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Privacy Group Accuses Google Of Using Student Data

January 4, 2016 |

Privacy groups across the world have criticized Google over privacy concerns. This time, American parents are concerned Google is collecting data of their children through its suite of education apps.

Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), a non-profit organization with a … Read More

OnePlus X Now Invite-Free Every Tuesday

January 4, 2016 |

Chinese phone manufacturer OnePlus is known for selling their phones on an invite-only basis. OnePlus is kicking off 2016 by selling their OnePlus X invite-free every Tuesday.

OnePlus loves to control the retail experience – every device they have released … Read More

Twitty Camera – Android Review

January 4, 2016 |

What is Twitty Camera?

Twitty Camera is a photo editing app that gives users the freedom to design their pictures as they wish. In the overcrowded landscape of photo applications, Twitty Camera wants to strut its stuff by becoming the all-in-one editing … Read More

‘Temple Run 2’ – Android Review

January 4, 2016 |

Why “Temple Run 2?”

“Temple Run 2” is the sequel to “Temple Run” that millions played. It is a 3D platform and endless runner game in which players run through 3D mazes for as long as they can to clock … Read More

CES 2016: Samsung Showing Creative Lab Projects, Smartbelt And More

January 4, 2016 |

Samsung will demonstrate three products that it has been working with Creative Lab (C-Lab) a the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2016 this week. C-Lab is an innovation program that allows employees to nourish their own creative business ideas.

The C-Lab projects … Read More

You Can Fix iOS App Store Problems By Clearing Your Cache

January 3, 2016 |

There is a fix that has been found for people who have been having issues within the iOS App Store — clearing the cache in the app.

Many people running iOS, including those on iPads, iPhones, and iPod Touch … Read More

Easily Link To A Specific Part Of A WordPress Post Using Page Jumps

January 3, 2016 |

If you’ve got a lot of content on a single page, and you’re looking to make that content more accessible, page jumps might be the solution you need.

The phrase “page jump” simply means that by clicking a link, … Read More

Tesla Electric Cars Charge Faster Than Your iPhone

January 3, 2016 |

We’ve all been there. Scrambling desperately for the charger, your iPhone having hit zero percent battery. Sadly, your phone isn’t made from the same stuff that powers Tesla Motors — if it were, the wait until your next fix of … Read More

Hide Unwanted Default Apps With This iOS 9 Glitch

January 3, 2016 |

A new glitch on iOS 9 through iOS 9.2 allows you to collect unwanted default apps and make them vanish from your screen. There’s no official way to get rid of pre-installed apps that are permanently installed on your iPhone, but … Read More

Free Basics And Net Neutrality

January 3, 2016 |

Free Basics is a service Facebook offers to bring basic internet services to the underprivileged in developing countries.  However, not everyone is so ready to roll over and accept this attack on net neutrality.

Free internet to the poor? … Read More

Are Governments Spying On You? Microsoft Will Tell You

January 2, 2016 |

Want to get notified if your Microsoft account is subjected to state-sponsored hacking? According to the official Microsoft Blog, the Redmond tech giant has taken the additional step to keep user’s personal information secure.

In a blog post, Microsoft announced … Read More

Soundstream Marine Speakers To Release At CES 2016

January 2, 2016 |

Epsilon Electronics, the umbrella corporation that houses many electronic engineering firms, are set to unveil their Soundstream Marine Wake Tower Speakers at CES 2016.

News comes by way of a press release on prnewswire, which states that Soundstream “plans … Read More

Activision Blizzard Inc. To Acquire Major League Gaming

January 2, 2016 |

It may be the end of Major League Gaming (MLG) as we know it. MLG, the host of popular e-gaming tournaments for “Halo,” “Call Of Duty” is set for acquisition by Activision Blizzard Inc. 

New York-based Major League Gaming, … Read More

2016 – Year Of Virtual Reality?

January 1, 2016 |

Experience Swiss Alps, the Sahara Desert and Pacific Ocean’s Marina Trench the same day at the comfort of your living room. This is what virtual reality has promised us in the past. 2016 may just be the year of VR … Read More

AT&T And The End Of Contracts

December 31, 2015 |

AT&T is doing away with most of their two-year contract subsidized phone plans. Customers will now have to either buy new phones at full price or purchase them via an installment plan.

For years AT&T, and indeed the entire cellular industry, … Read More