Norton 360 Everywhere Review

by Edwin

For those of you who use computers, be they desktops or notebooks, you know of this scourge that is called the virus – there are millions of them running around out there in the digital world, and when Internet use exploded worldwide, it was without a doubt the end of the days where the primary mode of infection among computers were through floppy disks. Plenty of sites that offered free …

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Skype 5.8 for Mac announced

by Edwin

So, you think that your Mac is the next best thing since sliced bread, at least where the world of computing is concerned? Good news then, with the latest word on the Skype 5.8 for Mac’s release, as this new version of Skype will help send your contact list to the fat house to lose some weight, while making video calls with other mobile users in addition to Group Screen …

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AVG Family Safety – Are your Kids Safe with your Smartphone?

by Julie

I have a million different ways that I try to keep my kid safe while she’s on the Internet, of course we all know that the most fool proof way is to simply make sure I’m around when she’s online, I thought I was on top of things until she grabbed my iPhone to search for “high top sneakers”, I don’t know what kind of typo produced her search results, but lets …

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Dictionary shows up Google images

by Edwin

They say that a picture speaks a thousand words, so for the number of pictures that appear in this unique dictionary that we are going to talk about, it will definitely have more than its fair share of words. After all, London designers Ben West and Felix Heyes have come up with this idea of doing things differently, where a standard dictionary will show an image that appears whenever you …

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Smile detector developed by the MIT

by Edwin

They say that it is far easier to lie over the telephone compared to a face-to-face meeting, as body language does convey far more hidden messages than you can possibly imagine. How about smiles – when do you know that one of them is genuine, while another smile is but delivered right before you are stabbed in the back? The good people over at the MIT have come up with …

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SurfEasy offers plug-in privacy

by Al

With the amount of invasion of privacies that are happening these days (especially in the lives of public figures), you can never be too safe when it comes to safeguarding your privacy, even when you are using the computer. After all, many of us are living out the connected lifestyle these days, and we tend to log in and connect from different locations throughout each moment, using different computers and …

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Wolfenstein 3D turns 20, gets free Web version

by Edwin

All right, this does not have anything to do with a gadget, but it is still a significant milestone for gamers. Do you remember Wolfenstein 3D when you played it a good couple of decades ago? Yes sir, the game has just turned 20, and id Software intends to celebrate this milestone by making Wolfenstein 3D playable on Web browsers, and for free, of course. I still remember playing it …

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LG Electronics announces beta opening of their LG Cloud service

by Edwin

Everyone seems to be jumping aboard the cloud bandwagon these days, and LG Electronics does not want to miss out on this opportunity as well. Having said that, LG Electronics have announced the beta opening of their LG Cloud service with the main objective listed as offering seamless connectivity and streaming access to all digital content across an array of different electronic devices. While the word cloud is one of …

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