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RIM is now BlackBerry. CEO Thorsten Heins announced during the BlackBerry 10 event that Research in Motion will no longer be the name of the company, and will be called BlackBerry instead.
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“We have reinvented the company, and we want to represent this in our brand.
Remember that little problem with the Surface RT? You know, the one where you buy a 32GB version, come home and open your brand new tablet then discover that you can only use half of that? Well, it looks like Microsoft’s Surface Pro is going to have the same problems, just on a slightly different scale.…Read More »
With the availability of so many website to upload photos and videos to share with others (Facebook, Imgur, etc.) photo and video galleries and/or slideshows are becoming less and less used day by day. However, there are still some needs for photo and video galleries/slideshows and iPixSoft Flash Gallery Factory is a program that helps you create them.…Read More »
PushBI is a business intelligence tool. Now at this fast paced world, where we have cut throat competition, it is important that we are on the top of our game. Hard work plus the right intelligence would help us achieve this.…Read More »
Million Moments is an application developed by Sony in an attempt to replace Google’s gallery application with a more elegant solution. This app is great for those who particularly don’t like the stock Gallery application due to it’s questionable interface. It is also great for those who are looking to get a more natural way of viewing pictures that are important to them.…Read More »
[Windows] View internet browsing history of all your browsers at the same time with MiTeC Internet History Browser
If you are like me, you use a lot of browsers. However, there is really no easy way to view the history of all of these browsers at once. This is because each browser maintains its very own and unique history.…Read More »
There’s a spot in my house that gets an absolutely abysmal Wi-Fi signal. Unfortunately, that spot just happens to be my bedroom. On the one hand, it makes me get up in the morning when I want to check my email.…Read More »
There is something refreshing about simple programs. It is great to have programs that try and do “everything”, but every now and again I just want a program that is designed to do one thing. Take All Free YouTube Downloader, for example.…Read More »
My boyfriend’s mom is an English teacher. My boyfriend’s sister works at Barnes and Noble. They are both great sources for book recommendations, but my voracious appetite for books is so massive, that I require more recommendations than they can provide me with.…Read More »
A new initiative hopes to help people realize the value of an online education, without the financial risk. How do they plan to do this? By offering full credit courses that can lead to master-level degrees. For free.
The initiative is called MOOC2Degree (where MOOC stands for massive open online course), and is a partnership between the participating universities and a commercial company called Academic Partnerships.…Read More »
You have not seen purple until you have seen these lavender fields in France [Amazing Photo of the Day]
Aside from French kissing, french fries, and french toast (which, by the way, the latter two are not French), what are the French known for? *Controls urge to make racist (?) French joke* The Eiffel Tower? Check. A president who divorces his wife and marries a supermodel while in office?…Read More »
Want to know what it is like to drive on the Moon? This real video of Apollo 16 lunar mission shows you [Video]
When you think of something like driving on the Moon, I’m sure the first thing that pops in your mind is: “in movies only”. Wrong! As luck (hard work?) may have it, humans have actually been to the moon (unless you believe in conspiracy theories) and humans have actually driven on the Moon.…Read More »
After uncovering some details in Apple’s recently released iOS 6.1, rumors began circulating that Apple would be launching a new 128GB of the 4th-generation iPad with Retina display. Turns out the rumors were spot-on, as Apple has officially announced the latest high-capacity SKU for release on February 5.…Read More »
If you ever tried taking a peek at North Korea through Google Maps before, you’d have to be content with the image above. Sparse, with no details about roads or any sort of locations within North Korea for that matter — just the landmass.…Read More »
It sounds like Japan is getting pretty bored of plain ol’ high definition. According to a report by the Asahi Shimbun, the government is planning to start the world’s first 4K TV broadcasts as early as July next year.
