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Android’s Mandatory Encryption Is Slowing Down Your Device

by RJ Kon November 24, 2014
Imagine a bank with no security and any measures of recovery. It is most vulnerable for any act of robbery. This is the same case with the smartphones with any security features.They may be just blue jacked or even hacked through multiple sources resulting of leakage of our most precious personal data. Keeping our smartphone […]
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Yahoo Makes A Deal With Mozilla To Drive Google Out of Race

by RJ Kon November 23, 2014
Yahoo is making moves to increase its search market share through various investments, acquisitions and deals. One such recent deal was between the internet giant and the web browser Firefox maker Mozilla Corp. According to the deal Yahoo will be made the default search engine for the web browser in the US. The idea of […]

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Mozilla Releases It’s New Firefox Developer Edition

by RJ Kon November 11, 2014
Mozilla today has launched the most awaited Firefox Developer Edition for its users. The company is calling it to be “the first browser created specifically for developers.”With this release the company would like to answer the complaints from the developers that arise when dealing the numerous siloed development environments when creating content or targeting different […]
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New Facebook Update Lets You Choose The News Feed Content

by RJ Kon November 9, 2014
Facebook has been growing and is being updated timely for its users. Now it’s another day for a Facebook update. It is not new to have an update for the social networking website, but what makes this update noticeable is that it is quite helpful for its users. Read on to find about the new […]

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Microsoft – Dropbox Aims to Improve Integration of Office and Dropbox

by RJ Kon November 5, 2014
The recent announcements reveal that Dropbox and Microsoft Office are pairing up to integrate Microsoft Office with the cloud-storage platform more closely than any other save Microsoft’s own OneDrive service. This partnering allows the users to access Dropbox directly from Office apps and edit Office files from the Dropbox app. Dropbox and OneDrive has been […]
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iRobot’s App Lets You Control the ‘Bot Army’ with an Android Tablet

by RJ Kon October 11, 2014
iRobot is the most famous bot manufacturer whose bots can be used in military activities mostly. These bots perform harder and dangerous tasks. Worldwide more than 6000 iRobot’s security and defense robots are deployed. These bots do help in many dangerous activities, for example iRobot’s bots were helpful in reading the radiation levels in Fukushima […]

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Samsung Devices to Get Nokia Maps

by RJ Kon September 2, 2014
The two tech giants have made a deal to develop Nokia’s own Here maps for Samsung Android devices. This deal first tests the beta version of the app on handsets and also the Gear S, smartwatch from Samsung. Samsung has the been the distinguished manufacturer of Android devices. It has taken complete advantage of the […]
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Ralph Lauren Releases Smart Shirt for Athletes

by RJ Kon August 26, 2014
Being smart is the way to live in this modern era. Sports is the field that is most concentrated on by the developers of new technology. They are implementing their amazing ideas to improve the precision and accuracy, which is the key factor for success in this field. Success and failure are different by a […]
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Facebook Introduces Changes for its Newfeed

by RJ Kon August 26, 2014
Facebook, there are few people who does not know what this is and we can count their number of fingers. The number of subscribers for this has been on the rise from its inception. The website has been undergoing number of changes to improve the user experience on the website making it more user friendly […]

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Virtual Reality and the Future of Experience Gaming

by Ranjan Yadavon August 21, 2014
Virtual Reality is indeed the next big thing in gaming sector as this is the fastest-growing entertainment sector in the world, worth $75.5bn in 2013. The gaming sector is anticipated to be worth more than $100bn by 2017. The prime event in the video-game arena is the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), where publishers and developers […]
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Foodmento: A Mobile Platform for Food Lovers

by Ranjan Yadavon August 20, 2014
Foodmento is a New York based robust mobile platform for anyone to discover, organize and share the best dishes in the world. It also allows people to connect with the people who love them. Finding, trying and loving amazing new dishes is one of these experiences lived, relished best when shared with loved ones. At […]

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LG G Pad 8.0 LTE tablet’s globe-trotting plans announced

by Nick Adamson August 15, 2014
The LG G Pad 8.0 tablet’s LTE version is all set to begin its globe-trotting expeditions this week. This device compatible with the faster internet networks will be made available in certain European countries this week. In a few weeks time, the gadget will arrive in multiple other nations in Central and South America, Asia […]
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BandPage joins forces with Spotify to directly sell music to fans

by Nick Adamson August 13, 2014
Spotify and BandPage, two music related services have come together to make it easier for listeners to buy music online. Spotify is a music streaming services with millions of loyal subscribers, while BandPage serves as a platform for musicians who wish to sell their music to their fans. The partnership has only just been announced […]

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CactusVPN Review: Surf anonymously and watch sites outside US, UK

by Gizmoration July 18, 2014
How many times have your tried to watch your favorite sites while outside U.S. or U.K. and it was impossible to enjoy them or you just wanted to surf the web anonymously? CactusVPN is a able to hide your IP address, download torrents anonymously and encrypt your internet connection, but the most important feature from my point […]
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Valve pulls Earth: Year 2066 from Steam

by Ryan Burgesson May 7, 2014
Valve has finally pulled the early access indie game Earth: Year 2066 from Steam after complaints from people that bought the game. Though that wasn’t all the developer ‘Killing Day Studios’ was doctoring their games Steam forum to make sure no negative feedback was able to be seen. It turns out that they also were […]

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CCP talks about their ‘new’ game Project Legion

by Ryan Burgesson May 3, 2014
CCP announced yesterday a brand new game they are working on named Project Legion, it is essentially what the PS3 has in DUST514 but different enough to be given it its own identity. CCP CEO Hilmar Veigar Pétursson said to Eurogamer: a new approach to being a mercenary on the ground It’s almost that experience […]
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Killer Is Dead PC system requirements revealed

by Ryan Burgesson May 3, 2014
Killer Is Dead’s PC requirements have been revealed thanks to its steam store page and it looks like those of us with older PC’s will be just fine. Here are the game’s PC system requirements: Minimum: OS: Windows Vista 64-bit Processor: 2.0 Ghz or above Memory: 2 GB RAM Graphics: GPU that supports Shader Model […]
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Techland releases some more info on Hellraid

by Ryan Burgesson May 1, 2014
Its taken a long time for Techland to release anymore information on their brand new IP Hellraid but finally we have gotten a trailer and a little more insight into what kind of game we are going to get. In an interview with VG247, Game Producer Marcin Kruczkiewicz spoke about last gen limitations: We’re constantly […]

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Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare PC version to be release on June 24

by Ryan Burgesson April 29, 2014
PopCap announced today that PvZ: GW will be releasing on Origin in a couple of months time from now in June. EA first announced the game at E3 last year but at least for me it slowly faded into obscurity, I never played the ‘original’ PvZ but they were held in high regard by many […]
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Linux now supported by Unreal Engine 4

by Ryan Burgesson April 27, 2014
It was revealed today in Unreal Engine 4.1 update notes that Linux is now going to be supported by the engine. This is great news for those of us wanting to get off of Windows as the industry’s most popular engine is now able to play on Linux systems. This should mean if Unreal Engine […]

 
 
 
 

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