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  1. Microsoft's Windows 8.1 Update 1: Rumored release target is March 11 By Mary Jo Foley January 24, 2014 16:53 GMT First up, the target release date for Windows 8.1 Update 1 -- the relatively minor update coming to Windows 8.1 this spring -- is allegedly March 11, according to one of my accurate and trusted sources. Yes, that's a Patch Tuesday. Given that Microsoft will likely deliver Update 1 to Windows 8.1 users via Windows Update, this seems pretty believable to me. Windows leaker WZor previously indicated that Windows 8.1 Update 1 would likely be released to manufacturing in March, but didn't provide a specific date. http://www.zdnet.com...h-11-7000025559 By WZOR January 15th, 19:23 =MSU update was collected on January 3, details soon. (Google Translator)
  2. This is not about revenge. This is about justice. This is the best of CES 2014. By Verge Staff on January 10, 2014 04:17 pm Another year. Another CES. Another chance to find out what it feels like to truly be alive. Alive and in Las Vegas. In Las Vegas and at the Consumer Electronics Show a phantasmagoria of light, sound, and electricity. Actual electricity, and the kind of spiritual, psychic kind that only happens but once a year. Another thing that only happens once a year? The Verge Awards at CES when the editorial team of The Verge picks the best things that hit the show floor, the biggest stories, and yes, the biggest disappointments. This CES wasnt the craziest, most surprising, or even most interesting weve ever seen but it wasnt a total bust either. Between the gargantuan TVs, a sea of me-too wearables, and the 1,001 iPhone accessories youll never need, there were some truly interesting innovations out there. You just had to look really hard to find them. And boy did we look. So, here we are. The show is over. The massive displays are being dismantled. The Verge team is battered and bruised, but not beaten. And weve painstakingly assembled the hits and misses of CES 2014. Without further ado, we present the 2014 Verge Awards. And hey, if you don't like our picks go and vote for your own. Best phone: Sony Z1 Compact Its the phone weve all been asking for a 4.3-inch handset that doesnt compromise on specs and features just because its small by modern standards. Bridging the gap in flagship devices between the iPhone and the herd of 5-inch Android phones, the Z1 Compact is Sonys best smartphone to date. The only compromise it makes from the already successful Z1 is a smaller battery, but it more than makes up for it with a new IPS display that makes it the Japanese companys definitive flagship handset. - Vlad Savov Best tablet: ThinkPad 8 Lenovo surprised us at CES with a brand-new 8-inch Windows 8.1 tablet just a couple of months after it launched its first mini Windows tablet. The new ThinkPad 8 combines impressive specs with an equally impressive build quality. While initial 8-inch Windows tablets felt inferior to the iOS and Android competition, Lenovos latest effort is simply the best Windows alternative to the iPad mini with Retina display. With the ability to connect USB accessories, a separate monitor, and a keyboard and mouse, its a good option for anyone who wants the flexibility and power of Windows inside a tiny tablet. And at $399 you get a lot of tablet for your money. -Tom Warren Best gaming: PlayStation Now PlayStation Now wasnt a total surprise Sony had already promised to stream PS3 games to other PlayStation devices through its acquisition of cloud gaming company Gaikai. But the announcement that it would also work on TVs, smartphones, and tablets caught many by surprise, and the games demoed at CES were impressively smooth. Its anyones guess whether PlayStation Now will work as well in the real world when Sony rolls out the service this summer, but for now its an encouraging, progressive step towards the future of gaming. -Sam Byford Best personal transportation: Urb-e The Urb-e felt like the kind of vehicle an enlightened citizen of 2030 would own. Its fast, maneuverable, and lightweight. With a 20-mile range on a full battery charge, it could work well for most city dwellers daily commutes. It has similar specs to Terras Motor Scooter, but at around $1,250, its just one-quarter of the price. The Urb-e isnt on sale yet, but look for their Kickstarter to launch next month. - Ben Popper Best TV: Vizios $999 4K TV Vizios first consumer 4K TVs will start at just $999.99 when they ship later this year, marking a major milestone as the technology finds its way into more living rooms in 2014. Weve seen plenty of off-brand 4K sets fall below the $1,000 mark, but Vizios cutthroat pricing delivered an unexpected gut punch to major competitors like Sony and Samsung. Those companies have come nowhere close to matching it, though they may rethink strategy now that the most popular TV manufacturer in the US has undercut them. The cheap 4K TV has officially arrived. - Chris Welch Best smartwatch: Pebble Steel Whereas the first Pebble was all about spartan utility, the new Steel adds an appreciable dose of style to the originals substance. The molded plastic is replaced by forged steel, the side buttons are much improved, and theres a leather strap in every box now. The Pebble Steel successfully evolves a functional device into an aesthetically desirable fashion item. Its the only smartwatch wed recommend anyone buying right now. - Vlad Savov Best audio: Samsung MX-HS8500 GIGA Samsungs built a boombox the size of a trash can, complete with wheels and bright flashing lights. This years GIGA sound system integrates the controls on top of one of the speakers, instead of as a stand-alone unit. It may