Smartphone Heartbleed Security Flaw Bugs and viruses are a common occurrence in the industry of smartphones and tablets. However, when a bug or anything tries to compromise security, it becomes a big issue especially with today’s smartphone trends where sensitive information such as contact details, addresses, and bank account numbers are stored on its servers.
Apr 16 2014, 12:12am CDT
Top 5 Mobile Browsers A smartphone is one of the best innovations man has ever come up with. Year after year, different smartphone features ome up, making one move from a simple smart phone to a more sophisticated one. This is what led to the development of web browsers, designed for mobile phones commonly known as mobile browsers.
Mar 16 2014, 4:54pm CDT
Google Looks Like Its Getting Serious About A Games Console If we were looking for more proof about search giant Google’s designs on the living room, this is it. The BBC is reporting that Google has acquired controller company Green Throttle Games for an undisclosed amount. A...
Mar 13 2014, 3:05pm CDT
How Google Chrome is Eavesdropping On Your PC Microphone What if the laptop on your desk is listening to everything that is being said during your telephone calls and conversation or from others near your computer? Then imagine that the audio from the internal microphone is...
Jan 27 2014, 5:07am CST
Google Chrome's Little Fix Is A Big Deal Yes! Finally! After years of my huffing and puffing about the inability for browsers to deal with the issue of “phantom audio” (that is: “Which of my dozen browser tabs that sound coming from?”), Google Chrome finally...
Jan 19 2014, 3:31pm CST
How To Reinstall Windows And Your Programs In 20 Minutes Did your PC or laptop run faster when you bought it? An often over-looked fact is that by simply re-installing Microsoft Windows, your system run just like new again – snappy and responsive.
If your system has been on...
Jan 13 2014, 6:01am CST
First Look At SketchFab: A Youtube For 3D Files SketchFab is a web service to publish, share and embed interactive 3D models in real-time. Put simply, the site is part of a growing network of online 3D software to enable artistes, designers, and lay users to design...
Dec 28 2013, 1:01pm CST
Chrome apps now available for the Mac Not everyone is a fan of Apple' Safari browser. And, for a few, Google's Chrome browser offers more functionality and a pool of apps. Google knows this, and today the company is launching Chrome apps for Mac. Users may...
Dec 12 2013, 1:46am CST
3 Best Messenger Apps for iPhone This is a smart era and almost all smart people uses smart phones. People nowadays use messengers to get connected to their friends and family, even without the use of the stock 'messaging' application.
Oct 23 2013, 5:52am CDT
Google refines logo, overhauls navigation bar Not to be outdone with Yahoo's recent logo refresh, Google is now announcing a slightly enhanced logo that features a refined color palette and letter shapes.It's hardly noticeable, really. But perhaps the obvious...
Sep 20 2013, 1:03am CDT
Google Adds Touch Features to Chrome Browser Google adds touch navigation into the latest test version of Chrome browser. Now desktop users can also enjoy the tablet like touch features on their PCs.
Aug 5 2013, 11:11am CDT
Google’s Cloud Print Arrives on Windows Now you may share your printer with others from anywhere through any device, thanks to Google. The Cloud Print facility has arrived on Windows thereby increasing its range and repertoire.
Jul 23 2013, 8:20am CDT
Chrome Packaged Apps Dev Update Adds New OS Integration and Google Services Google has updated its Chrome Packaged Apps for developers. A set of many new and updated APIs is introduced with better OS integration through services like Bluetooth and native apps. Access to many new Google services like Wallet and Analytics, is also provided in this developer update.
Jul 9 2013, 7:29am CDT
WebGL, SPDY Confirms for IE11 in Windows 8.1 Some leaked screen shots of Internet Explorer 11 running on Windows 8.1 confirms that this browser version will support latest web standards like Web Graphics Library WebGL, Google's SPDY transfer protocol, new development tools and more.
Jun 26 2013, 3:21pm CDT
Opera for Android comes out of Beta Today Opera has exited today the beta version of its first Android WebKit browser. Opera for Android is now available to download free from Google Play Store starting today.
May 21 2013, 11:12am CDT
AT&T Opening up Mobile Video Chat Apps for all Customers AT&T has relaxed its grip and the freedom feels good. It has opened up its mobile video chat apps for the sake of customers. This will allow a degree of mobility and access that had previously been pretty much restricted.
May 21 2013, 8:35am CDT
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