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Emsisoft Anti-Malware

Emsisoft Anti-Malware monitors all active programs in real time for dangerous behavior (Behavior Blocking) and can detect new unknown Trojans, Worms, Viruses and other damaging programs (Zero-Day dangers) without daily updates. The signature-based security (Emsisoft and Ikarus double engine) ensures a very high recognition rate of known Malware suc...

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EA Sports Ignite, the Next-Gen Game Engine

Electronic Arts is keeping very busy these days, to the great joy of hardcore gamers everywhere. Besides developing hoards of new titles, the world’s third largest gaming company has also revealed a new engine for next generation platforms, EA Sports Ignite.
The Ignite was officially unveiled at the Xbox One event last week, where it left sports game fans drooling. According to EA Sports executive VP Andrew Wilson, the new engine was designed so as to further blur the line between the real world and the virtual one.

EA has already released a trailer showcasing the new engine’s capabilities. The trailer covers all of the new titles that the gaming company is developing around the Ignite engine: FIFA, NBA Live, UEFA and Madden NFL. These four new titles will be available for Microsoft’s new console Xbox One and for Sony’s upcoming PlayStation 4 in the next 12 months.
Capable of performing four times more calculations per second, the Ignite promises an unprecedented amount of detail, incred…

Tour Highest Peak with Mount Everest 3D App

How would you like to take a tour of Mount Everest without having to leave the comfort of your own house? Okay, this may not be something passionate mountain hikers would be pleased about, but it sure sounds appealing to the rest of us.
A new iOS app called Mount Everest 3D lets users take a close look at the world’s tallest mountain in eye-popping 3D, from any possible angle. And you won’t risk freezing to death either.

Mount Everest 3D was created by a German company called 3D RealityMaps. The application is based on high resolution WorldView satellite images and allows users to view various ascending routes, along with weather stations and base camps.
Using touch gestures on their iOS device, users will be able to navigate the mountain and view it in great detail from any perspective, in photorealistic quality, according to the official Mount Everest 3D website. The touch interface enables users to rotate and zoom the image and follow some of the most popular routes to the peak.
The ap…

[Version Update] Mozilla Firefox 21.0 Released, Download Link Inside

NOTE: This article is updated whenever a new version of Mozilla Firefox web browser is released. So keep checking this page regularly. Mozilla has updated its web browser "Firefox" to version 21.0. It comes with following new features and updates: The Social API now supports multiple providers Enhanced three-state UI for Do Not Track (DNT) [...]

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StartW8 is a FREE but powerful tool for Windows 8 users. Do you prefer desktop to modernUI? Would you like to logon directly to desktop? And than use Start menu for runnig your apps? Then it's right for you. Get Start menu back in Windows 8!

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Comodo Dragon Internet Browser 27.0

Comodo Dragon is a Chromium technology-based Browser that offers you all of Chrome's features PLUS the unparalleled level of security and privacy you only get from Comodo. Including a greater level of privacy than Chromium technology offers.

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What’s New in Microsoft’s Upcoming OS Windows 8.1 “Blue”?

Recently we told you that Microsoft is working on the next Windows version known as "Windows 8.1" or "Windows Blue" which will be actually an update for Windows 8 OS. Windows 8.1 will try to fix the issues which existing Windows 8 users are facing in the OS. Everything You Want to Know About Windows [...]

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Investing in a South African solar project

As we search for investments that can help speed up the adoption of renewable energy, we’ve been looking beyond the U.S. and Europe to parts of the world where our investments can have an even greater impact. We’ve just closed our first investment in Africa: $12 million USD (103 million Rand) investment in the Jasper Power Project, a 96 megawatt solar photovoltaic plant in the Northern Cape province of South Africa. Upon completion, Jasper will be one of the largest solar installations on the continent, capable of generating enough electricity to power 30,000 South African homes. The project, developed and funded by SolarReserve, Intikon Energy and the Kensani Group, is also backed by Rand Merchant Bank, the Public Investment Corporation, Development Bank of South Africa and the PEACE Humansrus Trust.

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The Jasper Power Project is located in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa, near Postmasburg

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Keep Your Pet Happy with Petcube

Pet owners who always worry about what their cat or dog are doing all alone at home will be thankful for this new gadget. The Petcube is a cube-shaped device with a built-in webcam and speaker that lets you check in on your pet and talk to it, wherever you are.
Similar devices already exist on the market, but the Petcube, designed by a Ukrainian startup, has this little extra feature that makes it so much more interesting: it has a built-in laser that lets you play with your pet remotely.

