Slated iOS 8 keyboard will translate your texts in real-time

We have seen so many translating apps, services and gadgets these past few months that I truly believe we are nearing an era where communicating with others will become much easier. Machine translations have been getting better and better and as more people use these kinds of services, the...

You can now edit your Office documents via Gmail attachments

Google's efforts to turn Gmail into something more than just an email account continue. Users will now be able to edit Microsoft Office documents from Word, Excel and PowerPoint right through their Gmail inbox. The feature works in both desktop and mobile versions albeit in much different forms. The process...

PS4 controller can now be used on PS3

In a move I doubt many expected, Sony has gone out and secretly added wireless support for the PS4 controller on its predecessor. The update was added without any notes, probably because it is not actually ready for a commercial release. While users can go ahead and connect their shiny...

Windows 10 will arrive for desktops first, followed by phones

Though AMD’s CEO was kind enough to let us know about a July release date for Windows 10, Microsoft for its part has not been very straightforward about the launch of the latest version of its operating system. Thankfully, the Build 2015 conference was deemed worthy of such news...

US flight attendants want to ban the use of gadgets during takeoff and landing again

Although pretty much every member of the public was happy to hear that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has finally permitted the use of electronic devices during all flight times, flight attendants are not too happy about the decision. In fact, the biggest union with 60,000 members wants to...

Chrome disabling non-Store extensions

Google's view of extensions and other alterations to its Chrome browser have changed to the worse. The company believes that users are not always protected due to them being uninformed on the dangers of bad extensions and it wants to stop people from hurting their browsers due to sheer...

Valve is being sued by Australian consumer watchdog

Valve is facing legal action from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) due to the way they treat refunds. More specifically, the ACCC is targeting Steam, the company's PC digital distribution and networking platform because its practices go against Australian consumer laws. The issue here is that Valve reserves...

TSA will now block uncharged devices like phones

Airport control might be targeted at the public's safety but some rules can be extremely irritating. The newest addition to that category is that the TSA will block you from flying if you have an electronic device that has not been charged. What that means for the average consumer is...

US military ‘Talos’ suit to commence testing in June

After the reports of the U.S. military’s “Iron Man” suit were revealed, tech enthusiasts from around the world kept asking for more information about the suit. Now, the head of U.S. Special Operations Command announced that the armor will be reading for testing around June 2014. The Tactical Assault...

Microsoft is urging people to migrate from Window Server 2003

Support for Windows Server 2003 is ending in July but Microsoft is already urging people to move away from its 12 years old server platform and on to better things. While most companies already have migrating plans in place, there are plenty of others that remain undecided. To be fair,...

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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...