Articles for May 2014

Articles for May 2014

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5.5 Inch Version of iPhone 6 Expected to Become Apple's Upcoming Flagship Product
5.5 Inch Version of iPhone 6 Expected to Become Apple's Upcoming Flagship Product
by Chris Thomas on 11 May 2014 · 4105 views
Apple has been working on loading as much advanced technology as possible into the special 5.5 inch version of the upcoming iPhone 6. ... Read more
Symantec: AntiVirus Is Dead
Symantec: AntiVirus Is Dead
by Dan Vlasic on 10 May 2014 · 11581 views
Symantec, the antivirus pioneer, was the company that first came up with an idea and its implementation of anti-virus software. 25 years later, the company’s Vice-President Brian Dye says “anti-virus is dead.” ... Read more
How to screen capture a fixed region instead of a regular print screen on Windows
How to screen capture a fixed region instead of a regular print screen on Windows
by Mihai Neacsu on 10 May 2014 · 30419 views
At some point in your tech life you might find the need to screen capture a fixed region from within your Windows OS. While the default Print included in Windows don't offer this capability, there are several software that can do that for you. ... Read more
Foursquare Splits Into Two Seperate Interfaces, Introduces Swarm App to Take Over Social Features
Foursquare Splits Into Two Seperate Interfaces, Introduces Swarm App to Take Over Social Features
by Chris Thomas on 10 May 2014 · 1973 views
Foursquare has announced that it will be splitting its popular app into two different apps - Foursqaure and a new app called Swarm ... Read more
2048 now comes with Official iOS and Android apps
2048 now comes with Official iOS and Android apps
by Mihai Neacsu on 9 May 2014 · 2150 views
The latest announcement from its developer Gabriele Cirulli tells us that the game 2048 is now available on iOS and Android through dedicated apps. ... Read more
Mail Attachments in iOS 7 are vulnerable
Mail Attachments in iOS 7 are vulnerable
by Dan Vlasic on 8 May 2014 · 1891 views
Independent developer Andreas Kurtz reports about vulnerability in iOS 7, which enables hackers get access to files that are attached to emails. The vulnerability contradicts Apple’s statement that iDevices additionally encrypt email attachments. ... Read more
Google Search Engine Features You Might Have Skipped
Google Search Engine Features You Might Have Skipped
by Dan Vlasic on 7 May 2014 · 3830 views
A search engine is the key element and a gate to the Internet in any online research, so what more can it be but a search engine, search results, and advertisements? Google search engine can be fun and productive tool. ... Read more
Mother's Day Giveaway: Picture Collage Maker (Win+Mac)
Mother's Day Giveaway: Picture Collage Maker (Win+Mac)
by Mihai Neacsu on 7 May 2014 · 2027 views
With Mother's Day coming up, PearlMountain Technology offers Picture Collage Maker Pro for Windows (originally $39.90) and Picture Collage Maker for Mac (originally $29.90) free of charge between 10-12 May. ... Read more
Alternatives to Google Search Engine That Do Not Store User Data
Alternatives to Google Search Engine That Do Not Store User Data
by Dan Vlasic on 7 May 2014 · 4708 views
Below is the list of alternative search engines that claim not to store user data, or what search engines you should try if you’re worried about State Department poking their nose in your user data. ... Read more
Reviewing The Best Android Media Players
Reviewing The Best Android Media Players
by Dan Vlasic on 7 May 2014 · 4661 views
Below is the list of 8 free Android video players we consider worth your attention. Some of them have extensive file and codec support, while others have advanced functionality. ... Read more
Tech Giants Defying Govt. or so They Say
Tech Giants Defying Govt. or so They Say
by Dan Vlasic on 3 May 2014 · 1776 views
Google, Microsoft, Apple and Facebook are planning to protect user data against state surveillance defying the government. ... Read more
Heartbleed Detection Tools
Heartbleed Detection Tools
by Dan Vlasic on 2 May 2014 · 2339 views
Heartbleed has been keeping a lot of people on their toes lately – from major services like Elance to small retail e-stores. A lot of people launched changing their passwords just to find out their banking services might not have patched the hole. ... Read more
How to disable OneDrive in Windows 8.1, removing the OneDrive tray icon in the process (2 methods)
How to disable OneDrive in Windows 8.1, removing the OneDrive tray icon in the process (2 methods)
by Mihai Neacsu on 1 May 2014 · 22652 views
So how to disable OneDrive if you don't use it, get rid of the extra tray icon and clean up the Explorer side panel as well? We'll show you 2 easy methods on how to do just that, as well as re-enabling OneDrive if you change your mind later on. ... Read more
The Difference Between x64 and IA-64
The Difference Between x64 and IA-64
by Dan Vlasic on 1 May 2014 · 3286 views
When one of the utilities, namely devcon.exe, refused to run on my Win 7 because it was an IA-64-only, I knew I was not the only one wondering what the catch was all about. So, here is the breakdown. ... Read more
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