U2 latest album is now available for free from iTunes

by Petros Antonakis Once again Apple made a huge impression when they announced that U2's latest album will be made available for free, to all iTunes users! According to the official announcement, U2's latest album, Songs of Innocence will be sold for free until the 18th of October through iTunes. It's surely a new approach from Apple (and […] 15 September 2014 at 10:56 pm

Microsoft sends invites for an upcoming event on the 30th of September

by Christine Kitsati Microsoft made an announcement today, regarding their San Francisco event, scheduled to take place on the 30th of September. That's why the company sent invitations with Joe Belfiore and Terry Myerson getting ready to talk to us about the future of Windows! Microsoft will have prepared a "Windows Technical Preview", of the new operating system just for the sake […] 15 September 2014 at 07:33 pm

This is the world's largest comics collection in the world

by Petros Antonakis Bob Bretall from California began collecting comics from the age of 8. His first comic was Amazing Spider-Man #88 (1970). Today he's 52 years old and owns the largest comics collection in the world - according to the Guiness World Records! Back in December 2012, Bretall send a suggestion to Guiness to check his collection hoping to be […] 15 September 2014 at 11:54 am

Project Wing. PackageTransfer via drones by Google! (Vid)

by Christine Kitsati Another project from Google X lab of the the American giant is revealed with the name "Project Wing". "The Atlantic" brings to the public the new "activity" of Google associated with drones and package transfer (something similar to Amazon's project). The idea, therefore, includes the use of non-manned aircraft, which will deliver packages. They will not land however […] 14 September 2014 at 09:29 am

The project that has managed to break the funding record of Pebble on Kickstarter!

by Christine Kitsati This is the project that has managed to break the funding record of Pebble on Kickstarter. This is Coolest, the most hi-tech refrigerator cooler you have ever seen. Its financing campaign has ended and managed to gather over 11 million dollars, when up to now the record of Pebble was 10.266 million dollars.   Coolest is the most advanced […] 13 September 2014 at 03:39 pm

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