The end of MSN Messenger, after 15 years of operation ...

by Petros Kypraios In a few weeks (particulary on 31 October), MSN Messenger will be put in the dustbin of computers history. Microsoft has already started from the first months of 2013, the phaseout process of MSN Messenger and the integration of all users to Skype. Although this change was made in the most parts of the world, in China MSN […] 13 September 2014 at 03:31 pm

First Android apps for Chrome OS are now available

by Dimitris Skiannis As teased at I/O 2014, Google has now released the first set of Android applications, which can be installed on Chrome OS devices.  These applications use Google’s App runtime for Chrome functionality to work on the Chrome OS. According to Google, the Android applications, which can now be grabbed from Chrome Webstore, include Evernote, Vine, […] 13 September 2014 at 02:45 pm

Would you post on your social media accounts for a free shave?

by Renata Ekine If someone put you the above question what answer would you give? And this is a real question! Man Made, a grooming company and Yes Sir, a male treatment company join forces and create the first social media hair cut studio in pop-up style! If you will be in London from 18/09 to 20/09 and […] 12 September 2014 at 03:42 pm

The new 12.9 inch iPad will be avaliable in 2015!

by Christine Kitsati Bloomberg confirms the development by Apple of a larger in dimension iPad model at 12.9 inches which will begin to be constructed at the beginning of the next year. There is no precise information on its launch date, but it seems that this will take place in 2015. A large iPad at 12.9 inches is closer in […] 11 September 2014 at 03:41 pm

Chrome 37 is now availiable

by Christine Kitsati The new version of Chrome for Windows, Mac and Linux has been released by Google, with changes in the Windows fonts and improvements in the password management program. The most important change for Windows users is the support of Microsoft DirectWrite, a text layout rendering API which we met for the first time in Windows Vista, but is used now. The result is a […] 11 September 2014 at 03:22 pm

HP adds two new Chromebook models to its portfolio

by Christine Kitsati HP has announced two new Chromebook models, which will be released in the US market next month i.e. October. Carrying the simple HP Chromebook branding, the devices will be known with the screen-sizes – 11-inch and 14-inch. Talking about the 11-inch HP Chromebook first, it is powered 4th-gen Intel Celeron N2830 processor and features 16GB […] 9 September 2014 at 04:05 pm

What's the perfect cheese for pizza? Science has the answer.

by Petros Kypraios Most people love pizza. Which is, however, the perfect pizza which can be prepared or to be more precise, which is the perfect cheese for the most enjoyable and great-looking pizza in the world? Science has officially the answer and, apparently, this is ... mozzarella. The study, found by NPR, examines different cheeses and their differences […] 9 September 2014 at 03:27 pm

Official Amazon app updated to v5, Prime Instant Video lands in Appstore

by Christine Kitsati Amazon has released a major update for its official Android app. The update is now live in Google Play and brings a number of improvements including Instant Video playback via Prime Instant Video app. The Prime Instant Video app is available exclusively on Amazon Appstore but you can download it directly from Amazon app. It […] 8 September 2014 at 03:48 pm

Homer Simpson accepts the Ice Bucket Challenge!

by Renata Ekine It is certain that your timeline would have floaded with videos with celebrities or non-celebrities who pour ice-water and ice cubes on them and/or donate money to a charity organization. Finally, they propose in return 3 people who have 24 hours to respond to the challenge. This is "The Ice Bucket Challenge". Homer, the well-known […] 8 September 2014 at 03:36 pm

The ridiculously easy way to view your Facebook messages on your smartphone, without having to install Messenger

by Christine Kitsati There are many people who have bothered by Facebook's decision to transfer messages exclusively in the mobile app of Messenger, without allowing users to view them on the basic application for smartphones. People's reactions were so extreme, so that many of them, in order not to install Messenger (which has not great reviews), they don't see […] 8 September 2014 at 03:21 pm