Articles for May 2014

Articles for May 2014

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Firefly LED Wristband + App Could Be The Next Social Phenomenon
Firefly LED Wristband + App Could Be The Next Social Phenomenon
by Chris Thomas on 23 May 2014 · 2641 views
A Kickstarter campaign from a company called 3A Ventures is introducing an exciting new LED wristband and social app combo called Firefly. ... Read more
Facebook's new feature identifies music and TV shows/movies playing in the background
Facebook's new feature identifies music and TV shows/movies playing in the background
by Gary Oldwood on 23 May 2014 · 1880 views
With its new feature, Facebook’s mobile app becomes an invisible person that sits right next to you when you’re listening to songs or watching a TV show. ... Read more
Edward Snowden's First Interview to an American TV Channel
Edward Snowden's First Interview to an American TV Channel
by Dan Vlasic on 23 May 2014 · 1849 views
The online media outlets are buzzing in anticipation of Edward Snowden's first interview to an American TV channel ever since his voluntary exile from the U.S. ... Read more
Google enforces HTML5 in Chrome's YouTube - How to switch back to Flash
Google enforces HTML5 in Chrome's YouTube - How to switch back to Flash
by Gary Oldwood on 22 May 2014 · 6441 views
Recently Google enforced an important update in YouTube which affects Chrome users and enforces the use of HTML5 in YouTube videos instead of the traditional Adobe Flash. ... Read more
What's that on your fridge? A Google ad of course.
What's that on your fridge? A Google ad of course.
by Mihai Neacsu on 22 May 2014 · 1865 views
Now this little story is just about everywhere on the internet these days, just like anything a bit out of the ordinary that Google thinks of doing next. So what is it this time? Well of course, advertisement, at a new level. ... Read more
Improve your English with Spell Up: Google's New Web Game Spelling App for the Chrome Browser
Improve your English with Spell Up: Google's New Web Game Spelling App for the Chrome Browser
by Chris Thomas on 21 May 2014 · 2870 views
Google Chrome just recently introduced its own web-based spelling word game contribution called Spell Up. ... Read more
Apple App Store vs. Google Play Store - Which Has More Exclusive Mobile Games?
Apple App Store vs. Google Play Store - Which Has More Exclusive Mobile Games?
by Chris Thomas on 21 May 2014 · 2504 views
Apple and Google are reportedly encouraging developers to create games exclusively for the iOS and Android operating systems. ... Read more
eBay Hacked, change your password now (how-to included)
eBay Hacked, change your password now (how-to included)
by Gary Oldwood on 21 May 2014 · 2964 views
eBay reported only a few hours ago that hackers dug their way into its servers and hit a gold mine by compromising user data. ... Read more
Encrypted Traffic Grows Exponentially After Snowden Revelations
Encrypted Traffic Grows Exponentially After Snowden Revelations
by Dan Vlasic on 21 May 2014 · 1845 views
Last week, a Canadian broadband management company Sandvine published a new report revealing some interesting statistics. According to the report, the amount of encrypted traffic is increasing worldwide after Snowden revelations. ... Read more
Latest info on E3 2014 and the games to appear
Latest info on E3 2014 and the games to appear
by Gary Oldwood on 20 May 2014 · 1986 views
E3 2014 is just a few weeks away, and the number of teasers and playable demos is too damn high. The event will start on the 9th of June and last 3 days, until the 12th. ... Read more
How to Delete Thumbnail Cache in Windows and Why
How to Delete Thumbnail Cache in Windows and Why
by Dan Vlasic on 20 May 2014 · 4934 views
The Windows OS generates thumbnail cache files to make the process of folder loading faster. It needs to be enabled for slow speed drives; it must be disabled if you have privacy concerns; you can delete thumbnail cache files manually or using tools. ... Read more
Security Alert for Android: A Tool That Turns Android Apps Into Malware Goes on Sale
Security Alert for Android: A Tool That Turns Android Apps Into Malware Goes on Sale
by Dan Vlasic on 18 May 2014 · 1786 views
A tool that trojanizes Android apps goes on sale, and anyone with $300 worth of Bitcoin can purchase the tool alongside with 24/7 support. ... Read more
iOS Apps and Games Can Run on Android
iOS Apps and Games Can Run on Android
by Dan Vlasic on 18 May 2014 · 2019 views
Soon, we will be able to port iOS flagship apps and games to our Android devices, which would effectively eliminate the Google vs Apple warfare in terms of OS-exclusive games and apps. ... Read more
Microsoft Announces Launch of New Surface Tablets at May 20th Event
Microsoft Announces Launch of New Surface Tablets at May 20th Event
by Chris Thomas on 17 May 2014 · 1633 views
Microsoft is set to introduce a series of tablets ranging from more affordable "minis" to high-end "pro" devices. ... Read more
Swarm by Foursquare Released for iOS and Android
Swarm by Foursquare Released for iOS and Android
by Dan Vlasic on 16 May 2014 · 2720 views
As we reported earlier this month, Foursquare split its mobile app in two standalone apps - reviews, recommendations and location discovery is now solely the initial Foursquare app prerogative, while the newly born Swarm takes on the social interacti ... Read more
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