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Asus Transformer Book T100TA (64GB) Review

IntroductionIt all started with netbooks, the low-powered budget laptops for day to day use and small and light enough to be taken anywhere. Some years later, netbooks were replaced by tablets like the iPad and Galaxy Note 10.1. Unlike netbooks, these tablets were on mobile OS with limited ...

Digital Storm Krypton Review

IntroductionWe often ask ourselves that what is more important for a hardcore gamer, the overall package or just gaming performance? Digital Storm Krypton is the answer to this question, Digital Storm has paid no attention to the cosmetic details of Krypton and focused all their attention to ...

MacBook Pro 15-inch (2013) Review

Apple introduced the Retina MacBook series in June 2012 and Apple MacBook Pro 15-inch (2013) with Retina display is the third release in the series. On the outside not much is changed, it still has the same Retina display, which was introduced last year, but with a thinner body and more power ...

MacBook Pro 13-inch (2013) Review

IntroductionApple first introduced the 13” MacBook Pro with Retina display in 2012 and it came with a bunch of issues. MacBook Pro 13-inch (2013) with Retina display is the third and the latest laptop in the series. The new and refreshed laptop is not only lighter and slimmer than its ...

Google released first four Android apps for Chromebook

A while ago, Google promised its Chromebook users that Android apps will ultimately make their way to the Chrome OS and into their Chromebooks and today is day Google fulfilled its promise. Google launched a set of four new Android apps that are also available on the Chrome Web Store.There were ...

SwiftKey unveiled its new keyboard for iOS 8

Today at the TechCrunch Disrupt SF, SwiftKey has shown a demo of its upcoming SwiftKey keyboard working on iOS 8 for the first time. The company whose predictive keyboard is being used by over 200 million devices currently, is going to be the first company to introduce a predictive keyboard app for ...

5 million Gmail account passwords leaked

About 5 million Gmail accounts’ usernames and passwords has been leaked on a Russian Bitcoin forum. This is the first time that such a large number of Gmail accounts and their credentials are leaked anywhere on the internet. According to Google representative, the leaked information is out of date ...