Apple announced its smartwatch this week, and Android Wear has been getting popular too. Our question this week is if you care about the smartwatch anyway.
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Microsoft announced a new revamped MSN over the weekend, and you can check it out now. The company says it’s built with more emphasis on mobile and cloud.
Microsoft released the next set of updates for its controversial operating system Windows 8.1. It’s ready to download now and here’s what you can expect.
How fast is your internet connection speed? This week we want to know how fast yours is and show how to go about testing it and getting best results.
Here’s a valuable lesson about not letting your domain registrations lapse without winding down all the other associated services. Don’t let this happen.
Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) has been part of Windows since the XP Pro days. And here’s how to access your PC remotely from your iOS or Android device.
Did you know that even if you empty the Recycle Bin, the files are still recoverable? Here’s how to make your deleted files unrecoverable by shredding them.
Windows computers, laptop or desktops, start to bog down after a couple of years. Here’s five effective ways to get the old machine running faster.
Amazon’s Fire TV is straight-forward to hook up and start using out of the box. But there’s more you can do. Here’s a look at some of the other features.
Microsoft released the Windows Phone 8.1 update for developers. If you don’t want to wait and get it right now, here’s how get it and future updates early.
As Microsoft ends support for XP today, it launches a new update for Windows 8.1. The update makes the Modern interface more keyboard and mouse friendly.
This week Amazon unveiled its Roku and Apple TV streaming set-top-box competitor called the Fire TV. It includes a lot of power under the hood and can play games.
XP will officially be dead to consumers on April 8th. As a consumer you have some choices to make if your still running the 13 year old operating system.
Today Getty Images launched a new feature on its flagship site — GettyImages.com which allows free access to millions of its photos via embed code.