What Happens To Free Windows 10 Upgrades After July 29?

Do you think Microsoft will actually start charging for the OS, or will they simply extend the free upgrade period?

When the company first announced the terms of that offer last May, it literally included an asterisk and fine print. Those terms have changed slightly over the intervening months, but one element has remained constant: The offer is good for one year after the availability of Windows 10.


Toyota buys Daihatsu for small-car development

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Having acquired a controlling interest in Daihatsu back in 1988, Toyota is now taking it over completely and entrusting it with developing a new generation of small cars.

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What 25 Popular Websites Used To Look Like

Whitehouse.gov and eBay were absolutely stunning in 1995/1996.

We found the earliest versions of some of the most visited websites today, like Facebook, Google, and Buzzfeed. Here’s what the sites looked like then, and what they look like now. Web design has come a long way — oh, and the ads have gotten a lot more in-your-face.


VR video brings you closer to presidential candidates

Sure, you can watch political debates and rally replays to get a feel for a presidential campaign, but what's it really like to be swept up in the fervor of a meet-and-greet or stump speech? The New York Times might help you find out. It just release…

NASCAR Owner Rick Hendrick Paid $1.2 Million For The First 2017 Acura NSX

As for your dreams of owning VIN No. 001 of the 2017 Acura NSX, well… they’re not happening. Better luck next time. That honor will go to NASCAR team owner Rick Hendrick, who paid nearly eight times the car’s price tag for rights to make the first custom order.

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iPad Air 3 May Have 4K Panel And 4GB RAM

Many are skeptical of the next iPad having such a high-resolution panel, as that would make it superior to the iPad Pro’s offering.

Apple is expected to unveil new models of its iPad Air in March 2016 and production will start in the second quarter, with General Interface Solution and TPK Holding to supply touch panels, according to Taiwan-based supply chain makers. The new 9.7-inch device will reportedly come equipped with a 4K resolution panel and up to 4GB in RAM, in addition to improved battery life.