Articles for July 2014

Articles for July 2014

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Less tracking from Microsoft in their ads
Less tracking from Microsoft in their ads
by Pete Daniel on 16 July 2014 · 1606 views
In line with changes to consolidate and simplify the Google privacy policy, Microsoft has been busy updating their own policies lately. The most recent update made a few things much clearer for users of the various Microsoft web sites and apps. ... Read more
LG Unveils KizON - a Child-Tracking Wristband
LG Unveils KizON - a Child-Tracking Wristband
by Dan Vlasic on 14 July 2014 · 2408 views
LG's KizON wristband is a Wi-Fi and GPS equipped gadget with 36 hour battery life, 125MB Rom and 64MB RAM and most importantly, with One Step Direct Call feature. ... Read more
China: iPhone is Threat to National Security
China: iPhone is Threat to National Security
by Dan Vlasic on 13 July 2014 · 1700 views
One of the main Chinese broadcasters labeled iPhone as a threat to national security. ... Read more
US Bans Uncharged Laptops and Smartphones from Flights
US Bans Uncharged Laptops and Smartphones from Flights
by Dan Vlasic on 10 July 2014 · 1751 views
In order to promote aviation security, Homeland Security and the US Transportation Security Administration enhance security procedures on flights to the US, and the new set of rules doesn't allow uncharged and turned off smartphones aboard planes. ... Read more
How to use System Restore in Windows 8/8.1
How to use System Restore in Windows 8/8.1
by Michael Black on 9 July 2014 · 2824 views
One of the most useful features in the entire history of Windows OS, is System Restore. This can be used to remedy a variety of different situations, such as a faulty driver that prevents your system from running properly. ... Read more
Samsung Takes Aim At iPhone's Battery Life In New S5 Advert
Samsung Takes Aim At iPhone's Battery Life In New S5 Advert
by Pete Daniel on 9 July 2014 · 1960 views
The ongoing battle for smart phone dominance rages on with Samsung taking a pot-shot at Apple's iPhone history of poor battery life. Their latest advert for the Samsung Galaxy S5 shows supposed Apple users tied to the wall charing their iPhone 5S. ... Read more
LG G3 with 5.5-inch 2560×1440 IPS LCD Display. Is this going too far?
LG G3 with 5.5-inch 2560×1440 IPS LCD Display. Is this going too far?
by Pete Daniel on 9 July 2014 · 1983 views
With the ongoing race for improvement in the digital device space, each year devices are released with better features. 2013 was the year of 1080p “Full HD” and 4G LTE communications. 2014 may be the year of the LG G3. ... Read more
Microsoft IPv4 Addresses Run Out. Faster Switch to IPv6 Needed
Microsoft IPv4 Addresses Run Out. Faster Switch to IPv6 Needed
by Pete Daniel on 8 July 2014 · 2285 views
Microsoft is running into technical difficulties with its Azure cloud hosting platform due to a lack of available IPv4 IP-based addresses to assign. Customers have started noticing that the IP addresses for cloud servers are not in the USA. ... Read more
Firefox Marketplace Apps for Android
Firefox Marketplace Apps for Android
by Pete Daniel on 8 July 2014 · 20901 views
Eager to step out from the shadow of its ever popular Mozilla Firefox web browser, the Mozilla organization is stepping boldly into OS apps that run on Android as well as its own upcoming Firefox OS. ... Read more
Tor Might Be Monitored by NSA
Tor Might Be Monitored by NSA
by Dan Vlasic on 7 July 2014 · 2751 views
Trying to avoid censorship, access websites for adults, contact your source for another big article, or protect your location from an abusive partner? NSA has you marked, analyzed and labeled. ... Read more
How to Jailbreak iOS 7.1.2 Untethered on Windows or Mac
How to Jailbreak iOS 7.1.2 Untethered on Windows or Mac
by Mihai Neacsu on 7 July 2014 · 6350 views
The Chinese jailbreaking team Pangu (also on Twitter) released their iOS 7.x jailbreak on 23 June this year. The jailbreak is now at version 1.1.0 and works on iOS 7.x including the latest iOS 7.1.2. ... Read more
Lack of originality with iOS 8. Many iOS 8 "new" features already on Android
Lack of originality with iOS 8. Many iOS 8 "new" features already on Android
by Pete Daniel on 4 July 2014 · 1963 views
It used to be that when a new Apple iOS operating system was released to much fanfare at a developer conference, the audience was wowed with a sense of everything being so clever and so new. Not anymore. ... Read more
Malwarebytes Releases Anti-Exploit Free & Premium from Beta
Malwarebytes Releases Anti-Exploit Free & Premium from Beta
by Pete Daniel on 4 July 2014 · 2005 views
Malwarebytes is digging deeper than their previous software offerings by looking for ways to offer more. Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit is their answer to the risks of modern applications running within Windows being weak points for hackers. ... Read more
Google Readies Cross-Platform QuantumPaper UI For Consistent Looking Apps
Google Readies Cross-Platform QuantumPaper UI For Consistent Looking Apps
by Pete Daniel on 4 July 2014 · 1516 views
Google has a secret project in the works that presently is going by the name, Quantum Paper UI. The intention behind this project is to help unify how apps will look in the future across Android, iOS, web sites regardless of form factor or platform. ... Read more
Amazon Fire Phone Features Overview
Amazon Fire Phone Features Overview
by Pete Daniel on 4 July 2014 · 1776 views
Amazon.com continues its march into all areas of online retail and consumer hardware offerings with their Amazon Fire phone device. This will initially be launched on the AT&T US cellular phone network with other networks surely to follow. ... Read more
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