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New Surface Announcement Could Be Coming in June 2013

New Surface Announcement Could Be Coming in June 2013

Microsoft’s Surface tablet is one of the few things that have gone right for Microsoft’s Windows 8. The flagship Windows 8 tablets are selling modestly well. It’s no iPad killer, but the Surface is attracting a niche following of users. Well, if the Surface was good, the Surface 2 is going to be better. Microsoft is reportedly getting set to announce the next version of the Surface at an

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How to Enable Offline Access to Google Docs and Google Drive

How to Enable Offline Access to Google Docs and Google Drive

Google Drive is one of the world’s most popular project management solutions. Based on ‘the cloud’, Google Drive and its partner-in-crime, Google Docs, are becoming valid alternatives to traditional software programs like Microsoft Word. But there’s one problem I have with Google Docs and Google Drive: when you take an internet connection away from Google, things can get messy. Google D

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Why a War in Korea Could Affect your PC

Why a War in Korea Could Affect your PC

If you’ve been on the internet or read a newspaper lately, then you may have heard about this Kim Jung-un fellow from North Korea. After taking over leadership of North Korea from his dad, Kim Jong-Il, in 2012, Kim Jung-un has been making a lot of racket about taking over South Korea and unifying the Korean peninsula. Kim Jung-un has also talked about firing rockets at a bunch countries, and

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Everything You Need to Know about 3D Computer Monitors

Everything You Need to Know about 3D Computer Monitors

3D technology has been out for a few years. Although 3D TVs aren’t selling nearly as well as some people expected, they still have a niche following of fans – many of whom don’t even use them to watch 3D programming. But what about 3D computer monitors? What’s all that about? Today, we’re going to answer any questions you might have about 3D computer monitors and explain why 3D comput

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Google Glass Hacked Just Weeks After Release

Google Glass Hacked Just Weeks After Release

No device is safe from the wrath of today’s hackers. Google learned that lesson the hard way when a team of hackers used a well-known Android 4.0.4 exploit to hack into Google Glass. Google Glass is the name for Google’s futuristic new set of glasses. Although consumer release is still about a year away, Google Glass Explorers (including celebrities, scientists, computer nerds, and more) ar

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How to Monitor Internet Usage in Windows 8 and Avoid Overuse Fees

How to Monitor Internet Usage in Windows 8 and Avoid Overuse Fees

I don’t know about you, but my ISP is very strict about overuse fees – if I go over a certain limit, the price per gigabyte jumps from a few pennies to a few dollars, which is certainly not good for my ISP bill. That’s why I pay close attention to my network usage. But Windows 8 users may not realize how to monitor network usage on their systems, which is why I’m going to show you how i

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