Monthly archive October, 2014

MasterCard to Come with Biometric Sensor

MasterCard to Come with Biometric Sensor
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The pairing of iPhone 6 & NFC is great news for iPhone users, albeit a little behind the times, as some Android... Read More →

U2 Apologizes for Free iTunes Album

U2 Apologizes for Free iTunes Album
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Last month I got a neat little unexpected surprise - U2's new album, Songs of Innocence, for the gigantic price of... Read More →

Apple SIM Quietly Launched with iPad Air 2

Apple SIM Quietly Launched with iPad Air 2
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After the recent Apple event, it has come to light that the new iPad includes a software-controlled SIM card, which... Read More →

Air Umbrella Uses Air to Keep Off the Rain

Air Umbrella Uses Air to Keep Off the Rain
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It doesn't really matter what kind of umbrella you use - they're pretty much all the same. You unstrap the velcro, hold... Read More →

Guidecentral Launches a New & Improved Maker Program

Guidecentral Launches a New & Improved Maker Program
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The Guidecentral Maker Program assists all kinds of crafters to earn money by sharing their DIY projects with a... Read More →

Vibrating Needles Might Make Shots a Lot Less Scary

Vibrating Needles Might Make Shots a Lot Less Scary
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Okay, be honest - who reading this enjoys getting a shot at the doctor's office? That's what I thought. Most people... Read More →

Windows 10 Will Be Free for Personal Users‏

Windows 10 Will Be Free for Personal Users‏
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All eyes are on Microsoft next year, in 2011 the team screwed up by offering a mobile-like experience to Windows... Read More →

Need Screen Recording? Download the Latest Version of Bandicam

Need Screen Recording? Download the Latest Version of Bandicam
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Bandicam screen recorder allows you to video record a certain area of your PC screen, or you can record a program,... Read More →

Windows Tablets For $65

Windows Tablets For $65
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What does a good cup of Java cost you these days? A couple of bucks, right? So all you need to do is give up coffee for... Read More →

Will.i.am Unveils Puls, Smart-Band Running Forked Version of Android

Will.i.am Unveils Puls, Smart-Band Running Forked Version of Android
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Will.i.am has been showing off his smart-band/smartwatch, named Puls, at conventions and live talk-shows for the past... Read More →

The Latest Version of Sandboxie is Now Available

The Latest Version of Sandboxie is Now Available
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Sandboxie runs your programs in an isolated environment, which safely prevents them from making any permanent changes... Read More →

Will.i.am Set To Unveil His Very Own Smartwatch

Will.i.am Set To Unveil His Very Own Smartwatch
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Will.i.am cannot stop hopping into the tech circle, with his camera accessory for the iPhone 5 and job as Director for... Read More →

Facebook Now Lets Everyone Know You’re Safe in a Disaster

Facebook Now Lets Everyone Know You’re Safe in a Disaster
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Leave it up to Facebook to develop something useful. As of yesterday (Wednesday), a new feature known simply as Safety... Read More →

Make The Most Of iOS 8 With These Cool Apps

Make The Most Of iOS 8 With These Cool Apps
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If you're looking at iOS 8 on your iPhone or iPad, you may be left wondering what the difference is because let's face... Read More →

Finding Ebay Bargains Near You

Finding Ebay Bargains Near You
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If you're a long term user of the online auction website eBay, then you probably already know all the tricks. Using... Read More →

Daredevils Leap From The KL Tower & Land in a Rooftop Pool

Daredevils Leap From The KL Tower & Land in a Rooftop Pool
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Talk about making an entrance! BASE jumpers John Van Horne, Andy Lewis and Matt Frohlich landed in a rooftop swimming... Read More →

ClickStick: The First Smart Deodorant

ClickStick: The First Smart Deodorant
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I do realize we live in an era where seemingly everything is becoming "smarter". Think about it - our tv's, our phones,... Read More →

How to use an Android Device as a Sat Nav Without WiFi

How to use an Android Device as a Sat Nav Without WiFi
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Remember when we used to use maps to get places? Now we rely on a little electronic voice to tell us where to go,... Read More →