4K or Ultra HD TVs only drawback right now (besides price) is the lack of content.…Read More »
While YouTube currently charges for things like movies and TV shows, individual channels remain free for everyone to subscribe to and watch. A report from AdAge says that Google is looking into launching paid subscriptions for a particular set of channels, with prices ranging from $1 to $5 a month.…Read More »
Microsoft’s latest version of Office is here, it’s in the cloud, and it costs $100 per year for 5 computers
Microsoft has announced that Office 2013 and Office 365 are now available for purchase on Office.com and in retail stores across 162 countries. When you purchase your copy and unbox it at home, don’t be surprised if you don’t find the usual DVD inside it.…Read More »
If you are anything like me, staying organized is very important. Call me OCD, but I like to have my “ducks in a row”. This goes both for my personal and business life. That is why I am always on the lookout for the next best daily organizer.…Read More »
Droid Manager is an application that aims to make having multiple devices significantly easier by giving you a central location to manage them all. This app is great for those who have multiple devices that they want to keep updated. It is also great for those who like having the same apps installed across multiple devices and hate installing and uninstalling each application twice on each device.…Read More »
We all have those times when we get bored and we start doodling. Doodling on pen and papers is old school as you can clearly see, with Didlr, doodling is all high-tech now. Didlr now only makes doodling on Windows 8 fun, it also gives a lot more features and you can now share and see other doodles to get inspired or to inspire other fellow doodlers.…Read More »
I have yet to meet a gamer who doesn’t get nostalgic for the retro graphics of old school video games. If you grew up playing video games in the early 1990s, you probably have a secret soft spot for polygon graphics, simple game environments, and limited, simple controls.…Read More »
I love keeping my information and tasks organized, but that does not mean that I want to spend an arm and a leg trying to organize my personal and business information. So let’s see if EssentialPIM is worth the download.
WHAT IS IT AND WHAT DOES IT DO
EssentialPIM is a personal and business information manager.…Read More »
Games come and go from the App Store all the time, often with no warning. Sometimes, you want to check out a game people have been buzzing about, only to find that the title has been pulled. If you missed Gesundheit!…Read More »
Since release, Nexus 4 has been one of those “have” or “have not” type products. A combination of extremely low price, excellent specs, and low supply has turned Nexus 4 into one of the hardest smartphones to get a hold of over the past few months.…Read More »
We have already seen a scientifically-backed hypothesis that technology has made us more stupid. Maybe one of the reasons why we are more stupid is because technology gets between us and our daily dose of sleep. I mean, how many people actually go to bed when they go to bed?…Read More »
Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo is one of the largest aquariums in the world [Amazing Photo of the Day]
Are sea animals your thing? Do you like spending time with da’ fishes? Having conversations with dolphins? Going for the occasional joy ride with sharks? Then Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo should be your next vacation spot. No, you won’t be able to go on joy rides per se.…Read More »
We all have those times when we want to see our favorite artists perform but there would be no internet connectivity. Or we have a YouTube video we would like to put on our mobile devices to share with someone else.…Read More »
As you probably already know, there are two types of apps in Windows 8 – desktop apps (traditional software) and Windows Store apps. To help users become accustomed with Windows Store apps, Windows 8 PCs and tablets come with dozens of preinstalled apps.…Read More »
I love keeping my information safe, regardless of if I am sending it over the internet or just storing it on my computer. If something was to happen and I lose my laptop, I would like to know that my information is encrypted.…Read More »
1Tap QuickBar is an app that will allow you to accomplish nearly any basic task your phone can perform easily and with a single tap. This app is great for those who hate fumbling through menus to accomplish simple tasks that shouldn’t take up a significant amount of time.…Read More »
[Windows] Merge videos without re-encoding with All Free Video Joiner — supports over 250 video formats!
We have talked about video joiners on this site before… many times in fact. So seeing another one is probably not all that shocking. However, All Free Video Joiner is a program that appears to have a lot of potential. It is free, works on over 250 file types, and looks easy to use.…Read More »
If you don’t have a personal assistant, then chances are that you rely on your friends, family, or co-workers to help you accomplish small tasks throughout the day. There are tons of different ways to ask for assistance, or assign tasks to someone.…Read More »
The Chinese government banned video game consoles back in 2000 due to fears that it might negatively affect the mental and physical development of the Chinese youth. Gamers in the country have had to get their gaming fix through PC gaming, mobile games, and the black market, where video game consoles might be found.…Read More »
Samsung worker died at semiconductor plant due to gas leak and Samsung is trying to hide it, according to Korean news agencies
A gas leak at one of Samsung’s semiconductor plants in Hwaseong, Korea has led to the death of a maintenance worker on the scene. Korean news agencies are reporting that Samsung is trying to “cover up” the whole incident. Let’s look at how everything went down.…Read More »