Windows XP clings on, Arc Welder apps incoming, OnLive is now OnDead, killing Kinect for Windows, streaming music through Rithm, and watching how elders react to an emotional video game. Windows XP Still Massively Popular https://youtu.be/nt2oxjlBIWk Windows XP is still refusing to die, despite continued attempts to get people to move on from the ancient…
The issue of extra computers would be a big reason why XP is still around. I wouldn't want it for a main OS, but I still have it on a couple of extra machines.
Lenovo's Superfish malware has caused quite a stir in the past week. Not only did the laptop manufacturer ship computers with adware installed, but it made those computers highly vulnerable to attack. You can get rid of Superfish now, but the story's not over. There are a lot more apps out there to worry about.…
As expected, Cortana has been activated in the latest preview release of Windows 10. But is Microsoft's intelligent digital assistant as competent as she is on Windows Phone? With the potential to revolutionise how we use our desktop and laptop computers, Cortana has a lot of expectation on her shoulders. Fortunately, she's easy enough to…
Most galaxies, like the Milky Way, have two or more spiral "arms," but NGC 4725 only has one. Don't worry NGC 4725 you may be weird, but we still love you and think you're great looking. Space is a safe space.
Without a decent battery, your laptop is little more than an underpowered desktop — here are some of the best tools to help you stay on top of your battery life. As important as a battery is to a laptop, we can often be less informed than we should be about how healthy our batteries are.…
I've tried the Windows10 Battery Saver, and frankly couldn't notice the difference.
Apple has released plenty of awesome devices. The MacBook, iPhone, and iPad are a few great ones that come to mind. But, like all companies, Apple isn't perfect. The Cupertino-based firm has had some blunders in its long history. Just like Nintendo, there was occasions where Apple was a little ahead of its time. In other cases,…
Holy crap...only 6k people wanted a free U2 album?!
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