What is ClockworkMod recovery?
When it comes to recovery for Android, ClockworkMod has been and still is the most famous and extensive custom recovery tool for Android devices. ClockworkMod, which is often abbreviated as CWM, is developed by Koushik Dutta, …Read More »
After all the serious how to guides on Windows 8 tips and tricks today, it is time for some lighthearted humor.
You know that world war going on between Apple and Samsung? Yeah, well, with all the allegations, facts, fiction, …Read More »
Google attempts to get iPhone, iPad, and Mac banned from the USA by filing a patent claim against Apple with the ITC
Do No Evil. Tell that to the little boys and girls and grandmas who might miss out on their shiny new iDevice thanks to the latest happenings in patent wars. Google, through its newly acquired subsidiary Motorola Mobility, has …Read More »
The free 2GB Dropbox gives you not enough? Free 5GB of Google Drive doesn’t satisfy your hunger? Need more than the free 7GB of Skydrive? Missed out on Box.net’s earlier promotion of free 50GB? Box.net is here to help. In …Read More »
Every quarter Kaspersky releases an IT Threat Evolution report which looks at the state of the digital world in terms of security threats. As part of this report, Kaspersky has a section devoted to mobile threats. In its 2012 Q2 …Read More »
In a droptest between the Galaxy S II and iPhone 4S, we saw how much more durable the Galaxy S II was (at least in that specific test) than Apple’s iPhone 4S. Curious how the iPhone 4S stands up against …Read More »
Despite rumors that Microsoft will sell its Windows RT Surface for US$199 and price the other Windows 8 Pro Surface around the same as current ultrabooks, pricing on the much-anticipated Windows 8-powered tablets have eluded us for the most part. …Read More »
Before we get to the punch line of this article, let’s have a little background. In the ongoing Apple vs Samsung battle, Judge Lucy Koh allotted Apple and Samsung 25 hours each of trial time. In other words, each side …Read More »
Melvin Skinner was arrested in 2006 for alleged drug trafficking. He was tried and eventually convicted of two counts of drug trafficking and one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering. Law enforcement agencies where able to arrest Skinner by …Read More »
Windows is the bane and backbone of modern day computing society. For better (Linux) or for worse (Mac), the world would be a completely different place if Windows was never born. Initially outed as Windows 1, Windows of the old …Read More »
New Adobe Flash bug allows hackers to take over your computer, update Flash to v11.3.300.271 to be safe
Adobe has released an out of the blue security bulletin stating a bug in Adobe Flash is being exploited by hackers and could potentially allow attackers to take over computers. The attack vector is malicious Microsoft Word documents that exploit …Read More »
Welcome to dotTech 4.0.
This is the fourth major revision of dotTech and, if I do say so myself, it is our best one yet. Not only does this new theme give dotTech a fresh, modern look but …Read More »
We know Windows 8, Windows RT, and Microsoft Surface tablets will be released on October 26. What has been eluding us is pricing for the Surface tabs, and pricing is critical to the success of these tabs. With the Nexus …Read More »
Google takes first steps in the remaking of Motorola by firing 4,000 people and closing 30 facilities
Google’s $12.5 billion purchase of Motorola Mobility was completed earlier this year, in a move that put Moto’s 17,500 mobile related patents squarely in Google and Android’s back pocket. There was much speculation when the deal was announced as to …Read More »
If you have an Android phone, you’ve probably heard of CyanogenMod. It’s the aftermarket firmware for dozens of phones that is constantly being tweaked and improved to run faster, better, and more up to date.
(As a bonus you’ll never …Read More »
The entertainment industry likes to target Google in its crusade to end online piracy. Until now, Google has come out unscathed for the most part, even having a judge rule that Google isn’t responsible for piracy links shown in search …Read More »