Articles for May 2014

Articles for May 2014

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Avast Community Forum Hacked
by Dan Vlasic on 30 May 2014 · 1131 views
Yes, Avast community forum was hacked, and no, your payment information was not compromised. A few days after the notorious hack, the forum is still down. ... Read more
China Seeks Removal of IBM servers and Bans Windows 8
by Dan Vlasic on 30 May 2014 · 1467 views
Who is to blame Microsoft and IBM are having difficulty doing business in China? Most probably, the State Department. Espionage and surveillance revelations force China to act decisively. ... Read more
How to Quickly Edit and Compile Screenshots to Make Awesome Featured Images and Tutorials
by Dan Vlasic on 29 May 2014 · 2399 views
1. Take screenshots, re-size them and save them into image files. 2. Edit screenshots: add arrows, underline or highlight an area in a screenshot, blur an area. 3. Compile several screenshots of the same size on a single custom-selected canvas. ... Read more
How to get updates for Windows XP after end of support. For now at least.
by Mihai Neacsu on 27 May 2014 · 2109 views
A small tutorial appeared 4 days ago on this german forum, with instructions on how to trick Windows XP to still receive updates. You basically need to create a .reg file with a few lines of code and run it - read on for instructions. ... Read more
Review: @my.com First No Password Mobile Email
by Dan Vlasic on 27 May 2014 · 2248 views
In case you missed the train to grab that desired email address with your favorite nickname or full name without any alterations on Gmail, Hotmail and Yahoo, check out MyMail mobile app - there are tons of name slots that haven't been taken, yet. ... Read more
Apple is Now Trying to Ban the Sale of Samsung's Most Popular Mobile Products... Again
by Chris Thomas on 26 May 2014 · 844 views
In a somewhat surprising turn of events Apple filed papers requesting that the Court ban the sale of all Samsung products that utilize infringing features. ... Read more
Cinavia Anti-Piracy Technology Circumvented By DVD-Ranger Team
by Chris Thomas on 26 May 2014 · 3777 views
A pirating team by the name of DVD-Ranger recently figured out a Cinavia workaround that is making headlines in anti-piracy news. ... Read more
R2-D2 Droid Projector Keyboard Became Available for Pre-Order on Star Wars Day (May 4th)
by Chris Thomas on 26 May 2014 · 1287 views
Japanese retailer Runatown released a unique and interesting holographic projection keyboard in the form of the classic R2-D2 character from the legacy movie series. ... Read more
Amazon's Upcoming 3D Smartphone Could Change the Way Items are Viewed and Sold Online
by Chris Thomas on 26 May 2014 · 1370 views
Amazon is reportedly working on releasing a smartphone that will be capable of displaying stunning 3D images without the user having to wear special glasses or a headset. ... Read more
Minecraft Finally Coming to Next-Gen Consoles in August
by Chris Thomas on 26 May 2014 · 1729 views
After much anticipation it has finally been announced that Minecraft will in fact be coming to the major next-gen consoles, including the Xbox One, Playstation Vita and Playstation 4. ... Read more
Cambridge-Based Company Invents First Ever 3D Fruit Printer
by Chris Thomas on 26 May 2014 · 951 views
A company in Cambridge called Dovetailed has figured out a way to create edible and nutritious "fruit" using a special 3D printer they invented ... Read more
Samsung Gets Ready to Launch 'Gear Solo' Smartwatch with SIM Card
by Chris Thomas on 26 May 2014 · 1338 views
Samsung is reportedly getting ready to launch a new SIM card equipped smartwatch called the Gear Solo. The new mini smartphone on a wristband will be the latest addition to Samsung's 'Gear' line of smartwatches that have been unveiled recently. ... Read more
Mail.ru Launches in the U.S. as My.com
by Dan Vlasic on 25 May 2014 · 912 views
One of Russia's largest domestic email companies now expands its reach internationally, and anyone willing to store his data outside the U.S. may seriously consider My.com as a secure alternative mail client. ... Read more
Google's 'Project Tango' Set to Produce Revolutionary Tablet with 3D Imaging Capabilities
by Chris Thomas on 23 May 2014 · 1087 views
Google has yet another amazing technological advancement under way with its Project Tango - an attempt to bring full-featured 3D image capturing and rendering to mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. ... Read more
Apple's iCloud Activation Bypassed by doulCi Hacking Team - Thousands of Locked iDevices Being Unlocked Per Day
by Chris Thomas on 23 May 2014 · 21356 views
A hacking duo consisting of two well-known Twitter users - MerrukTechnolog and AquaXetine - have released a web-based hack that lets users bypass the iCloud activation process and unlock iPhones and iPads in a few simple steps. ... Read more
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