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How Microsoft Launched Windows 1.0 With This Crazy Advertisement 30 Years Ago

30 years ago today, Microsoft started writing a new chapter in the computing world with its first version of Windows. On November 20th, 1985, Windows 1.0 was launched as a successor to MS-DOS. This new OS laid the foundation of many Windows features like scroll-bars, icons, dialog boxes, drop-down menus – and apps like MS paint and Notepad. It wasn’t …

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The secret and hidden new iPhone features

iOS 9 has just been released. Many ofthe big features have already been announced — but there are little, similarly useful ones hiding out in theoperating system too. Unlike Google’s similar tools, the app doesn’t decide what’s a selfie or a screenshot by actually looking at the pictures. Instead, it just sees how the images were taken, putting ones from …

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As iPhone 6S launches, new Apple TV, iPad Pro steal the show

New versions of its streaming television box and a beefed-up tablet may be just the shot in the arm that Apple needs. It was supposed to be all about the iPhone 6S . For the last three years, Apple has shown off a variety of tricks and “magical” announcements such as its Siri voice assistant or a fingerprint sensor. One …

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The change that will help people with an iPhone and an Android watch

iPhones can now be paired with Android Wear watches, letting watches powered by Google’s operating system for wearables finally take on the Apple Watch. Until now, Android Wear watches could only be used with Android phones, and the only major smartwatch operating system available on the iPhone was the Apple Watch. But Google has managed to bridge that gap, letting …

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10 Apps You Probably Didn’t Know Can Earn You Extra Money

You probably already know that there are apps you can use not only for entertainment, but for earning extra money or saving some. But, you may not know about these apps, which are some of our favorites. Check out these 10 killer apps you can use to save or make extra money in your spare time. 1. Foap Download links: Android | …

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Windows 10 has a way of helping parents spy on children and it’s terrifying

Surprise! Microsoft jumps to Windows 10

Windows 10 sends a weekly “activity update” on childrens’ internet browsing and computer history to parents, by default and without telling anyone. The feature could be dangerous as well as embarrassing, users have pointed out, allowing parents to watch everything their children do on the computer. The operating system sends a weekly note that includes a list of websites children …

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Apple recalls iPhone 6 Plus batch for taking blurry photos

Apple is recalling a batch of iPhone 6 Plus smartphones that are taking blurry photos. The company’s website says the recall applies mostly to phones sold between September 2014, when they were released for sale, and January 2015. Apple ( , Tech30 ) said these phones may have a defective component in the camera and will take fuzzy pictures. The …

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Lmao!! Robots now Serving Foods in Hotels – See Photos

Despite the constant modern fear that robots are eventually going to take all of our jobs , a study by financial services company Deloitte has found that technology has created more jobs in the past century, not less. The authors, Ian Stewart, Debapratim De and Alex Cole, pored over census data for England and Wales stretching back to 1871. They …

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Samsung unveils biggest hard drive ever made – See Photo

Samsung has unveiled the biggest hard drive ever made, packing 16TB of storage into a standard sized hard drive. The company has managed to fit such a huge amount of memory in such a small box using a range of special new technologies, it said when it launched the drive at California’s Flash Memory Summit. It is packed with a …

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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ hands-on review

Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S6 Edge+ at its Unpacked event in London today, claiming that the device’s 5.7-inch dual-edged display will help it stay “ahead of the curve” in the smartphone market. But how does the new flagship shape up? The Galaxy S6 Edge+ is the latest addition to the Galaxy S6 family, which already includes the 5.1-inch S6 and …

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Android phones from Google, Samsung and LG to get monthly security updates

Google, LG and Samsung phones are to start receiving monthly security updates, hopefully putting an end to the long times that their owners have to wait to have vulnerabilities patched up. When security problems are made public, phone companies are often criticised for being too slow in patching them up — leaving them vulnerable to use by hackers. But the …

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