Category: PC’s

  • Apple Unveils New, Thinner Macbook

    Apple Unveils New, Thinner Macbook

    It’s not been hyped as much as the revelation that the Apple Watch is arriving on April 24th, but Apple also announced a brand new, ludicrously thin and light version of the Macbook at their recent spring press conference. the device is probably the thinnest laptop ever produced by the company, if not ever in […]

  • GTA V Heists – New Multiplayer Modes Announced

    GTA V Heists – New Multiplayer Modes Announced

    Heists are coming to GTA 5 Online most of you will be aware of that by this point, they are expected to release on March 10. Great for all you console owners, I will wait patiently though because GTA 5 itself isn’t coming to PC until April 14. Anyway that’s not what this is about. […]

  • How to: A Guide to Building Your Own PC

    How to: A Guide to Building Your Own PC

    There are many benefits to building your own PC; aswell as the satisfaction of having done it yourself, you can tailor the PC to your needs and save yourself a few pennies in the process. That’s all well and good until it goes wrong and you have no idea why, (as with my first build) […]

  • Apple Ups Security On FaceTime, iMessage

    Apple Ups Security On FaceTime, iMessage

    Apple is reportedly upping security on FaceTime and iMessage, in the wake of some concerning hacking which affected celebrities, in an event known to some as ‘Celebgate’. Several celebrities had some very compromising images leaked from their iCloud accounts onto the wider internet. In order to bring security up to scratch on their services, Apple […]

  • Camera Flashes Cause Raspberry Pi 2 Glitch

    Camera Flashes Cause Raspberry Pi 2 Glitch

    As far as glitches go, this latest glitch discovered for the Raspberry Pi 2 microcomputer is one of the strangest we’ve seen yet, but there is a very interesting explanation behind the problem. Apparently when a xenon camera flash is set off near the Raspberry Pi 2 the computer shuts down without warning. What causes […]

  • Microsoft Offering 100GB of OneDrive Free – In exchange for a small request

    Microsoft Offering 100GB of OneDrive Free – In exchange for a small request

    Microsoft has launched a new promotion, they did it on the quiet and don’t seem too bothered about telling anyone, so I will. You can now get 100GB of OneDrive cloud storage for two years, and there’s only a tiny catch. You have to sign up for the Bing Rewards program, something most of us […]

  • Office 16 Beta Begins, Windows 10 Dated

    Office 16 Beta Begins, Windows 10 Dated

    Microsoft’s 2015 lineup of software is now fully available in preview form for users wanting to get that complete Windows 10 and Office 2016 experience before full versions of both products arrive later in the year, and speaking of those releases Microsoft has also dated Windows 10’s final complete release for some point in June. […]

  • Cortana May Be Coming to Microsoft Office – Like a New Hopefully Helpful Version of Clippy

    Cortana May Be Coming to Microsoft Office – Like a New Hopefully Helpful Version of Clippy

    Cortana, for those unaware, is microsofts “Personal Assistant” for your windows phone and Windows 10 devices. Like Apples Siri, Cortana is a voice activated PA, her uses are many and hopefully she will soon be there to help you with all you word, excel and PowerPoint needs too. Microsoft used to have a built in […]

  • ControlAir Uses Gestures To Control Macs

    ControlAir Uses Gestures To Control Macs

    A new app for Mac is out now, known as ControlAir, which lets your Mac detect your face and fingers in order to control the device. Gestures with specific hand and face positioning can be used to control music apps as well as change the overall volume of music. Whilst the feature does look a […]

  • Sony Online Entertainment Goes Private

    Sony Online Entertainment Goes Private

    Former Sony property Sony Online Entertainment, a game studio responsible for a multitude of earlier game titles, has been sold off by the company and has now re-emerged as a private studio named Daybreak Game Company, according to a press release from the company through Reddit. The studio was sold off by Sony after seeing […]

  • Google Earth Pro Now Free

    Google Earth Pro Now Free

    The standalone Google Earth program is impressive – it’s a lot better than the Google Maps satellite view, and is capable of rendering cities and buildings in three dimensions for unprecedented access to places you’ve never ever been before. The experience is special, to put bluntly, and is really worth checking out for yourself. Whilst the […]

  • Raspberry Pi 2 Unleashed Unexpectedly Upon Us

    Raspberry Pi 2 Unleashed Unexpectedly Upon Us

    Raspberry Pi fans were not expecting the successor to the popular Raspberry Pi until around 2017, but in a shock announcement, it turns out that  Raspberry Pi 2 will go on sale today (2nd Feb 2015). For a measly $35 (or £23.25) you can purchase the new and improved bigger brother to the original Pi, […]