Month: June 2015

  • Setting up an Account for Yahoo Mail iOS 8

    Marking the eighth major release to the operating system developed by Apple Inc., the iOS 8 is Apple’s biggest iOS release till date, as claimed by the owners. The iOS 8 operating system is supported by iPhone, iPad and iPod devices, all manufactured by Apple Inc. With a bold revamped interface, the iOS delivers excellent…

  • Google’s Gmail “Undo Send” is now official

    I never knew it was still in the beta stage, my friend has configured the Gmail “Undo Send” for me over 3 years. Checking the Google news earlier today, I saw 599 sources including big tech media have already written that the Google “Undo Send” feature has gone official. The feature will apply to all…

  • Google Play Music launches free version ahead of Apple

    Google releases the free version of its Google Play music streaming service just a week to rival $9.99 per month Apple Music debut. The free version of Google Play music streaming service, launched on Tuesday, has been around for two years offering subscription at $9.99 per month. The free flagship is released on the web…

  • Venus, Jupiter on an alluring “collision” course

    Jupiter and Venus have been moving closer lately, almost all month, and forecast says it might be the trending topic for stargazers this weekend. According to NASA discovery which was made public today, Jupiter and Venus have been drifting towards each other in the sky all month. And they will appear together on Friday and Saturday after dusk…

  • New Technology for iPlayer App; you may start changing TV Channels with your Brain instead of Using a Remote

    BBC and The Place are working on a new BBC iPlayer technology; this technology will allow you to Navigate TV Channels with your mind BBC has teamed up with a user experience company “The Place,” to create an application that works like a Mind-control TV remote. According to a blog post, the system uses an…

  • Why Cell Phone Spying Software Is a Reparation to Parenting Errors

    We must agree that as parents, we have many flaws. We subjugate our personal lives at the altar of a better standard of living. But the question is, have we been able to blend a perfect balance between different aspects of our lives. Like when was the last time, you got out with your kids…

  • 8 Secret Skype Features That Would Blow Your Mind

    Skype is an essential tool for any computer user. It saves a lot of your money on international calls and text messaging. Unlike the Facetime which is popular just among iOS and Mac users, Skype can be used on any smartphone (iPad, iPhone and others) or PC. Moreover, it offers plenty of essential calling and IM features. If you also…

  • Colocation rocks, here are things you should know about it

    A quality colocation facility is equipped with specific features designed for housing servers and related IT equipment. A business purchases its own IT equipment, and then installs it in a colocation facility. Once the equipment is installed, the business then relies on the colocation provider to provide general items like power, cooling and Internet connection.…

  • US Data Hack; Sex, Lies and Debt scandals potentially Exposed

    Filling up a US clearance application, a 51-year-old military man disclosed his 20 years affair with the wife of his former college roommate, this information is supposed to be classified and remain secret between him and the government. Washington was shaken up last week when information released that hackers had penetrated a database containing intimate…

  • Facebook wants you to see what’s trending in 5 topics

    Facebook continues its organizing experiment by adding Trending area on its homepage which user can view by different topics. The experiment has started since April. As at now, the social media giant has five view-able topics that users can switch between — All News, Science and Technology, Sports, Entertainment, and Politics. Presently, the social network has…