Monthly Archives: February 2016

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Microsoft prepares to unleash Office 2016 full desktop apps on Windows Store?

By |February 29th, 2016|

It seems that Microsoft is getting ready to push out a Project Centennial version of the Office 2016 suite on the Windows Store – or at least, a test version is now available, which certainly points to the possibility of this happening before long.

Project Centennial focuses on allowing developers to convert their Win32 desktop […]

Creating Image Zoom Effect Using CSS3 Transitions

By |February 29th, 2016|

Creating Image Zoom Effect Using CSS3 Transitions. You may often want to add some cool hover effects to images of your website. This article would guide you through how to create image zoom effect using CSS3 transitions. You can also find some plugins jQuery to do the same if you are looking for compatibility with […]

Fool around with Fetch TV's new Comedy Central channel on April 1st

By |February 29th, 2016|

It’s no joke: From April 1 this year, Fetch TV subscribers will be able to tickle their funny bones with the arrival of a new Comedy Central channel on the internet-based Pay TV platform.

The new channel will feature a curated stream of entertainment, specifically crafted for an Aussie audience.

With shows like Inside Amy […]

Venmo Halts New Developer Access To Its API

By |February 28th, 2016|

This is not how you run a platform. Developers remember. Pull the rug out from under them once, and they’ll be reluctant to stand with you in the future. So despite having a record-setting January with $1 billion transferred in its peer-to-peer payments app, Venmo just shot itself in the foot.

After six years of […]

This may very well be the perfect gaming keyboard

By |February 28th, 2016|

We’ve seen a lot of mechanical keyboards pop up lately, but here’s something completely different: an analog and compact, ten-keyless (i.e. sans number pad) effort from Dutch hardware maker Wooting.

The Wooting One is an analog keyboard as opposed to a traditional digital keyboard. With the latter, you press a key and it registers, and […]

After ISIS Supporters Threaten Mark Zuckerberg, NYPD Counter-Terrorism Sets Up Outside Facebook Offices

By |February 28th, 2016|

NYPD car with CTB (Counter-Terrorism Bureau) decal outside of Facebook's office

The New York City Emergency Services Counter-Terrorism group has set up outside of Facebook's offices at 770 Broadway in Manhattan, almost immediately following a report of a video made on behalf of ISIS threatening Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter CEO Jack […]

Is 3D Printing The Next Industrial Revolution?

By |February 27th, 2016|

Filemon Schoffer

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It was in 1909 when Henry Ford, master of efficiency and standardization, famously said that a “customer can have a car painted any color…so long as it is black.” While the First Industrial Revolution introduced machines […]

HP's PCs now come with unlimited free Wi-Fi

By |February 27th, 2016|

HP has announced that it has extended its agreement with iPass, which was first introduced in 2014, refreshing the terms and implementing the deal for free Wi-Fi globally.

It means that wherever you travel, you’ll be given a free Wi-Fi pass to access millions of iPass hotspots across the world with certain HP laptops, convertibles, tablets […]

Google's Project Shield defends small websites from DDoS bombardment

By |February 25th, 2016|

Google’s Project Shield is aiming to protect news reporting and free expression on the web, and has opened itself up to applications for free protection from DDoS attacks.

DDoS (distributed denial of service) attacks, as you’re likely aware, involve the flooding of the victim with huge amounts of traffic from many sources that overwhelms and […]

Updated: How to choose the perfect printer for your SMB

By |February 25th, 2016|

Introduction and printer choice

Note: Our choosing a business printer feature has been fully updated. This article was first published in November 2012.

The paperless office has continued to be conspicuous by its absence. Indeed, using paper in an office environment seems to be as popular as ever. Even with the ability to digitise any paper […]

Copy from the local host to the remote host site

By |February 25th, 2016|

When you first try Joomla! It is often recommended that you install it on your local system. (For example, “localhost”), for example using XAMPP, and get your site running locally. Eventually, you may want to copy this site to a remote host. Fortunately, it is very easy to do.

This article assumes that you have installed […]

How To Upload Joomla Website Through FTP

By |February 25th, 2016|

It’s not easy to find on the Internet, may be the only short and to the point tutorial in three stages upload is complete Joomla site remote host: 1.upload file to the host. 2.export your database and import it to the host. 3. rewritten the configuration.php file some lines, so that website and database work […]

How to convert my personal account into a Facebook page?

By |February 25th, 2016|

When you place your personal account to a Facebook page will provide you with the current profile picture and cover photo. You must also add a friend, users who like your page options, and you transfer from your personal account to share photos to your new page. In the name of your personal account will […]

Facebook Enhances Everyone’s Like With Love, Haha, Wow, Sad, Angry Buttons

By |February 24th, 2016|

Humanity has been boiled down to six emotions. Today after tests in a few countries, Facebook is rolling out its augmented Like button “Reactions” to all users.

This article has been boiled down to six emotions too.

Like – Facebook designed Reactions so Liking is still as easy ever. You’ll see the Like button on every […]