Google will stop supporting Chrome for Windows XP, Vista and older OS X versions by April 2016

If you are still using a very old operating system and want to browse with Chrome, I am afraid I have some bad news for you. Google has revealed that it would no longer offer Chrome support for Windows XP, Vista and OS X 10.6-10.8 by April 2016. Users...

The Microbot Push can turn dumb products into smart devices

Turning dumb devices into smart ones is a great idea which has already been explored with a variety of concepts. Naran, a South Korea startup, is proposing a new alternative with the Microbot Push, a connected button which can be attached to virtually every other device in your household,...

These wireless earbuds mold to the shape of your ears in 1 minute

When your ears are all sorts of whacky, you kind of come to expect that no earbuds will suit you perfectly, unless you are willing to spend a few hundred dollars/euros/pounds in order to get custom-fitted pieces. Though the price may still be an issue, the fine people at...

Google engineer warns against cheap USB Type-C cables

As a tech enthusiast who spent plenty of days messing around with computers, television sets and consoles, finding cables was never too much of a problem as they were littered everywhere in the house. One thing I have noticed over the years is that cheap and expensive cables are...

Acer Aspire One Cloudbook is a Windows 10 Chromebook competitor for $169

I try not to think too much about the notebook era as it is mostly filled with bad memories of bad devices. Many companies and users do not agree with me at all, however, as witnessed by the many Windows and ChromeOS low-end devices that have become increasingly popular...

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,...

Xiami Redmi Note 2 offers ridiculously good specs for $125

Whenever someone mentions Xiaomi, I imagine the company’s bosses sitting around with a smirk on their faces at all times as the Chinese company has been trolling high-end manufacturers for years now and their plans have more than paid off. In its latest announcement, Xiaomi revealed the much-anticipated Redmi...

Consumer edition of Google Glass pushed to 2015

If you were hoping to have a Google Glass on your hands (head?), prepare to be disappointed. Reuters and multiple other tech sources are reporting that the consumer launch of the wearable device will not happen until 2015, despite Google's original plan of releasing the device by the end...

Andy Rubin is leaving Google

Andy Rubin, known around the world as the founder of Android, has decided to leave Google in order to pursue his own interests in creating an incubator for hardware startups. Rubin has been heading Google's robotics division for about a year and a half now, the reins of which...

Microsoft to release an Xbox One wearable in 2015

It looks like the Band was not the only wearable that Microsoft has been developing as head of Xbox One component supplier Exertis Joe Officer revealed to PCR the company's device for a new device that will be paired with the video gaming console in 2015. Officer commented on the fact that...

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Connect Gmail and Google Calendar to Cortana in Windows 10

Compared to its rivals from other platforms, Cortana is not yet on par. However, it keeps receiving useful features that have certainly set Microsoft's...

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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...