not be the-best looking speaker, but its got a big bass boost button that nearly deafened us on the show floor, and has all sorts of other effects to emulate being a DJ. The new GIGA will play music from just about every source including Samsung TV sets when it ships this year. Theres no price yet, but the old one cost $1,499. - Josh Lowensohn Best prototype: Oculus Rift, Crystal Cove We loved the Oculus Rift back when it was a low-resolution prototype with virtually nothing to do but walk around a castle and spaceship. A year later, its still a prototype, but the Crystal Cove version announced at CES amplifies its best features and mutes its worst ones. The headsets all-encompassing virtual reality is clearer and more detailed than ever, its head-tracking system now capable of letting you lean over ledges or peer around corners. And best of all, developers have started creating the first generation of VR worlds, including a dizzying, fast-paced space-fighting game that were waiting for almost as eagerly as we are the final, finished version of the Rift. - Adi Robertson Best auto tech: Audi Traffic Light Assist Self-driving car tech is incredible, but truly autonomous cars are still years away early in the 2020s, by most manufacturers estimates and this years self-driving demos at CES didnt really move the needle anyhow. (Yes, BMWs self-drifting car was an absolute blast, but its not really going to change the way we drive). Instead, it was Audis traffic-light assistant that got us excited: its practical technology with a clear path to near-term production that can seriously get us to our destinations faster and more efficiently. Who doesnt want to make more green lights? - Chris Ziegler Best car: i-Road I didnt come to CES expecting to drive a new kind of car that would change the way I thought about cars. But wouldnt you know it? That actually happened. The Toyota i-Road is admittedly not a car youre going to see in America (probably ever), and its not the kind of car youre going to take the family for a road trip in. And frankly, its hardly even a car. But as a concept, and in practice, its an awesome way to envision getting around the cities of the future. With an all-electric motor, a range of about 25 miles, and the tight handling of a motorcycle, the i-Road is at once less a car, and much more. With a plan to roll out the diminutive rides in Asia and Europe, its also more than a concept its becoming a plan. And its an awesome plan. - Joshua Topolsky Best drone: Parrot MiniDrone A swarm of companies presented drones at CES this year, but the most attractive new device was the pint-sized Parrot MiniDrone. A scaled-down version of their classic AR.Drone, the Mini is great for playing around indoors, and adds the ability to travel by land or air. Parrot is promising a price point well below the $299 AR when it goes on sale later this year, making the MiniDrone both fun and affordable. - Ben Popper Best trend: connected car Cars and automotive technology have been growing trends at CES for a number of years, but theyve been on a relatively slow burn. Not this year: the connected car was in literally every corner of Las Vegas this week, centered in a bustling section of the Las Vegas Convention Centers North Hall, which looked more like a major international auto expo than the Consumer Electronics Show. Ford even showed the latest version of one of its most important and iconic products the Mustang in public for the first time here. - Chris Ziegler Best press event: Kaz Hirai and Sony Kaz Hirais CES keynote wasnt just a list of products or an embarrassing, surreal spectacle it was an ode to weird, ambitious technology that covered everything from cars that can see in the dark to a Life space UX that would replace TVs and monitors with projectors realistic enough to be windows. His speech also heralded the release of Sonys long-awaited streaming games service and a new cloud-based blend of live TV, video on demand, and DVR service. Sony still has a lot of promises to deliver on, but Kaz made us believe, at least for an hour, that something really exciting might be coming down the line. - Adi Robertson Best buffet: Samsung We didnt think Samsung events could get much creepier than last years, with imprisoned girls in metal dresses that doubled as cocktail and cupcake stands, but somehow the Korean company managed to match itself. At a gathering that saw the debut of Samsungs 105-inch TV and bendable OLED set, attendees were invited to take champagne glasses from waiters trays. Nothing too strange about that, except the glasses were empty until filled by a female contortionist dangling from the ceiling and yes, there were spillages. CES in an uncomfortable nutshell. Due to our ethics policy, we couldn't partake, but we sure took pictures. - Sam Byford Biggest meltdown: Michael Bay Samsungs press event didnt hold many surprises, but its probably the one that everyone will remember from CES 2014 thanks to guest presenter Michael Bay. In essence, a teleprompter mishap caused the Transformers director to lose his place during the proceedings. Thats it. But Bays inability to improv his way through the presentation and his extremely bizarre walk-off made things downright cringeworthy. Bay took to his blog to apologize for the freak-out, saying I guess live events arent my thing. In hindsight, the spectacle (and the internet explosion that came with it) was about on par with the rest of his oeuvre. - Kwame Opam Biggest surprise: the bendable TV Most things at CES exist somewhere on the spectrum between utterly impossible prototype and real product. When Samsung and LG both showed off huge 4K OLED TVs that actually bend and unbend