Author: Ahlin

Xbox Music set to arrive this month

Microsoft fans may not wait long for the coming of the company’s Xbox Music, as reports say that the latter will be launched this month. According to the Verge, a number of sources that have close ties with the company said that the launch of their new music streaming service will be this October 26. The launch of Xbox Music will coincide with the launch of the company’s Surface tablet and Windows 8 operating system. The company’s streaming service was first revealed during the E3 conference a few months ago. The service is rumored to offer music download and...

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Can the HTC One X+ unseat the Galaxy S III and iPhone 5?

Not wanting to be left behind, HTC has unveiled their latest smartphone, the HTC One X+. The HTC One X+ boasts of LTE capabilities and a faster quad core processor. This new device is similar to that of its predecessor, the HTC One X except for a number of upgrades. For one, the One X+ will have longer battery life as it has a 2,100mAh battery against the 1,800mAh battery of the One X. This comes in handy as this new smartphone supports LTE technology which is hard on a device’s battery. It also comes with the Android 4.1...

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iPad is popular among American adults

The popularity of the tablet is sky rocketing and 25% of American adults have embraced the technology. According to the study by the Pew Internet & American Life Project, the growth in tablet ownership has tremendously increased over the past year. 52% of them own an iPad while 48% own an Android based device. The 52% market share of Apple’s iPad fell down from the previous year when it had 80% of the share. Android on the other hand continues to chomp down on the latter’s lead as the 15% market share of the previous year rose to 48%....

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Police raid hosting company, takes down number of file sharing sites

Don’t be surprised if you might have tried to access torrent sites such as torrenthound.com, tankafetast.ne, linkomajija.net and other sites that stream live sports events but couldn’t. These sites and two private BitTorrent sites went offline yesterday when Swedish police raided a hosting company in the country taking down multiple servers and shutting down a number of file sharing sites, including the aforementioned. PRQ, a Swedish hosting company, was raided yesterday. It was founded by two Swedish who also founded The Pirate Bay. The hosting site was also raided last 2006 that resulted into shutting The Pirate Bay down...

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Americans can now bump other posts on Facebook with Promote feature

Want to be the most popular individual in your Facebook friends’ news feeds? Want to let them know what you did overseas? Well, to address your innate desire to be seen and be popular, social media giant Facebook announced that users in the US can now promote their posts to friends. You read that right! You can now force your posts to be seen by your friends. But there’s a catch. You will have to pay a certain amount for you to be able to do this. This feature is available in other countries for quite some time already....

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