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Mozilla Replaces Controversial CEO Brendan Eich With Chris Beard

April 15, 2014 |

Chris Beard has now been promoted to the position of interim CEO at Mozilla after Brendan Eich was forced to step down because of a $1,000 donation he made in 2008. That donation, which was sent in support of the … Read More

Google Open Up Glass To Everyone (For One Day)

April 15, 2014 |

For one day (today), Google is allowing anyone in the United States that is over the age of 18 to buy the $1,500 wearable headset, Google Glass. While the Explorer Program has made it possible for thousands of people to … Read More

Paying Extra Worked: Netflix Speeds On Comcast Rise 65 Percent

April 14, 2014 | 1

Every month, Netflix releases a report detailing which American internet service providers (ISPs) are providing the fastest connection to the streaming service. Since Comcast had been ranking very low on the list and was not offering its customers a good … Read More

T-Mobile Eliminates Overage Charges For Regular Customers

April 14, 2014 |

T-Mobile has been one of the most innovative and progressive cell carriers in the United States during the past couple of years. In order to keep up the momentum, it has now announced that overage fees will simply not exist … Read More

Hate Android? Oddly, Samsung Seems to

April 14, 2014 |

Hate Android? In a sense, hating Android or, for that matter, the iPhone is like taking sides in the Burger King vs McDonald’s battle royale (avec fromage). However, although Samsung rode Google’s mobile OS to world dominance, the company … Read More

Tylt Vu Review

April 13, 2014 |

Wireless charging is undoubtedly one of the most useful features to be added to smartphones in the past few years, though the chargers themselves aren’t always great. The Tylt Vu offers one of the simplest Qi wireless charging methods possible … Read More

G-Technology G-Drive Mobile USB 3.0 (1TB) Review

April 13, 2014 |

G-Technology’s G-Drive Mobile is both stylish and fast, though its $200 price tag places it above many other 1TB portable hard drives. However, the inclusion of USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt connection options does make it very useful for people that … Read More

IRS To Pay Millions To Microsoft For Windows XP Support

April 13, 2014 | 2

In case you were wondering what your tax dollars will be used for this year, I may have part of the answer. Engadget is reporting that the IRS will pay millions to Microsoft in order to receive extended support for … Read More

Rich Love iPhone, Boozy IT Guys Prefer Android

April 12, 2014 | 1

Do you love iPhone or prefer Android? Wait, don’t answer because, chances are, your level education, income, occupation and even what kind of alcohol you prefer will tell us everything we need know.

Regular Tapscape readers already know that … Read More

Fresh Deck Poker – Live Holdem Android App Review

April 12, 2014 |

Fresh Deck Poker – Live Holdem for Android, developed by Idle Games Inc, is a game which focuses on one thing and that’s Poker – classic Texas Hold’em, sit-n-go tournaments, and casino mini-games.

Fresh Desk … Read More

Fly Piko iPhone Game Review: High Flying Fun

April 11, 2014 |

Fly Piko is an iPhone game developed by Yon Tanto / Tahoo Games. This addictive game is fiendishly difficult in the very best way possible. Plus, it features some unique and charming graphics.

In Fly Piko, you play as a cuddly … Read More

Galaxy S5 Launches Worldwide Alongside New Smartwatches

April 11, 2014 |

Samsung latest flagship, the Galaxy S5, has officially launched around the world and is available in 125 countries. The phone, which is priced slightly lower than its predecessor, has received high ratings from reviewers but many people are still saying … Read More

FTC Approves Facebook, WhatsApp Deal But Has One Requirement

April 11, 2014 |

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has approved Facebook’s $19 billion acquisition of messaging service WhatsApp. At the same time however, Bureau of Consumer Protection Director Jessica Rich sent letters to both companies stating that WhatsApp’s privacy policies must remain intact.

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Sony Recalls Vaio Fit 11A Due To Overheating Concerns

April 11, 2014 |

Three people in Asia have already reported that their Vaio Fit 11A’s battery overheated and now that those cases seem to have been confirmed, Sony has stopped selling the device and is telling users to stop using them. Only some … Read More

Want Google Glass? April 15 Could Be Your Day

April 10, 2014 |

Does your 2014 To Do List include “Google Glass Explorer”? If a new rumor is to be believed, then Google will take orders from ordinary people for one day and one day only. Interestingly enough, the date Google has … Read More

Fake Security App ‘Virus Shield’ Was A Mistake

April 10, 2014 |

In just the past few days it has become clear that people who use the Google Play Store are not completely protected from malicious and fake applications. Virus Shield, the most popular paid application at the time of its removal, … Read More

Google Expands Verify Apps Service To Third Party Apps

April 10, 2014 |

In the wake of multiple malicious app issues on Android, Google is expanding its Verify Apps service so that any piece of software installed on a device is scanned. Verify Apps, which was first introduced in 2012, has been used … Read More

Low-Cost 2014 iMac Coming Soon, Retina MacBook Air Later

April 10, 2014 |

If you suffer tech lust, just the mention of certain products, especially unreleased ones, can put your knickers in a twist. That said, talk of a low-cost 2014 iMac and Retina MacBook Air just might have you squirming.

