Gaming

TechTeam July 6, 2017 0 comments

We can’t wait for Nintendo’s Super NES Classic Edition

All retro gamers are shaking in their seats at the thought of the launch of the Super NES Classic Edition from Nintendo. The New Entertainment System serves as a miniature version of the console that used to be played more than two decades ago. Although Nintendo has gone through its
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Starcraft 4K Remastered to be released at the end of summer

Blizzard Entertainment last week made the announcement that the widely-loved game, Starcraft: Remastered will be launched on August 14th this year. Originally, Blizzard had made an announcement in March about the sale of the game, stating each ordered package will come along with both the remastered version of the game
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Access the best retro games with Sega Forever

Most retro game lovers have unfortunately had to stash their games aside whenever they were traveling or at work. With the increasing use of the smartphone across the globe, gaming enterprise Sega has decided to become a lifesaver. Their new service, Sega Forever, allows Android and iOS users to gain
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How-To

TechTeam July 22, 2017 0 comments

Fixing DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_BAD_CONFIG in Chrome

Another of those annoying error messages in Chrome is the one that lets you know that there’s something wrong with your network. That error is the DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_BAD_CONFIG in Google Chrome. Typically when this message appears, it lets users know that their DNS is compromised or that they have misconfigured their
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Backing up your computer in the Best way possible

The fact that a majority of people lose data at some point in their lives while using technology is both scary and real. Recently, the global technology scene was rife with firms’ data being held captive by ransomware. Apart from on the corporate scene, you could also lose your data
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Avoid Hackers by changing your Router’s Password

Cyber security is an important aspect of our lives especially with our ever-increasing dependency on technology. We are usually advised to keep the passwords to our email, our social media sites and other important security details regarding our technology use as safe as possible. For most of the internet generation,
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Reviews

TechTeam July 21, 2017 0 comments

Bitdefender vs avast: which is best for protecting your computer

More and more people are using PCs these days, meaning that more and more companies are coming up with way to make that easier. In this bracket are the companies that make the software that keep devices safe- companies that manufacture malware detecting software. Bitdefender and Avast are two examples
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Reviewing the Sony Xperia XZ Premium

Over the last year or so, there have been quite a number of fantastic phone releases. This year, Sony again joined the list of smartphones to watch out for with their Sony Xperia XZ Premium. All aspects of the phone are nothing short of breathtaking. We take a look at
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TechTeam July 6, 2017 0 comments

Choosing between the Amazon Echo and Google Home: A Buyer’s Guide

Everyone in the tech industry was blown away when Amazon released the Amazon Echo in 2014. However, things got interesting when Google released the Google Home, a direct competitor to Amazon Echo. Currently, the Echo is one of Amazon’s most popular hardware products. Both the companies have amazing releases, so
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Technology

TechTeam July 6, 2017 0 comments

The Mother of Techno Bikes from Canyon and Kraftwerk

Are you a fan of cycling and technology but have never found a way to efficiently combine the two? Do you love speed, endurance and a good, old ride through the woods or down winding streets? Then the announcement made by Canyon Bicycles will surely give you a gleam in
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