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Surface Pro 3 vs MacBook Air PDF Print E-mail
Written by Wayne   
Thursday, 18 September 2014 04:07

Surface Pro 3

When MacBook Air was launched, it was the fancy of many. It still continues to impress many. Later, Surface Pro 3 came along into the market and we’ve found it to be better compared to Macbook Air. Check out the following comparison to know more. Surface Pro 3 is a big improvement over its predecessors. While Macbook Air looks like an ultrathin notebook, Surface Pro 3 is a convertible. It means that you can use Surface Pro 3 as both a laptop and a tablet. When you are using it without keyboard, you are using Surface Pro 3 as a tablet that gives you more mobility without compromising on the computing power. The tablet format is perfect when you are travelling and not doing type intensive work. When you dock a keyboard, it turns into a laptop – adding to the computing prowess and allowing you to work on complex software like graphics and video processing...I am sure you all want to know more, guess you better hop over to windows8newsinfo forum for the rest.

 

 
Android Privacy Disaster bug PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 17 September 2014 07:52

Android Privacy Disaster bug

Being termed as privacy disaster, the latest Android bug can affect anyone not on the latest Android 4.4 KitKat. The bug infects your Android device when you direct the browser to a specially designed website that injects infected javascript into your device. This bypasses SOP protection used by most of the browsers to protect such an infection from happening. According to Alan Woodward, security expert University of Surrey, the exploit allows access to all of your private date potentially creating more problems for the victim using that data. Considering the vulnerability is open to anyone not on the Android 4.4, the equation would make every 3 out of 4 Android users vulnerable to possible targets. However, the actual number is a lot lower considering the privacy disaster bug only affects those using the Android Open Source Platform (AOSP) browser. The bug was first identified by a security research Rafay Baloch who released the bug details sharing that he has been able to exploit a number of devices like the Samsung Galaxy S3...Learn about this privacy bug at our forum.

 

 
Windows 9 event in San Francisco PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 16 September 2014 08:04

Windows 9 event in San Francisco

Microsoft is preparing to detail its next major version of Windows. We had been expecting the company to hold a press event later this month, and now it’s official. Microsoft will hold a "Windows event" in San Francisco on September 30th. The software maker started emailing out invites to the event today, and Joe Belfiore and Terry Myerson will be leading a discussion around the future of Windows. The event will focus on enterprise and power users of Windows. Microsoft is expected to deliver a "Windows Technical Preview" at the event or soon after so that developers and enterprise customers can evaluate a number of changes the company is making. Screenshots and videos of the Windows Technical Preview have leaked over the past week, revealing the addition of a new Start menu, a virtual desktops feature, and a Notification Center. Microsoft also appears to be tweaking its desktop user interface to improve and flatten the traditional icons...Read more and follow this event on our forum.

 

 
Another Botched Windows Update PDF Print E-mail
Written by Wayne   
Sunday, 14 September 2014 09:01

Another Botched Windows Update

Well, what do you know! Even though Microsoft only released a few updates this time around, there is news that another botched Windows update slipped through. The culprit is KB2889866, which the company pulled down from the download servers soon after reports that it was causing errors. Interestingly, this is not a security update or a patch, instead a feature pack aimed at OneDrive for Business. Users received it approximately one day after the rollout of Update Tuesday September 2014 started, and seemingly, this release is causing a couple of different problems. This particular feature pack was developed to fix syncing on new libraries, by the way, but it is causing more harm than good. If you are current updating Windows via the Windows Update option, KB2889866 will not be present in the list of downloads. But if you have installed this release, and are experiencing problems, simply uninstall this update and reboot your computer if required...Continue following this at windows8newsinfo forum as Microsoft is sure to release an updated version of this failed update.

 

 
Internet Explorer 12 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Wayne   
Friday, 12 September 2014 01:32

 Internet Explorer 12

Microsoft is always looking for ways to improve its browser and with growing pressure from Google Chrome and Firefox, there is no time to waste when it comes to pushing out new features. And to no surprise, Microsoft has big plans for its next major update to Internet Explorer, which will arrive with Windows Threshold. Before we go too far, we are not sure if this new browser build will show up in the technical preview that is expected at the end of this month. Microsoft has many new features in the works for Internet Explorer 12, but it is still up in the air as to whether or not this new browser will make into the Windows preview. Indeed, as you can see in the leaked shots of build 9384 of Windows 9 that came out earlier, the new IE is not present there either. Microsoft’s next browser brings a dramatic new look to the browser - but that in itself is not news, as Microsoft has promised this in the past. But what is new is that we have seen the UI and can help you understand what those changes will be...Turn to windows8newsinfo forum for more on the upcoming IE12.