with the press of a button, promising a more immersive and lifelike picture but at a presumably enormous cost, the idea seemed like nothing more than a tech demo. Neither company did anything to dispel that notion, either, until two days later when Samsung announced it will start selling them this year. Sure, its still going to be expensive, but you might soon be able to own a TV thats a lot more futuristic than whatever you watch on it. - David Pierce Biggest disappointment: wearables In a show full of things to put on your body, there wasnt one that actually stood out. All the wearables we saw were basically Fitbit wannabes, and the ones that were even slightly different had weird functions that were not even sure we would want, or need, in a wearable. While Netatmo June bracelet is pushing boundaries as one of the first wearables attempting to be stylish, its limited functionality holds it back. And while the Sony Core shows how the industry is moving toward smaller, smarter sensors, we wont believe it until it proves how much it can do. The biggest disappointment, really, is seeing so many companies jump on the wearable bandwagon without bringing anything new to the table. - Valentina Palladino Best comeback: webOS Five years ago webOS was the story of CES, and since then its seen a series of failures, missteps, pratfalls, and just sheer dumb luck that took it from the toast of the tech world to a near-forgotten also-ran that was sold off for parts. That LG was the buyer turned out to be an unexpected stroke of good luck, because it used those parts to create a surprisingly good smart TV interface. LG says it will ship over half of its TVs with webOS, so it probably wont be long before LG has sold more webOS TVs than Palm ever sold webOS phones and thats ok. - Dieter Bohn Biggest story: Netflix Netflix may not have a booth at CES, but its presence was a massive influence on some of the biggest companies in the industry. CEO Reed Hastings was the most popular man at the show, darting from press conference to press conference to tell the world that House of Cards Season 2 would be streaming in glorious 4K later this year, and that every major Netflix series would be shot in 4K from now on. At Sonys press conference, Hastings added that Breaking Bad would be remastered and streamed in 4K as well. By the end of the show, every major TV company had announced support for Netflix in 4K. Thats a big deal: as 4K sets hit the mainstream, Netflix will be the de facto provider of ultra high-def content years ahead of broadcast and cable networks like HBO and Fox in distribution, and equally far ahead of streaming competitors like Hulu and Amazon in creating popular shows like Orange is the New Black. Thats a deadly combination; one that could disrupt the entire television industry. - Nilay Patel Best in show: Oculus Rift, Crystal Cove Last year I said the Oculus Rift changed my life. Throughout 2013, I feel like I became an evangelist for the soon-to-be-realized future of virtual reality a future being birthed by Oculus VR. I wanted to tell everyone about what was coming. I wanted everyone to experience it for themselves. And I wanted more than anything to see developers and investors gather around Oculus and companies like it so that it wouldnt just be a pipe dream, but something real. Virtually real. Weirdly, my wish came true and while the Rift still isnt a commercial product, its getting dangerously close. An infusion of $75 million from Andreessen Horowitz and a new prototype dubbed Crystal Cove prove that Oculus isnt slowing down. Theyre just getting started. Crystal Cove provides a higher resolution display, lower latency, and most importantly, positional tracking. The new features make virtual worlds far more immersive; so immersive that I was surprised by the experience of using the new headset even after spending lots of time with the previous version. After a whole 12 months, Im still blown away by what the Oculus Rift can do, and still excited for its future. 2014 is going to be a huge year for VR and Oculus is right on the front lines. - Joshua Topolsky http://www.theverge.com/2014/1/10/5277618/the-verge-awards-the-best-of-ces-2014 Comment: IMHO, the best is buffet chick :)
  3. Continuing a long-standing New Years tradition, today we present an up-to-date list of the worlds most-visited BitTorrent sites. At the start of 2014 The Pirate Bay continues to pull in the most visitors, followed by KickassTorrents and Torrentz. Household name isoHunt.com disappears after settling with the MPAA, but its replacement isoHunt.to is one of this years newcomers. With 2013 now behind us, which torrent sites are pulling in the most visitors at the start of 2014? Traditionally, BitTorrent users are very loyal, which is reflected in the top 10 where most sites have had a consistent listing for more than half a decade. But in common with every year, 2014 sees a few movers and shakers, as well as several newcomers. The top three slots remain intact compared to last year, with The Pirate Bay in the lead despite several domain name changes. The most notable absentee this year is isoHunt. The site has been featured in the top 10 since 2006, but went offline in 2013 after it settled its legal dispute with the MPAA for $110 million. Last years newcomer H33t also fell out of the top 10 after it lost its domain name. The site relaunched after two months downtime at H33t.to but has lost most of its traffic. The first newcomer in the top 10 this year is YIFY-Torrents, which is also one of the youngest torrent sites after being founded in 2011. The site has grown tremendously over recent months, and by focusing on popular movie releases YIFY has evolved into Hollywoods new nemesis. Isohunt clone/replacement isoHunt.to is the second newcomer, which is quite an achievement since the site only launched two months ago. RARBG is the last new name, the site has been around for many years but is listed in the top 10 for the first time. Below is the full list of the top 10 most-visited torrent sites at the start of the new year. Only public and English language content sites are included. The list is based on various traffic reports and we display the Alexa and U.S. Compete rank for each. In addition, we include last years ranking for each of the 10 sites. Did we miss anything? Feel free to join the discussion below. 