Monthly Archives: January 2015

Office 365

By on January 29, 2015

Office 365 was launched in 2011 as a competitor to Google Apps to aid in office productivity by bringing together Microsoft’s online services, providing access to Microsoft Office applications, cloud storage, email … read more →

Microsoft Offers FREE Windows 10 Upgrade

By on January 24, 2015

During the Microsoft keynote of their newest operating system, Windows 10, the technology giant had some interesting news for both new and old customers. For the first time in Windows history, Microsoft … read more →

Advance Your Gameplay – A Turtle Beach Ear Force Sentinel Task Force Headset Review

By on January 22, 2015

There are some gamers out there that insist that playing a game on a console gives them a better experience over a PC. As there is a large debate over which is … read more →

One Outlet, Six Devices – A RAVPower Bolt 6-Port USB Charger

By on January 20, 2015

Some of us, including myself, tend to centralize their mobile devices at the end of the day. Near the exit door, I have a counter that contains two smartphones, a Bluetooth headset, … read more →

Earbuds that are reinvented – A Beyerdynamic iDX 160 iE Review

By on January 18, 2015

Music is a form of art where an artist can express feeling through the media of instruments and voice. This form of art allows us to recall memories, put us into a … read more →

Windows 7 Ends Mainstream Support

By on January 15, 2015

Five years ago, Microsoft released a brand new and revolutionary operating system that sought to end the days of Windows XP. With nearly half of the computers in the world running Windows … read more →

Don’t be frustrated at USB Type-C

By on January 11, 2015

We all know the frustration that comes with plugging in a USB device. It seems that no matter how hard we try, the first plug-in attempt is always wrong. This year at … read more →

Your Music Just Became a Whole Lot Louder

By on January 10, 2015

For all of the music lovers in the world playing their own personal jam, sometimes we want to just rock out loud and have our friends jump in. During the previous year, … read more →

Kingston takes storage to a new level

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Announced at the latest 2015 Consumer Electronics Show in California, the storage and memory manufacturer recently released their new innovation in portable data storage. Based on the DataTraveler Locker series, Kingston’s new … read more →

Restore the Past with Ease! – A Kernel Data Recovery for Windows Review

By on January 6, 2015

Countless times, whether it be at work or here on the forum, I have seen users with a desperate desire to recover their old deleted data. Whether it be by accident or … read more →

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