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Office for iPad comes on 27th March?

Wednesday, 19 March 2014 16:20 Written by
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Microsoft has scheduled a conference for 27th March. What will be the main topic is not yet known, but according to the announcement, the event will be focused on the overlap between the cloud and mobile computing.
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Ken Schwencke, the Los Angeles Times journalist and computer programmer developed an algorithm that is able to autonomously generate a newspaper report about an event just a few moments after the same happens. To start things off he focused on…
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An exciting and edgy new bundle launch from Bundle Stars shaves a crazy 95% off the cost of six amazing indie games. For the first 48 hours only, gamers can grab The Underground Bundle for just $1.99. After redeeming their…

Zotac to launch a Fanless ZBOX mini in May

Wednesday, 19 March 2014 15:41 Written by
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Zotac is preparing new models of ZBOX mini PCs for this summer. To ensure a quieter operation, this time they will equip their machines with passive cooling.

iTunes gets a selfie category,

Tuesday, 18 March 2014 09:09 Written by
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After the word "selfie" became so popular that was named word of the year and included in the Oxford dictionary, the term selfie received its section on the Apple's App Store. Within these categories are placed applications that enable users…
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Intel is expanding its range of SoC solutions that are first used in the preparation of various supporting gadgets like smart watches, bracelets, etc. The newest members of the Quark family are Quark X1010 and Quark X1020D SoCs.

Warren Buffett does not like Bitcoin

Tuesday, 18 March 2014 06:58 Written by
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One of the richest men in the world, big business magnate and the most successful investor of the last century, 83 year old Warren Buffett, spoke to CNBC about the current state of the economy. The conversation touched on the…
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According to relevant statistics, over 95% of ATMs in the world still uses Windows XP. Support for this OS ends in April, but the bank did not react in time.
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In the browser wars there is always going to be the argument over which browser is “better”. You will hear people talk about how fast, secure, cool, feature rich their favorite browser is, but in the end all of them…
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Currently on the market there are a variety of cloud solutions, and the company Kloudian Systems Inc. consider that their solution is much better compared to all others. Kloudian's Orbweb.ME allows you to easily connect all your smart devices with…
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Office 365 Personal is a new and cheaper version of the Microsoft Office subscription package. This edition is intended for individual home users. Suggested retail price is $69,99 per year, but monthly subscription will also be available.

Next Angry Birds game will an RPG

Saturday, 15 March 2014 18:09 Written by
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Quite unexpectedly, Rovio Entertainment has its franchise Angry Birds turned in a new direction. Next game from this mega-popular series will belong to a RPG genre with the turn based combat.
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Last month Microsoft has announced that they will drastically slash the price of licenses for Windows Phone operating system to manufacturers of mobile devices. But now it appears that some of the bolder speculations how some companies will not have…
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One user on the Chinese social network Weibo decided to set up a few screenshots that he claims to belong to the new Apple's mobile operating system. Although it is a new and yet unknown source from which this information…
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Carmageddon: Reincarnation recently got into the hands of a small number of users who have funded the development of the game through Kickstarter. Specifically, access to the game was recently opened exclusively for people who have donated for the development…
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After a long beta testing that went on for months, Blizzard has announced that the Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft has come to life in its final form. Free-to-play card game on the theme of the popular Warcraft franchise already in…

The Flappy Bird returns

Thursday, 13 March 2014 15:31 Written by
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Flappy Bird is irritatingly difficult, yet addictive game. For some time it was available for the mobile platforms, but the author decided to move it from all the official stores a month ago.
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Nokia at the global level received a patent for his invention described as a flexible batteries. According to the description, mentioned batteries should be able to wrap around one axis, and will be manufactured for installation in a “multifunctional portable…
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The big news today is that Google is preparing to encrypt their search data. They are planning to automatically encrypt…
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CD Projekt Red on the official website confirmed that the third chapter of the series The Witcher will be released to the market in February next year. The game under previous plans should have been released in the last quarter…

E-ink smartphone from Onyx

Wednesday, 12 March 2014 14:31 Written by
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The Chinese company Onyx with a strong Polish subsidiary, which specializes in the manufacture of electronic book reader has announced the launch of its first smartphone. The device is called MIDIA InkPhone and it will have a display diagonal of…

Samsung launches 20nm 4Gb DDR3 memory chips

Wednesday, 12 March 2014 14:25 Written by
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Samsung has started mass production of 4 Gb DDR3 memory chips in 20-nanometer manufacturing process. According to the manufacturer, production of DRAM chips in fewer nanometer technology is more demanding job in relation to the NAND flash memory chips. While…

Is It Time for an Internet Bill of Rights?

Wednesday, 12 March 2014 13:39 Written by
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We talk a lot about privacy, net neutrality, digital right and other topics that have become more and more important…
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When Microsoft announced Windows 8 there were many consumers and people in the industry that raise their eyebrows. Here was an OS designed to integrate with Microsoft cloud services and gaming products. It seemed like a bad move for Microsoft…
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Japanese companies Panasonic and Sony have introduced a new standard format optical disc called Archival Disc which will be able to store between 300 GB and 1 TB of data per disc. Companies at the presentation highlighted how the new…