However, … Read More

Turkish YouTube Block Remains In Effect Despite Court Order

April 10, 2014 |

Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan has been on a rampage against social media sites like Twitter and YouTube as a result of material that had been posted on both. Although a court ruled that Twitter must be unblocked within the … Read More

PhotoFlip! iPhone App Review: Photography Meets Notes

April 9, 2014 |

PhotoFlip! is an iPhone app developed by SAEC/Kinetic Vision, Inc. This handy app combines note taking and photography, providing you with a handy way to add annotations to your favorite photographs.

PhotoFlip! is the only photo note app that integrates … Read More

Jabra Solemate Max Review

April 9, 2014 |

When put up against other Bluetooth-enabled speakers in its price range, the Jabra Solemate Max is easily one of the most powerful. Not only does the wireless speaker boast its ability to break glass (figuratively speaking) but it also … Read More

Dropbox Introduces Photo Sharing And Storage App ‘Carousel’

April 9, 2014 |

Today, Dropbox introduced its new photo sharing and storage application, Carousel. In its ever-expanding attempt to become the de facto service for any type of cloud storage, the introduction of Carousel may bring more people on-board to Dropbox itself.

Both … Read More

Facebook To Require Messenger, Chat Removed From Mobile Apps

April 9, 2014 | 1

Facebook will soon require all of its users to install and rely on the mobile Messenger app rather than the built-in chat functionality. In just two weeks, the change will affect European users and eventually, everyone will have to install … Read More

OS X 10.10: Features, Price, Ship Date and Jony Ive

April 9, 2014 |

Predictably unpredictable. There is little question that Apple will unveil OS X 10.10, currently codenamed “Syrah,” at WWDC 2014. It also seem fairly certain the Mac desktop operating system will get a Jony Ive led, iOS 7-inspired makeover that … Read More

Apowersoft Video Downloader for Mac App Review

April 8, 2014 |

Apowersoft Video Downloader for Mac is a Mac App developed by Apowersoft. This handy app is both a video downloader and a video converter.

Apowersoft Video Downloader for Mac allows you to convert videos into the correct file formats for devices … Read More

TITAN: Olympus War iPhone Game Review: Myth & Magic

April 8, 2014 |

TITAN: Olympus War is an iPhone game developed by Kingkong Games Inc. This card battle game is inspired by characters from Greek mythology.

In this exciting game, you can battle with other users, conquer cities, build empires, and more. TITAN: Olympus … Read More

Flashout 2 iPhone Game Review: A Cool Sci-Fi Racer

April 8, 2014 |

Flashout 2 is an iPhone game developed by Jujubee. This awesome racing game has a cool sci-fi twist.

Flashout 2 is the sequel to the anti-gravity racer FLASHOUT 3D. In this racer, you can soup up your ride with rockets, … Read More

Apple working on their own baseband chips for iPhone 6

April 8, 2014 |

Apple are continuing to try and bring their hardware and manufacturing processes inhouse as much as they can in order to streamline the production of their iPhone and iPad units. It seems that Apple are now looking to bring … Read More

Twitter Begins Major Facebook-Like Design Change Roll Out

April 8, 2014 |

If you are a huge fan of Facebook’s design but prefer Twitter for actual communication, the changes being rolled out on Twitter may be perfect for you. You will now be able to pin tweets (like on a Facebook page), … Read More

iWatch Ship Date in Q3 2014

April 8, 2014 |

Apple loves us. Apple loves us not. Will there be an Apple iWatch? A fresh rumor from an often reliable Asian source answers with an emphatic, yes, in reporting that a contract for 65 million iWatches has been signed.

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Gogo Announces 70Mbps In-Flight Internet

April 8, 2014 |

It wasn’t long ago that in-flight internet access was either unavailable or simply too expensive but in the past couple of years, many airlines have begun to offer the service. Gogo has been one of the most popular providers and … Read More

Samsung Gear Solo, A Wearable That Makes Calls

April 8, 2014 |

Sources overseas are now stating that Samsung will be releasing a version of the Gear 2 called the Gear Solo. Based upon a trademark that has been filed with the Korean Intellectual Property Office, the new wearable will be called … Read More