Monthly Archives: September 2012

Apple’s Back in Action!

By on September 28, 2012

Two weeks ago, Apple held their 2012 San Francisco keynote event that announced a range of new products and updates. Tim Cook, who has taken over the keynote since the passing of … read more →

Has Apple lost its pip? (er … way?)

By on September 21, 2012

It looks as if Apple may have goofed big time with its Map App in the new operating system iOS6. Apple’s latest operating software, iOS6, runs on the iPhone, iPad and iPod … read more →

Apple being sued?

By on September 18, 2012

As I speculated in my previous article, copyright infringment wars continue on, and this time Apple is allegedly in the crosshairs of both Samsung and HTC following the release of their newest … read more →

Linux: Basic Terminal Commands

By on September 17, 2012

Introduction So, have you gone through the basics of Linux and now want to delve into the Terminal? This article will explain what exactly the Terminal is, why we use it, and … read more →

Microsoft Fights the Nitol Botnet

By on September 16, 2012

Malware is rising to the next level it seems, with malware allegedly coming in on Windows computers preinstalled. Microsoft received permission of the court a few days ago to pursue a botnet … read more →

All you need to know to play the latest games on a Low End PC

By on September 15, 2012

This is a republication of an older article. Whilst the majority of the article is still relevant, the article may contain outdated information. NOTICE: I have Upgraded my CPU from a Dual … read more →

The S III goes beyond the Galaxy

By on September 11, 2012

Just a few months ago Samsung announced their brand new smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S III. Shortly after the release many tech websites such as PCMag and CNet gave it outstanding reviews. … read more →

Microsoft’s Revamp

By on September 10, 2012

With Windows 8 upcoming Microsoft has decided to change up their logo. For years Microsoft’s logo has always consisted of the well known thick letters with italicized font. The new logo, however, … read more →

GoDaddy down, thousands of sites offline

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Major web host and domain registrar GoDaddy is currently experiencing downtime, after what appears to be a major attack on the site. At time of publication, the main site is down, as are … read more →

Motorola phone running Chrome for Mobile

By on September 9, 2012

After a lot of speculation, it seems that Google is indeed moving to use the few month old acquisition of Motorola Mobility to continue its own product line while securing MM’s longevity. … read more →

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