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Thursday, 17 October 2013

PDFConvertor, an Online Tool for converting Documents from PDF.

I came across this tool which lets you convert PDF documents to Power Point files in ppt. format, should you need for editing or creating interactive slide shows. This is a free tool and is widely used by Students, Professors and public speakers around the world, and it seems that its popularity is growing. The best thing is that you don't need to install anything!

The Link to the converter is this:

Below are its main features:

1) It's completely free to use.
2) People can convert as many files as they want, no limits.
3) There is a Document File Size limit of 2 MB (but it may be upgraded in the near future).
4) The Converter makes very smooth and accurate conversions.
5) It is very quick and users usually receive their converted documents in less a minute or two.

The way to use the tool is the following:

1) You upload your PDF document.
2) Type your email address.
3) Click "Start".

The company also provides other PDF converting services. You can browse through their site here:

Top 5 Most Overpriced Tech!

Here's a video I found which makes a lot of sense in my opinion. 

A list of overpriced technology, and why!

The Tech Goggles is Back!

Dear all,

I would like to apologize for not posting last week due to personal problems.

The Tech Goggles will continue today!

Hope you all enjoy reading the articles :)

Alex Cutajar

Thursday, 3 October 2013

Adobe had been attacked by Hackers

As this link reports, Adobe, the company behind your Flash Player, Photoshop, AutoCad, and so on and so forth, was being hacked earlier today.

The act included illegal access to the company's customer information and code related to its programs. It is believed that the hackers messed up with some of the customer's information, probably making it different for each customer. The data included names, credit/ debit card numbers, and expiration dates. Credit card numbers were in encrypted form and thus there is very little risk one might decrypt them.

Adobe's customers sum up to 2.9 Million.

Messaging Problems With iOS7

There had been problems with messaging with people using iOS7. It seems that sometimes messages are failing to send. This is not due a signal fault, but due to the new software update.

It seems that users have come up with a remedy to "by- pass" this, by restarting their phone. However, sometimes it can get frustrating. The issue is only with iMessage, that is - sending a message to other users who have iPhones too.

Since now feedback with the new iOS7 has been very positive, especially with regards to battery life, except for the fact that it made some users sick, being "too flashy"!

Wednesday, 2 October 2013

Windows XP to die in Munich

Microsoft is to stop giving support to the still popular version of Windows, Windows XP in April 2014. Windows XP is still popular with old desktop PCs, as it is perhaps the best Windows Version released by Microsoft, being stable and efficient. 

After Microsoft end with their support, it is known that Windows XP will probably get infiltrated with spyware and viruses, making this popular operating system a living hell to work with.

This is why Munich has decided to take action on this, to not let its citizens be prone to such hackers and spyware. Munich has decided to start distributing Ubuntu 12.04 CDs to replace Windows XP.

Around 2,000 CDs are being prepared. These are all free to share, copy and distribute. This is not the first time that Munich has done something in favour of Linux. 

Tuesday, 1 October 2013

Visitors of this Site prefer Android as a Mobile Platform.

73% of the poll's voters voted for Android as their favourite Mobile Platform. A total of 89 Voters participated in the site's first Poll.

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