Articles for April 2014

Articles for April 2014

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Battery Life in Samsung Galaxy S5 and Ultra Power Saving Mode Explained
Battery Life in Samsung Galaxy S5 and Ultra Power Saving Mode Explained
by Pete Daniel on 11 April 2014 · 2108 views
Battery life is a constant challenge with mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. While every manufacturer frequently quotes optimistic battery times, rarely if ever does the reality live up to the battery life suggested. ... Read more
Learn About Secure Boot And How It Improves PC Security
Learn About Secure Boot And How It Improves PC Security
by Pete Daniel on 11 April 2014 · 1557 views
With the growing threat of infectious low-level malware which can get into the boot process to load in malicious programs or prevent an operating system from starting, Intel developed EFI in the 1990s to secure the boot process. ... Read more
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, the first line of defense for many, got a major update. What's new in 2.0?
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, the first line of defense for many, got a major update. What's new in 2.0?
by Pete Daniel on 10 April 2014 · 1392 views
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware 2.0 is the latest iteration from the stalwart of malware detection and removal. This version replaces the Malwarebytes Anti-Malware 1.75 version which came before it. The thing about Malwarebytes was that it was never one to ... Read more
Gmail Moves To Protect User Data With Encrypted Datacenter Traffic
Gmail Moves To Protect User Data With Encrypted Datacenter Traffic
by Pete Daniel on 10 April 2014 · 1098 views
The use of the HTTPS encrypted connection means that data sent via a web browser across the internet to a web server is encrypted end to end. ... Read more
Dropbox Launches Interesting New Photo Storage App Called Carousel
Dropbox Launches Interesting New Photo Storage App Called Carousel
by Chris Thomas on 10 April 2014 · 1318 views
Online file storage and sharing giant Dropbox has just launched a new photo and media storing app called Carousel. ... Read more
A Preschooler Finds Major Xbox Security Bug, Earns $50 Reward
A Preschooler Finds Major Xbox Security Bug, Earns $50 Reward
by Dan Vlasic on 10 April 2014 · 1049 views
A five-year-old prodigy accidentally discovered one of the biggest Xbox One security bugs that enables anyone to log in to password-protected user accounts without the correct password. ... Read more
How to Schedule your Gmail Messages
How to Schedule your Gmail Messages
by Dan Vlasic on 10 April 2014 · 2239 views
If you need to write an email message now, but would like to send it at a later point, there just might be a fix to it in Gmail. Chances are Calendar reminders of our friends’ birthdays sometimes pass unnoticed, and we fail to send a message on tim ... Read more
How to loop a sound or song on SoundCloud, plus the full Keyboard Shortcuts list
How to loop a sound or song on SoundCloud, plus the full Keyboard Shortcuts list
by Mihai Neacsu on 9 April 2014 · 22390 views
So you got a song looping addiction and Auto Replaying a YouTube video is not enough for you? We've got you covered for SoundCloud as well. ... Read more
How to slipstream the Windows 8.1 Update (KB2919355)
How to slipstream the Windows 8.1 Update (KB2919355)
by Mihai Neacsu on 9 April 2014 · 18989 views
The Windows 8.1 Update is now live and we'll show you how to slipstream it into your Win 8.1 install ISO using WinReducer. ... Read more
Microsoft Updates Security Software to More Effectively Block Adware
Microsoft Updates Security Software to More Effectively Block Adware
by Chris Thomas on 9 April 2014 · 1274 views
Earlier this week Microsoft announced that it would be updating its security software by tightening the criteria used to classify applications as adware. ... Read more
Seagate Releases Fastest 6TB Hard Drive on the Market
Seagate Releases Fastest 6TB Hard Drive on the Market
by Chris Thomas on 9 April 2014 · 1273 views
This week Seagate released a new enterprise-class high-capacity 6TB hard drive that is faster than all competitors and surprisingly doesn't contain helium. ... Read more
YouTube Launches TV Ads to Destroy TV Ads
YouTube Launches TV Ads to Destroy TV Ads
by Dan Vlasic on 9 April 2014 · 3171 views
Apparently, Google is trying to make YouTube content appear more lucrative to advertisers as a part of the large-scale campaign to make advertisers switch from traditional TV ads to YouTube ads. ... Read more
Second Halo Digital Feature In the Works, No Master Chief
Second Halo Digital Feature In the Works, No Master Chief
by Dan Vlasic on 9 April 2014 · 1214 views
The lack of any Halo content on Xbox One has left many devoted fans scrambling for the bits and pieces of information on the next time we will be able to see Master Chief. ... Read more
Encryption security bug Heartbleed affects two thirds of the Internet, including Yahoo
Encryption security bug Heartbleed affects two thirds of the Internet, including Yahoo
by Dan Vlasic on 9 April 2014 · 2549 views
It is catastrophically bad, just a hugely damaging bug, experts say, betting there will be a lot of vulnerable servers a year from now. This won’t get fixed. ... Read more
Google's Ara Project Set To Introduce Customizable, Configurable, and Modular Smartphone Handsets in Early 2015
Google's Ara Project Set To Introduce Customizable, Configurable, and Modular Smartphone Handsets in Early 2015
by Chris Thomas on 8 April 2014 · 2589 views
The Google Ara project is set to revolutionize the way many people buy and use mobile phones. The goal of the project is to create a modular cell phone that can be assembled and configured according to the user's hardware preferences and budget. ... Read more
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