Articles for August 2014

Articles for August 2014

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Top 5 Creepy Mobile Games That Kill the Humankind
by Dan Vlasic on 31 August 2014 · 2551 views
These games aren't casual pick-and-drop time-killers for satiated hedonists. They are engrossing, creepy, atmospheric and complex strategies that ultimately lead humanity to an Extinction Level Event. ... Read more
Apple Could Release Details About Upcoming iWatch at September 9th Event
by Chris Thomas on 31 August 2014 · 613 views
Apple could be unveiling the specs for its new iWatch wristwear at the same September 9th event that it is expected to debut the iPhone 6 at next month. ... Read more
Vine App Upgraded with New Camera, Editing Features, and Interface Design
by Chris Thomas on 31 August 2014 · 1146 views
Vine recently introduced a slew of new feature, including an upgraded camera, better editing tools, and a redesigned icon layout. ... Read more
New Gauntlet Release Delayed to September 23rd
by Michael Black on 30 August 2014 · 633 views
It looked as though Gauntlet was going to be available on Steam next Wednesday, September 3rd. However, plans have changed, and the release has been delayed another 20 days in order to do some last minute fine tuning. ... Read more
Dropbox Introduces new Pro Package to Compete with Cloud Vendors
by Michael Black on 30 August 2014 · 711 views
There is no denying the fact that the cloud storage market is starting to really heat up. With millions of users across the world getting acquainted with the convenience of the cloud, cloud vendors like Google, Microsoft, and Dropbox are doing their ... Read more
Instragram Introduces New Hyperlapse App for Taking Timelapse Videos in iOS
by Chris Thomas on 30 August 2014 · 973 views
Instagram has just introduced a new app for the iPhone that allows users to record videos and instantly turn them into timelapse videos. ... Read more
How to use the Family Web Filter in Windows 8/8.1
by Michael Black on 27 August 2014 · 1000 views
The Parental Controls have been replaced by "Family Safety" in both Windows 8 and Windows 8.1. Although the primary concept of keeping your kids safe while using the PC hasn't changed, a few of the mechanics and processes are different. ... Read more
How to Encrypt Files and Folders in Windows 7 and 8/8.1
by Michael Black on 27 August 2014 · 1071 views
An encrypted file or folder can only be accessed by the user who originally encrypted the file or folder in question. Because of this, encryption has become a great way to prevent unwanted access to sensitive data at the office and at home. ... Read more
How to Enable/Disable Found New Hardware Alerts
by Michael Black on 27 August 2014 · 1911 views
For those who are frequently connecting and disconnecting USB devices, this notification can become somewhat of a nuisance -- but fortunately, it is pretty easy to disable it. ... Read more
NBA 2K15 System Requirements Revealed
by Michael Black on 26 August 2014 · 3646 views
Basketball fans will be pleased to hear the minimum and recommended system requirements have been announced for the latest installment of the franchise. ... Read more
How to Download and Apply Themes in Google Chrome
by Michael Black on 26 August 2014 · 1623 views
There are a ton of themes available for Google Chrome that can give your browser a whole new look and feel. Some of them are official Google themes, and others are user created -- needless to say, there are a plethora of these to choose from. ... Read more
How to Delete Files and Folders via Command Prompt
by Michael Black on 26 August 2014 · 1670 views
If you are having trouble deleting a certain file or folder from your computer by traditional means, you may have better luck attempting to remove it via the Command Prompt utility. ... Read more
The U.S. Govt. Can Now Legally Access Digital Data Stored Overseas
by Dan Vlasic on 26 August 2014 · 627 views
A New York judge ruled that US-issued search warrants applied to all digital content located on servers worldwide. ... Read more
Sales Report shows 92% of PC Games were sold digitally in 2013
by Michael Black on 25 August 2014 · 998 views
PC Gaming has been moving towards a no more boxes scenario for quite a while now, but a rather eye-opening statistic was recently released: in 2013, 92% of all PC game sales were made digitally. ... Read more
How to Install Windows 8.1 Virtual Machine on Windows 7
by Michael Black on 25 August 2014 · 1145 views
This tutorial will teach you how to set-up your Windows 8.1 virtual machine. However, to do this, you'll need a valid Windows 8/8.1 installation disc/ISO file, as well as a license. ... Read more
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