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BlackBerry and Typo going to court yet again

BlackBerry and Typo are at it yet again as the latter company has decided to continue selling its Typo 2 iPhone keyboard. You might remember that BlackBerry won a lawsuit against the company back in March 2014 as Typo had created an iPhone keyboard that really resembled a BlackBerry one,...

Amazon Prime adds more series and pilots

Nowadays, choosing a streaming service is very hard. All of the major services just keep adding content and most people can only choose one so they have to go through the list of exclusive content in order to decide which video streaming provider they will go with. In the...

Steam gets a homepage revamp, adds more ways to find games

After rolling out a new tag system, Valve has now updated the Steam homepage with a new visual theme and more personalized additions that should make navigating and finding new games that much easier. Valve knows that personalization is the way the internet market is headed and they are looking...

Microsoft Lync is now Skype for Business

Microsoft has just announced that its trademark enterprise messaging client Lync will be replaced by ‘Skype for Business’, a new version of the familiar messaging service that will be solely aimed at enterprises. The new service will start rolling out sometime in the first half of 2015 along with...

VISA is about to make your online transactions more secure

Although it took a while, Visa is not a stranger to online platforms and web security any more. After releasing its Checkout platform in July 2014, the company is now trying to reinvent online credit card security by removing the 16-digit account number in your online payments. When this system goes...

Western Digital introduces Thunderbolt-powered dual drive

Thunderbolt needs to become mainstream as soon as possible. The incredibly speedy technology is not getting adapted as soon as I had hoped but things are changing. Western Digital (WD) has just released a Thunderbolt-powered dual drive for Macs dubbed My Passport Pro that promises to be twice as fast...

The Onyx is a wearable walkie-talkie of the modern world

US startup OnBeep has just revealed the Onyx, an attachable communications device that works with your smartphone. Inevitable comparisons between Star Trek's communicator have been made although the device obviously has its very own design (copyrights and all that). The Onyx is a disc that you can attach to your...

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Best Bitcoin mining software for Windows

Cryptocurrencies are all the rage right now, and Bitcoin remains the most popular one. If you own a PC, there's nothing stopping you from...

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How To: Export and save your browsing history

Most people rarely bother to delete their browsing histories, if ever, which means that they can always find webpages long forgotten in the chaos...