Articles for March 2014

Articles for March 2014

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Some of the best, not so obvious, built in, iOS7 iPhone features
by Mihai Neacsu on 31 March 2014 · 4337 views
We're talking about built-in features in iOS 7 that most users haven't discovered yet, default features that don't require a jailbreak or a third party app to be installed. ... Read more
Why does iTunes or App Store asks for my password every single time I update an app?
by Mihai Neacsu on 31 March 2014 · 1073 views
This happens because you probably have Restrictions enabled on your iPhone, under Settings > General, and have set up your 'Require Password' interval to 'Immediately'. Here's the easy fix. ... Read more
Microsoft Makes Office for iPhone and Android Free
by Dan Vlasic on 30 March 2014 · 1368 views
Microsoft Office mobile applications for iPhone and Android are completely free from now on for all home users. The company has finally eliminated the request to be an Office 365 subscriber to work with the documents enjoying full functionality. ... Read more
Google Glass Aims to Become More Stylish by Partnering With Oakley and Ray-Ban
by Chris Thomas on 29 March 2014 · 1334 views
Google has enlisted the help of eyeglass frame superpower, Luxottica Group - the same company that owns Ray-Ban, Oakley, and several other well-known brands. ... Read more
Amazon Improves Cloudsearch with New Features and Languages
by Chris Thomas on 29 March 2014 · 2874 views
Amazon's Cloudsearch has been updated to include several new useful features and support for 33 languages. Cloudsearch is a unique service that lets enterprises create their own search engines to organize and quickly search through their data. ... Read more
Turkey Tries to Ban YouTube After Twitter (Learn How to Bypass the Ban)
by Chris Thomas on 29 March 2014 · 4868 views
Fortunately for Turkish YouTube users, there are plenty of tips and tricks that will let you bypass the so-called ban without even having to leave the country. ... Read more
'The Last of Us' Scores the Top Prize at GDC, Comes to PS4
by Dan Vlasic on 29 March 2014 · 2930 views
This post-apocalyptic thriller is the winner at the Game Developers Choice Awards held during the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. The Last of Us scored the highest award at one of the three PlayStation awards - for the Best Action Game. ... Read more
Facebook’s DeepFace Can Recognize Your Face in the Crowd with Disturbing Accuracy
by Dan Vlasic on 29 March 2014 · 1975 views
Facebook reveals its potent facial recognition software, DeepFace, which allows Facebook servers to identify users in photographs with creepy accuracy. ... Read more
Android Tablet and Smartphone Security Basics
by Dan Vlasic on 29 March 2014 · 2191 views
Yes, there are reports suggesting 99% of malicious software targets Android devices, yet there is no need to panic since there are many ways you can ensure security of your device. ... Read more
Rearrange the Google Apps and Products in Google's Navigation Bar
by Mihai Neacsu on 28 March 2014 · 1206 views
Google announced yesterday that you can now rearrange all links to Google's products in the navigation bar that appears across many of its products. ... Read more
Unreal Engine by Epic Is Available To Everyone Through Subscription
by Dan Vlasic on 28 March 2014 · 975 views
Epic Games rolled out a new version of its Unreal Engine. The company now allows everyone to develop games using its technology, and all you have to do is subscribe with a $19 monthly plan and you are ready to create awesome apps and games! ... Read more
Microsoft Launches Office Suite for iPad, Word Becomes Top App in US
by Chris Thomas on 28 March 2014 · 1170 views
Today Microsoft released the much anticipated iPad version of their beloved Office suite. The launch has been a tremendous success, being met with millions of downloads and thousands of positive comments and blog articles. ... Read more
Intel Announces 5th Generation Broadwell Chips Set for Release in 2014
by Chris Thomas on 28 March 2014 · 2027 views
Intel has announced that it will be releasing its 5th generation of core processor chips that have been given the codename Broadwell. ... Read more
Google Play Music App for Chrome Brings Mini Player and Drag-And-Drop Uploading [Experimental]
by Dan Vlasic on 28 March 2014 · 1562 views
Google Play Music has received a new entry in the Google Labs section, which enriches it with a whole new dimension of functionality. From now on, you will be able to upload and listen to your own music through a simple drag-and-drop function. ... Read more
British Court Rules Information Stored Electronically Is Not “Property”
by Dan Vlasic on 28 March 2014 · 929 views
According to the recent ruling by the United Kingdom Court, “information stored electronically does not constitute property which someone can exercise possession of.” ... Read more
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