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Microsoft Surface Mini To Use Qualcomm Chip : reports

Microsoft Surface Mini To Use Qualcomm Chip : reports

Earlier this week, Microsoft seemed to subtly confirm its plans to unveil a pint-sized version of its Surface tablet, the Surface Mini, when it announced an upcoming “small gathering” scheduled for May 20. Since then, we’ve heard reports that we’ll be getting even more Surface models than a Mini—but a new report today seems to double down on those rumors. Read More »

Adobe launches Voice for iPad to make storytellers of us all (Video)

Adobe launches Voice for iPad to make storytellers of us all

Adobe today announced Adobe Voice, a new iPad app that allows users to make simple animated video “stories” that incorporate voice, photos, icons, music, animated themes, and more. Designed for people that have little to no filmmaking experience, Adobe Voice imagines itself as a useful presentation creation tool for everyone from small business owners to students. Read More »

MacBook Air 2014: More Battery, Less Cash

MacBook Air 2014: More Battery, Less Cash

Apple refreshed its MacBook Air line in late April. Business users will be pleased with the changes, which include updated hardware and lower prices — always an attractive combination. Organizations previously viewing the MacBook Air as potentially unnecessary, luxurious upgrades vs. more conservative but reliable MacBook Pro models may wish to revisit such conclusions. As of April 29, the MacBook ... Read More »

Social Media : Foursquare Splitting Service Into Two Apps

Social Media : Foursquare Splitting Service Into Two Apps

Foursquare is now splitting its main app into two distinct apps–one for local search and another for checking in. Unarguably the check-in feature gets most of the revenue for the Foursquare, and separating it from the main app is probably putting more competition in the market of local search. It is unclear whether the users would be loving the new ... Read More »

Internet Explorer Bug Fixed, Even For XP – Video

Internet Explorer Bug Fixed, Even For XP - Video

Microsoft has reportedly fixed the infamous ‘zero-day exploit’ in Internet Explorer even for Windows XP which is no longer supported by the American company. The bug allowed hackers to install malware on one’s computer without permission, and allowed hacker to steal user’s personal data, track online behavior, or gain control of the computer, CNET reported. Read More »

Child of Light launch trailer released (Video)

Child of Light launch trailer released

Ubisoft has released a new trailer to coincide with today’s Child of Light release date. The game is now available via digital download channels on PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4 and Wii U for £11.99/$14.99. A deluxe retail edition is also available on PC and PlayStation platforms. Read More »

Monitor hacker yells at baby (Video)

Monitor hacker yells at baby

A stranger hacked into a family’s baby monitor and began shouting at their child via its built-in camera, FOX19 has reported. The report states that a hacker had gained access to the camera due to a firmware vulnerability, with the hacker shouting at the baby to “wake up” before the child’s father Adam Schreck entered the room. Adam states that ... Read More »

ET Video Games Found In New Mexico Landfill

ET Video Games Found In New Mexico Landfill

Documentary filmmakers digging in a New Mexico landfill on Saturday unearthed hundreds of “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial” cartridges, considered by some the worst video game ever made and blamed for contributing to the downfall of the video game industry in the 1980s. Some gamers speculate that thousands or even millions of the unwanted cartridges made by Atari were buried in a ... Read More »