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TeamViewer is a widely used application that allows people to remotely access computers over the Internet. Statistics say that the software is currently being used by more than 100 million persons for accessing and controlling other computers through the Internet with this tool only. The application doesn’t require installation or any additional configuration and it […]
A Google executive this week commented about their hope of Nokia using the up-and-rising Android platform in their smartphones in the near future. This would not just give a boost to the Android operating system usage, but would surely strengthen the hold of the world’s biggest mobile phone manufacturer Nokia, who is expected to leave […]
Alpha Protocol is Obsidian Entertainment’s first original IP and knowing the developer’s showcase (Star Wars: KOTOR 2, Neverwinter Nights 2 + Mask of the Betrayer and Storm of Zehir add-ons), everybody was hyped up about the game when it was first announced, at the beginning of 2006. However, a lengthy development cycle and a failed […]
A great majority of Windows 7 users have already migrated to Windows 10, and those who haven’t are currently on the lookout for reliable, long-term alternatives. And, just like any previous version of the famous Windows, the 10th edition comes in various versions. But, in this case, we are only going to deal with the […]
According to the most recent statistics, the number of hours an average human spends in front of a computer per day is at a historical high. Depending on what you do, you spend between 8 and 16 hours in front of some kind of screen. And, if you are not careful enough, that might have […]
A great majority of us have smartphones and use them daily. We call each other, send and receive messages, videos, pictures, and other content. But, no matter how much we rely on them and how often we use them, there are still some rather important functions we don’t know how to use. For example, it […]
The character class you choose in Diablo II can say a lot about the way you see the game and the style in which you want to play it. For example, if you opt for a tanky Barbarian, you are going to kill demons using an ax or a sword. And if, on the other […]
Motorola’s upcoming tablet, called Motorola XOOM has made the headlines on just about every tech site since it was presented at the D: Dive Into Mobile conference in San Francisco held more than a month ago. Google’s Andy Rubin presented a prototype of the Honeycomb tablet, and said the device wouldn’t be out for a […]
For all of you Xbox 360 owners and fans, we have some good news regarding the next Xbox 360 LIVE update. Apparently, the 26th October 2010 has been set as the date for the new dashboard upgrade.
Sony has promised to introduce ”the world’s first Internet Television” at a media event held in New York, on October 12. In September, Sony also exhibited a demo of its product at the IFA show in Germany.
The Wireshark Antivirus is a rogue anti-spyware program (we’ll stick to the virus name, although it’s not its textbook definition) that mimics the behavior of legitimate antivirus software. The purpose is to convince you that your computer has a virus/security problem so that you pay money to have these viruses removed. The trick is that […]
Obsidian’s first original IP, Alpha Protocol, was launched yesterday in US stores, a few days after the European release. Despite its long development cycle and the fact that the game was initially supposed to come out over half a year ago, Alpha Protocol still managed to capture the attention of gamers everywhere, especially of RPG […]
This is just in: in an announcement today, the Nokia E5, Nokia C3 and Nokia C6 have been announced by the Finnish producers. These new Nokia handsets aim to bring social networking in an affordable package. Now, I don’t know what is up with Nokia in the past few, but they just don’t seem to […]