Google May Merge Chrome OS and Android

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Google is reportedly to “fold” Chrome OS into the Android system and drop the distinction between mobile devices and full-blown computers. The Wall Street Journal quoted “people familiar with the matter” as saying work to merge the two systems has been underway for two years, a demo version is expected next year, and a finished […]

Free eGuide: 7 Tips for Customizing the Windows 10 Taskbar

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A free guide from our friends over at MakeUseOf that will teach you 7 great tips to help you customize the Windows 10 taskbar! The taskbar is a staple feature of Microsoft’s operating system and it’s no different with Windows 10. It’s been given a lick of paint and new features like Cortana have been […]

PC Gamer’s Desktop Circa 2001

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If you were a PC gamer around 2001, this IS what your desktop looked like (or something very similar). Hard not to look at it and pine for the good old days for a minute. Then we remember the gold old days weren’t all that good and we snap back to reality. Still nice to […]

FREE eBook: The Linux Utilities Cookbook (a $26.99 value)

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Update: The offer will expire soon, so be sure to take advantage of it while it lasts! Just a quick deal for you geeks. This deal will only be good for a limited time: The Linux Utilities Cookbook, usually priced at $26.99, is now free for a limited time. Over 70 recipes to help you […]

The Biggest Changes in Windows 10 For Gamers

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I, myself, just put Windows 10 on my computer last night, and so far, pretty happy. But have no way of knowing what it can do yet, as all I have done is woken up and gone to work (here). But I have been quite curious to see what this OS would do to my […]

How to Activate “God Mode” in Windows 10

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The feature first appeared in Windows 7, but in case you were not aware of it, “God Mode,” which is a hidden menu allowing you to access all available configuration parameters in one simple location, is still available in Windows 10. The only thing your need to do to activate “God Mode” is to create […]

Amazon Deal of the Day: O’Reilly’s Learning Series Sale (Up to 40% Off and More!)

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For today’s edition of Deal of the Day, Amazon offers up to 40% off (and even more!) on featured learning series titles from O’Reilly. Learn all about some of the most popular programming languages and more (Perl, Python, Bash Shell, VI, etc…) at ridiculously low prices! [O’Reilly’s Learning Series Sale (Up to 40% Off and […]

Windows 10: Don’t Ignore Wi-Fi Sense

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Windows 10 has a potentially useful tool for sharing your home Wi-Fi with friends. However, it’s well worth taking a closer look and thinking about whether you want to use it. The feature, known as Wi-Fi Sense, has been brought over from Windows Phone. It’s designed to overcome the minor hassles that come with giving […]

The 10 Best New Games at E3 2015

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Last Guardian. Last Guardian. Last Guardian. Last Guardian. Last Guardian. Last Guardian. Last Guardian. Last Guardian. Last Guardian. And Last Guardian. As you will see, the above list is a great deal more open-minded and actually picked ten DIFFERENT games from E3 2015 to make you drool. I won’t say someone “won”, but I will […]

Hackerman From ‘Kung Fury’ Releases Tutorial On How To Hack Time

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If you saw the wonderful, brilliant, hilarious movie we posted last week, Kung Fury, then you certainly remember the character of Hackerman. His computer skills were all but unrivaled, and without him on the team, they would not have been able to achieve the time traveling which was an essential element to their journey. But […]

50 Greatest PC Gaming Setups of All Time

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Some people have a nice PC. a good rig set up to run fast and deliver optimum performance for the buck. Then there are the real PC freaks who go out of their way to build the best gaming rigs and leave every other PC gamer in their wake. If you ever been in the […]

M^3: The World’s Smallest Computer

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We finally have it, people. A computer so small it is comparative in size to a grain of rice. But do not let the size of the M^3 (real name: Michigan Micro Mote) fool you. It is completely capable of taking pictures and reading temps,  among other things. It was created by the folks over […]