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Google Wallet for digital goods to be discontinued in March 2015

Google has just announced that Google Wallet for digital goods will be no more after March 2, 2015. That means that you will no longer be able to use your Google Wallet to purchase things like ebooks, music and film. The company cites industry maturity as the reason for...

Security firm RSA was bribed by NSA

The bad news surrounding the government of the United States and in particular the NSA (National Security Agency) just keep piling up. After so many of the backstage shenanigans of the NSA have been revealed, one would think that their secrets would pretty much be known by this point....

AOC releases extremely affordable 4K monitor at $349

Anyone in tech will tell you that technologies such as 4K resolutions will undoubtedly replace current standards like Full HD (1080p) but only when 4K monitors become affordable. While there is still a shortage of 4K content in the market, AOC might have solved the issue on the part...

Valve expecting Steam Machines in 2015

Although Valve has been expecting Steam Machines to release in 2014, the company is not exactly known for keeping its promises in regards to release windows. Of course, this is one of the reasons why it usually churns out polished, high quality material. Steam Machines are no different and,...

Microsoft Edge will not get extensions until 2016

Microsoft’s Edge browser was one of the most pleasant surprises of Windows 10 with a minimalist UI and very fast performance. The main issue with it is that Microsoft took that minimalist approach a bit too far which means that the browser is lacking in essential features, including extensions....

Xiaomi launches high-end Mi Note Pro for $480

Xiaomi may have originally made a name for itself by providing consumers with affordable devices and decent specs but that does not mean it should stop there. The company has already forayed into additional markets and has also finally launched an extremely competitive flagship, the Mi Note Pro, after...

Samsung’s colossal tablet has been leaked, pre-orders start at $600

Tech announcements sometimes have a certain aura of mystery around them where one just has to wonder whether the discussed products will fail spectacularly or surprise everyone and be welcomed with open arms. Samsung’s gargantuan tablet, for instance, was one thought as nothing more than an extravagant rumor yet...

Windows 7 PCs will not be sold after October 31, 2016

Windows 10 has already been installed by a considerable amount of people but Microsoft wants to increase those numbers by a lot more. One of the proverbial thorns in Microsoft’s backside is Windows 7, an operating system that has proven to be a bit too successful as users do...

Xiaomi sold almost 35 million smartphones during first half of 2015

Xiami, one of the fastest-growing phone manufacturers worldwide, has just announced that it sold about 34.7 million smartphones during the first half of 2015, beating last year’s sales by 33%. The company shows no sign of slowing down as it is has been the first smartphone manufacturer in China for...

Lenovo to enter the education technology market

The Chinese electronics giant Lenovo has just announced their newest products that are aimed at children and general education. After dealing with Google in the Motorola deal, Lenovo has also decided that they will use Chromebooks for their education line along with their own Yoga brand. The series is...

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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

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