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CES 2014 Booth Babes

Article by Shaun An Last week we attended Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2014). As always, this is the biggest electronics show of the year and if you never been there, it is quiet an experience. It is so big, that you probably need the full 4 days to visit every booth. I was there only […]


How to Cool Down an Overheated Laptop

Article by Pierre Zarokian Heat is not good for any computer. The hotter it gets, the greater danger of malfunctions and crashes or even permanently damaging your hardware. Although laptops don’t emit as much heat as a desktop does, the truth is that laptops are less ventilated than desktops. With that said, it’s important to […]


How to Install Any Version of Windows From any Disk That You Can Find

Article by Pierre Zarokian One of the common problems that Windows users face is not possessing a Windows Recovery Disc, thanks to manufacturers not distributing them out anymore. Worse still is the fact that new PCs don’t optical drives either. But there’s a solution: it involves procuring a Windows ISO files as well as Ei.cfg […]




5 Ways to Increase your Download Speed

Article by Shaun An Are you experiencing slow download speeds? Considering the latest developments in technology, that is required these days to enjoy the entertainment that the internet has to offer, almost all of us, would have faced this problem at some point or the other. So, here are some ways by which you can […]


How Does Blackberry Email Work?

A Blackberry is a convenient tool that allows you to communicate with others on the go. Because of this, Blackberry phones are great for businessmen, students, or anybody else who is always out and about. Using your Blackberry, you can place calls, send and receive SMS messages, and send and receive emails. But, how does […]


The best app developers

Quality applications for mobile devices are few and far between. It seems that almost everyone is quickly trying to push out sub-par applications on mobile devices to capitalize on the huge user-base and make a quick buck. The best selling list of mobile apps is often not a good method to detect quality either. Fortunately […]


The Role of Antisense Oligonucleotides in Research

Oligonucleotides are key components in therapy. Oligonucleotides are often used for research purposes and biological studies. However, they are also prevalent in the pharmaceutical industry as well. The emergence of oligonucleotides in the world of biological research has brought new opportunities for scientists to uncover more information. There have already been breakthroughs in the medical […]


Comparing the Reliability of APUs and GPUs

Written by: Start Pac Aircraft operations consist of two cycles, landing and take-off, and the cruise phase. Both cycles are crucial in terms of a plane’s functionality. The landing and take-off phase includes taxiing, taking off, climbing out, approaching, and landing. Now, this cycle can be subdivided into two separate operations – departure and arrival. […]


Improve conversion rates with these checkout page strategies

Written by Secure Net Shop Many e-commerce vendors have to deal with high website shopping cart abandonment and drops in conversion rates all the time. What some don’t realize is with a few changes, conversion rates can be increased. All that needs to be done is provide the customer with all the information they need […]


Choosing a good corporate antivirus solution

Virus outbreaks are no longer as frequent as they used to be. This is mostly due to the growth of malware, trojans and zombies. There is profit to be made from making these and as a result an Antivirus system has to work harder than ever to combat these threats. A good antivirus system for […]




Twitter lawsuit partly dismissed over U.S. information requests

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – A U.S. judge on Monday partly dismissed a lawsuit filed by Twitter Inc in which the social media company argued it should be allowed to publicly disclose more details about requests for information it receives from the U.S. government. U.S. District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers in Oakland, California also gave Twitter the opportunity to re-file its lawsuit to include... [Read more]


Twitter lawsuit partly dismissed over U.S. information requests

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – A U.S. judge on Monday partly dismissed a lawsuit filed by Twitter Inc in which the social media company argued it should be allowed to publicly disclose more details about requests for information it receives from the U.S. government. See more here: Twitter lawsuit partly dismissed over U.S. information requests  Read More →


Australian says he created bitcoin, but some skeptical

SYDNEY/LONDON (Reuters) – Australian tech entrepreneur Craig Wright identified himself as the creator of controversial digital currency bitcoin on Monday but experts were divided over whether he really was the elusive person who has gone by the name of Satoshi Nakamoto until now. Uncovering Nakamoto's real identity would solve a riddle dating back to the publication of the open source software... [Read more]


Australian says he created bitcoin, but some skeptical

SYDNEY/LONDON (Reuters) – Australian tech entrepreneur Craig Wright identified himself as the creator of controversial digital currency bitcoin on Monday but experts were divided over whether he really was the elusive person who has gone by the name of Satoshi Nakamoto until now. Uncovering Nakamoto's real identity would solve a riddle dating back to the publication of the open source software... [Read more]


Facebook hit with lawsuit over plan to issue new stock

By Dan Levine SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – A Facebook Inc shareholder filed a proposed class action lawsuit on Friday in a bid to stop the company's plan to issue new Class C stock, calling the move an unfair deal to entrench Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg as controlling shareholder. The lawsuit, filed in the Delaware Court of Chancery, followed the social networking company's announcement... [Read more]