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Megan Bailey

Megan Bailey is a true journalist, but it wasn’t easy for her to find her true calling. She worked in a PC service all throughout her college and not she is using her hardware and software skills to write technology articles. The thing she loves most about her job is being able to keep tech lovers up to date with the recent trends.

Winter Is Coming And GoPro Hero 4 Meets It Head-On With This App

Winter is Coming and GoPro Hero 4 Meets it Head-On with This App

Winter is coming and GoPro Hero 4 meets it head-on with this app that pairs the camera with the Oakley Airwave snow goggles. The Starks aren’t the only ones happy that the freezing cold will soon be knocking on our door. Snowboarding and skiing fans have been waiting for this season all year long. In this day and age, filled with ...

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The Pirate Bay Torrent Site Will Still Function in Sweden

"no time to explain pirate"

After the proposition to block ISP access to the site because of copyright infringement problems, a court ruling has decided that the Pirate Bay torrent site will still function in Sweden. The suit towards Pirate Bay was filed by multimedia corporations such as Universal and Sony, but the court did not approve its ruling, allowing users visit the site without ...

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LG Display Plans On Focusing On OLED Displays


Due to the increased interest that these types of flexible displays are gaining in the electronic market, LG Display plans on focusing on OLED displays, preparing to build an OLED plant with an initial investment of 1.6 billion dollars. The factory will be built in Korea, where the LG company is based. The plant will likely start producing OLED displays ...

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Instagram Account Switching Will Be Released in the Next Months

A function that many customers have hoped for a long time, the assistance for Instagram account switching will be released in the next months, allowing to move between several profiles within the application, according to the new reviews released this week. The associate experts in Instagram’s formal try out evaluation team for Android OS have identified this useful choice in Instagram’s configurations ...

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The New Huawei Mate 8 Is Truly a Premium Phablet

According to the famous Chinese company, the new Huawei Mate 8 is truly a premium phablet and this high-end device will represent the second new gadget, besides Google’s most recent Nexus pair of mobile phones, to be delivered with the latest version of Android, Marshmallow 6.0. The producer took the veils off its Mate 8 in China earlier this week, where the massive ...

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Cybernetic Attack on VTech’s Learning Lodge


Bad news for all parents and kids using VTech’s Learning Lodge app, as the company’s website has been hacked and all the data there collected by the cyber attackers. Read on to find out more about the cybernetic attack on VTech’s Learning Lodge. Learning Lodge, a website meant for parents and children alike, is a platform designed to help the ...

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Microsoft Announces Cortana to Be Released for iOS Testers


  As the launch date for the app approaches and more and more users are excited to play with her, Microsoft announces Cortana to be released for iOS testers. After releasing a beta version of Master Chief’s heroic companion for Android users last August, Microsoft decided to also launch a beta version for iOS users to test. After releasing a ...

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Polytron Launches Fez Limited Edition


Have you always liked indie games? Have you always liked indie games but felt there was something missing? Something like, I don’t know, a physical copy of the game? Well, fans of the 2013 popular indie title can rejoice, as Polytron launches Fez Limited Edition. Launched in 2013, the game became an instant classic, due to its innovative mechanics, brilliantly ...

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Mozilla Doesn’t Need Google Anymore


Mozilla has been struggling for quite some time to keep its spot as second most used browser, even though its closest competitor remains, somehow unexplained, Internet Explorer. However, in a recent interview, a spokesman for the company claimed that Mozilla doesn’t need Google anymore. For years, Chrome has been the number one most used internet browser, with over 50% of ...

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