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Twitter only lets you see a portion of your tweet history, but there's an easy way to get a copy of everything.
You can request to download your Twitter archive, which contains a searchable collection of every tweet (and retweet) you've ever made since first making your account.
Here's how to request your own free Twitter archive.
First, head on over to Twitter, click on your avatar in the upper-right-hand corner, and select Settings.
|With Twitter's 'Request your archive' feature, you can get a copy of every tweet you have ever posted.|
One reason why most BlackBerry loyalists still cling on to their phones is the hardware keyboard. After the failure of its first full-touch device, the Waterloo giant realized that the QWERTY keyboard is the ultimate differentiator for the brand, and released the Q10 and Q5. The two devices featured slightly different keyboards compared to its old Bold and Curve devices as navigation was mainly via the phones' touch display.
While the move to touch screens and a gesture-based OS had made the navigation trackpad, menu and back keys redundant, there were still users who longed for the original BlackBerry Bold keyboard experience (later Bold models also featured a touch display).
To please these loyalists, BlackBerry decided to go back to its Bold roots and decided to introduce the Classic. The new phone brings all the legacy keys in addition to the call accept and reject keys back in a form factor that closely resembles BlackBerry's Bold devices.
We've been using the phone for the last few days and here's our review...
Design and build
BlackBerry Classic stays loyal to the same design language that we've seen in BlackBerry's iconic Bold smartphones. Compared to the Bold, the phone is much bigger mainly because of its larger screen. It features a stainless steel outer frame, a plastic and glass front panel and a textured back panel with a slightly rubberised finish.
|BlackBerry Classic review|
The name of ISIS did rounds again in the world of cyberspace on Monday, with the hacking on Malaysia Airlines' website, even as the airline, still recovering from the loss of two aircraft last year that left 537 people dead or missing, claimed that passenger data is secure and that it has not affected bookings.
The website (www.malaysiaairlines.com) was defaced by a group claiming to be Cyber Caliphate, and a photo of a lizard smoking a pipe popped up on the airline's website early on Monday, besides the words "404 Plane Not Found" appearing right on top in red.
On its Facebook page, Malaysia Airlines said: "...We confirm that our Domain Name System (DNS) has been compromised where users are re-directed to a hacker website when www.malaysiaairlines.com URL is keyed in."
|Cyber caliphate hacks Malaysia Airlines website|
One of the most requested WhatsApp feature has finally arrived. Our favorite IM app has just launched its Web client, meaning that WhatsApp users will now be able to communicate with their contacts right from their desktop. More on this incredible news and how to get it up and running can be found right here.
Aptly titled ‘WhatsApp Web,’ the service is currently available for users on the Android, Windows Phone and BlackBerry platforms. Where’s iOS? Well, users have to wait a while, since according to WhatsApp, Apple has certain platform limitations, so don’t expect it to arrive any time soon.
Interestingly, the service is only accessible via the Chrome browser for desktop and its Android based app. Mac users cannot access WhatsApp Web via Safari, but can use Chrome for that very purpose, and the iOS version of the Big G’s Web browser isn’t supported either. According to the WhatsApp team, support for more browsers is likely to be coming soon.
HTC's mid-range phablet, Desire 816 got a good response from Indian consumers with its good feature to price ratio (when it launched in June). Now, the Taiwanese company has launched the phone's successor that packs in a more powerful processor, a better front camera and Gorilla Glass 3 screen protection, among other improvements. Other than these, the phone is very similar to Desire 816. Is it a good buy? We try to find out in our review...
Build & design
HTC Desire 820 looks very similar to the company's mid-range phablet Desire 816, complete with the unibody plastic shell, rounded corners and front dual stereo speakers.
Since the phone sports a big, 5.5-inch display, the overall footprint is also large. That said, it doesn't look unwieldy.
Unlike the Desire 816, the 820 sports dual-tone colours with the second colour making its presence felt in form of accents surrounding the front panel, volume rocker and power keys, micro-USB jack, camera lens and LED flash and the HTC logo.
The phone doesn't sport physical keys at the front and uses onscreen keys for navigation. Unlike the Desire 816, the Power/Screen lock and the volume rocker keys are located at the right edge of the phone and offer good tactile feedback. The left side sports a plastic flap that hides the two nano-sim card slots and a microSD card slot. Other than that, there's no major difference between the two phones in terms of design. Even the dimensions are almost identical.
