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A review of the new Facebook Home by TIME magazine.

Facebook Home Review

Set a Sound Alarm to Warn When Your Battery is Low

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You can set Windows 7 and Windows 8 to play an annoying alarm when your battery is critically low, but it does help to have an audio reminder so that you don’t forget to plug your laptop or tablet.

Set Windows to Play Alarm Sounds When Reaching Low or Critical Battery

 

 

Transfer Contacts From Android to iPhone or iOS to Android

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An easy guide to transferring contacts from Android to iPhone or iPhone to Android.

How to Transfer All Contacts from Android to iPhone and Vice Versa

From WordPress to a Windows 8 App

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A very interesting application that allows WordPress site owners to create a Windows 8 app for their blog without writing any code.

IdeaPress Open Source

 

AnandTech’s Brilliant HTC One Review

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HTC One is arguably the best Android phone ever. And AnandTech’s extraordinarily descriptive review does full justice to it.

The HTC One Review

Debate – Microsoft’s Windows 8 Approach: Bold, Arrogant, or Both?

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A very interesting debate, started by ZDNet columnist Ed Bott, with valid arguments for both sides of the coin.

Microsoft’s Windows 8 approach: Bold, arrogant, or both?

 

Get Instagram Back in Twitter

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Missing the Instagram photos in your Twitter stream? Well, Twitter blocked them but with this Chrome extension you can get them back easily.

InstaTwit

Why Windows 8 themes don’t work in Windows 7

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A very detailed look at Windows 8 themes and what’s new and different about them when compared to Windows 7 themes.

What’s New About Windows 8 Themes? Why They Don’t Work in Windows 7?

 

This Reply All Button Should Be Baked Into Outlook

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Courtesy of Kurt Shintaku’s Blog, this ounce of prevention is worth more than a pound of face palms. Safe sex, seat belts and this.

Download for Outlook ‘13

How Microsoft’s Applied Sciences Group Develops New Hardware

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A fun discussion with Stevie Bathiche, Distinguished Scientist of Windows Hardware at Microsoft.

From Surface Keyboards To Teddy Bear Robots, Microsoft’s Mad Scientist Develops The Art Of Innovation

 

 




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