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Last week, a very disturbing video was posted live on Facebook. The video depicted a Korean man murdering his eleven-month-old daughter. He then killed himself. All live. All on video. As soon as Facebook heard about the video, the company took it down. But by that time thousands of »04/28/2017, Steve Luck
Microsoft is officially cutting off all support for Windows Vista. Vista was never really the popular kid in the Microsoft sandbox anyway, but some people are still hanging onto it. If you’re one of those people, stop. Stop now. Update. Yesterday, all support for Vista ended. No more bug fixes. »04/12/2017, Tom Brook
You might have heard about Pandora Premium a few months ago, but Pandora was slow to release the streaming music service. That day has come and Pandora Premium is now ready to contend with the likes of Spotify. Even though Pandora has some tough competition with Spotify, there’s still a »03/13/2017, Jim Lewis
Yesterday, WikiLeaks dumped a massive amount of files on the Internet. Those files claim that the US Government (USG) has been using various devices to spy on certain people. The nature of this spying has a lot of tech companies (including Apple and Samsung) writing statements to its public today. »03/08/2017, Jim Lewis
Eight or so years ago, Mozilla’s Firefox was the definitive web browser to use. It’s still popular with desktop users. But Mozilla was never able to cross over into mobile quite as well as Google was with Chrome or Apple was with Safari. The most obvious reason being that »02/27/2017, Alex Choi
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Google has released its latest OS called (for now) Android O (the OS will eventually get a ‘sweet sounding’ name to go along with the rest of Google’s lineup). Android O introduces a few new features that Android users will probably like. A lot. But some of those features »03/23/2017, Steve Luck
Artificial intelligence in the form of phone assistance isn’t anything new at this point. Apple led the pack with Siri, but other companies have started to create these assistants too. The latest company to jump into the AI craze is Samsung. While Samsung tried creating an AI assistant a »03/20/2017, Steve Luck
The one thing that irritates me about the WiFi connection in my home is that it isn’t always reliable. If I wander into one room or another, the connection might drop. This irritation has led me to look into building a stronger WiFi connection, which has led me to a »03/06/2017, Alan Vega
Smartphone users used to buy a phone every time a new one came out. People would shell out hundreds for the newest phone technology. But this has stopped. Why? Phone technology isn’t really improving. Nothing new has been released in a while. Companies like Apple put out new phones, »09/01/2016, Danny Mills
Acer has just released a laptop that’s possibly thinner than any other (or most other) laptop on the market. The Acer Swift 7 laptop is powered by Intel’s Core i5 7th generation processor and measures 9.98mm. That’s pretty darn thin. Yes, this laptop is thinner than Apple’s MacBook. So what »08/31/2016, Alan Vega
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Message synchronizer for Outlook Express is a powerful tool for synchronization E-mail messages database among computers. Message Synchronizer for Outlook Express helps you have one message database on several computers.
MING Network Monitor Home is a software solution for users who want to monitor Internet traffic on the home network, including instant messages (AOL, MSN, Yahoo, ICQ and QQ), emails sent and received, web sites visited, and files downloaded.
WeatherAloud reads weather forecasts and conditions aloud from over 7500 locations worldwide. Wake up to your local forecast, listen to hourly temperatures from your favorite vacation spot, or hear conditions where your distant loved ones are.
Shows you off a colourful plasma effect also known as Plasma Sphere or Illuma Storm, complete with beautiful space scenes and ambient music. Watch a space plasma object arriving from a galaxy far far away.
Fully automated PC usage/Project tracking software surveys the time spent on the PC. WorkTime gathers statistics about projects you work on, applications you run, documents you open, websites you visit and time spent for every of these activities.