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May 29th, 2014

Category: Apple

The Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference or the WWDC 2014 will be held on June 2 – 6, 2014 at the Moscone West Convention Center in San Francisco. There will be a thousand engineers and five thousand developers that will congregate and if you are an iPhone, iPad or Mac user, everything will be different. This event will converge mainly with the developers. Apple normally uses this WWDC keynote to debut their latest products in the past, but recently they focused mainly with their software, upgrades on their operating system and other new products and services. But what does Apple users should really expect at the WWDC 2014 keynote?

May 24th

Category: Hardware

The first ever UK-based 3D-printed Braille phone which is designed specifically for blind people was launched by the OwnFone. The OwnFone company is also the first in the world to establish customizable phones which are partially made by using a 3D printer since 2012. Users will need to log on to the OwnFone official website to order and select the names and numbers which will be programmed to the 3D Printed Braille Phone’s screen. The company has their own mobile network, which is the OwnFone Service that offers subscription fees of £7.50 and £15. They are also associated with Vodafone but the service is limited. Text messaging, data and roaming services are not included.

May 23rd

Category: Hardware

We usually spend our time carrying our laptop and our Tablet at the same time. Both are excellent for using and creating entertainment and media. Now, we don’t need to be anxious about bringing the two together to anywhere we go, as Microsoft unveiled their latest Surface Pro 3. It is the thinnest, lightest and the largest Intel-Core I-series device available today. This Tablet has been known as “the tablet that can replace a laptop”. Microsoft aims to create a device that will offer dynamic benefits of a computer with the lightness and convenience of an iPad.

May 12th

May 1st

Category: Internet

Finally, after two years of rumors and speculations, Mozilla unveiled the very first open source web browser that comprises Mozilla’s latest Australis Interface, which is the Firefox 29. According to Jennifer Morrow of Mozilla, the update is not just a modification of the Firefox interface, nor a tweak. It is not even a patch to fix a bug, but a total visualization of Firefox user experience that they have been preparing for the last five years. Firefox 29 will surely let the Windows, Mac, Linux and Android users experience the web in a very exceptional way.

April 28th

Internet Explorer, one of the most commonly used browser, is currently facing a dispute today. A new bug is circulating in Internet Explorer causing the hackers to seize your computer. If you are running your Internet Explorer browser and you click on erroneous links, the intruders can hijack your machine.

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April 18th

Category: Others

The Samsung Galaxy S5 is the newest leading phone from Samsung. It is a 2.5GHz quad-core phone running Android KitKat 4.4.2 with 2GB RAM. It will definitely be a swift seller phone today because of its excellent features and design. However, there is still a question of, is it really the best? Or is this really an iPhone replacement? Should I upgrade my S4 to S5? Let’s take a look at the Pros and Cons of the latest Samsung Galaxy S5 to help you decide.

April 13th

Category: Security

What to know about the Heartbleed Bug?