PolitiFact wants to bring the same kind of fact-checking it performs on political statements to commentary by radio and TV talk-show hosts, bloggers and newspaper columnists -- but is what the new service wants to do even possible?
When you work long hours in front of a computer, you may have experienced some of the ill-effects that may come along with it. This ranges from an aching body because of how you sit or stand in front of the computer to headaches, dry or tired eyes that may be caused by looking at […]The post EyePro 3: Say Goodbye to Computer Vision Syndrome appeared first on gHacks Technology News.
Slowly but surely, browser maker Mozilla is rolling out its own mobile operating system, and prospective buyers can already grab a handset -- the ZTE Open and Alcatel One are available through Ebay. The OS has not yet managed to catch on, though its still very early in the process. However, Mozilla is steadily pushing […]The post Mozilla announces Firefox OS 1.1, adds new features appeared first on gHacks Technology News.
Ads are ubiquitous — when you're trying to watch a movie, listen to music or read news headlines. They've become so entrenched in how we consume media that an ad-free web sounds like a '90s utopia.That may not be the case anymore with a little box called AdTrap. The device completely block ads from websites, videos, music streams and mobile apps that use a Wi-Fi connection. It doesn't require any software or configuration — just plug it in between your router and modem. The firewall box works with all browsers and devices. Users can also enable AdTrap anywhere on their mobile devices, which enables ad blocking over cellular 3G and 4G. Cellular traffic from the device routes through their home AdTrap, which blocks all ads on the device. Read more... More about Ads, Wifi, Mobile Advertising, Devic…
Programs like Classic Shell saw an incredible boost in popularity with the release of Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system. The core reason for that was the fact that they added features back to the operating system that Microsoft removed from it, or changed in a way that user's did not like. Most notable features are […]The post Classic Shell 4.0 final released, drops Vista support appeared first on gHacks Technology News.