1. The Pirate Bay To many people The Pirate Bay is synonymous with BitTorrent. The site was founded more than a decade ago and is still expanding, despite various legal troubles, domain hops and ISP blockades. The Pirate Bay currently has well over a billion page views a month. Alexa Rank: 79 (est) / Compete Rank: NA / Last year #1 2. KickassTorrents KickassTorrents was founded in 2009 and has quickly moved up in our top 10, settling into 2nd position this year. Responding to a looming domain seizure the site moved from its kat.ph domain to Kickass.to last August. Despite domain troubles and blockades by Internet providers in the UK and Italy, the site continues to grow. Alexa Rank: 103 / Compete Rank: 452 / Last year #2 3. Torrentz Torrentz has been the leading BitTorrent meta-search engine for many years. Unlike the other sites featured in the list Torrentz does not host any torrent files, it merely redirects visitors to other places on the web. The site uses several domain names with .eu being the most popular. Alexa Rank: 153 / Compete Rank: 1.377 / Last year #3 4. ExtraTorrent ExtraTorrent continues to gain more traffic and has moved up again in the top 10, now placed as the 4th most-visited torrent site. This success didnt go unnoticed by rightsholders groups such as the MPAA who recently called out ExtraTorrent as one of the top pirate sites. The site was forced to trade in its .com domain for .cc this year, after it was suspended by its domain registrar. Alexa Rank: 363 / Compete Rank: 2,286 / Last year #5 5. YIFY-Torrents Roughly three years ago nobody had ever heard of YIFY but today the movie release group is one of the most recognizable movie piracy brands on the Internet. This reputation resulted in a court-ordered ISP blockade in the UK last year. Alexa Rank: 809 / Compete Rank: 6,245 / Last year #NA 6. EZTV Unlike the other sites in the top 10, TV-torrent distribution group EZTV is a niche site specializing in TV content only. Because of its focus, EZTVs traffic varies in line with the TV seasons. Alexa Rank: 1,050 / Compete Rank: 10,790 / Last year #7 7. 1337x 1337x focuses more on the community aspect than some competitors. The sites owners say they launched 1337x to fill an apparent void where it seemed there was a lack of quality conscience ad free torrent sites with public trackers. In common with most other sites in the top 10, 1337x.org is currently blocked by the larger UK Internet providers. Alexa Rank: 1,382 / Compete Rank: 11,445 / Last year #6 8. isoHunt.to Isohunt.to was launched last October, less than two weeks after isoHunt.com shut down. The site is not affiliated with the old isoHunt crew but copied the sites design. This has not been without success, as the site now has millions of pageviews a day. Alexa Rank: 1,550 / Compete Rank: NA / Last year #NA 9. BitSnoop BitSnoop is one of the largest BitTorrent indexes, claiming to index a massive 21,437,061 torrent files at the time of writing. The sites torrents list continues to grow steadily, as do the number of DMCA notices that it receives. Alexa Rank: 1,714 / Compete Rank: 5,633 / Last year #8 10. RARBG RARBG, which started out as a Bulgarian tracker several years ago, is the third newcomer in the top 10. Together with isoHunt.to it is the only website in the list that hasnt been blocked in the UK, which may in part explain its popularity. Alexa Rank: 1,867 / Compete Rank: 13,238 / Last year #NA Disclaimer: Yes, we know that Alexa isnt perfect and that Compete has plenty of flaws, but combined both do a pretty good job at comparing sites that operate in a similar niche. The Alexa rank for The Pirate Bay is estimated based on the ranking of the .sx domain and isoHunts Alexa ranking is based on the past month only. http://torrentfreak.com/top-10-popular-torrent-sites-2014-140104 Also see c.f: Top 10 2013 Torrent Sites: http://torrentfreak.com/top-10-most-popular-torrent-sites-of-2013-130106 1. TPB 2. Kickass 3. Torrentz 4. Isohunt 5. ExtraTorrent 6. 1337x 7. EZTV 8. Bitsnoop 9. Torrentreactor 10. H33t Top 10 2012 Torrent Sites: http://torrentfreak.com/top-10-most-popular-torrent-sites-of-2012-120107/ 1. TPB 2. Torrentz 3. Kickass 4. Isohunt 5. BTjunkie 6. ExtraTorrent 7. Demonoid 8. EZTV 9. Bitsnoop 10. 1337x
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  5. Not sure if this goes here. Today 15th January 2014 I decided to run windows updates, a.k.a. patch Tuesday. I started it at 01:30. Downloaded, asked for a reboot. Windows rebooted. Then the pause, the update screen the ticker stating how much is done. Stuck at 32%. Then b.s.o.d. This happened twice. Finally it worked, so I thought. Darn updates interfered with my u.s.b. 3 2 t.b. h.d.d. configuration. Now one don't work. I fixed this before, by unplugging the u.s.b. 3 drive affected, rebooting and after display screen plugging in u.s.b. 3 drive. However go to desktop; notified that drivers were being installed, then crashed again. Anyone else having problems with windows updates released on January 14th 2014?
