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Xbox One vs PC: Entertainment Takes on The King of Gaming

All-in-one or one system for everything?

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PlayStation 4 vs PC: Which is Right For You?

Enthusiast gaming or console gaming–which is worth your time?

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iPad Air 2 vs Galaxy Tab 4 10.1

Apple’s newest iPad Air 2 faces off against the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 10.1, but would one really dominate the other?

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Android, Cloud Computing, Guides, Mobile Computing, Operating Systems, Software Programs, VR World

How to Enable Multi-language Voice Typing on Android

Multilingual Voice Typing

Learn how to enable Google’s voice typing in multiple languages at the same time without any additional hassles.

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Android, Business, Guides, Mobile Computing, Operating Systems, Reviews, Software Programs

Android L Preview – Making Stock Android Attractive to All

Android L Release

Another year, another Google I/O and another major announcement that makes everyone immersed in the Android and Google universe stop and listen.  This year it wasn’t about Google+, wasn’t about a new Nexus but it more so about Android’s new generation.  Android’s new direction.  Android L. Since the revolutionary update Ice Cream Sandwich in the Galaxy Nexus in November 2011, Android has only seen incremental upgrades.  While very necessary and most cases the updates to Jelly Bean and most recently Kit Kat have been much welcomed but we haven’t really seen any major changes since then.  Well, at Google I/O this year… that changed.  Android

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Business, Entertainment, Guides, Hardware

2014 Wearable Computing Gift Guide

There is little to dispute that 2014 will be the year of wearable computing. Smartphones are now fast enough to receive and process real time feeds of sensor data. Sensors are now low power enough to be easily worn or transported. And devices are small enough thanks to extremely small microcontrollers and high density on flash memory. There has been a lot of attention to Google glass, but the ecosystem of sensors has been neglected and it is extremely difficult to find information on which sensor will reach consumers first. Look no further, I have been reaching out to the most promising wearable computing projects

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Graphics, Guides, Hardware, Software Programs

Guide: How To Completely Uninstall AMD Graphics Drivers

Author’s Note: For more great content, check out Not Operator, we’ll have more great guides such as this one, along with reviews and analysis articles. Today we would like to address an issue that many users experience when switching between AMD drivers or switching away from AMD graphics. Unlike NVIDIA, AMD does not provide a clean installation option. These leftover AMD driver remnants can often cause issues when installing new drivers or trying to roll back to older ones. A method that is often recommended in various online forums is to use the program Driver Sweeper. However, the primary site which hosted Driver Sweeper, Guru3D,

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Graphics, Guides, Hardware

Guide: How to Easily Turn Your AMD Radeon 6950 into a 6970

Unless you really like spending extra money on graphics cards for the fun of it, you likely want to maximize the performance of your graphics card. Oftentimes, that is limited to overclocking functions since most cards in a graphics card series usually have different hardware specifications. However, that is not the case with AMD Radeon HD 6950 and 6970. The 6950 and 6970 are made using almost identical hardware, with the sole difference being the lower rated GDDR5 memory in the 6950. The software (BIOS) is what meaningfully separates the two cards. Unless you want to buy a pre-modded card, we found the best and

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Cloud Computing, Guides

How To Prevent Eavesdropping by Enabling Secure HTTPS Access to Facebook

As BSN reported yesterday, Facebook said it will enable a secure https connection to its website and today this handy new feature has become available to some users. The social networking giant will be gradually rolling it out to everyone in the coming weeks so don’t panic if you ain’t seeing it yet. Now, if you’re accessing the Facebook site from an unsecured wireless network at your home or work (many people do) or from an Internet cafe, your local library or other public place, you should really take advantage of the new feature that enables stronger security. What https access does is it encrypts every piece

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Entertainment, Guides, Software Programs

How to Read Kindle Books and Play Angry Birds on NOOKcolor

I criticized Amazon’s e-book ecosystem in the past over their walled garden approach that limits Kindle books only to devices officially supported by the Kindle software. At the time of this writing, this meant PC and Mac desktops, Apple’s iOS devices, in addition to Android, Windows Phone 7 and BlackBerry smartphones. So far so good, I hear you saying, but what about rival e-reading devices such as the Nook? Needles to say, Amazon has no plans to release a Nook version of the Kindle software, but that didn’t prevent enthusiasts to figure out a way to read Kindle books on Nook Color. Take Blog Kindle

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Entertainment, Guides, Software Programs

How to Read Kindle Books and Play Angry Birds on NOOKcolor

I criticized Amazon’s e-book ecosystem in the past over their walled garden approach that limits Kindle books only to devices officially supported by the Kindle software. At the time of this writing, this meant PC and Mac desktops, Apple’s iOS devices, in addition to Android, Windows Phone 7 and BlackBerry smartphones. So far so good, I hear you saying, but what about rival e-reading devices such as the Nook? Needles to say, Amazon has no plans to release a Nook version of the Kindle software, but that didn’t prevent enthusiasts to figure out a way to read Kindle books on Nook Color. Take Blog Kindle

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