The 4 inch aluminum and glass cube has an elegant, neutral look that makes it easily fit any interior. When mass production starts, users will have the option of choosing various skins for the device.
Inside the Petcube is a wide-angle 720p camera offering users a live feed of their home, plus a set of speakers and microphone to hear your pet and be able to talk to it or call it into camera range.
The device connects to the Internet via Wi-Fi and comes with an accompanying application for iOS or Android …

Linkbot Lets You Create Your Own Robots

Have you always wanted to be a robotics expert, but didn’t actually manage to pull in all the necessary skills and patience? The Linkbot modular robotic platform can help: it allows users to build their own robot any way they want it, piece by piece.
Manufactured by California-based firm Barobo, the Linkbot was first designed by a mechanical and aerospace engineering professor and ex graduate student from UC Davis.

The Linkbot is ready to use out of the box, as a single bot. But what makes it unique is its limitless capability to expand. The system can be extended infinitely and paired with all sorts of accessories, including wheels, legs, grippers, and camera mounts.
This feature is due to the fact that three of the Linkbot’s faces are provided with mounting surfaces. The mounting surfaces are also equipped with bolt patterns, allowing for enhanced attachment capabilities to create your very own customized robot.
All of the current accessories for the Linkbot are 3D printed. For advanced…

Is Yahoo Looking To Make Waves In The Gaming Scene?

Yahoo is undeniably a member of the old guard of the Internet, but recent changes in the company has resulted in lots of noise both within and without. From acquiring mobile news aggregator Summly to extending its revenue per search agreement with Microsoft to acquiring Tumblr (which may or may not have a porn problem) – Yahoo and its execs have certainly been busy.

But they’re not done yet. The most recent acquisition is PlayerScale, a startup developer of infrastructure software for – guess what? – cross-platform gaming. PlayerScale has announced the acquisition itself on the homepage.

Today is a great day — both in our journey with PlayerScale and for users of our Player.IO product. We are happy to announce the next big step toward our goal of building the best possible gaming infrastructure platform: we have been acquired by Yahoo!. And don’t worry, we’re not going anywhere. Our platform will continue to support the same great games that you love playing today … and in fact, it will…

DivX Play 9.1.2

DivX® 9 for Windows is a free download that provides everything you need to enjoy high-quality digital videos on your computer, including HD H.264 (.mkv) videos with AAC audio and videos created using all previous versions of DivX technology. You can also play your DivX files (.divx, .avi) on millions of DivX Certified® devices today. Look for DivX...

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Windows 7 Codecs 4.1.3

All the codecs you need for Windows 7 to play AVIs, DVDs and more!

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Freemake Video Converter

Freemake offers free program for video converting - developed as alternative to popular paid software. “Free, easy and of high quality” are the fundamental principles of Freemake.

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Get 4G On A 30-Day Rolling Sim With EE

The network provider Everyone Everywhere (EE) has announced that they will be giving customers the option to have 4G on sim-only options, allowing even more people to access the first super-fast mobile broadband service in the UK reaching speeds of up to 10 Mb/s. Indeed some trials in Cardiff managed speeds of up to 80 Mb/s!!
These new 30-day rolling plans cater for all budgets, starting at £23 per month (for 500MB of data), rising to £33 per month (for 3GB). For those who want to go the whole hog, you can pay up to £63 per month for 20GB!

EE now offering 4G on a 30-day rolling sim

Included in these packages are unlimited calls and texts. Your data can also be used via a personal WiFi hotspot, so your laptop and tablet can also work on 4G.
These prices make it a great option for anyone who wants to trial 4G, without the ties of an annual contract. Once the rest of the Uk networks roll out their options for 4G services, you will be free to change.
These new plans from EE are available now!

Helios Bars: Turn Your Bike into a Smart Bike

Changing the way your bike works forever, here come the Helios Bars: a modern, elegant set of handlebars that add a lot of smart features to the traditional bicycle.
The Helios Bars are presented as the world’s first integrated blinker and headlight system for bikes, fitting almost any bicycle and being very easy to install. They are probably also the first handlebars to use GPS and Bluetooth 4.0 to transform your bike into a smart bike.

The handlebars are equipped with three built-in LEDs – a frontal one and two on the sides, that act like blinkers to signal when the cyclist wants to make a turn. The cyclist just has to press a button to activate the LED on either side.
Users will be able to choose what color they want for the LED lights, through the accompanying iOS application. The LEDs will also change color to indicate your speed, as part of an innovative visual speedometer system that uses your smartphone’s GPS. For example, speeds of 0 to 10 mph would be indicated by the LEDs turn…