Makers In Asia Receives 10M Orders For iPad Minis

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According to reports, Asian manufactures say they have received orders for the iPad Minis in a huge numbers. It is reported that Asian component makers have said an estimate of 10 M iPad Minis in the fourth quarter. It is now no more rumoured but a fact that Apple is thinking big for its unannounced tablet and eventually overpower others competitors like Amazon Kindle … [Read more...]

How To Download Google Doc In Older Office Format

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In the ‘How To’ today we bring one of the most interesting and utility posts. It will help you how to download Google Doc in older Office format. Below are the details with few links for better support and understanding. If any doubt or problem downloading it, do let us know in the below given comment box. Despite of being dropped support for older office formats, … [Read more...]

How To keep Your Kids Safe From Smartphones

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Kids are vulnerable to technology, and it is proved. So, how parents can control the temptation of smartphones that is now accessible even to kids nowadays? The question seems hold water as the inappropriate use of smartphones by kids are now rampant. You can’t just say no to today’s children but of course, you can educate them by assessing the level of responsibility … [Read more...]

How To Connect Apple OS X To A Windows Machine

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File sharing is easy from Apple's OS X to Windows PC. Learn how to do it here. Apple has several methods to establish a connection between OS X to Windows systems. The most prevalent file sharing protocol in OS X is AFP (Apple Filing Protocol), there are other methods that have been used to support file sharing to a Windows machine such as SMB (Server message … [Read more...]

The Future Of Warfare – Flying Machines

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Though war can be called the scourge of humanity – it is no doubt that future war technology has its appeal in our imaginations. Whether dove or hawk, most of us can admit to at least feeling a sense of awe when seeing the majestic grandeur of an aircraft carrier, or the awesome speed and maneuverability of modern day aircraft. And, let’s face it, for any nation it is … [Read more...]

Firefox Optimized For Windows 8 Arrives With Latest Features

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Waiting for Microsoft’s Windows 8 will be over within a few weeks. With much anticipation, many companies have come up with new updates, so does Mozilla. In its wake, Mozilla has come up with its latest version of Firefox solely optimized for Windows 8’s touch interface. How To Install Firefox In Your Windows 8 First, you must close all Firefox application … [Read more...]

Revamped MySpace Will Be Separated From Old MySpace

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Over the coming months, the newly revamped MySpace will be launched. But that's not the point of this post. This is for something else that we have learnt about this new launch which is what this post is all about. When the revamped MySpace launches in the coming months, the users of the classic MySpace and the users of the new MySpace will be kept segregated from … [Read more...]

Free Fall From The Edge Of Space

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Ever since the dawn of time, there must have been daredevils – those humans who just don’t feel comfortable with the limits nature has put upon us. Mankind always wants to do that which nature has said we shouldn’t – fly to the edge of space, climb to the top of the world, dive to the bottom of the sea. Thanks to man’s competitive nature, simply doing that which man … [Read more...]

Facebook Closes Cool Hunters Account Allegedly For Copyright Issue

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Is Facebook doing the right thing? Yes, I mean to ask as see what it has done to the Cool Hunter and in what manner it has done. Leaving 80,000 fans of Pop Culture website ‘Cool Hunter’ in wonder, Facebook in an unexpected move sealed the account of the site, allegedly for a copyright issue. It is said that the 1 billion users’ website hasn’t given any sort of … [Read more...]

Microsoft Starts Rolling Up Built-In Apps For Windows 8

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Getting ahead of time, Microsoft has started to roll out the process of updating its primary built-in apps like Bing, maps, photos, news and weather for the launch of Windows 8. It is noted that the software giant will launch the new operating system in October 26. In a blog post, Microsoft President of Windows Steven Sinofsky has cited all the updates the Windows … [Read more...]