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The Interview: Obama Slams Sony as FBI Blames North Korea

The Interview: Obama Slams Sony as FBI Blames North Korea

| December 19, 2014

Who done it? While the claims and counter claims divide experts, pundits and media talking heads, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is saying that the North Korean government is responsible for the Sony Pictures hack. Moreover, when asked to comment the increasingly absurd affair, President Barrack Obama slammed Sony Pictures for canceling the premiere […]

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Check & Modify AutoCorrect Settings from the Command Line in OS X

Check & Modify AutoCorrect Settings from the Command Line in OS X

| December 19, 2014

Spelling autocorrect features tend to be divisive, with Mac users usually either loving it or hating it. Most Mac users know they can easily turn off autocorrect through an OS X system preference change, but the System Preferences are only accessible from the graphical interface of a Mac. If you’re wanting to automate the enabling […]

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The Incredible Tiles 2048 iOS Game Review

The Incredible Tiles 2048 iOS Game Review

| December 18, 2014

The Incredible Tiles 2048Go Games, Ltd.GamesFreeDownload Candy Crush for math geeks. That’s the somewhat derogatory summary that people throw at the various 2048 tile games doing the rounds. The Incredible Tiles 2048 does have parallels with King’s ridiculously popular puzzler, in that it’s destructively addictive and hard to defeat without splurging on in-app purchases.   […]

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Advice from the Gods Android App Review

Advice from the Gods Android App Review

| December 18, 2014

Advice From the Gods Books & Reference 0Download Advice from the Gods is a very clean and easy to use app for iOS and Android that allows you to get answers to your questions from a number of different religious texts. The texts offered at the time of writing include The Bible, The Quran and […]

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Inbox Messenger iOS App Review

Inbox Messenger iOS App Review

| December 17, 2014

Inbox MessengerinboxSocial NetworkingFreeDownload Finding traction in the world of messaging applications, a market utterly dominated by a handful of killer apps and littered with a throng of forgettable upstarts, is a challenge that most wouldn’t bother with. The team behind Inbox Messenger is feeling confident in the face of adversity, though. The NYC-based outfit claim […]

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How to Send & Receive Text Messages from Mac with SMS Relay for OS X Yosemite

How to Send & Receive Text Messages from Mac with SMS Relay for OS X Yosemite

| December 17, 2014

The Mac Messages app has long had support for sending and receiving iMessages, and now the latest versions of Messages for OS X support a new feature which allows you to send and receive SMS text messages as well. This basically means that you can talk to someone using an Android, Windows phone, ancient flip […]

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How to Always Show the User Library Folder in OS X Yosemite the Easy Way

How to Always Show the User Library Folder in OS X Yosemite the Easy Way

| December 17, 2014

An individuals user Library folder contains personalizations, preference files, caches, and other contents specific to any given individual user account on a Mac. While most users won’t need access to their user account Library directory, some advanced users like to have easy access to that folder for a variety of purposes. All modern versions of […]

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Top Google Searches 2014: From Robin Williams to MH370

Top Google Searches 2014: From Robin Williams to MH370

| December 16, 2014

Another boring year? Hardly, from Robin Williams to flight MH 370 and beyond, the top Google searches of 2014 reveal the year that was fun, crazy, frought with peril and, above all, interesting. How do your top Google searches of 2014 compare with Google and YouTube’s top hits? What was the zeitgeist of 2014? First […]

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Top Searches 2014: From Robin Williams to MH370

Top Searches 2014: From Robin Williams to MH370

| December 16, 2014

Another boring year? Hardly, from Robin Williams to flight MH 370 and beyond, the top searches 2014 reveal the year that was fun, crazy, frought with peril and, above all, interesting. How do your top searches 2014 compare with Google and YouTube’s top hits? What was the zeitgeist of 2014? First off, Google has stopped […]

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Apple, Samsung Make Peace? Build A9 Chips

Apple, Samsung Make Peace? Build A9 Chips

| December 15, 2014

Samsung, why can’t I quit you? Everyone expected that, given years of legal hand-to-hand combat between Apple and Samsung, the two companies would part ways. While they might hate each other, Apple and Samsung can’t live without the other. Proof? They’re already cooperating on Apple’s next A9 chips. Apple has tried and, to varying degrees […]

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