specifications to built a powerful gaming experience. The new addition laptop comes with third-gen Intel Core i7 chips (up to 3.8GHz) and a maximum 32GB of RAM and optional hard drive configurations. Most impotently this is the industry’s first hand-painted premium automotive paint jobs and which is free of charge. Check the specifications below.

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[Tips] When You Should Go For Paid Google Apps For Business?

[Tips] When You Should Go For Paid Google Apps For Business?

If your business is expanding and you asking yourself is it really convenient to hire a Google Apps for business, I must admit it is a tough question because there are many factors that must be considered. Considering that many people are accustomed to using Gmail and we have a whole suite of products that we can use (like Docs, Calendar, etc.), it is a good idea. But we have to consider some other things, because, unlike Gmail, Google Apps account is not free. Is it really a good idea to sign up for Google Apps for Business?

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Steve Wozniak Finds iOS And Android ‘Generally The Same’

Steve Wozniak Finds iOS And Android ‘Generally The Same’

Apple co-founder, Steve Wozniak, knows his electronics well. The sixty-two year old Apple computer whiz has owned his share of Android and iOS products. However, Woz certainly wasn’t impressed by the Cupertino based company’s latest handset – iPhone 5; one he had to get from Australia. He stated that the differences between iOS and Android are minimal, certainly a stunning remark coming from the Apple co-founder himself.

By On October 3, 2012 Respond
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