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When casinos first entered the online market, you’d always need to download casino software onto your hard drive before you could play any games. For many people, that was enough to put them off even trying out the games on offer as either they couldn’t be bothered with downloading the required software, or they didn’t trust getting downloading files from the internet. Nowadays, although you can still download casino software and indeed need to in order to get the full range of games on some sites, it’s generally not aRead More

Posted On September 22, 2013By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Featured

Apple TV 6.0 Update Reportedly Bricking Apple TVs

Credit: 9to5Mac According to a new report from 9to5 Mac, the new 6.0 software is “bricking” and causing network issues for many users. . “In some particular instances, Apple TVs have also been permanently bricked or they lost the content on the device during the update,” Scot Buscemi reports for 9to5mac. “Other devices could not download any internet content even when an internet connection was connected.” My AppleTV will no longer download content with a valid network connect on AppleTV 6.0. Was fine, but dead now after power outage. Be warnedRead More
According to a recent report from China, the specs of the HTC One Max code name HTC 8088 has hit the internet. This follows earlier leaks of the 5.9-inch display smartphone , which is expected to come with a  fingerprint sensor and wireless charging support. Other key features of the HTC One Max include: A 5.9-inch screen display A 1080p resolution 1.7G quad-core processor and 2G RAM A 2.0-megapixel front camera and 4.0-megapixel rear camera 4G network (TD-LTE) support, Android 4. 3 operating system and a battery capacity of 3300 mA. The report suggests that theRead More
Apple Patents Fingerprint scanner
  Apple’s NFC Fingerprint Scanner and the Patent that will Stop Others from Copying It Recently, leaked photos of the iPhone 5S Box showing a redesigned iPhone 5S Home button has caused quite a stir on the internet with many media outlets reporting that these images might be genuine. The main reason for the excitement was that the silver ring on the Home button suggest that Apple may be using the fingerprint sensor technology from AuthenTec, a company they bought last year. Yesterday, we briefly covered AuthenTec’s fingerprint technology and how AppleRead More

Posted On July 9, 2013By Storm WilliamsIn Google News

What does the World ask Google to Censor?

 Check out this Sadowski’s infographic, on what Google is asked to hand over by various governments in this transparency report. Sadowski: Google’s transparency report visualized in an interactive format, detailing which governments asked for content to be removed from the web and why. The data for the last half year can be compared to the global internet accessibility. Surprisingly, there are some countries, which censors data even though the majority of the population does not have internet access and in other countries, many people are affected. Some detailed information aboutRead More
A Japanese court has ordered Google to modify its autocomplete search functionality. This is to prevent the search engine from suggesting criminal acts when users type one man’s name, according to a report from the The Economic Times. The plaintiff claimed that when users begin typing his name, the search engine auto complete results takes users to websites that defame the unidentified man, the report states. Google was also ordered to pay 300,000 yen ($3,100) for the mental anguish experienced by the man. The plaintiff claimed that after the incident, he found it difficult toRead More
Apple will launch an internet-based services as well as a “Killer App” Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty told investor in a note on Thursday. In a note to investor, Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty posited that Apple will launch internet-based services as well as a “Killer app” this year. This insight was gained from her recent meeting with Apple’s management. “In the near term, Huberty said Apple could make a surprise announcement at the upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference in June regarding a new type of internet service such as streaming music orRead More

Posted On April 1, 2013By Guest AuthorIn Editorials

Why CyberBunker Was Blacklisted By Spamhaus

Why CyberBunker Was Blacklisted By Spamhaus On Wednesday we witnessed the real power of cyber-attacks when the anti-spam organization Spamhaus was hit by a number of large-scale distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks, which not only brought down their own website temporarily, but also a caused a widespread disruption across the Internet. The DDoS attacks flooded targeted websites with extraordinary amounts of dummy traffic, making them unreachable by internet users trying to access them, and slowing down internet speeds worldwide. Spamhaus was allegedly targeted in retaliation by the Dutch webRead More

Posted On February 3, 2013By Storm WilliamsIn iOS Apps

Apple: New iOS Apps (February 3, 2013)

New iOS Apps from the AppStore – Aerial Jet War Shooter: Fighting Air Combat Game HD Free, Alien Rabbits, Armed Strike, Parking School, Alarm clock & Sleep timer and Abby Explorer Phonics – Kindergarten HD.     AEISCAL Pedro Varela Genre: Education Release Date: February 2, 2013 © © 2013 BITOQ – Soluções Móveis   Amazing Letters & Numbers –Interactive Writing Game for Kids! song zengqi Genre: Games Release Date: February 2, 2013 © © 2012 rockgame   50 American Capital Cities ASV Apps Genre: Reference Release Date: February 2, 2013 © © 2013 ASV Apps  Read More

Posted On January 1, 2013By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News

Patents Granted to Apple by USPTO – January 1, 2013

        Here is a list of patents granted to Apple by the USPTO on January 1, 2013. The list includes the following patents – Visual presentation of multiple internet pages, Text to speech conversion of text messages from mobile communication devices and Protective cover for a tablet computer. US 8,347,238 Device, method, and graphical user interface for managing user interface content and user interface elements by dynamic snapping of user interface elements to alignment guides  This patent could possibly find itself in the patent war. In my opinion its veryRead More

Posted On November 15, 2012By Guest AuthorIn Editorials, Google News

10 Essential Android Apps

If at this moment of time you are desperately searching of the top Android apps, you don’t need to go any further. In this article we are going to look at a list of the top 10 Android apps that you can choose from. Android phones have currently become quite popular. With powerful performances and affordable prices, the Android is nowadays taking the best position in the smartphone market. It won’t be an exaggeration to say that Android apps are small computers due to the remarkable features that they posses.Read More

Posted On September 5, 2012By Guest AuthorIn Editorials

Saving Money on Your Phone, Internet and TV

Making a budget is a challenge but there are some things that you can’t avoid using such as the internet, television and your phone. Here are some tips on saving money on internet, TV and phone. Saving Money on Phone A lot of people are giving up their landlines; however, you might need to use the service for visitors or babysitters. For this, you may consider using internet phone services. These services use VoIP or Voice over Internet Protocol as a means to make and receive calls over the internet. Read More