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9 Year Old Boy is the New Microsoft Technical Specialist

Boys are increasingly early take technology into the blood, although some are way ahead of their peers. That is the case of a small American, who just passed the exam of Microsoft which requires its experts. Pranav Kalyan of nine years , managed to pass the tests and become Certified Technology Specialist of Microsoft, the youngest Microsoft technical specialist in the history [...]

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Shylock, A Virus that Spreads Through Skype and Attack on User’s Bank Details

A new version of Shylock virus is spreading across the Internet through Skype . A banking Trojan through chat, send links to your contacts application. So that users bite and plugin “msg.gsm” is installed on the computer and infects your computer. Among the new abilities of this virus, the first and most dangerous is that it is able to enter Skype skipping the [...]

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6 Hidden Features in Windows 8 that you Can Not Miss

Windows 8 will speak very much of your time to learn it and make you become a professional user, because in addition to the application works just like Windows 7, Windows 8 delivers many new shortcuts, Car options and tips built into the operating system.Here would be a few hidden features in Windows 8 that [...]

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The Slow Adoption of Windows 8

Through various sources of companies dedicated to data analysis determined that Microsoft is in serious trouble because adoption of Windows 8 is much slower than expected. To date, the market share of the new operating system does not exceed 2% and lies under Windows Vista , the version that has given more trouble to the Redmond company.

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Yuilop – Messaging App for Free Phone Calls and SMS?

Yuilop is a instant messaging app such as Whatsapp, Viber, Skype, chaton, and so on and so forth. But yuilop has something more that could literally beat the competition. Yuilop is a simple app for instant messaging to communicate for free with everyone. In fact, not only can send messages to other users of the same messaging service, as with Whatsapp, [...]

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Amiga in HTML5 and Javascript

The “Scripted Amiga Emulator” brings the Commodore computer into the browser. Some demos and games are also able to run in the browser already. Rupert Hausberger developed an Amiga emulator in HTML5 and Javascript to games and demos for the Amiga to play directly in the browser. However, this requires a fast computer and a modern browser, WebGL, and [...]

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The Best Operating System of 2012

We continue our look back at what has made the year 2012 and in our review could not miss the best operating system . This year in this category were indistinguishable for desktop systems and mobile. It has been a year of big news, both in regard to the world of mobile and desktop, so let the voting results [...]

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Windows 8: Hyper-V and XP Mode

To encourage a shift from Windows XP to Windows 7, Microsoft has developed a specific version of Virtual PC that allows you to activate Windows XP Mode which is  a virtualization solution with which you can run legacy applications in the new operating system. Users who have upgraded to Windows 8 Pro can take advantage of the current offer. The Redmond company has published [...]

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Sparkleshare 1.0 is Ready

The SparkleShare developers have released version 1.0 of its synchronization solution published . The software is available for Linux, Mac OS X and Windows.It offers the functionality which is similar to Dropbox but uses Git as a backend to store data for synchronized on the server. The version control system can be run on a dedicated server or on a Git [...]

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Facebook Mimics WhatsApp Messenger for Android Phone

The Facebook launched on Tuesday (4) an update to its Messenger for Android that allows the user to connect using only your name and phone number. With this news, the app starts working as a true free messaging service, similar to WhatsApp – which, according to rumors,may be purchased by Facebook itself .

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This Viral Video will Convince you to Use Internet Explorer

1.6 million people have seen images in just a few days after their publication. If you love Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox necessary to switch to Internet Explorer At least so say those who have seen this video on the Internet. On November 29, when it was published, until now, the video was watched by [...]

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The OpenCL 1.2 is Announced

The Kronos group which is responsible for development of OpenCL has announced version 1.2. Contrary to what its name suggests, it is undergoing profound changes:

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