Monthly Archives: "January 2018"

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310 Shakes Are Some of the Best Meal Replac...

Jan 15, 2018Comments off

Weight loss can be difficult for people who crave certain foods. Sugar is one of the most common examples. Individuals associate sugar with treats, rewards,

Best free Android apps of 2018: 100 you mus...

Jan 10, 2018Comments off

  It’s been ten years since Android was first outed by Google, and back then it was hard to imagine the sheer number of apps

The best free video editor 2018

Jan 10, 2018Comments off

  Video editing software doesn’t have to be expensive. Whether you’re an experienced home videographer or making your first foray into filmmaking, some of the

The best free PDF editor 2018

Jan 10, 2018Comments off

Free software for editing PDFs is hard to come by, but there are some excellent tools around if you know where to look. PDF documents

Dell’s new Cinema features may provid...

Jan 10, 2018Comments off

  Recently, you may have noticed more Dell products making big screen appearances in movies – like the Inspiron Gaming Laptop in Spider-Man: Homecoming –

Windows 10 free upgrade is still alive and ...

Jan 10, 2018Comments off

Microsoft’s offer to upgrade Windows 7 or Windows 8 to Windows 10 for free for users who need assistive technologies was supposed to run out

Cortana can no longer feel the Groove and w...

Jan 10, 2018Comments off

  Cortana has lost the ability to recognize songs, Shazam-style, thanks to Microsoft’s axing of Groove Music – and to make matters worse, the digital

Pre-teens are struggling to cope with socia...

Jan 10, 2018Comments off

  Kids are finding it hard to cope with the pressures of social media – particularly as they approach their teens – according to a

Google Calendar's new layout becomes m...

Jan 10, 2018Comments off

Google’s streamlined new Calendar layout will be rolled out to all users at the end of February. Google introduced the new desktop design in October,

Apple says all Macs and iOS devices have be...

Jan 10, 2018Comments off

Apple has finally spoken out on the Meltdown and Spectre security scare which has dominated headlines this week, with the company confirming that all Mac