Monthly Archives: November 2013

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Don’t format windows 8.0 :Easy Steps to update to Windows 8.1 (With Photos)


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High-tech Skully helmet: A Google Glass that’s born to be wild


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SAN FRANCISCO — The scariest thing about riding a motorcycle is the cars and trucks. To help riders deal with big, boxy, and often lethal vehicles, the Skully P1 motorcycle helmet sticks a Google Glass-style heads-up display, rear-view camera, and Bluetooth in the helmet. But isn’t that tech more distracting and dangerous?

It’s hard to imagine how hurtling yourself at freeway speeds down the road while dealing with what appears to be a Google Glass knockoff is a safe way to get wherever you’re going. It sounds extremely cool, and ridiculously dangerous. MORE

Sony sells more than 1 million PlayStation 4s in first 24 hours


Sony’s PlayStation 4 out of the box.

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If early sales figures are a reliable barometer, Sony appears to have scored a hit with its new PlayStation 4.

The next-generation game console, which went on sale in North America on Friday, sold more than 1 million units in its first 24 hours on the market, Sony announced Sunday. The company did not say how many pre-orders contributed to that figure.

“Sales remain very strong in North America, and we expect continued enthusiasm as we launch the PlayStation 4 in Europe and Latin America on November 29,” Andrew House, the CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment, said in a statement. more

Google, Microsoft ramp up fight against online child pornography


 

In response to the alarming proliferation of photos and videos containing child pornography on the Internet, Web search giants Google and Microsoft plan to introduce measures to block the content from their search results.

The modifications will prevent more than 100,000 search terms from generating results that link to images and videos associated with child sex abuse and instead trigger a warning that the associated content is illegal. The restrictions, which apply to English-speaking countries, will be expanded to more than 150 languages in the next six months, Google Chairman Eric Schmidt wrote in an article for the Daily Mail on Sunday.

“We’ve listened, and in the last three months put more than 200 people to work developing new, state-of-the-art technology to tackle the problem,” Schmidt wrote. “We’ve fine-tuned Google search to prevent links to child sexual abuse material from appearing in our results.” more

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