Monthly Archives: September 2014

Consumers Remain Seasonally Strong Towards Tech Spending: CEA Experts

The latest data released by Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) has distinctly emphasized that overall consumer confidence for technology spending has increased and consistently showing an upward trend during this month. According to the report, the data still shows an inflated …


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How to Deal With Apps and Processes That Slow Down Windows

Users should acknowledge the fact that their PCs might experience some slowdowns and lags with the passage of time. This majorly happens because the technology becomes obsolete and the hard disk drive (HDD) gets filled with numerous applications, programs, software, …


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Will Windows 9 Be a Free Upgrade to Existing Windows 8 Users?

Once the news of next Windows version started coming up on the web, it came into the speculation ring that whether the new OS will be a free download for Windows 8 users. However, many in the industry are suggesting …


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Latest Computer Viruses Vol. 3Q – Qresolve online Virus Encyclopedia

Continued from our last post — Virus Encyclopedia vol.3P  Viruses, malware, Trojans, spam, spyware, worms, and Rootkits are some of the most common online security threats that a user faces nowadays. These infections silently enter into your device and hamper …


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Best 3 Internet of Things (IoT) Startup in the US

We have been closely working with core computing technology tools as well as means for more than a decade. Having achieved this rare feat with sheer excellence and ability to deliver with utmost customer satisfaction, we find ourselves in a …


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Tips and Tricks to Back Up and Migrate Your Linux Configuration Files

While installing a new Linux on your PC or switching to a new PC altogether, it often happens that you prefer keeping the settings of some of your important applications as it is. To retain the settings of an app …


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Microsoft All Set to Introduce Xbox One on September 29 in China

Here comes the new that will make gaming enthusiasts more than ecstatic as Microsoft has finally decided to launch its new Xbox One gaming Console in China on September 29 next week. The launch date was revealed by the U.S. …


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Toshiba Satellite Click 2: Review

To mark its existence on the sales charts, Toshiba has introduced its latest 13-inch Toshiba Satellite Click 2, which can be easily transformed into a slate as well as a laptop. Priced at $599.99, this 2-in-1 device is ready to …


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Dropbox Gets Ready for iOS 8 By Adding a Notification Center Widget and App Extension Support

Now as Apple has already released its latest mobile OS – iOS 8, Apple users have started receiving the updated versions of their favorite apps, tweaked to derive the best user advantage from this latest OS. Apps have started offering …


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Lenovo ThinkPad Helix: Review

Lenovo ThinkPad Helix is a new Windows 8 hybrid tablet that features dual batteries for longer life and SSD storage to speed up the performance. The bright display of the screen is complemented with a comfortable keyboard. It is an …


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