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The time is right for an open source Ubuntu tablet OS

I’ve been reading the Microsoft Surface RT reviews, and while the Surface Pro x86 is really the one everyone should judge the line on, they are pretty much the same when it comes to the Windows RT software. If you don’t know the difference between Windows RT and full Windows 8 (which will be on … Continue reading The time is right for an open source Ubuntu tablet OS

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You can upgrade to Windows 10 from pirated older versions for free, but Microsoft won’t support your system

Microsoft made waves over the past few days when it said that it will offer free upgrades to Windows 10 from older versions, included pirated copies. However, there’s no such thing as free Windows: the company says it will not support non-genuine systems after they’re updated to Windows 10. A Microsoft spokesperson told Ars Technica, … Continue reading You can upgrade to Windows 10 from pirated older versions for free, but Microsoft won’t support your system

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Samsung A3, A5, A7 Getting Lollipop Update

Samsung’s first popular metal-chassis device, the Samsung Galaxy Alpha, was something of an odd choice for consumers. Yes, it was beautifully made and yes, it used a cutting edge, 20nm Exynos screen. It was also very thin too but in other respects the device was somewhat limited, especially when it came to the battery capacity: … Continue reading Samsung A3, A5, A7 Getting Lollipop Update