Winamp found a new buyer

The recent announcement by AOL to shut down Winamp and the Shoutcast service was met with an outcry from the IT community. The services brought forth a wave of nostalgia for a lot of users that did not want to see them go. When the planned shutdown date was...

IT spending around the globe to rise in 2014

The IT industry has been steadily climbing in recent years and 2014 is no exception. Analysts believe that we will see a 6.2 percent increase in the next year and the figures will rise even more in 2015. This is the result of both a growing industry on itself...

BlackBerry sues Typo

Although BlackBerry has been going through some rough spots recently, they have just given out a press release that confirms their lawsuit against the Typo keyboard products on grounds of patent infringement. Typo is about to release their new slip-in keyboard for iPhones that looks a lot like BlackBerry’s...

New eye-tracking tech by Tobii and SteelSeries

Tobii, a company that specializes in eye tracking technology, has just unveiled their partnership with SteelSeries, one of the most popular gaming peripherals manufacturer. The two companies are aiming to release a mass-marketed eye tracking tool that is going to be used in video games and applications to provide...
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New trailer for Samsung Galaxy Gear

Samsung’s has released a trailer for their latest smartwatch, the Galaxy Gear. Although the trailer is quite cheesy, it does give valuable information about how the smartwatch works and some of the features. Of course, more information about the watch can be found on the product’s website along with...

New Apple patents approved

Just in time for the festive season, Apple has been granted a few new patents of various uses and technologies. The tech giant filled the patents in 2010 but the process takes a long time. Thankfully for them, they finally got approved a day before Christmas, just in time...

Samsung’s Knox security threat discovered

Security researches in the Ben-Gurion University in Israel have uncovered a security flaw in Samsung Galaxy S4 that uses the Samsung Knox, a platform wholly dedicated to security. Both the phone and the platform have been advertised by Samsung as the most complete and secure system currently on the...

Internet Archive releases emulator and free web ports for historic consoles

Internet Archive, the non-profit organization for the preservation of digitalized items and the internet, has just released a web-based emulator project called The Internet Archive Console Living Room. The emulator is currently on its beta stage and offers games for the Atari 2600, Atari 7800 ProSystem, ColecoVision, Magnavox Odyssey...

Roku rooted by GTV Hacker

The team over at GTV Hacker has successfully managed to root a second generation Roku. The streaming device has become immensely popular in recent months due to the low price and the constant updates and subscription services they provide. Although Roku has had some custom channels and apps before,...

Jailbreak for iOS 7 announced

Although iOS 7 users have gone a long time without it, a jailbreak version of the operating system was bound to happen sooner or later. Team Evasi0n has finally announced that a jailbreak for the iOS 7 is now available for anyone to download and is compatible with versions...

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How to open or save as WebP image files in Photoshop

As we discussed before, WebP is Google's modern format for lossy and lossless image compressions. It is basically aimed at replacing JPEG, PNG and GIF...

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How To: Add subtitles to Windows Media Player

Since loads of people refuse to abandon Windows Media Player but are still having problems with their subtitles, I figured I would make this guide...