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Thursday, 20 Nov 2014
Apple has just revised its App Store's download buttons, free apps now says "Get" instead of "Free".
If you're a parent of a kid (or even a curious kitten or puppy), one of the fears you probably have is your child playing (or poking or prodding) a live power outlet. What would you say if we tell you that there's (potentially) a product that might eliminate that fear entirely?
Google has been Firefox's default search engine since 2004, but things are set to change soon. Mozilla and Yahoo have just announced that Yahoo will be Firefox's default search engine for the next five years.
Wednesday, 19 Nov 2014
Microsoft has released an unscheduled Windows update to patch a critical security bug that's being exploited in the wild.
During the recent Samsung Investor Forum, the company revealed that it will trim its smartphone offerings by around 30% to lower overall productions costs. It also took the chance to throw some jabs at Xiaomi.
Nokia announces 7.9-inch N1 tablet, an iPad Mini wannabe running Android 5.0 Lollipop and powered by Intel
In a surprise move, the Finnish company Nokia returned to making devices as soon as it sold its Devices and Services Unit to Microsoft. This time, Nokia is pushing into the Android tablet territory, but with a design that resembles that of the Apple iPad Mini. Find out what's the deal with this tablet and Nokia's direction.
Tuesday, 18 Nov 2014
Sony is rumored to have a brand new sensor in the works, which will employ a completely new way of sampling color information to allow it to get more resolution out of each sensor.
Tony Hawk is arguably the world's most famous skateboarder of all time. The Hendo Hoverboard is arguably the most wanted geek item of all time. Put them together and what do you get?
Apple has just released updates for both OS X Yosemite and iOS 8 that fixes bugs, minor issues with certain apps and improves performances of older devices like the iPad 2 and iPhone 4S.
With more schools in New York using Google Apps for Education, it's no surprise that the New York City Department of Education has approved the use of Chromebooks in public schools.