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The longest running and most successful operating system from Microsoft, Windows XP, will be supported for 2 more years, until April 8, 2014. The XP has already surpassed 10 years of life. It was available for the first time to consumers in October 2001.
Sony has unveiled a virtual reality headset for its PlayStation 4 game console with a prototype called Project Morpheus. Shuhei Yoshida, president of Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios, revealed the device Tuesday at the ongoing Game Developers Conference in San Francisco.
The first Sandy Bridge-E raises the bar for more performance. Introducing the new flagship of Intel, Sandy Bridge-E, this bears the name Core i7-3960X Extreme Edition.It is a 6-core processor with Hyper Threading [total of 12 threads for processing], based on the architecture Sandy Bridge, which makes the second step, during the regular Tick Tock Intel.
The average life expectancy is constantly rising as we improve our knowledge of medicine and the human body. We have eradicated diseases, discovered powerful treatments, and figured out how to fix ailments which would have once killed us.
The Valve announced that they are ready to provide the beta code of the platform Steam for Linux, which will take place next week, initially for a limited number of users. Beta will initially be closed and will be available in a limited number of users, but later this month it will be widely in number of users that would reach 1,000. 
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    Google a few moons back promised its YouTube creators - basically anyone and everyone who's got a channel to worry about on YouTube - a new app for managing said channel. Today, that app is live.

    YouTube Creator Studio gives you an easy app from which you can see your analytics, edit video information and descriptions, and reply to comments. (Seriously, though, stay out of the YouTube comments.) You'll also get push notifications by default.

    If you have a Sony 4K Ultra HD TV or some selected Full HD sets and you live in the United States then you will be getting early access to the PlayStation Now beta from next week.

    From June 30, those with some high-end Sony TVs will be able to play PS3 games with no console.

    Wednesday, 18 June 2014 00:00

    You've fallen for a scam! Now what?

    Cybercriminals tricked a friend into giving away sensitive information. Now he wants to know how “to mitigate this situation?”

    Don’t feel bad. We all make stupid mistakes. But with these sorts of mistakes, you have to act fast to avoid disaster.

    Intel has been in court in the EU this week to challenge a fine levied against it totaling 1.06 billion Euros or $1.44 billion.

    The fine was levied against Intel five years ago and Intel has been appealing the fine ever since.

    Twitter is eyeing a new move into music and podcast sharing according to reports.

    People familiar with dealings at twitter and SoundCloud say that twitter is considering an acquisition of SoundCloud.

    Monday, 19 May 2014 18:29

    Google Play Store Now Accepts PayPal

    Here's another method of payment on Google Play.

    Google Play product manager Ibrahim Elbouchikhi updated the Android Developers Blog with news that Google Play customers will be able to make payments using their PayPal account.

    Microsoft is saying again that it's no longer patching Windows XP.

    Microsoft's Brandon LeBlanc posted a notice on the Windows Experience Blog reporting that Windows XP customers will no longer receive security or non-security updates through Windows Update or Microsoft Update.

    The Windows 8.1 Update goes public started last month, promising all kinds of new features for traditional PC users.

    One thing it won’t bring is the new Start menu that Microsoft recently debuted—that’s due in a later update in the coming months.

    LG has now sent invites out to publications in the tech world inviting them to an event to...

    LG said earlier this month when it had its Q1 financial meeting that it expected to get a sales boost from the new LG G3 smartphone that would launch in Q2. April was the start of Q2 and it is over, so many expected the device to launch in May.

    Maybe we won't be seeing the GTX Titan Z from Nvidia ship to customers just yet.

    Rumor on the web has it that the GTX Titan Z will not be released today (April 29), unlike past reports have indicated.

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