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Five to Try: Opera VPN secures your web browsing, and Riptide GP: Renegade revs up

We’re nearing the end of summer, and whether you plan on enjoying the warm weather outside or curling up on the couch this weekend, you should make sure you’ve got some cool new apps and games on your phone. This week’s Five to Try column is headed up by Opera VPN, a free service that lets you get around regional ... Read More »

The Joy of Real money games on your Smart TV

The Joy of Real money games on your Smart TV is incomparable for a lot of people. People go to the Red Flush casino for the sort of rush that is going to be difficult to get in any other circumstance. They’ll be able to enjoy the feeling of having money on the line and being able to try to ... Read More »

Your brain on Google Glass

The fNIR sensor, which is placed around the forehead like a headband, uses LEDs that shine near-infrared light to sample from 16 brain areas. Researchers use the technology to monitor oxygenation in the brain while the subject performs cognitive tasks. Credit: Drexel University “Smart” eyewear — that can integrate augmented reality with your own, feed you live information about your ... Read More »

10 must-have Android apps to make your Chromebook more useful

1 of 11 Thumbnails MORE See larger image Credit: Ryan Whitwam The right apps make your Chromebook indespensible Ever since Google introduced Chrome OS on the CR-48 prototype laptop back in 2011, Chromebooks have relied on web apps and simple Chrome extensions to get things done. Now, Chromebooks are getting access to the Play Store with heaps of Android apps. ... Read More »

Leak suggests Meizu M1E will let you control your car remotely

Meizu’s upcoming M1E smartphone – which will likely carry the Blue Charm E moniker in the company’s home country of China – will allow users to control their car remotely, according to a new leak. The leak suggests that M1E users will be able to unlock their car doors, control air-conditioning, as well as heat up seats using the phone. ... Read More »

Microsoft’s giving you just 10 days now, not 31, to change your mind about Windows 10

Microsoft has hidden a new downgrade policy within the Windows 10 Anniversary Update: Once you’ve installed it, you’ll only have 10 days to downgrade to an earlier version or build, rather than the 31 days provided before. Historically, Microsoft had given users a full month to roll back any updates, including upgrades to Windows 10. Supersite for Windows reported this week, ... Read More »

Surface Book Toast Wood cover review: Protect your laptop in style

. Only two kinds of electronic devices exist in this world: the kind that have been scratched and the kind that are gonna get scratched. A scratch or nick on your budget laptop may not bug you, but on your pristine $1,900 brushed-aluminum Microsoft Surface Book… that hurts. Enter Toast’s custom wood covers. Long available for most models of Apple laptops, ... Read More »

BITSAT 2016 iteration 4 results declared: Check your scores at bitsadmission.com

The result of BITSAT (Birla Institute of Technology and Science Admission Test) iteration IV has been announced by BITS Pilani. All those candidates who had appeared for the same, may check their respective scores at www.bitsadmission.com . The results of V iteration for admission to integrated first degree programmes will be announced on August 9, 2016 by 5 pm. Cut-offs ... Read More »

If Microsoft can’t install Windows 10 on your PC, it’ll give you a new one

As July 29 gets closer and the free Windows 10 upgrade offer reaches its final days, Microsoft is pulling out all the stops in order to convince users to upgrade. It’s even willing to give you a new laptop. As spotted by Neowin, Microsoft retail stores are offering to install Windows 10 on any compatible machine for free. If the ... Read More »

4 tools that will make your sloppy emails seem smart

It’s expected that we take care with most business writing, but we tend to fire off emails from the hip. Look no further than your own inbox for proof. It’s likely rife with rambling dispatches, egregious spelling errors, typos, and inappropriate emoticons. Subjecting a friend to these bad habits is one thing; making a bad impression on your boss or ... Read More »