Have you ever wanted your own personal assistant ready to respond to your every beckoned call? I’m not talking about Siri or Google Now, which will both tell you the football scores or what the weather’s going to be like next weekend; I mean a real assistant, more like a secretary – one that will fetch you a pizza or book you flights to suit your needs at the drop of a hat. A newly-introduced service has taken the idea of a butler / chauffeur / servant and rolled it into a magical new text-based system, and provided your request is on the right side of legal, any product or service is just a text away.

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Adwares constantly put our computers to risk for a lot of reasons, and if you think Lenovo’s Superfish snafu was the only issue worth worrying about, then you might want to think again.

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Here’s how you can uninstall or remove Superfish adware and certificates from your Lenovo computer (desktop or laptop). For complete step-by-step guide, head past the jump.

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Bad news for anyone thinking of buying a Lenovo computer after it was revealed that the company is installing what amounts to adware on each and every machine it ships. More details on this development can be found right after the break.

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When an Apple or a Samsung comes through with such innovations as fingerprint sensors or NFC, we tend to take much notice. But the advancement of the Web and the wider digital community depends more upon those changes that aren’t necessarily as obvious nor welcomed with the same amount of fanfare. But in news that should be gratefully received by each and every user of digital products (read: everyone), it appears that HTTP/2, a natural progression from traditional Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) in terms of speed and efficiency, is well on its way, having just been finalized by the appropriate body.

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Here’s how you can watch Cricket World Cup 2015 matches live stream online on your iPhone, iPad, Android smartphone / tablet, Apple TV or the Web in the US, UK, India, Pakistan or anywhere else in the world. More details can be found here.

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The Pirate Bay Is Down, Again

By | February 14th, 2015

Things don’t look great for The Pirate Bay users as site is down now again exactly two weeks after it re-appeared following downtime that began earlier this year.

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iWork for iCloud is now open for everyone to use, even those with an Android smartphone or tablet. With no Apple device requirement to access these apps, the company is now looking to throw in its productivity apps right in there with the rest of the competition. More details to follow right after the jump.

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Obama’s new video has the United States Commander in Chief goofing around doing all sorts of crazy things, and even using the selfie stick, in an effort to promote the new ObamaCare (health) initiative. Watch the complete video right after the jump.

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Here’s how you can find out your secret Uber passenger rating in a few easy steps. More details on how to do so can be found right here.

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The widespread leaking of passwords and credentials is a trend that just keeps cropping up, but while hackers tend to be culpable in these alarming situations, the latest ‘leak’ of some 10 million passwords is rather bizarre. A security researcher released login information of some 10 million users with noble intentions, the crux of this rationale being to help the wider digital community to better understand user behavior. But with the data now out in the open courtesy of a large torrent file posted by said security expert, there’s relative cause for alarm, and if you want to ensure that your sensitive data is not out in the open, check the details below.

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Facebook is now letting users designate an heir to their throne, if they happen to pass away. What has been happening to Facebook users’ accounts after they have passed away, or in case they do, is one controversial topic. However, Facebook has just launched a new ‘Legacy Contact’ feature which allows a designated friend to take control of a deceased friend’s account on the social network. More details to follow right after the jump.

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Here’s how you can tweak Google Chrome Web browser on Windows to use less memory / RAM. More details and step-by-step guide can be found after the break.

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Online file sharing site RapidShare is going away come March 31st 2015, a note on the service’s website has announced. Users wanting to get their data out of the service need to do just that before April 1st.

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Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to get 2GB of free Google Drive storage space. More details can be found right here.

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Here’s how you can get 100GB of Microsoft OneDrive storage absolutely free for two years. Complete details and step-by-step guide can be found right here.

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In a world dominated by cable and satellite TV, Sling TV has come in as the first true Internet based television service as an alternative to the more contemporary modes of content delivery. Sling TV has now gone live in the U.S., and is offering some amazing packages as part of its launch promotion. Details to follow right after the jump.

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We may be a generation of app addicts, but our ties to television remain as strong as ever. Amid the swathes of apps and games available to download, the likes of the iTunes Store offer countless TV shows, and such is the vastness of the library that we needn’t ever leave the house. Indeed, many don’t, and if you’re a self-confessed TV addict looking for your latest fix, then iTunes has you covered with the first episode of Better Call Saul, as does Amazon.

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Want to watch 57th Annual Grammy Awards 2015 Live Stream on mobile or web? Here we have detailed all the options to watch this year’s Grammy’s on your iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Android or your desktop.

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The iTunes App Store is packed to the gills, featuring thousands of great (and not so great) apps and games. With such a high volume of content available, users must take advantage of the various methods of finding the best, most interesting or most popular. But while those high on the most-downloaded lists are bound to be heavily-used, one ethically questionable Chinese firm demonstrates how even download / install stats can be manipulated.

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