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Kim Kardashian Hollywood (for Android)

pcmag.com — Kim Kardashian Hollywood (free) is an Android game (also available for iPhone) about playing dress-up, making a lot of money, and crushing your rivals in California-so basically, it's exactly like Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Alternately, it's a shallow cash-grab and a sign of everything that's wrong with our society, a harbinger of the end of real gaming.

How to Get the Mac OS X Yosemite Beta

pcmag.com — A beta version of Apple's newest operating system - Yosemite - is now available for testing. Access opens today, but Cupertino will only grant passes to the first 1 million people who request them, so act fast to be assured a place in line.

Did Malwarebytes Get a Fair Shake?

securitywatch.pcmag.com — The latest report from Dennis Technology Labs contained a shocker for antivirus technology watchers. The free and popular Malwarebytes Anti-Malware came in almost dead last. Does this mean Malwarebytes is no good? Well, not necessarily. Malwarebytes Responds "Our score in this test is clearly skewed by the fact that Malwarebytes Anti-Malware FREE is the only product being tested without real-time protection," said a company representative.
Jul 24, 2014

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Uber Launches on Windows Phone

8 Tips to Save Printer Ink

pcmag.com — The most common printer-related complaints we get are from readers bemoaning the high cost of ink or toner. Yes, ink can be costly-particularly for people who print in high volume-but there are ways to reduce your printing costs over time. Here, we offer eight money-saving printing tips.

'Explore' With Updated Google Maps Apps

pcmag.com — Whether you're searching for a new lunch spot or visiting a foreign land, the improved Google Maps app is intended to help you explore your surroundings. An update to the Android and iOS applications adds the new Explore button-located in the bottom right corner of the map-which offers a quick look at nearby hot spots (where available).

20 Cool New Things in Apple OS X Yosemite

pcmag.com — Apple OS X Yosemite-the tenth version of the operating system already named OS Ten-is due to arrive in the fall as a free upgrade, usable on just about any Mac manufactured since mid-2007. It's a classic Apple-style upgrade: Despite dozens of changes and new features, you won't need to relearn anything to use it.

Swatch: We're Not Working With Apple on iWatch

pcmag.com — Evidence have been mounting that Apple is working on a smartwatch, but despite what you may have read this week, Swatch will not be involved with the project, the Swiss watchmaker has said.
Jul 24, 2014

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Lenovo to Launch Vuzix-Branded Smart Glasses in China

pcmag.com — PC maker Lenovo will launch its first set of smart glasses in China this fall. In partnership with video eyewear supplier Vuzix, Lenovo's M100 Smart Glasses are expected to begin shipping to Asia in early September. The wearable, which marks the first official set of smart glasses to reach China, will be co-branded and marketed as part of Lenovo's New Business Development (NBD) service.

Search Engines, EU to Hash Out 'Right to Be Forgotten' Details

pcmag.com — Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo will meet today with European data protection regulators in an effort to sort out the recent "right to be forgotten" ruling. According to The Guardian , the companies are expected to gather in Brussels to discuss concerns over Google's handling of the process.

Mac OS X Yosemite Beta; Twitter Lacks Diversity; Google Apps for Sprint Biz

pcmag.com — Topping tech headlines on Wednesday, a beta version of Apple's next-gen operating system launches today. The OS X Beta Program for OS X Yosemite invites customers to participate in the beta testing process and submit feedback to Apple directly.