Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac in Stores

July 14, 2015 – 8:51 am | by Steve Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac in Stores

It has only been five years since Office 2011 for Mac was launched and here we are yet again with another free, time-limited preview of the Office 2016. Over the years, the popularity of Microsoft Office has grown to become the world’s most widely used office suite. The recently released preview of the office suite is available for download and offers you all the features you need in an office suite including:

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The Eagerly Anticipated iOS 9 To Be Released In September

July 11, 2015 – 7:49 am | by Steve The Eagerly Anticipated iOS 9 To Be Released In September

According to Apple, the iOS 9 guarantees you a better experience with each of your touches. As a user the OS is set to provide you with full enhancements that you’ll come to appreciate on a daily basis. Just like the other versions, the iOS 9 does not disappoint a bit with upgrades on Siri, Maps and multitasking abilities on your device. As we speak, the iOS 9

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No More Sexy Snaps and Swearing! Sin Free Facebook Is Officially Launched

July 8, 2015 – 8:44 am | by Steve No More Sexy Snaps and Swearing! Sin Free Facebook Is Officially Launched

Have you heard about FaceGloria? Perhaps you have or you are yet to. FaceGloria is the latest buzzword among the different social media platforms. The social media platform just as the name suggests is supposed to be the sin-free alternative to Facebook was recently launched in Brazil by Evangelical Christians. Without a doubt, FaceGloria is arguably a clean version of the most popular Facebook. The platform advocates for the adherence to the ethical conduct with the forbidding of erotic

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How to Use Your Facebook Messenger without a Facebook Account

July 3, 2015 – 9:52 am | by Steve How to Use Your Facebook Messenger without a Facebook Account

When the Facebook Messenger app was unveiled to the users, it was received with mixed reactions because a lot of people thought that the app was unnecessary while some embraced the changed. If you were one of those who were sceptical about the app, perhaps the recent developments by the most popular social media channel will change your perception about the app. Facebook announced that the Messenger was now available for use by anyone. It does not matter whether you have a Facebook account or not. By so doing, the platform made the app more useful to users.

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Facebook Latest Tool Allows You toAdd Rainbow to Your Profile Photo

July 1, 2015 – 7:46 am | by Steve Facebook Latest Tool Allows You toAdd Rainbow to Your Profile Photo

As a way of celebrating the ruling made by the U.S. Supreme Court on marriage equality, the most popular social network launched a tool that allows Facebook users to ‘rainbowify’ their profile photo with just a single click. The victory was a major milestone which got everyone excited and triggered this move by the social platform. With the tool, it is now possible to show you support and get others involved in the noble campaign. We all know the impact that Facebook has on the lives of people and we can use the platform to show our solidarity.

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The Best Windows 10 Free Download Version to Get

June 30, 2015 – 12:07 pm | by Steve The Best Windows 10 Free Download Version to Get

Even as we wait for the official launch of the Windows 10 operating system which is slated to be on July 29, users from all around the world already have a picture of what they can expect. The decision to overlook the Windows 9 name seems to have paid off because even though the OS is yet to be officially launched, the buzzword is quite encouraging. The public preview of the Windows 10 Technical Preview back in autumn was a huge success and the follow-up updates have not disappointed yet.

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Gmail Is the Most Popular Email Service and You Can Now Unsend Your Emails Thanks To the Recently Launched ‘Undo Send’ Button

June 25, 2015 – 2:55 pm | by Steve Gmail Is the Most Popular Email Service and You Can Now Unsend Your Emails Thanks To the Recently Launched ‘Undo Send’ Button

Are you aware of the recently unveiled ‘Undo Send’ button on your Gmail account that allows you to unsend free emails that you may have sent by mistake? Chances are that if you are not a power user, you may not have noticed it yet even though it has been there for a while. Until recently, the feature was only but experimental. No one can argue with the fact that the feature is a life saver especially for individuals who are known for accidentally sending incomplete or wrong emails.

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Is Facial Recognition Technology Your Best Option?

June 24, 2015 – 10:35 am | by Steve Is Facial Recognition Technology Your Best Option?

Regardless of the security threats posed by this technology, facial recognition software may just be the solution that your business or company has been looking for in terms of security measures. If anything is to go by, the very recent actions by Facebook not to offer its photo sharing app in Europe due to the concerns raised by the regulator on their facial recognition technology goes to show you that the threats are real.

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NASA App Maps changed the temperature

May 27, 2015 – 11:32 am | by omer NASA App Maps changed the temperature

NASA’s “Earth Now” application has showed users the visuals of climate that basically demonstrates how apps can change the environmental mindfulness.

Today, Earth uses NASA’s satellite content in order to visually reduce air temperature, carbon mo

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How to uninstall apps from Mac

May 2, 2015 – 9:23 am | by Ahmed How to uninstall apps from Mac

Apple has made it fairly simple for its customers to remove just about anything from their Mac. Uninstalling programs on Windows is often performed through Programs & Features, which frequently leads to some survey sites to inform the reason regarding the removal of application/software.

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