iMacros script for mass removing facebook group members

If you are reading this post and you found it on search engine, its most probably the case that you have a facebook group, have thousands of members, and want to remove them for some reason but not closing your group at the same time. Removing these members can be More...

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ASUS & nVidia organize a joint Gamers’ Gathering

Gaming has become a big part of my life once again. Almost every night you can see me caving in my darkened room, clicking and tapping while screaming in the headphone like a maniac. But that’s what gamers do – apart from attending gamers’ gathering; especially one that is organized More...

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Home Networking – Day 2: Setting up the ASUS RT-AC66U router

So in the previous post, we had learnt about the GPT hard disk partition format, and formatted a 3TB disk. Today, let’s setup our fiber internet. We will be using the ASUS RT-AC66U router for this purpose. Nothing complex, just getting our internet up and running!

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Home Networking – Day 1: Understanding the GPT File Format

Gone are the days when you would plug in an LCD device (laptop) to another LCD device (HDTV) just to view a movie on a larger screen. We live in the post-PC era and these things should be considered standard in most houses today. I’m talking about setting up a More...

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How the PS4 and Xbox One console war will be won: China lifts 13-year ban on consoles

For a while now, the console war has been decided on the Western battlefront, Japan no longer the deciding factor in both sales and what influences game design. American sales and taste has given rise to the most popular and successful video games of all time, but now, on the More...

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How Samsung is region locking the Galaxy S4 and Note 3, and what it means for you

The incredibly enthusiastic response to Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 is yet another sign the South Koreansmartphone maker has real clout in the mobile industry. People anticipate the announcement of a new Galaxy device with a kind of fervor previously reserved for Apple. Perhaps it is this lofty position in the mobile More...

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iPhone 5S reviews prove Apple got everything right – including 64-bit performance

The first reviews of Apple’s iPhone 5S are in, and the news is unilaterally positive. Unlike the iPhone 5 launch, which was badly overshadowed by the Apple Maps debacle, the iPhone 5S has no such problems. General coverage of everything from the new camera to iOS 7 is positive. The More...

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NASA confirms that Voyager 1 has finally left the Solar System

NASA has confirmed that Voyager 1, which was launched on September 5 1977, has finally left the Solar System. Voyager 1 becomes the first manmade object to leave the Solar System, and in 40,000 years it will come within 1.7 light years of star AC+793888, before continuing on its millions-of-years journey to More...

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Can the iPhone 5S fingerprint sensor be hacked?

As predicted, Apple yesterday announced the iPhone 5Swith a fingerprint scanner. This feature will allow users to simply touch the home button to unlock the device, assuming they have stored their unique pattern in the iPhone’s protected memory. This approach to locking a phone is a fine balance between security and More...

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Apple iPhone 5S: The first 64-bit smartphone, Touch ID fingerprint scanner

Apple has unveiled the iPhone 5S, which introduces the new A7 SoC — the first 64-bit smartphone processor, thus making the iPhone 5S the first 64-bit smartphone. Exact details are still scarce, but Apple says the A7 is “twice as fast” as the A6 in the iPhone 5, both in More...

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