The gameplay is interesting and the presentation is good
It lacks some of the features included in Lumia 1520
Manage system checkpoints a lot easier with this app
It makes it easy to view your "pocketed" articles, pictures and videos online or of...
The quirky but interesting fiction writing game is currently undergoing a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter
Cybercriminals derive search query from current date
It’s currently available only in North America
Customers in China are dying to get the handset
In small scale of course, but they look great
Russian leaker says Microsoft might limit the offer to some Windows 8 users, but make Windows 10 affordable for everyone
In a world where talent just doesn’t cut it anymore, celebrities are clinging at straws to stay relevant
Showbiz is a very fickle place. A few decades back, talent was enough to launch a career, be it in music, film, or television. Then, that simply didn’t cut it anymore, so stars (or aspiring stars, better yet) also had to be good-looking. Then came pressure to also be in shape and generally stick to industry standards.
In this day and age, when the Internet can make anyone into a celebrity and they don’t even have to be particularly talented (“different” will do), pressure is even bigger on “older” stars (understood as established before all this) to ma...
The PC platform seems to be the most affected
Somewhere along the line, game publishers and developers managed to trick us into buying their games without letting us play them first. The change was subtle and strange at the same time, because very few people seem to notice this important fact.
If we rewind 5 to 10 years ago, we will find that very few games didn't have a demo released before the official launch. Players would get to play a little slice of the game and decide if they want it or not. It was also a very powerful tool for studios to promote their titles.
Apparently, I missed a meeting or a memo from publ...
Galaxy Alpha was launched to fill a gap in Samsung offering
Samsung has become infamous for its inability to improve on its flagship smartphones’ design. Since Galaxy S II was launched on the market back in 2011, there were no major changes concerning the Galaxy S series.
Sales of the last two flagship handsets, Samsung Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S5 have been much lower than expected and one of the reasons is design. Even if the South Korean company changed the plastic covering the battery, the Galaxy S phones basically look the same, even if they have different sizes.
One of the reasons the HTC One M7 and One M8 have been awarded wor...
When your music just isn't enough anymore
There's no denying that the pop industry has become a cutthroat business these days, where only the fittest survive and you have to kick and scratch your way to the top. Don't kid yourself into thinking that by simply making good music, you will stay ahead of the competition, those days are long gone. And Beyonce knows it.
The singer has been at it for years, becoming a household name in her musical genre and having lots of number one singles and albums under her belt. So then she shouldn't have to resort to cheap tricks and gimmicks to get the media's attention and the fa...
The Opteron A-Series of CPUs is the best evidence
Advanced Micro Devices had some management problems back in 2009-2010, and it didn't get out of them even after it hired Rory P. Read as CEO in August 2011. But the Chief Executive Officer immediately set about cleaning house, and changed the company's direction too, for good measure.
In a nutshell, the man's idea was that Advanced Micro Devices would be better off if its products stopped being compared to Intel's all the time.
Understandably enough, everyone was skeptical about AMD's chances of freeing its brand from automatic association with Intel's...
A true visionary, Apple’s late CEO was known to take action against bad press before things spiraled out of control
“What would have Steve done?” An age old question that has become one of the biggest clichés in tech and probably other industries as well. But it always springs to mind whenever Apple faces PR troubles.
It’s all too well known that Apple’s late CEO was easily ticked off by bad press. Regardless of their social status, profession, or net income, calling people on their errors was like second nature to the man.
Remember “Thoughts About Flash” or “Antennagate?” Well, let’s just say had Jobs not acted on those the way ...
Destiny didn't exactly deliver the great experience many were hoping for when it appeared earlier this month
Destiny seemed to be the perfect storm ahead of its release, as it was apparently doing everything right. It was being made by one of the most prestigious studios in the industry in terms of first-person shooters – Bungie. It was also being published by one of the most powerful companies in the industry – Activision.
It already had alpha and beta tests to ensure that its servers would handle the influx of users, as well as to make sure that people had already tried out the game and could propagate its quality through word of mouth to others.
However, when the gam...
ASUS has two Broadwell products in the pipeline
The release adds Apple CarPlay and iTunes Radio support to iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, as well as iPhone 5, 5c, and 5s devices
- Bitdefender Total Security
- Mozilla Firefox
- Kaspersky ONE
- McAfee Total Protection
- StuffIt Expander
- Undelete Plus
- Little Snitch
- System Mechanic Professional
- iOS (iPad Firmware)
- Ashampoo UnInstaller
- Glary Utilities Pro