Windows 8 to have Picture Passwords?

by Mark R

For those that are really looking forward to Windows 8, you may have a very interesting feature for identification. This possible feature is “picture passwords”, which involves the user selecting an image of their choice and then drawing on it with selective gestures, like the dot, circle, and line that you see in the image to the upper left. Basically, the lines, circles, and taps help to unlock Windows just …

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CooTek TouchPal Tablet Keyboard app announced

by Edwin

CooTek has just announced their TouchPal Tablet Keyboard app which will play nice with the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, and what makes this special is it is the only Android tablet keyboard app which will rely on gestures in order to split and resize the keyboard. Not only that, you will be able to enjoy swiping and typing input methods. With the plethora of Android-powered tablets having …

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Google and NORAD help to track Santa

by Edwin

I know, I know, the entire excitement of Christmas is already over, and chances are you might be in bed right now or having a nightcap (depending on the time zone), or just having woken up if you happen to live across the pond. Another day to reflect on the year, as well as to think about what the next year will bring. Well, have you ever wondered how you …

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Facebook for PlayBook introduced

by Edwin

When you are the 800lbs gorilla in any industry, niche or otherwise, you can certainly throw your weight around, and whatever you do or say does have repercussions on others who are far smaller and depend on you. Case in point, RIM’s BlackBerry PlayBook – this particular tablet is not exactly doing gangbusters in the market ever since it was released earlier this year, never mind the fact that the …

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Skype helps US travelers connect for free with Skype WiFi

by Edwin

Do you love to Skype? If the answer is in the affirmative, then Skype intends to make your traveling plans more pleasant this coming Yuletide season by putting up on offer a free hour of Internet access to 3rd party wireless hotspots, as long as those fall under the umbrella of the Skype Wi-Fi hotspot footprint in certain airports that are strategically located across the US. This offer will be …

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Santa gets Google Voice number

by Edwin

Do you have a Google Voice number? If you have answered in the affirmative, guess who else is deemed on the ‘nice’ list to own his very own Google Voice number? It seems that Santa, the most popular imaginary resident at the North Pole, has gotten his very own Google Voice number as well. In fact, Santa received his number last year, where folks living in the US were able …

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HappiTaps merge toy and app genres together

by Edwin

Everything is getting converged these days as we push ourselves to do far more than what we were originally meant to do. I still remember back in the day where we actually had to make sure everything was in place before leaving the house, as no one carried cell phones back then. If a friend and I were to agree to meet at 6pm at a particular place, we made …

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LG and Box team up for free cloud storage

by Edwin

LG Electronics has teamed up with Box, a leading cloud content management provider, so that the South Korean consumer electronics giant will offer up to 50GB of free cloud storage over at Box for Android on all LG mobile devices that are running on the Android operating system. LG users who sign up for an account with Box via their LG Android mobile devices between November 30, 2011 and March …

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