Monthly Archives: September 2013

Microsoft holds strong and Rejects 37K Government Requests

By on September 30, 2013

Microsoft has announced that just over 37,000 total requests, from five major countries, have been sent to them regarding collecting user data about their customers. The governments that are requesting this type … read more →

A guide to Dual booting Linux

By on September 27, 2013

Welcome to this comprehensive guide, that will help you set up a dual boot system with a Linux OS and Windows or simply with two Linux OSs. Warning: Before carrying on with … read more →

Never run out of Power again! – A RAVPower KnightRider Review

By on September 25, 2013

We have all had it happen, one of our electronic devices can’t maintain a normal day’s worth of battery power. If you’re a traveler that wishes to watch a movie on your … read more →

Verizon buys Verizon Wireless?

By on September 21, 2013

Has Verizon gotten confused on purchasing companies? Well no. Verizon has now “officially” regained 100% share in Verizon Wireless, for a purchase of $130 Billion. Back in 1999, Verizon sold 45% share … read more →

All you need to know about RAM

By on September 20, 2013

Random-access memory (RAM) is where the PC stores a relatively small amount of ephemeral data that is more rapidly accessed by the Central Processor Unit (CPU) rather than data stored on a … read more →

Customizing Windows Start Icons

By on September 18, 2013

Below I will be guiding you through how to customize the Windows Library icons which can be found in the Start Menu. Here you can see a demonstration of what we will … read more →

Dell Succeeds in Becoming Private

By on September 14, 2013

Way back in January of this year, Dell enquired about returning to being a private company and leaving the stock market for good. Originally, a part of the NASDAQ market, Dell’s CEO … read more →

Made in the US isn’t more expensive to Manufacture!

By on September 10, 2013

Motorola’s newest flagship smartphone, under Google’s Control, the Moto X, is proud to carry the title of “Made in the U.S.A”. This is the first ever smartphone to be manufactured in the … read more →

Microsoft to Acquire Nokia’s Mobile Division

By on September 6, 2013

Microsoft has just announced that they will purchase Nokia’s devices and service business for $7.2 billion or €5.44 billion which will be the main form of payment for deal. Such a move … read more →

Headphones that will Rock your World – A Beyerdynamic Custom One Pro Review

By on September 5, 2013

Today I’ll be reviewing my personal headphones, the Beyerdynamic Custom One Pro. Throughout the review I will be sharing my own experiences of the headphones along with the quality, design, features and … read more →

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