  6. [Giveaway] Kaspersky Internet Security 2014 - 90 days trial Setup: KIS14.0.0.1147en.exe License key: Source :) :) :)
  7. Hi all, We're glad to announce that we've just released AVAST 2014 BETA3 (build number 9.0.2002). Many thanks for all comments you provided on the avast forum and feedback.avast.com from the first&second beta! We've fixed many problems, here is the list of the most important ones: - FW sometimes blocked downloading of files - WebShield is now fully IPv6 compatible - ARA was not fully compatible with previous versions of avast! - UI statistics page was redesigned - Disabling of the Web Shield is now working fine - RescueDisk tuning (GUI & usability) - GUI glitches - Network protection component tuning & compatibility (Win8 ) - no more Tdi technology - Windows 8.1 compatibility - Smooth updates of VPS & program - Updated the SafeZone browser Download locations Free: http://files.avast.com/beta9x/avast_free_antivirus_setup.exe Pro: http://files.avast.com/beta9x/avast_pro_antivirus_setup.exe Internet Security http://files.avast.com/beta9x/avast_internet_security_setup.exe Premier : http://files.avast.com/beta9x/avast_premier_antivirus_setup.exe Online installer - Download locations Free : http://files.avast.com/beta9x/avast_free_antivirus_setup_online.exe Pro : http://files.avast.com/beta9x/avast_pro_antivirus_setup_online.exe Internet Security : http://files.avast.com/beta9x/avast_internet_security_setup_online.exe Premier : http://files.avast.com/beta9x/avast_premier_antivirus_setup_online.exe avast! cleaner: http://files.avast.com/beta9x/avastclear.exe Known issues - IE can crash sometimes (we are checking that) - avast! online security IE plugin still not ready It should be possible to install this version on top of your existing avast! installation (all settings should be preserved). Also, please try to update through UI (using the in-program updater). If you notice anything unusual related to the installation, networking, please let us know. Network component (including FW) and setup component have been redesigned, so any negative signs should be checked. Thanks in advance! Any feedback is appreciated! https://feedback.avast.com/response/add Official topic Screenshot:
  8. Canonical's Ubuntu Touch operating system will be headed to mobile phones made by a mystery hardware manufacturer, the company said today. Speaking to CNET, founder Mark Shuttleworth said Canonical's made an agreement with an unnamed smartphone maker to get the operating system on "high-end" phones sometime next year. If this sounds like broken record, you're not mistaken. Back in January, Canonical promised devices running a standalone version of Ubuntu by early next year, a goal that went off track when crowdfunding for the company's Edge smartphone hardware missed badly. The operating system that would have powered it lives on though, and Shuttleworth now says the company is currently in high-level discussions with at least four additional major phone makers to get Ubuntu Touch devices out the door. Canonical is one of several companies fighting for what's become a very fierce battle over mobile operating system market. Google's Android and Apple's iOS collectively run the devices used by the majority of smartphone users, while Microsoft, Blackberry, and others duke it out for the rest. Canonical is joined by other companies, including Samsung which also has a Linux-based operating system called Tizen, as well as Mozilla, which launched the first Firefox OS devices back in April. Source
  9. Uniblue SpeedUpMyPC 2014 Uniblue SpeedUpMyPC - this is a good program with which you will be able to optimize and configure your operating system, the program will provide a stable and very fast operation. With this program, you can reclaim the memory of no use to the trash predotvrotit critical crashes, to reduce download time and make Windows faster connection to the Internet. The utility is also able to monitor the system and makes recommendations to accelerate the startup programs, monitor and manage all the resources of your computer with one click. Features: Automatic scanning systemOverview of CPUImproved functionality of the processorReview the use of RAMOptimize RAMReview the use of disk spaceAnalyzing and defragmenting hard drivesAnalysis and Optimization speed internet connectionstartup Managertask ManagerReview of and recommendations for increasing its productivityCrawling on unnecessary or unwanted dataComplete destruction of confidential data (optional)Remove Programs ManagerA pleasant and friendly interface yuzerskyRun programs at system startup (optional)Automatic start scanning the system at boot program (optional)Starting the program icon in the system trayHomepage: http://www.uniblue.com/ OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 Language: ML Medicine: Key Size: 1,29 Mb.
