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You need to update your Kindle by March 22, or it won't work anymore
Amazon is urging Kindle owners to update their devices now, lest they lose access to the cloud and Kindle book stores. 2012 Kindles and earlier apply.
Microsoft says that Windows 10 isn't installing itself on user PCs
Despite thousands of people that say different, Microsoft says that users remain 'fully in control' over their PCs.
Microsoft pushes Office 365 Planner preview to First Release testers
Microsoft has begun a roll out of its new Office 365 Planner software for select testers.
Microsoft rolls out beta for Cortana on Google Android devices
Cortana for Android beta rolls out to users in the United States.
Storage is no sweat for the Transcend StoreJet 8TB USB 3.0 drive
Transcend has announced its massive USB 3.0 35T3 8TB USB 3.0 external HDD.
Gaming world seems to like virtual reality, but we need the content
Bring on the VR content!
ATMs could be some of the first things to upgrade to Windows 10
Some of the first devices that could receive Windows 10 upgrade? ATMs.
TomTom hits the Cloud
AORUS is at it again with the world's most poweful 15" laptop
AUROS throws another killer punch, a 15" laptop with two NVIDIA GTX 965m in SLI, a 3K IPS display, three SSDs in raid and broadcast capabilities.
Microsoft in control of Windows 10 Mobile updates, leaves out carriers
The carriers can pound sand, as Microsoft will control Windows 10 Mobile updates.
NVIDIA says PC sales slowing ahead of Microsoft Windows 10 launch
PC sales are slowing down ahead of the upcoming Microsoft Windows 10 launch, according to NVIDIA.
The race is on for the No. 3 mobile OS position behind Android, iOS
Competitors are rekindling the competition to create the No. 3 mobile OS behind Google Android and Apple iOS.
Windows 10 will arrive for Xbox One after PC, features remain unknown
The Xbox One will receive Windows 10 after PCs, and exact functionality hasn't been disclosed.
Apple iPad software glitch causes flight delays for American Airlines
Software problem with Apple iPads used by pilots causes flight delays for American Airlines.
Virtual reality needs killer experience to drive further interest
There is a mad dash to create killer apps that will help drive interest in virtual reality.
Razer Makes Razer Chroma SDK Available
ENERMAX unveils world's first fanless digital power supply
ENERMAX announce a world's first fanless digital power supply - the DIGIFANLESS 550w.
Chinese government relying more on home grown hardware, technology
Chinese government reducing reliance on foreign-made technology and hardware.
Lenovo releases Superfish removal patch to angry customers
Lenovo has released a Superfish removal tool for customers.
Lenovo will no longer pre-install controversial Superfish PC adware
Lenovo faces public backlash, decides to disable Superfish PC adware.
Adobe Lightroom now available for Android smartphones
Adobe Lightroom is finally here on Android devices - Tablet users beware, this one is for smartphones only.
Canada makes automatic software installations illegal
Canada cracks down on malware, ensuring a C$10m fine for any company that doesn't explicitly ask for users permission when installing software.
Synology introduces its new DiskStation 1-bay NAS server
Synology has released its new DiskStation DS115 - a 1-bay NAS device with a dual-core processor.
Synology Introduces DiskStation DS115
Crucial Releases Storage Executive - The First Crucial SSD Toolbox
Crucial Releases Storage Executive - The First Crucial SSD Toolbox.
Security expert: Regin is scary and companies should be on alert
Cybersecurity companies are outlining additional details about the sophisticated Regin spyware malware, but no one has a complete picture just yet.
Seagate Announces the Wireless Portable Drive
Seagate Launches the Seven Slim Portable Hard Drive
LaCie Also Unveils the Mirror Portable Hard Drive
LaCie Announces the Rugged RAID Mobile Drive
Samsung plans to launch smart TVs this year on Tizen software platform
Samsung will push ahead with its own Tizen operating system powering smart TVs to be released in 2015, company confirms.
Microsoft donates $2M and 200 tablets to youth organizations
Microsoft digs deep for the youth - providing softweare and tablets for many.
Vulnerability sees routers installed with RomPager open to hackers
Yet another vulnerability has been found - this one enables hackers to gain easy access into your home router and control your network.
ADATA announces release of HV100 external HDD
ADATA releases software-included external HDD's to the market.
Samsung acquires Proximal Data for server-side caching software
Samsung wades into the software caching pool for their enterprise offerings.
Source code for MS-DOS and Word for Windows goes online
Microsoft offers soruce code for MS-DOS and Word for Windows to educate noobs on how things were in the early days.
Updated BlackOS software available to cybercriminals for $3,800
The BlackOS software isn't cheap but provides cybercriminals with a great tool to compromise Web users.
McAfee makes Antivirus & Security free for Android and iOS
McAfee offers up full mobile software suite for free to Google Android and Apple iOS users.
Opternative online test will give you a prescription for glasses
Opternative online eye test promises to accurately diagnose your eye condition and give you a prescription for glasses.
Google Chromecast to get screen mirroring via AllCast app
Google Chromecast streaming device will get Android screen mirroring feature thanks to AllCast app soon.
Toyota issues Prius recall over faulty software
Toyota Prius issues worldwide recall to resolve a software issue.
Solid State Doctor SSD Utility Suite 3.0 Software Overview
LC Technology's Solid State Doctor SSD Utility Suite 3.0 does almost everything right. It's universal meaning it will work with just about any SSD.
Using the Windows Updates Downloader to speed up your installation
Speed up the Windows installation process with Windows Updates Downloader.
SuperSpeed RamDisk Plus 11 Software Review
With today's RAM prices at an all-time low, it has never been a better time to stuff your motherboard with as much RAM as it can hold. Modern systems can take a lot of it, and there is a certain breed...