Ultra-secure, liquid metal phone named after Alan Turing is now up for pre-orders

Not a lot is known about the Turning Phone, except for the fact that it aims to be the most secure smartphone in the world as parent company Turing Robotics has invested a whole lot of money into creating its very own authentication system. Those interested in the device...

Flipboard is now available on the web

Flipboard might be one of the oldest news readers in the market but its place is still firmly among the top offerings of the market. It is also one of the very few services that places such a huge emphasis on content from social networks like Facebook and Twitter,...

OnePlus releases custom Android Lollipop software

As you might have already heard, OnePlus and Cyanogen are not on the best of terms currently. After a debacle in India where OnePlus could not get CyanogenMod bundled with the One, the company decided that it was about time it created its own Android ROM so that it...

New UK legislation might force companies to allow cross-carrier roaming

Back in June, the British government proposed a plan that would see carriers working together in order to create a national roaming network that would allow consumers to connect to any network if their own was not available. Although expectations were high, carriers completely rejected the idea and the...

You can now remove SuperFish by a Lenovo tool and Windows Defender

A lot of tech headlines this week revolved around the fact that Lenovo shipped quite a lot of new PCs with a malware-adware called SuperFish. The company was quick in its responses and has now released an automatic tool that will remove SuperFish from your computer along with an...

Canonical unveils thrid Ubuntu phone, the best one yet

It may have taken some time but Canonical seems to be on a very good path in regards to its Ubuntu phones right now. The second Ubuntu device was only announced this month but Canonical has now unveiled its third handset which just so happens to be the best one...

Facebook will finally support GIFs

Animated GIFs are prevalent in so many areas of the internet that it is hard to believe Facebook does not support the format fully. The good news for those that appreciate a good GIF is that the social network now supports links in status updates. The GIFs can come...

DDoS attacks rise in latest State of the Internet report

Akamai Technologies have just released their latest report on all internet related things, the aptly named "State of the Internet". There are loads of things to note here as the company is very thorough with their statistics that cover pretty much every corner of the Internet. On the good side...

Google’s Project Vault can secure your devices with a microSD card

Here at FileCluster we regularly talk about how your security should not be overlooked in the digital era, especially when so many of us hold important information in our devices. Google agrees with us and has been showcasing several efforts by its various departments that help to bolster security,...

Google might have just confirmed that Android L is Lollipop

There has been much speculation in the tech crowd about what Android L would stand for. Based on previous release names, the only thing we knew so far was that Android L would be sweet flavored. Now, however, we might just have enough information to say that Android L...

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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...