  10. Electronic Arts has announced a new FIFA game just in time for 2014′s World Cup in Brazil. The game, appropriately enough titled 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil, will appear on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on April 15. The news isn’t surprising, as EA has released World Cup game every four years since 1998. Before that, three other World Cup games were released under different publishers. The game will be a standalone title set to coincide with the event in Brazil. It won’t interfere with the release of FIFA 15 though, although EA Sports’ annual soccer game has yet to be officially announced yet. Assuming the publisher follows does what it’s done in past years, the annual offering should be released in September or October, just as the previous dozen were. The World Cup game will feature “203 national teams, 7,469 players, 19 officially licensed managers, and 21 new stadiums including all 12 authentic stadiums from Brazil.” It also features the new “Road to Rio de Janeiro” mode, that takes players across 14 stadiums throughout Brazil. Regular tournament updates will also be delivered to the player via 50 hours of recorded content. Along with the other modes, the game will feature a standard “Road to the FIFA World Cup” mode, as well as the “Captain Your Country” mode where you “work your way through the squad list and lead your country through qualifying and to FIFA World Cup glory.” There are more than 60 real scenarios taken from real-world World Cup qualifiers as well. In short, it is everything you would expect of a World Cup soccer game. And if the use of the word “soccer” there rather than “football” irked you, then 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil is probably a game for you. No word yet on price, but we should have that soon. Source
  11. Abelssoft WashAndGo 2014.18.1 Retail WashAndGo removes unnecessary garbage files. WashAndGo cleans your system and increases your performance significantly. The following garbage types are detected by WashAndGo: Unnecessary garbage files, Old log and dump files, Content of temp folders, prefetch files and unnecessary setup cache files, Unused backup files from service pack installations and Content of your own temp folders and may more. Features Website: http://www.abelssoft.net/ OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 (x86-x64) Language: Eng Medicine: Retail Size: 17,48 MB
  12. Smartphone software is constantly improving across the board with each new generation, but there’s one thing that we have always been able to rely on since the dawn of the modern handset: autocorrect is just awful. The technology was intended to minimize errors while typing on tiny smartphone keyboards or on glass screens, and sometimes it does its job quite well. But sometimes it really, really doesn’t. Autocorrect can be horribly embarrassing, especially when a phone automatically changes a word or phrase to something awkward or profane that the system obviously learned because the user had typed it intentionally before. Of course, that’s also what often makes autocorrect fails so hilarious. The Huffington Post has compiled a list of what it calls the 11 most cringeworthy autocorrect fails of January 2014, taken from iPhones and Android phones alike. Compiled from submissions made to Damn You Autocorrect, a successful website spawned by terrible autocorrect technology, most of the entries are indeed quite cringeworthy. Source
  13. By Max Fisher January 28 at 1:44 pm Click to enlarge. Data source: Jay Ulfelder coup forecasts for 2014. (Max Fisher/Washington Post) Coups are bad news for any country. They weaken the rule of law, throw governments into chaos, undermine or outright jettison democratic norms and institutions, and can lead to violence, oppression or worse. They can also be tough to see coming, particularly since the people looking for them tend to focus on a single country, which can lead them to overemphasize local events and understate the broader dynamics that make coups happen, or not. That's a big part of why political scientist Jay Ulfelder has, for the past three years, maintained a mathematical model to predict the likelihood of coups in almost every country around the world. By tracking over a dozen variables – from political system to years of independence the presence of absence of an "elite" ethnic group – Ulfelder's model roughly estimates the likelihood that each country will experience a coup this year. He "trained" the model by applying it over the years 1960 to 2010, further developing its ability to predict future coups by looking at past ones. Ulfelder kindly shared his full dataset with me, which I've mapped out above. The redder countries are at higher risk for a coup and the yellower countries at lower risk. You can read his post here for much, much more about how he designed this model and what makes it work. Here are a few notes to help you read this map. First, even the most extreme cases are well below a 50 percent likelihood of a coup, meaning that a coup probably won't occur. Those would be the West African countries of Guinea and Mali (26.5 percent and 22.7 percent likelihoods of coups) and Madagascar, at 23.9 percent likelihood. Those numbers are high enough, though, to be appropriately alarming. Second, the numbers drop off quickly, with the vast majority of countries less than 5 percent likelihood of a coup, and half of them less than 1.5 percent. So the difference between a dark red country and a light orange or yellow country is very significant. There are a few immediately obvious trends in the data. First, it doesn't look good for sub-Saharan Africa, which has the top nine most at-risk countries. Not all of Africa, to be clear, much of which is quite stable, but the risk is heavily concentrated in Africa's Sahel region (that east-west strip just below the Saharan desert) and in West and Central Africa. There are complex political, ethnic and post-colonial reasons for this, which I wrote about here. Looking forward, political instability and competition risks holding back a part of the world that is otherwise poised for long-overdue economic growth. Here is a chart Ulfelder put together showing the 40 most at-risk countries. For each country, he's run two different models and then averaged the results. That bold dot is the average score: The 40 countries most at risk for a coup in 2014 (Jay Ulfelder) The stand-outs beyond sub-Saharan Africa also tell some interesting stories. The highest-ranked non-African country is Thailand, with a projected 10.9 percent likelihood of a coup this year. By some measurements, Thailand has more coups than any other countries on earth (here's why) and is currently experiencing another round of protests and political turmoil. Afghanistan and Pakistan are at high risk, though for different