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New Google Maps update brings many improvements

Fan-favorite Google Maps has just received an update that touches upon a variety of aspects, including navigation, transit and "places". The new update is currently available in iOS devices running 6.0 and higher as well as Android devices that are 4.1 or higher. As far as navigation goes, Google has...

Intel to compete directly with ARM in Android tablets

Intel has been trying to bring the cost of its chips down in order to compete with ARM-based tablets that have always been far cheaper. The company has been investing heavily in the department because it plans to sell 40 million devices in 2014, a prospect that current reports...

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...

Mozilla to push low-end devices in emerging markets

Mozilla announced a new range of smartphones in the Mobile World Congress, starting with some $25 ones. The company is planning to bring those phones to markets where people do not use a lot of smartphones. So even though their $25 models would not be a hit in saturated...

Kansas bill to ban additional ISPs

Although Kansas City is the home of USA’s first Google Fiber municipal network, the state of Kansas is now considering a bill that would prohibit other municipalities in the state from laying out their own broadband networks. Of course, the law would not apply retrospectively, meaning that Kansas City...

Zettaly’s Avy is a portable tablet-speaker hybrid

Now that the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is underway, it is important to keep an eye out for innovative devices that provide unique perspectives on default trends. One such example is the Avy, a portable smart speaker and tablet hybrid by Zettaly that is currently seeking funding on Kickstarter. As...

Nintendo 3DS hacked through weird exploit

Nintendo has always been vigilant about protecting their properties and keeping everything the way it was meant to be, apart from the original Wii anyway. The company's handheld consoles are particularly restrictive with what you can do with them, with the 3DS having the longest record of 3 years...

Homeland Security searching for someone to create a federal license plate reader database

License plate readers are not something new. Local law enforcement departments have been incorporating them into their work. Most of the data stays local although some of it goes to the fusion centers, the centralized information sharing hubs of the U.S. government. However, it seems that all that is...

Atari’s E.T. landfill has been finally uncovered

When Atari decided to dump truckloads of E.T game cartridges in the New Mexico desert 31 years ago, multiple newspapers reported on the event. Still, the event was seen as some kind of urban legend as it was one of the most absurd things that had ever been heard...

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...

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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...