Two very solid tables with a lot of content for fans
The new flagship iPhone makes our hands look small
Discover your hardware's capabilities, get S.M.A.R.T. attributes, generate reports,...
It enables you to edit, enhance and repair your photos with the help of drawing too...
The smartphone has already been listed on Samsung's site
Ransom asked to be paid in digital currency Bitcoin
Halo: The Master Chief Collection 20 GB Day One Patch Eliminates Need for Second Disc, Developer Claims
The download time is a small price to pay for quality
The jewelry is the brain child of an industrial designer named Naomi Kizhner, is meant to promote sustainability
Gamers will be judged based on how they react
The odd marine creature was caught on camera by photographer Barry Bland, who spotted it in the Mediterranean
Star looks nothing like herself anymore, but some people really need to chill in their reactions online
The other day, Renee Zellweger made a rare public appearance, at the Elle Women in Hollywood Awards, and since then, people haven’t been able to stop talking about her. As you can see in the photo above, she looks different.
Not just “slightly different” as in there’s something about her face you can’t exactly put your finger on, and not different in the sense she’s changed up her hair or her makeup style: Renee looks like an entirely different woman.
The explanation is simple: she no longer has the same shape of the eyes as before, but sh...
These are some strange times we live in
Things have started to change on the Linux and Windows front and it looks like we might get to see some sort of partnership between the two platforms in the future. These are some strange times we live in.
A decade ago, Linux users had a ton of jokes about Windows and Bill Gates. The operating system developed by Microsoft took a much larger piece of the pie and it was arrogant about it. Besides the fact that it provided free distros and open source software solutions, the Linux ecosystem was also some kind of anti-establishment movement.
Linus Torvalds himself, the creator o...
Or is the company preparing to launch a new dual-GPU board?
This is something I've been wondering about for the past couple of days. Considering all the things that happened on the graphics card market, and the things that didn't happen – at least in the time we hoped – either possibility is likely.
Of course, what is “reasonable” is subject to personal interpretation, especially on a market segment where the relationship between supply and demand can be quite fickle at times.
I suppose it's a good thing that there are authorities making sure that there's never a true monopoly anywhere. If not f...
The blogger perfectly represents what is wrong with today's media: rude, unapologetic, invasive and self-entitled
Perez Hilton is not what you would call one of the most beloved figures in celebrity blogging. He has risen to fame only on scandal and by taking advantage of other's people's misery. Oh, and by drawing male genitalia on photos of famous people, which has to be the highest form of journalistic accolade in his mind.
The 36-year-old blogger has been involved in his fair share of scandals over the years and he never backed down from a fight. So when Jennifer Lawrence decided to blast him in her recent interview with Vanity Fair about the fact that he was among the very few celebrity ...
And in just about every other OS X update in the past decade
OS X Yosemite is really growing on me. The gradients are pleasing to the eye, and the color palette, as washed out as it may be, is like a breath of fresh air.
For example, browsing the web using Safari makes half of the Internet look old and outdated. Chances are this is not just an impression caused by the discrepancies in design, but actually an accurate view of how things are out there now that I have something better to compare against. But that doesn’t mean I’m in love with Yosemite. Far from it, actually.
Apple just refuses to change some things
Shared threat intelligence helps connect attacks from the same threat actor and indetify the different tools they use
Cyber-attacks from threat actors believed to operate from China and Russia under governmental supervision have captured most of the headlines of the security beat in online publications lately, bringing to public attention the unseen war between nations across the globe.
The groups have been in the business of stealing sensitive information from infrastructure companies, government organizations, and NATO, for several years, leveraging APTs (advanced persistent threats).
As its name suggests, an APT is designed as an advanced threat that can infiltrate a target’s networ...
Philanthropists and governments can spend all the money they want on fighting it, there's one thing that matters more
Earlier this week, Mark Zuckerberg and wife Priscilla Chan announced that they would donate $25 million (€19.5 million) to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The money is expected to help contain the spread of the deadly Ebola disease in the country.
Back in September, on the 16th day of the month, to be more precise, US President Barack Obama announced that the country would invest as much as $750 million (€579 million) in efforts to put a leash on the ongoing epidemic in West Africa.
The World Bank and the African Development Bank have too pledged ...
Uploading docs to the cloud is all the malware piece can do
Gamers also get another mode on November 5
Create your own family tree with ancestors and descendants, shape their lives by adding stories, photos, music and movies, and view different graphs.
- Undelete Plus
- Webroot SecureAnywhere Complete
- Yosemite Cache Cleaner
- Kaspersky ONE
- System Mechanic Professional
- Parallels Desktop
- Glary Utilities Pro
- Little Snitch
- Bitdefender Total Security