Zevera, Multi hosting solution or blatant rip-off?

Zevera, Multi hosting solution or blatant rip-off?

Zevera, take the money, and offer NO Support! I am not one to PUBLICLY post negative feedback about a company I have only dealt with for 4 days but this company is so obviously milking its users and offering NO support whatsoever, I feel I must warn others to avoid them. I signed up as my usual MultiHost company was having issues and my subscription only had a few days left anyway. Zevera ticked a... Read More »

Are you excited about Chromecast?

Have you heard of Googles new Chromecast? If not, where have you been? This superb little dongle will transform your life 🙂 In a nutshell, before you read the rest of the page, Chromecast allows you to send any content on your Android phone, iPhone, Ipad, tablet, PC, laptop etc directly to your TV 🙂 The MASSIVE benefits over Apples TV are that Chromecast uses the Android operating system, the hack... Read More »

Game Logic

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Ouya’s $99 videogame console challenges Xbox & PlayStation

By Malathi Nayak SAN FRANCISCO | Fri Jun 21, 2013 6:40pm EDT (Reuters) – Ouya’s $99 Android videogame console goes on sale on Tuesday, the latest attempt by a growing crop of niche hardware makers to chip away at a market dominated by Sony Corp, Microsoft Corp and Nintendo Co Ltd. Ouya hopes its cheaper cube-shaped console will prevail over the long-established gaming triumvirate’... Read More »

Microsoft kick themselves in the nuts AGAIN!

Microsoft kick themselves in the nuts AGAIN!

As an avid gamer, I have played on Microsoft consoles since the launch of XBOX in 2001 – I switched to the 360 on the day of release – I have Kinect and all the usual addons and extras you buy on the way 🙂 However, after all the press about the new XBOX ONE, I will NOT be moving on with Microsoft. I for one will NOT be told where and when I play my games. Today there is even more news ... Read More »

How to Fight Root Kits (The Kaspersky Way)

Security professionals and enthusiasts are aware of rootkits, but general audiences typically don’t know about this kind of malware, which is specifically designed to hide itself and its activity in an infected system. This threat is well worth public awareness as there’s a high chance of you possibly meeting this malware in the future. Cybercriminals are constantly developing new methods to steal... Read More »

S-OFF on your HTC Phone

Moonshine S-OFF Moonshine is a tool to give you S-OFF on your phone, and install a custom hboot which will give you most of the advantages of an engineering hboot. The custom hboot will allow you to individually flash or erase any partition on your phone. What moonshine can do for you S-OFF Your HTC device if it is a supported model and firmware Unlock your bootloader (devices that are blocked by ... Read More »

XBOX ONE vs PS4

Just a quick look at the 2 systems: Games Sony’s presentation certainly trumped that of Microsoft in this area. We really don’t know too much about what launch titles will be on the Xbox One, whereas Sony dedicated pretty much all of their presentation to forthcoming PS4 titles. Thus, Sony have definitely whetted appetites more in this area, but many of the biggest titles will be on bo... Read More »

APP GRATIS

Do you like free apps? App Gratis gives you a free App or Game every single day plus large discounts off other stuff. It is available on iPhone, Android  and iPad. Visit the site for further info: http://appgratis.com/gb/android Todays deal on Android is an awesome app for predicting Sun and Moon positions, perfect for my photography 🙂 Once every 11 years or so the sun will change things up with a... Read More »

Xbox One (Microsoft) restricts disc re-sales

Gamers using Xbox One will find new, and more restrictive, rules regarding selling used games when the console debuts later this year. Microsoft will let game publishers set the rules for reselling games to retailers. “We designed XBOX ONE so game publishers can enable you to trade in your games at participating retailers,” the company posted on the Xbox news Web site. “Microsoft... Read More »

NSA has backdoor access to Internet companies databases

Apple, Microsoft, Yahoo, Facebook and other large tech companies let the National Security Agency search through confidential customer data, according to the Washington Post. A top-secret surveillance program gives the National Security Agency surreptitious access to customer information held by Microsoft, Yahoo, Apple, Google, Facebook, and other Internet companies, according to a pair of new rep... Read More »

New XBOX ONE in 360

Have a look at the new XBOX one in a 360 environment 🙂 Read More »

Windows 8 – 12 key changes we can look forward to in the 8.1

Miss the Start button in Windows8? Want more control over the sizes of your tiles in the Start screen? Looks like you’re going to love the Windows 8.1 free update that’s coming later on this year. 1. Lock screen slideshow “As people started using Windows 8, we found that people were using their Lock screens to show pictures of their families,” Leblond says. So in Windows 8.... Read More »

Is Facebook advertising worth the cost?

I have been reading up about how Facebook Advertising works for SMALL businesses like mine and that of my customers – Although I know Facebook is a great tool for business, is it actually worth PAYING to promote your page, to get likes and push your posts on to the people who LIKE the page? Well, basically the answer I have concluded is NO! It is a total waste of money. So keep you money and... Read More »

Microsoft Working On a Set-Top Box

Microsoft Working On $99 Set-Top Box Microsoft is preparing a set-top box along the lines of Apple TV, Roku, and WD Live. The new rumour claims that Xbox Live customers will be able to sign into their accounts on the box and then use apps and view streaming videos. Essentially the streaming content box would bring the non-gaming aspects of the Xbox 360 game console to a users TV with relatively ch... Read More »

Easy Finder Is An Android Anti-Theft App With Remote Contacts Backup

Hop on to Google Play Store and you will find plenty of security apps designed to track your smartphone. Fresh out of the oven in this genre is NQ Mobile Easy Finder. While still being in beta, this Android app does a marvelous job of tracking your device if gets lost or stolen. The app can track your device, wipe any data stored on it, remotely snap a photo from its camera and email it to you, an... Read More »

Problems with HTC Sync on Windows 7 & Windows 8?

There are lots of people having issues with the HTC app to sync the phone with Outlook etc, the new installer has many bugs :/ Here is a quick work around: Install HTC Sync, but when it pops-up and says the HTC Driver Installer failed, do not press OK or Cancel, but instead use Windows Explorer to search your User or TEMP directory (usually under \Users\or C:\Users\yourname\AppData\Local\Temp) for... Read More »

Microsoft integrates Skype into Outlook.com

If you used Messenger, you have probably Migrated to Skype by now. Well there is some great news regarding Skype and Outlook Its still early days yet, but it looks like Outlook will have Skype integrated into it via a small plug-in 🙂 Read More »

LG to start selling curved OLED TVs in South Korea

      LG Electronics says it will begin deliveries of curved OLED television sets next month, making it the first to offer such a product to the public. The use of organic light-emitting diodes allows screens to be made thinner and more flexible than before. Read More »

You cannot believe all you read on the tinterweb!

I made this today, hope you like it 🙂   Read More »

BetterDesktopTool Brings OS X Expose & Spaces-Like Features To Windows

Formerly known as Expose, Mission Control is one of Mac’s most talked about features. It gives a productivity boost to your everyday computer tasks by giving you a bird’s eye view of open windows, letting you easily locate the one you want to access. This feature has been absent from Windows since ever, and chances are that it may not likely make its way to Microsoft’s OS in the near future either... Read More »

Air Droid 2

AirDroid 2 Adds Remote Connection Over Web & Anti-Theft Features In AirDroid, Android users have arguably the best and most feature-packed solution to wirelessly access, manage and control almost all aspects of their smartphones and tablets from a web browser. A few days back, the developers announced an invite-only beta of the latest version of AirDroid, which is now openly available to anyon... Read More »

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