Tuesday, 5 Jun 2012
Futuremark, together with MSI, will be showcasing a new version of 3DMark for Windows 8, using MSI's flagship GeForce GTX 680 Lightning graphics card, later today at Computex.
This enhancement allows simple downloading as well as automatic installation of Windows 8 Release Preview from the Parallels New Virtual Machine Wizard.
Friday, 1 Jun 2012
Microsoft Releases Windows 8 Release Preview; Eligible Windows 7 to Windows 8 Pro Upgrade to Cost S$17.99
Microsoft has released Windows 8 Release Preview today in 14 languages. This will be the last public pre-release, as the company moves towards the RTM stage. If you've an eligible Windows 7 PC, upgrading to Windows 8 Pro will cost S$17.99.
Thursday, 31 May 2012
Besides keeping you updated with the latest happenings in your social life, Smart Page offers you suggestions for news sites to follow, as well as the option to add feeds of sites you browse most often.
Wednesday, 30 May 2012
An unpatched exploit that affects Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 8 Consumer Preview allows a user to launch a system shell by manipulating the sticky keys function. This hack is straightforward to implement as it can be executed in a matter of minutes.
With the increasing number of users who access Facebook via mobile platforms, the social networking company is rumored to be eyeing Opera Software and its speedy mobile browser with a US$1 billion takeover.
Monday, 28 May 2012
The app for Android smartphones will list total GPRS and SMS usage, Overview and details on trigger Alarms, and top 5 countries on GPRS as well as SMS usage, just to name a few.
Friday, 25 May 2012
Numerous Diablo 3 players are reporting that their Battle.net accounts are compromised by hackers who are stealing their equipment and gold.
Thursday, 24 May 2012
The enhanced AMPed 2.0 service offers an extensive song catalogue, and smooth streaming of songs to Apple and Android smartphones. Users can also start communities, create and share playlists, and post comments, just to name a few.
Hardware and software improvements in Windows 8 have drastically reduced the time for Windows 8 to respond to the 'F8' keystroke; hence, its removal from Windows 8 is simply natural progression to make user experience better in this new iteration of the operating system.