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NFC! What Is It Good For? Here Are 5 Uses

Technology Explained

NFC! What Is It Good For? Here Are 5 Uses

If your phone doesn’t already have a Near-Field Communication chip in it, your next one probably will. High-end Android handsets are quickly adopting the tech and while Apple has so far shrugged it off, adoption of NFC by the iPhone would be easy to implement. Apple’s neglect from NFC seems to stem from its limited application in the real world thus far. The most appealing ideas are exactly that.

Matt Smith January 31, 2013 31-01-2013
NFC! What Is It Good For? Here Are 5 Uses
Are Video Games Good or Bad for Society? [We Ask You]

Gaming

Are Video Games Good or Bad for Society? [We Ask You]

Video games have now been with us for more than 40 years, and in that time they’ve evolved from simple concepts brought forth by muddy visuals (such as the Atari classics) to complex and involving gameplay made real by detailed visuals (such as the best games of 2012). In recent years they’ve also grown from niche hobby to mainstream fodder, especially with the emergence of casual games, and consequently casual gamers.

Dave Parrack January 31, 2013 31-01-2013
Are Video Games Good or Bad for Society? [We Ask You]
Are Your Children Circumventing Internet Filters?

Internet

Are Your Children Circumventing Internet Filters?

You may say to yourself that you’ve installed the finest web filter available, and I’m sure that it’s a solid piece of work. However, no filter is impenetrable, and the truth is that the only 100% complete protection against the Internet is no Internet. Alas, we can’t just get rid of the web, can we? Instead, maybe we can at least explore how filters are bypassed.

Joshua Lockhart January 31, 2013 31-01-2013
Are Your Children Circumventing Internet Filters?
Are Your Social Friends Infecting You With Malware?

Internet

Are Your Social Friends Infecting You With Malware?

The Internet and social networks are incredible – they allow us to connect with one another in a way we have never been able to before. But in many instances, they also propose a threat. You see, we trust our friends and contacts. Therefore, whenever a friend shares something they read or use on a social network, we are much more inclined to check it out. So what do you do to prevent becoming infected with malware via social networks?

Aaron Couch January 31, 2013 31-01-2013
Are Your Social Friends Infecting You With Malware?
Take Your Photo Sharing To The Next Level With Photogram [iOS]

iPhone and iPad

Take Your Photo Sharing To The Next Level With Photogram [iOS]

Are you sick and tired of sharing photos in the same old way? Instagram offers some pretty cool filters for making your photos pop, and there are plenty of iPhone applications that allow you to make your photos look better and more interesting. That being said, in the end you are still just sharing a photo, and no matter how many little tweaks you make to it, it’s still just a photo. If you are looking for something that lets you do more, Photogram is the app for you.

Dave LeClair January 31, 2013 31-01-2013
Take Your Photo Sharing To The Next Level With Photogram [iOS]
Paint The Walls Red Like It’s 1993 With Brutal Doom [MUO Gaming]

Gaming

Paint The Walls Red Like It’s 1993 With Brutal Doom [MUO Gaming]

In December 1993 a little-known game developer called id Software sent shockwaves around the world with the much-celebrated release of Doom. Released as shareware and distributed non-commercially for two years, Doom was experienced by an estimated 10 million people before making it into retail stores in 1995. If you think Doom feels a bit old-hat these days, then this free mod will bring that demonic grin back to your sullen face.

Tim Brookes January 31, 2013 31-01-2013
Paint The Walls Red Like It’s 1993 With Brutal Doom [MUO Gaming]
5 New Ways In Which You Didn’t Use Google Circles Before

Internet

5 New Ways In Which You Didn’t Use Google Circles Before

Google Plus Circles allow you to organize your contacts and the people you follow into groups.This article provides some ideas on how you could organize your Circles. Keep in mind that neither people you are following, nor people who have you in their Circles, can see what Circle/s you add them to or even that you add them to more than one Circle. So do experiment with Circles!

Tina Sieber January 30, 2013 30-01-2013
5 New Ways In Which You Didn’t Use Google Circles Before
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