Category: PC’s

  • Beta Program for New MS Office Launches

    Beta Program for New MS Office Launches

    We recently reported on the new version of Office from Microsoft, which was leaked a couple of weeks ago. The program, currently identified as Office 2015 by tech enthusiasts, is allegedly going to arrive at some point towards the end of the year, and failing that, early 2015. SEE ALSO: Windows 10 Features Preview Microsoft […]

  • Apple Confirms Rumored October 16th Event

    Apple Confirms Rumored October 16th Event

    Remember the rumors that were circulating around an earlier event scheduled by Apple for the release of the long awaited iPad Air 2? Well, it looks like rumors have come through again, the event is go, according to Techcrunch, who were lucky enough to get hold of an invite themselves. Lucky people. Of course here […]

  • ‘Dragon Age Origins’ Free For a Limited Time

    ‘Dragon Age Origins’ Free For a Limited Time

    The folks at EA aren’t known for their charity, with Origin, EA’s game distribution service on PC, never quite being up to scratch with regards to deals as direct competitor service Steam. However, a recent initiative known as ‘on The House’ hopes to change that opinion. On The House has recently provided a free games […]

  • Free Game Creator ‘Project Spark’ Goes Live

    Free Game Creator ‘Project Spark’ Goes Live

    Back at E3 2014 we heard about Project Spark, a free to play game creation studio from Microsoft which lets gamers build and create their own games with simple tools. No coding experience is required, instead gamers can create their games using inbuilt customization and pre designed functions, making it accessible to everyone. SEE ALSO: […]

  • Windows 10 ‘Runs On Everything’ Says CEO

    Windows 10 ‘Runs On Everything’ Says CEO

    More cross platform compatibility news from Microsoft now, as Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has reinforced the ‘unified operating system’ strategy recently in an announcement to attendees at the Gartner Symposium ITxpo. First and foremost with regards to Windows 10, ‘it can run on everything’ according to Nadella. The main point the Microsoft wanted to highlight […]

  • Mac Users Under Attack By ‘Reddit’ Botnet

    Mac Users Under Attack By ‘Reddit’ Botnet

    Whilst Apple fans have always maintained Apple’s desktop computing platform has always been more virus secure than other computer brands, viruses for Mac still exist and are still out there. A recent revelation has uncovered a brand new treat to Macs that bizarrely uses Reddit to coordinate attacks on host machines. Security boffins from Dr. […]

  • USB Security Exploit Posted Online

    USB Security Exploit Posted Online

    Back in the Summer we reported a critical flaw in tech products which allowed hackers to disguise the device as critical computer components, such as network cards or a keyboard, in order to carry out commands to compromise security and install viruses on the host computer. SEE ALSO: BBC iPlayer Streaming Now Extended to 30 […]

  • iPad Air 2 May Be Revealed Mid October

    iPad Air 2 May Be Revealed Mid October

    Apple’s rumored iPad Air 2 event could very well turn out to be coming a lot earlier than previously thought. The event, which has yet to be announced in an official statement, was originally set to open it’s doors on the 21st of October. New information leaked to the source link at Re/Code has now […]

  • Wired Xbox One Controller For PC Out Now

    Wired Xbox One Controller For PC Out Now

    The Xbox 360 controller for Windows was a massive success, with gamers being able to utilise the professional control system in so many games, even ones not made by Microsoft. As well as games which the device was compatible with, software solutions such as Xpadder (get it here, it’s amazing) allowed users to program their own […]

  • Google and Dropbox Increasing Security

    Google and Dropbox Increasing Security

    You might have read our report on the increasing of security by Google on Android L, automatically encrypting user personal information and restricting access to pictures, emails and other personal correspondence without a password. In an additional initiative to prevent hacking by shady individuals as well as the intrusion into user data by government agencies, […]

  • Windows 9 Event Coming September 30th

    Windows 9 Event Coming September 30th

    Microsoft is set to hold an event close to the end of the month on September 30th in San Francisco, which is expected by both industry insiders and tech outlets alike to be the unveiling of Threshold, the preview version of Windows 9, Microsoft’s first fully unified Windows operating system. According to the buzz, Threshold […]