reasons (deep ethnic and political competition in Afghanistan, an independent-leaning military in Pakistan, weak civilian governments in both). Egypt, which saw a coup in 2013, has a projected 9 percent chance of another this year. Further afield are Haiti and Ecuador, the only two countries in the Western hemisphere with significant risks for coups, with 9.2 and 8.5 percent projected, respectively. (This is why I wrote, in June, that NSA leaker Edward Snowden would be wise to turn down Ecuador's offer of asylum; the next government could change its mind.) It's also worth pausing to appreciate the luxury many countries have of not worrying about coups. A lot of democratic as well as authoritarian states, rich as well as poor, have strong enough rule of law and institutional norms that they don't have to worry about coups. Ulfelder's model predicts only a 0.15 percent chance in the United States; many Western democracies show similar scores. So do some countries experiencing political turmoil, such as Greece and Cuba (0.14 and 0.21 percent risk, respectively). Iran, for all its problems and political infighting, only rates a 1.43 percent chance of a coup. That's probably great news for the United States: even if we don't like the Iranian government, it's preferable to chaos, and a government that can negotiate without worrying about a military coup has a freer hand to accept any U.S. nuclear deal. For more on coups, what makes them likely or not, and the implications of this data, bookmark Ulfelder's blog, which will be revisiting these topics throughout the year. http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/worldviews/wp/2014/01/28/a-worrying-map-of-the-countries-most-likely-to-have-a-coup-in-2014/?tid=pm_world_pop
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  15. No matter whether you are a newcomer or already using android device, you are always in look for very interesting application that refreshes your mind. You would find numerous free android applications on Google play store, but it is not necessary that every free application has exclusive features that burn your free time. Along with some free android apps, you can also find some paid android apps on the store that are well-known for their features, functionalities and incredible performance. If you love to play some fantastic android games with your friends and dear ones, Google play store has plenty of games that let you enjoy a lot with anyone. To make your gaming experience more wild and thrilling, here I have listed top expensive android game applications of 2014, so have a look on the collection: RPG Spectral SoulsRPG Spectral Souls is the most expensive android game that is worth to download in your android outstanding soundtracks. Being the first full scale Japanese Tactical RPG for android, it has 84 characters and device. Stuffed with some unbelievable features, RPG Spectral Souls is a great game that has 52 offers high resolution graphic assets. The best part of this application is that it supports for touch and keyboard with key mapping. Chaos Rings IIChaos Rings II is the newest addition to the universally acclaimed RPG series Chaos Rings in which players can easily expand new adventures and game-system. In the latest installation, time is torpid and the destroyer has forced the world o the edge of destruction. Being an adventurous game, lots of players love this addition; however, it is also true that it is the most expensive android game. Super Color RunnerSuper Color Runner is another expensive android game app that is very unique take on the popular line runner style of game. Instead of running down a single endless path, player should have to fill up four paths with energy. Players also have to collect pellets and charge through batteries to stay alive. They need to ensure that they don’t let runner get caught up with any of the Sentry Cyclopses. Final Fantasy VIFinal Fantasy VI is a completely marvelous game that comes with such features that blow your mind. The game has included the ability to play all the main characters as the game’s protagonist, and to this day, its epic story intertwining each of their fates is still highly rated and wildly popular. So, android game lover should download this game in their device to get excellent gaming experience. The Sims 3The Sims 3 is a great long live the Sims as one can hours of fun on his/her android device. Player of this game can shape their Sims and their world. However, the possibilities are endless in this game. In this game, you can choose appearances, personality traits, clothing and accessories and bring your Sims to life. Being quite expensive game, it designed very beautifully, so players can it a lot. The Bard’s TaleWhen it comes to Bard’s Tale, it is funniest game that you ever played in your life. In this game, you are the Bard, a selfish rogue weary of pointless sub-quests and rat-infested cellars. You summon characters to join you in battle, heal your party and take damage on your behalf through magical song. You will surely have huge fun while playing this game, and we say that it is worth downloading game for you. Source
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  17. Nike is renowned for its prowess in making premium sportswear, but has also showed in more recent times that it is unafraid to delve into the world of technology. Close ties with Apple have certainly helped matters, and with the FuelBand SE – the company’s second-gen wrist-worn activity logger – having recently been introduced with a plethora of color options, this push shows no sign of slowing down. An interesting tidbit from the DigiTimes suggests the company could be taking things a step further, plotting a new smartwatch for release as soon as the first half of next year. Citing Taiwanese sources from within the supply chain, DigiTimes suggest that Nike will launch a new smartwatch “in the first half of 2014,” and are currently under trial and testing. The DigiTimes is famously hit-and-miss with its inside information, so while there is an element of possibility that a new Nike smartwatch could well be on the cards, we’re not going to get too carried away until we see some tangible evidence. The fact that the FuelBand has been so successful, despite actually offering very little over the array of cheaper apps available for smartphones and such, suggests Nike could well have a big say in the smartwatch market. Pebble is established, with both Sony and Samsung also now fighting to compete, and since Google and Apple are reported to be planning their own assault on this emerging market, things could get very interesting in 2014. The FuelBand, at the current state of play, is very exercise-orientated, but one can envisage Nike making an effort to expand and improve its capabilities to maximize its potential. Combining style, solid functionality and high prices, it’s not too difficult to see how the relationship with Apple continues to blossom, although if the Cupertino company’s iWatch ever does materialize, it will be interesting to see whether their companionship will remain quite so rosy. The FuelBand SE wasn’t much of a bump on the first-gen, so Nike might opt for a more substantial upgrade on that, or even decide to go for a completely new product line. Whatever the case, we’ll be keeping tabs on any further rumor regarding Nike’s alleged smartwatch endeavors. Original Article
