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21May, 2015
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Adblock Plus Releases a Standalone Android Browser That Blocks All Ads

Since Google has been rather stubborn in allowing any form of Adblock running on its Chrome mobile browser, the folks behind the most popular Adblock plugin on the web AdBlock Plus have decided to release their own standalone mobile browser that completely blocks out all ads. The app is currently available as a beta for Android (which means you will have to go through the usual […]

20May, 2015
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Google’s Tone Chrome extension uses sound to transmit between computers

  Have you heard of Google’s new Chrome extension called Tone? The new extension can transmit URLs from a tab on one computer to another computer within hearing range using only sound. The extension is a bit like how  Apple’s Airdrop works in concept — the idea that machines can exchange information easily and quickly in close proximity if both of them have the extension installed. A Google […]

19May, 2015
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President Obama’s new Twitter handle @POTUS breaks fastest million follower count record

Unless you have been living under a rock for the last 24 hours you should probably be aware of president Obama’s new twitter account @POTUS which is associated with the presidential office. The US president already has the account @BarackObama which has some 60 million followers, but this one was more of a personal one that he has been using for a while now. With […]

19May, 2015
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Microsoft to bypass carriers and push Windows 10 updates directly to phones

Perhaps in a move to stem out any form of fragmentation on their mobile platform, Microsoft will be moving to bypass mobile carriers and deliver Windows 10 updates directly to phones. In a post published earlier this month to Microsoft’s Blogging Windows blog, Microsoft stated that its “continuous update process will apply to all Windows 10 devices, including phones. This means that Windows 10 mobile devices […]

16May, 2015
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No free Windows 10 update for pirates says Microsoft

A while back Microsoft had indicated that it would be offering a free Windows 10 upgrade to users who are currently using pirated versions of both Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1. This came as some pretty big new since a good number or people whether they would like to admit it or not are pirates for life. In a new twist however, Microsoft has taken […]

15May, 2015
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North America to run out of IPv4 internet addresses in a few months

Looks like North America (US and Canada) could be about to exhaust their IPV4 addresses that have been in long use on the internet. This is according to estimates, that they will run out of IPv4 addresses (the familiar 1.2.3.4 format) over the next few months. While some companies might stall this by letting go of IPv4 numbers they don’t use, many others will have […]

14May, 2015
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You can now try Office 2016 preview for yourself

For those who are always eager to try out new things especially software previews, you can now try out Microsoft’s Office 2016 preview. The new preview comes with a significant change: it saves to the company’s OneDrive cloud storage service by default. You can download and install the preview on your machine as we await the official release of the final build sometime this year. As with […]

13May, 2015
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Windows 10 will be the last version of Windows

With the release of Windows 10, Microsoft will change how it will be releasing it’s Windows upgrades in future. Microsoft executive Jerry Nixon confirmed at the company’s Ignite conference last week that the upcoming Windows 10 update will be the company’s last version of Windows. That doesn’t mean Microsoft will stop upgrading Windows,  the company plans to update the OS in a more incremental manner going […]

11May, 2015
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Google to shut down editing in Map Maker following the peeing Android mascot incident.

You might probably remember this incident from a few weeks back when an Android mascot was spotted urinating on an Apple logo in Google Maps. Well, the incident forced Google to apologize for the mishap which was thanks to a ‘clever’ Google Map user who submitted the image through the Google maps maker. Google’s map maker usually gives Google users the ability to improve on […]

11May, 2015
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Windows 10 will see the end of Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday

As Windows 10 inches closer and closer to release, Microsoft is making changes on some of the things it has been doing for years now, one of them being the death of ‘patch Tuesday’. Since the days of Windows 98, the second Tuesday of every month has seen Microsoft issue a slew of updates to its operating systems. With Windows 10 however, those days are […]