Twitter Asks Users to Verify Age
Twitter takes this underage drinking thing seriously, it seems. The social network is now asking any user that follows certain brewing companies to verify age requirements prior to following that person. If those age restrictions are not met in 24 hours, no following will happen.
Best Black Friday Apps to Download Now!
Crazy enough to head out to stores on Black Friday? These apps will help you wade through the mess!
GTA: San Andreas is Coming This December
Guess what’s coming to iOS, Android, and Windows Phone this December? ‘Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.’ The game will officially roll out to these three consoles this coming December. Rockstar Games is expected to unveil additional details about the specific release date and game within the next few weeks.
Chrome’s New Voice Extension
Do you spend a lot of time searching for things through Google? There’s a new Chrome extension that might interest you if you fit into the ‘constantly Googling’ category. The extension was unveiled this morning, and it’s called ‘Voice Search Hotword.’
‘Tis the season to buy a new smartphone! Whether you’re searching for a phone for yourself or for a loved one, there are so many options to choose from – and that’s a great thing. But, it’s also a confusing thing if you head to an electronics store and are blindsided by oh-so-many choices!
Data Recovery from Various File Container Formats and Encrypted Disks
We’ve prepared for you a tutorial article, where we are explaining how to recover your data if you are using R-Studio.
Need A Gift Idea? Check Out the Roomba 880 iRobot!
Trying to figure out what to buy all of the people on your holiday list is far from easy. It’s especially tough to make everyone happy if you love tech, but people on your list couldn’t care less. The perfect gift for those people might be an iRobot.
The Xbox One was released last night. How did it do? According to a Reuters report, Microsoft sold more than one-million Xbox Ones in 24-hours. Wow. That’s a new record for Microsoft, and it also beats Sony’s PS4 sales by enough of a margin for Microsoft to celebrate.
In a step backwards in its mission to convince the masses to ditch their credit and debit cards and pay for goods and services exclusively with a smartphone, Google has started offering prepaid debit cards linked to Google Wallet accounts.