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There are many apps in the Apple App Store that drop their prices to free everyday. Finding only the best to download is the hard part. I searched through the many freebies and picked out the best apps for you to download.…Read More »
Google is the web’s leading search engine that has a somewhat plain background. Google no longer include customization options for the Google search engine background. However, with suitable Opera, Chrome, and Firefox browser add-ons and extensions you can add images of your choice as the background for Google.com (and associated country-specific Google search websites.)…Read More »
Every file manager varies in terms of features. Sadly, not all of them can provide the features and functionalities that you want. Not even your phone or tablet’s default file manager. If you want a file management app with better features, you can try some of those that are available for free at the Google Play Store.…Read More »
Windows 8.1 start screen displays tiles of apps that you have pinned . Over time , these apps can clutter up on your start screen and make it difficult to find an app you’re searching for . However there’s a new hidden feature found in Windows 8.1 that enables app list view instead of large tiles on the start screen .…Read More »
Xbox which was released on 22 November one was one of the biggest launches this year accompanied by its rival Playstation 4 and selling over more than one million consoles throughout the world in less than a day . Early adopters of the Xbox one might have expected that the online game store would include mainly demo games and while there are some demo games available , its not easy to locate it .…Read More »
If you have between $20,000 and $30,000, you’ll be able to afford the world’s thinnest mechanical watch when it goes on sale. The watch is known as the Piaget Altiplano 900P, and it is reportedly 3.65mm, which is 0.04mm thinner than the previous record holder, the Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra-Thin Jubilee.…Read More »
What if you could have a pillow that gives you new creative ways to rest your head? You can right now with Forever Pillow. Unlike other pillows, Forever Pillow is more flexible and can even wrap around your body. It’s like an never-ending ring of cloth that is designed to make you comfortable no matter your sleeping position.…Read More »
Virtual reality in video games has always been an epic failed attempt. At the moment, the shining knight in this space is the Oculus Rift, and even it is not a sure thing to bring virtual reality gaming to the mainstream.…Read More »
Since 2006 Norway has started a process that will digitize all the books in the National Library of Norway and make them free to anyone with a Norway IP.
Similar things have been done in the past by countries like Finland as well as the United Kingdom, but by making these materials free to those in Norway, they have gone even further than those two countries.…Read More »
In the last few days there have been thousands of notices sent out to those who post videos of themselves gaming on YouTube. The cause for the notices is copyright infringement and the reason for this is that by putting these videos up, it takes away advertising money from the producers, according to YouTube.…Read More »
As of December 16, Blockbuster is closing the last of its stores in the United Kingdom.
In a month that has already seen them close over a hundred other stores, the remaining 91 stores are being shut down as well and they’re stock is being sold on December 15, some items are even 90% off.…Read More »
We found the Photo of the Day logic folks, and it’s beautiful.Read More »
Eagles, apparently, are not the largest birds in the world; fun fact that I did not know before.Read More »
iPad vs Snake… let’s get ready to rummmmbbbbllleee.Read More »
Christmas is here and you should be listening to the Foo Fighters – My Hero.Read More »
Is this another Matrix? Probably not, and it will probably suck eggs. I’m an optimist. Really.Read More »
We need to find out what this Photo of the Day logic is. The hunt beginsRead More »
Programs leave behind temporary files. In many cases, it is recommended to delete those temp files. You can either do it manually or use a privacy cleaning/temp file cleaning program. dotTech has a review on the best free system/privacy/temp/junk cleaner for Windows.…Read More »
Are you having a hard time cutting that object out from its original photo? If you have a basic knowledge in image editing, then you probably know how tedious it is to separate an image from its background. It takes a lot of time, effort and patience especially if you are dealing with images with very detailed backgrounds.…Read More »
Knowing how to get the APK file of those free Play Store apps could definitely come in handy especially when you have a smartphone or tablet that doesn’t have official access to the Google Play Store. Besides, APKs are also needed to run apps in certain Android emulators.…Read More »
Have you ever come across an unfamiliar object or item and yet, it makes you want to know what it’s called? I bet you have. As a matter of fact, this type of scenario is very common and some of you may have resorted to social media just to satisfy your thirst for answers.…Read More »
Experienced Android users would swear by anything that the best way to get the most out of your device is to root it. However, traditional methods of rooting the device often involved procedures which required usage of a command prompt – a prospect that many users tend to be uncomfortable with.…Read More »
FreeMyApps is a popular service that awards you credit points for every free sponsored application you download via FreeMyApps . Once you have sufficient amount of credits , you can use it to redeem from a wide range of rewards available such as iTunes gift cards, Amazon cards,Skype card, 3 month Xbox Live subscription etc .…Read More »
Love Spotify but don’t want to pay $10 to use it on the go? Well, you don’t have to anymore. Spotify announced Wednesday that mobile users can now enjoy Spotify for free, with some restrictions of course. Users of the new free service can listen to anything in the catalog – which has been narrowed to a single artist, album, or play list – as long as the selection is shuffled.…Read More »
Part of the International Space Station has been shut down due to a cooling issue. The cooling loop known as Loop-A shutdown due to an unexplained temperature flux. The temperature reached a pre-set level within the station causing the shutdown.
As of right now, crews are still determining if the problem will require a spacewalk of if a software fix can take care of the problem.…Read More »
Samsung was dealt yet another blow by the courts. This time on their own turf. The Seoul Courts found that Apple did not infringe on Samsung patents pertaining to its messaging technology. The court not only ruled in Apple’s favor, they claimed that two of the three patents in the lawsuit were invalid patents because they can be easily developed with existing technology.…Read More »
The Xbox One has only been out since November 22 and already it has sold over 2 million units with a daily average of 111,111.
The success of their newest console is definitely appreciated by the team over at Microsoft. “We continue to be humbled and overwhelmed by the positive response from our fans,” Yusuf Mehdi, who is the corporate vice president of strategy and marketing for the Xbox, said in a press statment.…Read More »
The feature of auto-playing videos has become quite chic among hotshot video sharing apps. Started by Vine, integrated second by Instagram, the feature has also caught Facebook’s eye. The new update for Facebook’s app on iOS will allow all videos to be automatically.…Read More »
It is customary of Apple to make smartphones that only cater to high-end customers, but this year it changed paths and released iPhone 5c for the not-high-end market. However, iPhone 5c hasn’t been much successful and as a result Apple had told its manufacturing partners to cut down the production of iPhone 5c in the last months of 2013.…Read More »
As if shooting birds wasn’t heavy enough for gamers, Angry Birds has now taken on the territory of racing. The famous game has come on iOS and Android which includes racing. Instead of sling-shooting birds from one end to the other, players can choose their favorite squishy birds and take them for a ride in the game.…Read More »
Valve has just announced that SteamOS will be released on December 13, 2013.
The new OS will be coming out at the same time as the beta versions of Steam Machines as well as Steam controllers, which are being delivered to 300 participants.…Read More »
Bethesda Softworks, the game-making company that has brought hits such as Fallout 3 and the now legendary Skyrim, has just released the dates on which their newest game, Elder Scrolls Online, will come out.
“We’re pleased to announce The, the latest chapter of the award-winning franchise that brings the legendary experience online for the first time, will be launching worldwide for PC and Mac on April 4, 2014 (4.4.14),” the studio said to the Examiner.…Read More »
The eyes says a lot about this turtle. Keep your distance if you value your sanity.Read More »