 

 
Xbox games in your browser PDF Print E-mail
Written by Wayne   
Tuesday, 16 September 2014 08:24

 Xbox games in your browser

Microsoft is a technology company and when they see a problem that they think they can solve, they put their best and brightest minds to a solution. So when the question arises as to why cloud-based gaming hasn’t taken off and the answer is lag (to put it simply), the company sees this as a time to get to work. A few weeks back, a Microsoft research project showed that the company had built a cloud-based gaming service that reduced the lag by a significant margin. Of course, Microsoft has many research products that never seem to make it out of the labs for one reason or another, but this product is a bit different. Microsoft is testing out playing games in your browser and not just any games. We're talking Xbox games - and not just last-generation titles either. In fact, even Xbox One titles are currently said to be in the works too. And don’t think this is some watered-down experience; one source told us that he thought the experience was right around 60FPS...For more turn to windows8newsinfo forum.

 

 
Tablets and Laptops Getting Wireless Charging PDF Print E-mail
Written by Wayne   
Monday, 15 September 2014 07:57

Tablets and Laptops Getting Wireless Charging

Wireless charging will reach PCs next year, and laptops will be able to recharge when placed on tables, pads or surfaces supporting power delivery, according to an Intel executive. In other words, laptop users won’t have to carry power bricks, said Kirk Skaugen, senior vice president and general manager of Intel’s PC Client Group. Skaugen spoke during a webcast keynote Friday at the IFA trade show in Berlin. In a few years, wireless charging will be common in PCs, much like wireless communications are today, Skaugen said, adding that users will be able to charge mobile devices and PCs at the same time. “This is a big, big deal. In the next several years you will see hundreds of thousands of charge stations,” Skaugen said. “Intel’s desire is that wireless charging evolve from wearable to the phone to the tablet to the PC.” Intel is backing wireless technology from a standards organization called A4WP (Alliance for Wireless Power), whose magnetic resonance technology turns surfaces like tables into wireless charging stations. Learn more by visiting our forum.

 

 
Halo Edition Ford Truck PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 13 September 2014 08:10

Halo Edition Ford Truck

In the world of video games, one vehicle stands out as one of the most rugged and capable: the Warthog from the Halo series. It can traverse rocky alien planets, endure gut-wrenching drops and plow through paths of alien scum all in a day’s work. Unfortunately for us not in virtual reality, we will never know what it feels like to drive the Warthog off of a cliff in the middle of a firefight, but a recent listing on eBay will get you as close as humanly possible. The Halo Ford Raptor was crafted by none other than Galpin Auto Sports, who is known for making some of the most unique vehicles on the road. Indeed, it is a one-of-a-kind machine on this, or any other, planet. The exterior is covered with a finish designed to match the famous Warthog, with United Nations Space Command (UNSC) logos from the Halo series on the sides and bed cover. Some more exterior eye-catchers are the 17″ Ford Racing beadlock wheels wrapped with 35×12.5 R17 Nitto Mud Grapplers...Learn a lot more and see several images on our forum.

 

 
5 million Gmail passwords leaked PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 12 September 2014 01:22

5 million Gmail passwords leaked

Nearly 5 million usernames and passwords appear to have been published on a Russian Bitcoin forum. Much of the information is old and potentially out-of-date, Google representatives told Russian media, so the so-called “leak” may be more accurately described as a collection of phished and hacked credentials collected over years. In fact, many of the accounts have long been suspended or are matched with very old passwords. The database of usernames and passwords, which was first reported by CNews, was posted on Tuesday evening to btcsec.com, a Russian-language Bitcoin security forum. The publisher, named tvskit, posted the following screenshot of the database, claiming that over 60 percent of the passwords were valid and working. The file contains information on English, Russian, and Spanish speaking users of Google services, such as Gmail and Google Plus. In addition to Google, the leak includes thousands of user credentials for Yandex, the largest search engine in Russia..For more detailed information about this breach visit our forum.

 

 

 
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