Keylogger For PC

$10 gadget that looks like a harmless phone charger lets you spy on your coworkers

By on May 18, 2015 at 11:54 AM.

$10 gadget that looks like a harmless phone charger lets you spy on your coworkers

The number of tools that nefarious hackers have at their disposal these days is positively frightening. Attacks seem to be growing more complex and more dangerous by the day, and we constantly see new stories emerge that cause us to rethink our own security practices. But as we are reminded constantly, it doesn’t always take complex machinery or even any real coding know-how to steal things using technology — in fact, people were recently caught using an iPod nano and a piece of plastic to steal cash from ATMs.

Now, it looks like anyone can spy on others in the vicinity with a new gadget that is cheap, relatively easy to build, and looks just like a normal cell phone charger. More →

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iPad Duet Display Windows Support

How to (sort of) run Windows on your iPad

By on May 12, 2015 at 10:15 PM.

How to (sort of) run Windows on your iPad

Windows PC owners who also happen to own an iPad may have wondered whether they’d be able to use the tablet as a second display for their main computing machine. Starting today, there’s an iOS app for that, one that Mac users might already be familiar with, and one that’s now available for 40% off its regular price to celebrate the new milestone. More →

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Windows Browser

You can play with ancient versions of Windows right now in your web browser

By on May 11, 2015 at 6:00 PM.

You can play with ancient versions of Windows right now in your web browser

Windows 10 has gotten technology journalists and bloggers incredibly excited about the future of Windows, but now it’s time to take a look at Windows’ past. The odds are fairly good that even if you’re old enough to remember using it first hand, you’ve probably forgotten all about Windows 1.01 at this point. Windows 3.0 is likely a distant memory as well, and despite the fact that it was such a huge update at the time, even Windows 95 may be long forgotten.

Now, however, you can relive the past right in your web browser. More →

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How To Shut Down Windows

This secret trick is the fastest way to shut down your Windows PC

By on May 6, 2015 at 12:50 PM.

This secret trick is the fastest way to shut down your Windows PC

The procedure for shutting down a Windows computer varies depending on which version of the operating system you use. Regardless of OS version, however, one thing is true across the board: Shutting machines down is more complicated than it should be, and it takes longer than it should take.

Holding down the power button is a quicker option, but believe it or not, there’s actually a secret trick that will shut your system down even faster. More →

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Android Tablet Andromium OS

Turn your Android tablet into a Windows-like desktop with this cool app

By on April 29, 2015 at 4:12 PM.

Turn your Android tablet into a Windows-like desktop with this cool app

The Android user interface isn’t for everyone, but what if you could turn your Android display into something that looked more like a Windows desktop? With Andromium OS, a recently released app on Google Play, you can do exactly that. More →

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Microsoft Windows Open Source Software

Surprise: Microsoft is open to an open source Windows… at least, in theory

By on April 3, 2015 at 8:00 PM.

Surprise: Microsoft is open to an open source Windows… at least, in theory

Nadella’s Microsoft is more exciting than ever, with impressive Windows 10 features even some other software solutions specifically tailored for rival operating systems. On top of that, Microsoft is making more of its own hardware, including the Xbox One, Surface tablets and Windows Phones. What could Microsoft add to make things even more exciting? An open source version of Windows. More →

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Windows Software Update

How a slow Windows software update punished a German basketball team

By on March 27, 2015 at 9:30 AM.

How a slow Windows software update punished a German basketball team

There’s a hilarious story coming out of Germany which relays how a slow Windows software update ended up relegating a German basketball team to a lower tiered league.

A quick backdrop: It’s common across some European sports leagues to move under-performing teams to lower tiered divisions. As a quick analogy, it’d be akin to the New York Knicks being demoted to the NBA D-league for having the worst record in the NBA.

That said, here’s what recently went down in the German ProB basketball league.

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Android vs. Windows Malware Infection

Malware infected as many Android devices as Windows laptops in 2014

By on February 17, 2015 at 11:35 AM.

Malware infected as many Android devices as Windows laptops in 2014

A new report published by Alcatel-Lucent’s Motive Security Labs division says that no less than 16 million mobile devices were hit by malware last year, ZDNet reports, which is an increase of 25% compared to 2013 — comparatively, last year malware infections rose by 20% across the board. More →

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Hercules Universal DJ Review

This $250 box made me a DJ

By on January 23, 2015 at 10:00 AM.

This $250 box made me a DJ

I can’t tell you how old I feel right now. I can remember it like it was yesterday though, carrying a crate of drum and bass records down the hall in my college dorm and practicing on my friend’s turntables. Actual vinyl records on actual Technics 1200 decks. People would funnel in and out of the room, some to hang out and enjoy the music, others to complain about having to study for exams.

It was a great time, and now people can experience the same thing without having to dump $1,500, $2,000 or even more on a rig. No, these days it only costs $250 to be a DJ. More →

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Windows Vista Vs. Windows 8

Which was the worst Windows version ever?

By on January 22, 2015 at 9:30 AM.

Which was the worst Windows version ever?

Microsoft shared a lot more details on Windows 10 on Wednesday and it looks like it’s going to be a fantastic software platform that will make PC fans very happy. Not all Windows versions have been hits, however — the company seems to be stuck in a pattern in which every other version of Windows is beset with controversy of some kind or another. More →

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Microsoft Windows and Office Illegal Activations

Microsoft ready to sue you for activating too many pirated Windows and Office products

By on December 8, 2014 at 7:30 PM.

Microsoft ready to sue you for activating too many pirated Windows and Office products

Even though Microsoft doesn’t really take action against all the pirated Windows and Office versions in use out there, the company is ready to go to court when it detects certain usage patterns related to illegal Windows and Office activations. Torrent Freak reports that Microsoft has already filed a complaint against persons behind an AT&T subscription who have activated multiple pirated copies of Windows 7 and Office 10. More →

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Christmas Shopper Simulator Download

New ‘Christmas Shopper Simulator’ game lets you destroy a mall and ruin Christmas

By on December 5, 2014 at 12:00 PM.

New ‘Christmas Shopper Simulator’ game lets you destroy a mall and ruin Christmas

With the holidays fast approaching and plenty of Christmas shopping left to be done, people are often under a tremendous amount of stress during this time of the year. Blowing off some steam is always a good idea, but there’s a right way and a wrong way to go about things.

The wrong way is to randomly scream at friends or family for no good reason. The right way is to download Christmas Shopper Simulator and wreak havoc in a virtual mall. More →

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Microsoft WinShock Security Update

Microsoft fixed a critical 19-year-old bug that affects every version of Windows

By on November 12, 2014 at 1:50 PM.

Microsoft fixed a critical 19-year-old bug that affects every version of Windows

Microsoft on Tuesday issued a critical fix for a 19-year-old software bug that affects all existing Windows versions since Windows 95. IBM researchers discovered the bug this past May, and BBC reports that they “worked with Microsoft to fix the problem before going public.” More →

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