  18. Intel has the tablet market covered in 2014, according to sources with Taiwan's tablet supply chain. The silicon slinger has plans to offer CPU platforms for low-end tablets all the way to top-shelf models. The company has already released its Bay Trail-T chips for Windows 8/8.1. By the end of this year, the company will have introduced its Bay Trail-T line for Android slates. Intel's Z3735D series is a Bay Trail CPU designed specifically for low-end Android tablets priced at $99 to $129, and for 7 to 8 inch models priced at $149 to $199. These chips will be available in the first quarter of next year. For those Android tablets with a screen size of 8 to 10 inches, and a retail price range of $199-$249, Intel will offer the Bay Trail and Cherry Trail platforms. The latter will also cover 10 inch Android slabs priced at $249 and higher. The Cherry Trail chip will launch next September and is based on the 14nm Airmont architecture. Cherry Trail will support both 32 and 64 bit Windows 8/8.1 and Android tablets.That will be followed up with the Willow Trail CPU in the fourth quarter. Based on the 14nm Goldmont architecture, this chip will also support Windows and Android slates. Finally, Intel has some lovin' for smartphones as well. In the first quarter, it will release Merrifield for smartphones while Moorefield is expected to launch in Q3. Both not only use the 22nm process, they both can also be used for Android tablets. Source
  19. Image via Getty Images This morning, Apple CEO Tim Cook sent a lengthy memo to employees as a reflection of the soon-ending 2013 and the upcoming year of 2014, according to multiple sources. In the letter, Tim Cook discusses people experiencing Apple products this holiday season, the Apple products launched throughout 2013, and corporate initiatives. “This holiday season, tens of millions of people around the world, from all walks of life, are experiencing Apple products for the first time. Those moments of surprise and delight are magical, and they’re all made possible by your hard work,” Cook says in the beginning of the email. Cook notes Apple’s new manufacturing process for the Assembled in the USA Mac Pro and calls iOS 7 an “extraordinarily ambitious project.” “We extended our lead in the smartphone market with iPhone 5s; launched iOS 7, an extraordinarily ambitious project; released OS X Mavericks for free to our customers; introduced the iPad Air and the iPad mini with Retina display; and this week began shipping the Mac Pro from a manufacturing facility in Austin, Texas,” Cook told employees. Cook also notes his pride over Apple reaching 50 billion App Store app downloads this year. Apple reached this milestone in approximately five years… Cook also shares some details and reflects on the notable corporate initiatives in 2013. Cook reveals that Apple raised and donated “tens of millions of dollars” for initiatives such as Red Cross assistance for those affected by the typhoon disaster in the Philippines. Cook also notes that Apple is still the largest contributor to the Product(RED) foundation and notes his pride in Apple design chief Jony Ive’s contribution to the Sotheby’s Product(RED) auction earlier this year. Cook also discusses Apple’s contribution and fight for diversity, equality, and against discrimination. Cook previously made this clear to employees in a video message and at an Auburn University event. Cook ends his email wishing his employees “Happy Holidays” and says “I am extremely proud to stand alongside you as we put innovation to work serving humankind’s deepest values and highest aspirations. I consider myself the luckiest person in the world for the opportunity to work at this amazing company with all of you.” Perhaps most interestingly for customers excited about Apple’s future, Cook teases some big plans for 2014. “We have a lot to look forward to in 2014, including some big plans that we think customers are going to love,” Cook tells employees. Apple is working on several new products for 2014 and beyond. Sources say that Apple is developing both a fitness, sensor-oriented smart watch and new Apple television products. Future Apple TV products will likely revolve around both voice and motion integration, and sources expect an Apple TV software revamp to launch alongside new hardware sometime next year. Apple is also developing larger iPhones, iPads, and higher-resolution Mac laptops. The full email from Cook to employees can be read below: Source
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  21. Dubai saw in 2014 in unforgettable style last night, with a successful attempt at the world record for the largest ever fireworks display. Ten months in planning, over 500,000 fireworks were used during the display which lasted around six minutes, with Guinness World Records adjudicators on hand to confirm that a new record had been set. Covering a distance of over 94km (61.6 miles) of the city’s seafront, the display incorporated some of Dubai’s top landmarks, including Palm Jumeirah, World Islands, the Burj Khalifa and Burj Al Arab. The spectacle’s final salvo of fireworks created an artificial “sunrise” along the seafront, with the highest fireworks reaching more than one kilometre in height. Organisers had been aiming to beat a record set in 2012 during a display to mark Kuwait’s golden jubilee anniversary which saw a total of 77,282 fireworks launched. Dubai's attempt broke that benchmark by some margin, with enough fireworks launched within the first minute of the display alone to surpass the previous record. What has now goes down as the biggest bang in the history of pyrotechnics was designed by U.S. firm Fireworks by Grucci. The performance used 100 computers to synchronise the pyrotechnics, along with a choreographed musical soundtrack. In the build up to the event, more than 200 expert technicians worked 5,000 man hours to ensure that the fireworks’ timing was accurate down to the millisecond. Speaking ahead of the event, Alistair Richards, Global President of Guinness World Records, who had travelled especially to Dubai from London to witness the display, said: 'The scale of this record attempt is truly impressive and will ensure all eyes are on Dubai '. Watch the full video here: Source
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