The display is flanked by dual stereo BoomSound speakers on both sides. The speaker grill fits in a single line, with bigger holes unlike the HTC One's grill that is spread over four lines.
The 8MP front-facing camera lens sits above the display and is prominently visible. The 3.5mm headset jack sits at the top while the micro-USB port is placed at the bottom edge.
The back of the phone features the 13MP rear camera and an LED flash. It sports a glossy finish and gets easily smudged.
|HTC Desire 820 review|
The weekend’s here, and as always, we’re back with a handful of paid iOS and Mac apps that have gone free for a limited period. Catch us after the break for more details.
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Tired of your iPhone or iPad running out of storage space? If you’re an avid music listener and use your iPhone or iPad as such with an extensive list of songs packed into your device, head on after the jump to check out how you can easily shrink the footprint of your audio files on your iOS device’s internal storage.
You may already know that higher the bit rate of an audio file, the larger the file size will be. Typically iTunes purchases max out at 256 kbps, with CD rips topping out at 320. On average, a user is likely to find all kinds of bit rates in their library and chances are that the average Joe wouldn’t even notice the quality difference, until or unless you have a God gifted ability to differentiate between the slightest change.
With only premium earphones being able to discern 320 kbps from 192 or 128 bit rates, those not so fussy about the finesse of audio quality can do themselves a favor by reducing the audio quality marginally. Luckily, even Apple recognizes this, and you will find that this can be easily done from the comfort of iTunes.
Microsoft showcased the much awaited, touch-optimised version of Office, while detailing Windows 10's new features at its recent event. While the touch version of Office is expected to arrive later in the year, the Redmond giant has also revealed availability details for Office 2016.
The Office 365 team posted availability details of the next big Office update on the Office Blog. The team mentions that it is working on Office 2016 and expects to make it generally available in the second half of 2015.
"We will have more to share on Office 2016 in the coming months, but this suite will remain the comprehensive Office experience you're long familiar with, best suited for a PC with keyboard and mouse," said the post.
|The last big release of Microsoft Office for Windows was Office 2013, which was released to the public in November 2012.|
Apple CEO Tim Cook got a hefty cash bonus that brought his total compensation to $9.2 million last year. That's more than double what he received the previous year, as the company enjoyed a surge in sales and profit fueled by the popularity of its new, over-sized iPhone 6 models.
Cook's pay for fiscal 2014 included $1.7 million in salary and $6.7 million in incentive pay that was awarded by Apple's board after he beat the performance goals that directors had set for him, according to a regulatory filing. He also received $774,176 in other compensation, including a 401k contribution, company-paid insurance premiums and security expenses.
Apple reported $182.8 billion in revenue for the fiscal year that ended September 27 and $39.5 billion in profit, after seeing record sales last fall. Sales of iPhones rose 21% in the company's fourth quarter, which made up for a decline in sales of iPads. Apple's annual revenue has increased in each of the last three years.
|Tim Cook also received $774,176 in other compensation, including a 401k contribution, company-paid insurance premiums and security expenses.|
REDMOND: Microsoft pulled back the curtain on the upcoming Windows 10 operating system focused on bringing harmony to the diverse array of internet gadgets in people's lives.
As it previewed the new operating system, Microsoft also unexpectedly added to the roster of modern gadgets with the unveiling of headgear that overlays holograms on the real world and lets wearers use their hands to interact with virtual objects.
Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella touted HoloLens capabilities that will debut with Windows 10 later this year as the next generation of computing.
The US technology titan is also trying to make it more natural to interact with devices, such as conversational-style speaking with the company's virtual assistant Cortana.
"The number of devices is just exploding around us," Microsoft's Terry Myerson said during a presentation to press and analysts at the company's headquarters in Redmond, Washington.
"It should be easy to put one device down and pick up another where you left off; technology needs to get out of the way."
HoloLens was touted as an entry to "the world's first holographic computing platform" which enables users to place three-dimensional holograms in the physical world.
"Until now, we've immersed ourselves in the world of technology," Microsoft's Alex Kipman said while introducing HoloLens.
