Monthly Archives: April 2013

2 Ways to Fix the Typing-on-Touchscreens Problem

Considering how much typing on a glass touchscreen blows in comparison to using hard keys, it’s easy to imagine how Blackberry saw the first iPhone back in 2007 and thought, “Bah, this isn’t a threat.” We all know how that … Continue reading

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GTA 5 Release Date PC, PS4, Wii U, Xbox 720: Spoilers Leaked To IGN

  GTA 5 Release Date PC, PS4, Wii U, Xbox 720: Grand Theft Auto V is set to debut on PS3 and Xbox 360 in September 17 and IGN got a sneak peek at the game last week. Read on … Continue reading

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Hands on: Google Now is less of a concierge, more of a valet

    A profound transition is taking place in our interactions with technology. If the last ten years were about getting all the information you need at your fingertips, the next ten are about making sure that you have the … Continue reading

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Ten improvements we’d like to see in OS X

As part of last year’s surprise release of Mountain Lion, Apple promised that it would begin delivering yearly updates to Mac OS X, much as it has to iOS in recent years. With the approach of summer—the season of Apple’s … Continue reading

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Siri Remembers… Fot Two Years Says The Big Apple At Cupertino California.

Siri remembers…for two years says AppleApple has disclosed that it keeps your personalized Siri data for two years, after Wired commented on what seemed like rather vague privacy statements. Since Siri has only been around for two years that means … Continue reading

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How to Protect Your WordPress From Attack

An ongoing brute-force attack on WordPress-based websites has compromised more than 90,000 blogs, but there are simple ways to make sure your blog won’t be next to fall. Brute-force attacks, as their name would suggest, are some of the least … Continue reading

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LinkedIn Updates Mobile App, Experiments With Ads

LinkedIn has updated its mobile app for the first time since 2011 and will run a small test of “sponsored content” i.e. ads in the stream. The test comes after LinkedIn announced a similar test of sponsored content in its … Continue reading

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