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Demand for Bitcoin in China is strong. So strong that it is said investors have embraced the new currency thanks to Chinese demand, which is what has been driving the price so high recently. However, China’s central bank is not as eager.…Read More »
After a series of requests from the Food and Drug Administration to comply with research standards and a letter to cease and desist testing, 23andMe has finally complied, sort of. The company which offered home genetic testing has stopped offering health-focused testing and is instead, offering ancestry testing and raw, uninterpreted genetic data.…Read More »
Now that’s what I call a bridge. Perfect place to test the theory of human flight.Read More »
My computer speaks to me, please stop it — I can’t take it anymore… gaaahhh.Read More »
What will you do to get an Xbox One, the ultimate NSA spy kit, in your living room?Read More »
Guys, you probably want to avoid this one at all costs.Read More »
Never seen a mistake of this caliber before. Perfect stuff.Read More »
Oh how we wished this Taylor Swift hoax was true.The Internet would have ripped her a new one, and then some.Read More »
Before she goes, allow her to kiss Nightcrawler ’till his life goes missing forever.Read More »
The Nexus handsets are probably Google’s only success in the hardware business.Read More »
We all have files that we’d like to hide. Some for security reasons and some cause we’re ashamed of them like our naked bodies or shady pasts. Some of us hide these files in deep obscure folders like the windows system folder and rename them along with their extensions.…Read More »
Tired of the clock widgets that you usually see on your smartphone? If so, then you might as well get some new ones and perhaps, you could opt for those with fully customizable options. Speaking of which, there is this particular app that lets you choose from its wide selection of stylish and modern widgets and it even has a built-in clock widget editor.…Read More »
Whilst you can book mark sites with browsers, the websites can also be opened from the desktop. There are a few options for adding websites shortcuts to the Windows desktop. In this guide we will show you how to do that; we tested this on Windows 7 but most of this should work on Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8.…Read More »
Cloud Services like Dropbox, Google Drive and iCloud are a convenient way to remotely access your files on the go. However, these services do require you to sync or upload the files to your account, before you can access them remotely.…Read More »
Google Earth is a software package which maps the Earth with the superimposition of aerial photography. The software has a freeware edition that has plenty of options. It’s also multiplatform software that you can add to Windows, Mac OS X and Linux platforms from the Google Earth website.…Read More »
ClockworkMod (CWM) recovery and TWRP recovery are the top two custom recoveries when it comes to Android. Installing a custom recovery will help you to get access to features like taking advanced backups, partitioning SD card, and so on. Get ready to taste the CWM or TWRP recovery on your all new Google Nexus 5 within a matter of minutes.…Read More »
Kaveh Kamooneh was arrested in Georgia and kept for 15 hours after he “stole” 5 cents worth of electricity from the Chamblee Middle School.
Kamooneh had parked his Nissan Leaf and was charging it at a nearby outlet while watching his son play tennis when a police officer, who was clearly on a very important mission to stop people from taking even the barest amount of electricity without paying for it, told him to stop and then filed a report.…Read More »
Peter Clatworthy, a 19-year-old who lives in Billborough, which is near Nottingham, UK, spent £450 (roughly US$749.02) on an Xbox One. Or so he thought. Turns out, what he ended up buying was a picture of an Xbox One.
The ad for the Xbox One was posted on eBay and although the ad was a little suspicious, Clatworthy brushed it off anyway because it was still a little cheaper than the rest of the Xbox Ones on there.…Read More »
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 in making food service tablets; each tablet will have a normal credit card reader and near field communication (NFC) capabilities that will allow you to connect the tablet to your mobile wallet applications.…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 same — on a much bigger scale.…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 TVs.…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 a German retailer is claiming they know the big date.…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 a few days, on December 8th, just a month after it was reported that 72 other Blockbusters would be closed.…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 now it’s been confirmed that we’re not only getting Batman and Superman, but Wonder Woman as well.…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 or free e-books to your online friends?…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 XP, Vista, 7, and 8, you can turn your Windows folders into taskbar “toolbars” that allow you to easily access the content of the folders from your taskbar (see screenshot to the right for an example).…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 a selfie is to get a close-up picture of yourself but did you know that you can actually make your selfies look more interesting by transforming them into awesome cartoons and funny sketches?…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 to add Christmas wallpaper to your desktop is probably with the Microsoft Xmas theme sets.…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 wasn’t anything like the popular tablets we are used to seeing today.…Read More »