Articles for January 2015

Articles for January 2015

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Apple Sells a Record-Breaking 74.5 Million iPhones in the First Quarter of 2015
by Chris Thomas on 31 January 2015 · 917 views
Thanks to the strong launch of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, Apple was able to sell almost 75 million iPhones in just the first quarter of this fiscal year. ... Read more
Microsoft's IllumiRoom Becomes RoomAlive: Kinect Sensors and Projectors Can Transform Any Room into an Augmented Reality Game
by Chris Thomas on 31 January 2015 · 2259 views
The same technology used to create IllumiRoom has become a more advanced proof-of-concept project called RoomAlive, which extends beyond the surrounding areas of the TV to transform an entire room into an augmented gaming environment. ... Read more
Limited Time Discounts for Popular Android Games on Amazon
by Chrisanna Lazaridou on 31 January 2015 · 891 views
A limited time discount offer by Amazon for games that are nominated for the D.I.C.E. Awards. ... Read more
In Rocket Cars, it's only a matter of wacky racing
by Chrisanna Lazaridou on 31 January 2015 · 908 views
Rocket Cars marks a different turn to the way you’ve known them until now. ... Read more
Ravenous Games announce Devious Dungeon 2
by Chrisanna Lazaridou on 31 January 2015 · 1453 views
Official announcement from Revenous Game about the sequel to Devious Dungeon. ... Read more
Game Review: Monument Valley
by Dan Vlasic on 29 January 2015 · 1926 views
If you are on a fence, doubting whether a relatively short mobile game can be worth $4, I would like to push down the weigh in its favor. It's a pure, elegant and dazzling delight – get it. ... Read more
How to install Windows 10 Technical Preview on Oracle VirtualBox
by Pete Daniel on 29 January 2015 · 4224 views
Want to give the latest Windows 10 a go? Trying using a virtual machine to install the newest build. One such choice for visualization is the Oracle VM VirtualBox software. Here we explain how to install VirtualBox and Windows 10 Technical Preview. ... Read more
Google Explains Why Billion User Flaw Is Too Much Trouble to Bother Fixing
by Pete Daniel on 29 January 2015 · 668 views
Google has stepped up to defend the reason why the company has chosen to not update pre-KitKat versions of Android to deal with a WebView vulnerability that affects over 60 percent (or just under 1 billion mobile devices) of their existing user base. ... Read more
Firefox releases 35.0.1 to fix crippling add-on failure & GoDaddy Webmail crashes
by Pete Daniel on 29 January 2015 · 1525 views
Not long after Mozilla released Firefox version 35 as a Stable release they had to patch it for a slew of bugs discovered either before the release or after it, and now patched. The main issue was some add-ons would no longer run correctly. ... Read more
How to enable the Spartan browser's Edge engine in Windows 10
by Pete Daniel on 29 January 2015 · 2210 views
The full Spartan browser replacement to Internet Explorer 11 has not been implemented yet in the public builds of Windows 10 Technical Preview, but it's still possible to enable the EDGE engine that runs it and get a speed boost within IE 11. ... Read more
Google expands testing of autoplay feature on YouTube videos
by Pete Daniel on 29 January 2015 · 1147 views
Google expanded out its testing of their AutoPlay feature into video controls and end of video playback notifications. This extends what they added previously to the right sidebar where playlists would run through linked videos until all were played. ... Read more
USB 3.1 Type-C achieving large transfer performance gains over USB 3.0
by Pete Daniel on 29 January 2015 · 2084 views
The USB 3.1 Type-C was the topic of discussion at the recent CES because faster data transfers has been of interest for a while. The USB 3.1 which was approved by the USB 3.0 Promotor Group and has now been performance tested. And the results here. ... Read more
Keep Google Searches Private With Blur
by Pete Daniel on 29 January 2015 · 1043 views
Blur is a useful privacy extension that can ensure that Google cannot track your searches back to your own profile. Proxy servers are used to keep things anonymous. This Firefox add-on/Chrome extension is an alternative to Startpage and Blekko. ... Read more
New Aluminum air battery improves on Lithium-Ion is water refillable
by Pete Daniel on 29 January 2015 · 1345 views
Fugi Pigment have made an interesting announcement about a green battery design that combines aluminum-air design properties which can run for up to two weeks and then be refilled with tap water. Yes, tap water. Ten times the energy density too. ... Read more
Google’s Newest Awarded Patent is an Automatic Incognito Mode
by Pete Daniel on 29 January 2015 · 681 views
Google was recently granted a new patent to automatically turn on incognito mode in a mobile or desktop web browser. The U.S Patent No. 8,935,798 B1 was filed back in 2011 by Nest which was bought out by Google as part of their Internet of Things. ... Read more
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