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Sharemouse presents improvements with ShareMouse 2

ShareMouse, an application to control two computers with one mouse. While not getting such good results in comparison with the Mouse without borders, worth as a good option to control multiple computers. ShareMouse makers now bring us the second part, ShareMouse2, with some improvements, but still can not control more than two computers without having […]

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Prototype Steam Console: SteamOS not be based on Ubuntu

Engadget has leaked some images of what will be the new Steam game console, along with some other details, including the operating system will not be based on Ubuntu, but it will be another edition of the same Linux made ​​by Valve. The prototypes of the Steam console will be shown at the upcoming CES, […]

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Facebook redesigns the “Like” and “Share” buttons

Facebook has announced a new design for the “Like” and “Share” buttons to help people share more and better content across the web. Today these two buttons have achieved tremendous popularity, because they are viewed over 22 billion times a day over 7.5 million sites. These buttons will replace the traditional “hand with thumb up” […]

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Microsoft still trying to fix the bug of SVCHOST in Windows XP

At a time that Windows XP will only get a few months of life and after 12 years of updates and patches, Microsoft is still trying to solve SVCHOST failure that causes the processor occupancy is set at 100% for long periods of time. The latest updates released should have solved the problem, but many […]

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Google announces Dart, a JavaScript alternative

The Internet giant has announced version 1.0 of Dart, a new web language that threatens to be a viable alternative and open source JavaScript, for websites and web applications. But in fact this language debut came a couple of years ago, but its implementation was not yet possible in programming. It was not until now […]

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Avira will continue to support Windows XP users

The creator of the antivirus software, Avira, has announced its commitment to continue protecting free users of the operating system Windows XP with Avira Free Antivirus, while the Microsoft anti-malware support will no longer update for XP in April 2014. This announcement opens a major security breach for Windows XP users, since not even be […]

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StreamNation: Share movies and pictures with friends in streaming

Last July launched StreamNation, a new service that will enable media sharing through srteaming directly from the cloud. Basically, we can upload our content to StreamNation account, where we stored our content, which we can “borrow” for our friends to see it, also via streaming. It could be considered as a social network media, because […]

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Google prepares malware detection incorporated in Chrome

More advanced browsers like Chrome, IE or Firefox are becoming real essential work tools, almost more than the operating system itself work. Google continues to add more functionality to Chrome and among them will begin to test the built-in malware detection in Canary versions. Chrome is already able to detect sounds in the tabs, and […]

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Make my Browser: Allows you to design your custom browser

Make my Browser will allow us to design a web browser ourselves, our bookmarks and favorite subjects, having as Chromium base. After choosing all the features that will be included in our creation, be given the link of the executable file for download and installation. The process is fairly simple. We will have to choose […]

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Clementine is an excellent audio player based on Amarok

From the creators of the open source player Amarok, arrives Clementine, a very complete player that adds a very important feature nowadays a player that boasts, which is the reproduction of streaming services such as Google Drive, Grooveshark or Spotify. Clementine has been encoded with the idea of cross-platform in mind. Therefore, it is available […]

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