• Windows Store recommendations could one day reflect your usage patterns

    Yesterday was the day Microsoft made Windows 8.1 available as a public download; today's the day we ask 'what's next?' Here at the company's annual Build developer conference, we sat ...

  • Leeds turning telephone boxes into free WiFi kiosks, crowdsource your memories for posterity

    Public WiFi projects don't normally involve antique restoration and historical crowd sourcing, but that's exactly what's going on in Leeds. Local telecoms company aql is renovating Giles Gilbert Scott's iconic ...

  • The BlackBerry of BlackBerry Users’ Dreams

    Spotting a BlackBerry among the sea of iPhones and Android phones out there is now a rare occurrence. Those who remain faithful to these once-iconic gadgets do so for good ...

  • Chrome OS dev channel gains Quickoffice powers, lets users edit native Excel and Word files

    Chrome OS hardware continues to proliferate, and on the software front, Google continues to add features to the platform in the hopes of persuading more folks to exit the traditional ...

  • Acer Aspire R7’s Bold Design Backfires

    If you’ve gone laptop shopping lately, you might have noticed that the designs are getting a lot more interesting. There are notebooks that twist, flip, slide and detach. And just ...

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