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Applebee’s has reported a plan to purchase 100,000 tablets for 1,800 of its US locations and using them to allow customers to order without having to actually talk to someone.
They plan on buying their tablets from Presto, who specialize …Read More »
The first full trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 was released today, and boy was it worth the wait. If you’re a fan of the recent reboot, you’ll be pleased to know that the sequel looks like more of the …Read More »
It has just been revealed that Ouya, the company which created the mini-console with the same name, will now be accepting Bitcoin as payment.
The Ouya was released earlier this year and allows people to play Android-based games on their …Read More »
Apple’s next-generation Mac Pro is scheduled to release this year, but only has a vague release date of “December.” It’s a week into the month and we still haven’t heard anything from Apple about a firm release date. But now …Read More »
Blockbuster has announced that it will be closing 62 more stores in the United Kingdom. This will also mean that 427 previous employees of the company will now be out of a job.
The closure will take place in just …Read More »
When the Man of Steel sequel was announced, many weren’t expecting a Batman vs. Superman movie. Two of DC’s biggest superheroes are set to clash in a movie the company is hoping can compete with The Avengers in 2015. But …Read More »
The web is already filled with lots of cloud-based file storage and file sharing services but most of these services would require you to install a desktop app or software. Now, what if you just want to share some photos …Read More »
Windows includes various shortcut options for software, documents and folders. Shortcuts give you quicker access to your documents, files, and software. On Windows Vista, 7, and 8 (sorry XP users), you can turn your Windows folders into taskbar “toolbars” that …Read More »
Nowadays, a lot of people are obsessed with taking selfies and selcas. It’s like every now and then you get to see one of your Facebook and Instagram friends posting their newest self-portrait shots. Apparently, the whole idea of taking …Read More »
Yo, ho, ho Santa Clause is coming to town this December! So why not add some seasonal sparkle to your Windows 7 desktop? You can add new Xmas themes, animations and icons to the Windows 7 desktop.
The best way …Read More »
Enjoy some nostalgia with 57% off Back to the Future 25th anniversary trilogy on Blu-ray.Read More »
Ever heard of the Intel Web Tablet, also known as Intel IPAD? No? Then you’re not alone. A decade before Apple unveiled their highly popular iPad, Intel developed a tablet of their own. Or sort of a tablet, as it …Read More »
Want to crack down on the Neo-Nazi movement? There’s an app for that. German authorities have created a new app, dubbed Nazi Shazam, that is intended to help curb the Neo-Nazi movement.
The app operates similar to the popular Shamaz …Read More »
Dual screens are not just for your computer at work anymore. The Russian phone maker Yota Devices has developed a new smartphone that has two screens, one on either side of the device. One is a traditional smartphone LCD screen …Read More »
Samy Kamkar, a hacker already well known for his past hacks such as crashing MySpace in 2005, has revealed both the hardware as well as software specs on how to build a drone which can find other drones, hack and …Read More »
By the middle of 2014, a new USB specification is set to be finalized, bringing with it perhaps the biggest change to the standard ever. In addition to the already existing USB 3.1 specification, a new connector, called Type-C, will …Read More »
Volvo has announced a new autonomous driving project, fittingly called Drive Me. The car manufacturer is partnering with authorities in Sweden to bring self-driving cars to the road by 2017. 100 cars will be given to selected drivers, who will …Read More »
These days, drones are being used for everything, even for smuggling contraband into a prison. In the past, only the military had drones, but now, anyone can just walk into a store and purchase one of these bad boys. They …Read More »
The Affordable Health Care Act has definitely had a tumultuous couple of months. Finally it seems to be working for the most part and on Monday it was able to handle a million users, though there are still some bugs …Read More »
Great design. We have to wonder though, is it possible to fly a plane through that opening spot? Hmmm!Read More »
One of the most beautiful places on Earth no doubt. But, it’s also dangerous so beware of the crashing waves.Read More »
Someone should get fired for virtually doing it on the job.Read More »
Beware of your iPhone, for it might try to take you out with fire.Read More »
The next step is for us to create a ‘droid army. By then, it should be obvious that the end is near.Read More »
The fighting chorography was surprisingly decent.Read More »
No matter how careful you are when it comes to safeguarding your computer; there is still a probability for others to pry into your private files and folders. It’s also a no-brainer that they will be tempted to click on …Read More »
Windows 8 has given Windows a makeover. If you’re still with Windows XP, Vista, or 7 you can emulate the new Windows 8 with various toolkits. These toolkits will add the Windows 8 modern UI (metro) theme and apps to …Read More »
Microsft Windows has fairly limited 3D effects and options. The addition of Windows Aero in Windows 7 added Flip 3D, with 3D taskbar windows, but that aside there aren’t many 3D options included with Windows. However, with a few extra …Read More »
Do you often forget to switch your smartphone to silent or vibrate mode? Well, you are not alone. Come to think of it, switching from one volume setting to another can become quite troublesome especially if you are in a …Read More »
Managing contacts on Android devices is quite simple, especially so if you are adding them to your Google account. Switching from one Android device to a newer one is a seamless process, and all you need to do is to …Read More »
Just when you thought your computer would be safe if you kept it offline, scientists go and prove you wrong. Scientists at the Fraunhofer Institute for Communication have developed malware that can be transmitted not through a regular network, but …Read More »