"But, what if we could take technology and immerse it in our world?"
Windows Holographic creates three-dimensional images in the real world, then lets people wearing the headgear reach out and manipulate virtual objects.
Examples shown during the event ranged from someone getting visual prompts during a routine home plumbing repair to being able to virtually walk on Mars and control a rover lander actually on that planet's surface.
Kipman said he invited virtual reality innovators, including Facebook-owned Oculus VR, to explore adapting different applications for the goggles.
|Microsoft pulled back the curtain on the upcoming Windows 10 operating system focused on bringing harmony to the diverse array of internet gadget.|
IT analysts state that every day, about 150,000 computer viruses circulate globally and around 148,000 computers are at risk daily. These viruses and malware do not simply annoy and bother the millions of computer users: they can also cost individuals and organizations thousands of dollars due to the damages and security attacks they cause.
There are several things you can do to avoid viruses and malware from attacking your computer. Below are some of these helpful tips and hints:
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Microsoft on Wednesday said the upcoming Windows 10 operating system will be offered as a free upgrade to users of the most recent versions of Windows and Windows Phone software.
The announcement by Terry Myerson, who runs Microsoft's operating systems group, is a marked change for the company, which has charged for new versions of Windows, one of the main profit drivers.
Windows 10, expected on the market this autumn, will be available for one year as a free upgrade to users of Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1, Myerson said.
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The Interview has, since its announcement, been shrouded in controversy. For its flagrant mocking of North Korea, it hasn’t exactly helped preexisting tensions, and after a stuttered release, remains conspicuous by its absence on Netflix. Not for long, it would seem, for at its latest earnings call, Netflix confirmed that the flick will be available to subscribers from later this month.
The precise debut for The Interview is slated for January 24th, and barring any unforeseen delays, will be available to watch for those paying the monthly fee at no extra cost whatsoever. For those who’ve already spent the money to see The Interview, it’s a bit of a kick in the teeth, but if you’ve yet to view it and remain eager to see what all the fuss is about, then you have only a couple of days left to wait.
|‘The Interview’ Gets A Release Date For Netflix Streaming|
If you’re in the United Kingdom and wondering when this much talked-about movie will be hitting cinemas, that particular date stands at February 6th. Meanwhile, the stream on Netflix will only beam out to those in the United States and Canada, so although we now have a better impression of the state of play, the fragmented release remains as such.
Netflix remain the go-to streaming service for lovers of movies and TV shows far and wide, although many still lament the amount of time it can take for certain content to be made available. It is for this reason that many still turn to, shall we say, less than legitimate means in order to avail the most recent releases, although if The Interview has been on your “to-watch” list for some time, you’re just a couple of days away from the Netflix launch.
In 2008, a new category of portable, super-compact notebooks gained prominence, majorly due to their affordable price. These were lovingly called 'Netbooks' as the major use case for these low-power devices was internet access. As device makers started focusing on tablets (post the iPad revolution), Ultrabooks (after Apple's lightweight, super compact MacBook Air), and hybrid devices, Netbooks disappeared into oblivion.
Asus, which was among the big netbook players, offering its Eee PC devices, is all set to revive the category. It is back with EeeBook, a new low-cost, super-compact notebook. We got a chance to spend a few days with the device and here are our initial impressions...
The Asus EeeBook is not only a compact notebook, it's also lightweight which makes it easy to lug around. The device weighs just 980gram and is fairly slim at 17.5mm. It looks good and feels solid despite being a budget notebook.
We got a dark blue EeeBook as our demo unit that sported a matte finish on the lid as well as inside. It's a bit prone to smudging. The device has an 11.6-inch display with a resolution of 1366x768p. Thanks to the small screen, you'll not notice much pixilation but viewing angles are not very wide and colours distort when you don't look at the display head-on. The display is not touch-enabled so you'll not be able to use the touch-based gestures of Windows 8 but you're not really missing much.
The keyboard panel houses an island-type keyboard that is good for casual use but a little cramped. So typing for longer durations is not a very pleasant experience. The keys offer average tactile feedback. They're not backlit but then most budget laptops don't come with backlit keyboards.
|Asus EeeBook preview|