When my Computer was working like a bullock cart instead of a train, I was frustrated for I dint know what the problem actually was. Tried calling in every possible person to know of the best means to help me sort out my system. Not getting anything helpful from other ends, the only best option I could think of was Google. They say there is an answer for almost anything on Google. Hence I typed in
Don’t want hackers to know your location? You better stay far away from the internet. A new tracking method reportedly lets hackers track your location from anywhere using an innovative new method. That method is called “geo inference” and it relies on using data you leave behind at popular websites. The technique was revealed in a new report by researchers at the University of Singapore.
Today’s PC games support resolutions as high as 4K or even 5K. Most PC gamers, however, don’t have a monitor that supports these high resolutions. But if you’re shopping around for 4K PC monitors, you might have noticed something weird: huge 4K TVs aren’t that much more expensive than average-sized PC monitors. In fact, some are even cheaper. How does that work? What are the disadvan
The Apple Watch was announced last year and people were confused about its practicality. Now that the Apple Watch is officially available to order, reviews are pouring in. So what do people think about Apple’s first major new hardware release in years? We’ve rounded up some of the reviews online to give you a look at what people are saying: The New York Times: “What’s more, unlike pre
Windows 10 is looking better and better with every update. With the latest Windows 10 Technical Preview update, Microsoft introduced the highly-anticipated “Project Spartan” internet browser. Project Spartan comes with a more modern and user-friendly interface than Internet Explorer. It’s also streamlined and, to be honest, surprisingly sexy. Yes, browsers can be sexy. More Project Spa
Last week, the internet lost its mind when Microsoft suggested that Windows 10 would be free for anyone who pirated Windows 7 or Windows 8. This week, Microsoft confirmed that the operating system would only be free for those who legitimately purchased Windows 7 and 8. The confusion was understandable. Microsoft isn’t going back on its word. Instead, it’s simply reiterating the fact that an