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Turkey Will Pixelate Tweets That It Doesn’t Like

April 18, 2014 |

A local Turkish news agency, Dogan, is reporting that the country will now pixelate tweets if it doesn’t like their content. This move comes after the social network was blocked within the country by Turkey’s Prime Minisiter, Tayyip Erdogan.

Earlier … Read More

Darknet Search Engine ‘Grams’ Goes Live With Google-Like Features

April 18, 2014 |

There is an entire section of the internet that you probably don’t see on a daily basis, it’s called the “darknet.” Unlike the regular web, the darknet is made up of websites–many of them specialize in taboo or illegal subjects–that … Read More

How the Nexus 7 Stacks Up Against Other Tablets

April 18, 2014 |

Millions of people have turned their attention to tablets to satisfy their computing needs. In fact, nearly 200 million tablets were sold last year, 62 percent of them being Android devices. One of the most popular, and most affordable, … Read More

Mac Backup Guru Mac App Review

April 17, 2014 |

Mac Backup Guru is a Mac App developed by MacDaddy. This backup service is ideal for people who can’t afford to lose their most important files.

As with a lot of backup services, the first time you conduct a file … Read More

Razorgator eTickets iPhone App Review: Cheap Tickets, Fast

April 17, 2014 |

Razorgator eTickets is an iPhone app developed by Razorgator, Inc. With this app, you can get 75 percent off tickets to concerts, theatre shows, and sporting events.

Here’s how this free app works. There are over 30,000 events on the … Read More

iOS 7.1.1 Is Coming, Cheap iPhone 5c Is Already There

April 17, 2014 |

When I see the future, I close my eyes and sometime soon Apple will deliver iOS 7.1.1 Update, a yawner for iPhone owners but the stuff of fandroid envy. And, no matter how much some of us wish it … Read More

iFunia Photo Slideshow for Mac App Review

April 17, 2014 |

iFunia Photo Slideshow for Mac is a Mac App developed by iFunia. This photo slideshow maker lets you create slideshows on your desktop with unlimited photos…and it lets you do it fast.

iFunia Photo Slideshow for Mac allows you to … Read More

Russia Claims It Doesn’t Have An NSA-Like Organization

April 17, 2014 | 1

During a Q&A event in Moscow with Russian President Vladimir Putin, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden asked if Russia engages in the same type of mass surveillance as the NSA. Putin responded by stating that it only monitors individuals after a … Read More

FarmVille Goes Mobile As Zynga Attempts To Turn Itself Around

April 17, 2014 |

Zynga’s ever-popular FarmVille game for Facebook is finally making its way to mobile devices in the form of FarmVille 2: Country Escape. Zynga hopes that by allowing its users to play the game on-the-go, FarmVille and its other titles will … Read More

Smartphone Thefts Doubled During 2013

April 17, 2014 |

At the same time as major phone companies and cell service providers have agreed to implement smartphone kill-switches by 2015, Consumer Reports has released a new report showing that during 2013, smartphone theft doubled.

We have been hearing over and … Read More

Nokia Halts Lumia 2520 Sales, Charger Can Shock Users

April 17, 2014 |

Nokia has temporarily halted the sale of its Lumia 2520 tablet in seven countries after an internal quality control check found that the tablet’s charger could shock users. Customers in Austria, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Russia, Switzerland, and the UK, are … Read More

Apple May Work With Shazam, Include It In iOS 8

April 17, 2014 |

Apple will integrate Shazam in iOS 8, according to a new report from Bloomberg. The website’s sources state that by integrating the application into iOS 8, users will be able to carry out song recognition from within Siri.

At least … Read More

Google Launches Chrome Remote Desktop For Android, iOS Coming Later

April 17, 2014 |

Google has released Chrome Remote Desktop for Android devices and is planning to release the same app on iOS in the future. CRD joins a variety of other free and paid apps that allow people to access their Windows or … Read More

Sony Sells Over 7 Millions PS4s, Struggles To Meet Demand

April 17, 2014 |

Sony is quite pleased with how well its PS4 game console has been selling since it was released last year. In a sales update Wednesday, Sony social media manager Sid Shuman announced that the company had sold 7 million PS4s … Read More

First Heartbleed Exploiter Arrested In Canada

April 17, 2014 |

The first Heartbleed-related arrest seems to have occurred in Canada, where police arrested 19-year-old Stephen Solis-Reyes in London, Ontario. The teen was taken by police after he allegedly used the Heartbleed vulnerability to break into the Canadian Revenue Agency to … Read More

AT&T’s AIO Wireless Announces Its Version Of Sprint’s Framily Plans

April 17, 2014 |

AT&T’s prepaid division, AIO Wireless, has just announced its new “group save” plans which in many ways are the same as the recently implemented framily plans from Sprint. Rather than the traditional family plans, AIO now allows qualifying customers to … Read More

Picquest iPhone App Review: Find a Photographer Fast

April 16, 2014 |

Picquest is an iPhone app developed by Yishay Saban / Picquest Ltd. This brand new app is a cool way to connect photographers, photo fans, and the cool photographs both groups love to see.

As a Facebook hater, I’m always glad … Read More

Golden LG G3 On Track For Summer Release

April 16, 2014 |

It’s now looking as though golden smartphones are becoming a trend since the LG G3 will reportedly offer gold as one of the colors for its upcoming flagship handset. The Verge has published a photo of what appears to be … Read More

Google’s Own Camera App Released On Play Store

April 16, 2014 |

If you aren’t a fan of the camera that has come pre-installed on your Android device, Google is here to help. The company has released its own camera app on the Play Store, and much like the Google keyboard app, … Read More

Apple, Samsung, Others Agree To Smartphone Kill Switch Plan

April 16, 2014 |

Though legislation is in the works, we all know that government moves slow. So, some wireless carriers and phone companies are taking matters into their own hands by agreeing to a smartphone kill switch plan that will have the technology … Read More

First Pictures Of Amazon’s 3D Smartphone Leaked

April 16, 2014 |

The first set of pictures for Amazon’s highly anticipated 3D smartphone have been leaked and while they show a device that looks a lot like any other smartphone, the device’s features say a lot more.

The images, which were provided … Read More

Samsung Tizen Phone, Android Wear Device To Be Released This Year

April 16, 2014 |

Finally, a Tizen smartphone from Samsung may finally be on track for a release in the second quarter of 2014. Even though the Korean company had similar plans in early 2013, it seems like things are for real this time … Read More

White Google Glass Sells Out Fast During 24-Hour Sale

April 16, 2014 | 3

During a 24-hour sale where any adult in the United States was able to order Google Glass, the white version of the device sold out particularly fast. The white frames, which Google calls “cotton”, sold out before 3:30 PM EST … Read More

Samsung Galaxy S5 Hardware Costs $50 More Than iPhone 5S

April 16, 2014 |

The cost to build Samsung’s Galaxy line of smartphone has been steadily increasing with each generation according to a report from IHS Technology. After examining the hardware found within the device, IHS came to the conclusion that the materials cost … Read More

Microsoft Releases Cheaper Office 365 Personal

April 15, 2014 |

Microsoft has released Office 365 Personal, a cheaper version of the existing Office suite. This version of Office is geared towards individuals and will not allow five computers to access documents like the current Home Premium version does.

Office 365 … Read More

Sorry Facebook, Google Has Purchased Titan Aerospace

April 15, 2014 |

Titan Aerospace has confirmed that its new owner is officially Google, a company that has also been working on aerial technologies. It had been widely reported in March that Facebook was interested in buying the New Mexico-based drone maker, but … Read More

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