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Ciprian on Monday, July 15, 2013

An Irish technology tycoon

In today’s blog 4pm would are going to discuss a successful Irish entrepreneur, Dylan Collins, who has influenced many of the most recent technological innovations in digital entertainment and consumer trends, such as multiplayer console games and the new generation of digital-to-retail merchandise brands.   In 2003 he undertook a step which was not understandable […]

Ciprian on Thursday, July 11, 2013

Facebook Graph Search

In order to remain popular among social media users, Facebook is constantly coming up with new features and ideas to keep us all engaged. The latest development is an advanced search engine which answers users’ questions regarding people, photos, places, and interests. At first this function will only be available to the American English Facebook […]

Ciprian on Wednesday, July 10, 2013

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Ciprian on Monday, July 8, 2013

New Smartphones from Mozilla Firefox

Android and iOS are the leading players in the market, alongside their smaller players like the Blackberry or Windows phone. Now, Mozilla wants to have a piece of the cake and they have released the phones ZTE Open and Alcatel One Touch Fire running the Mozilla Firefox operating system. Both phones are rather basic and […]

Ciprian on Friday, July 5, 2013

A preview of the new Office 2013

The new Microsoft Office package has some pretty handy new improvements. 4pm has picked the main improvements that we feel will benefit you the most: New features in word: With the new Online Video button you can insert video clips. A right click on a specific word enables users to look up its definition in a […]

Ciprian on Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Windows 8.1

It wasn’t long ago that we spoke about the version 8 of  Windows . The changes Windows 8 made confused a lot of users so it didn’t take Microsoft long before they revealed an updated edition – Windows 8.1. The main disadvantage of the previous version was that it was a lot more compatible for […]

Ciprian on Monday, July 1, 2013

New Gmail Inbox

  These days everyone is using Gmail. It really is quite handy, as a Google account holder you are not restricted to just the mail function you can also write documents, create lists and even design presentations. The only disadvantage Gmail has had so far was the lack of organisation of the individual emails. But wait […]

Ciprian on Friday, June 28, 2013

New video sharing element on Instagram

          Kevin Systrom, the co-founder of Instagram, announced during Facebook`s media event last Friday(21/06) that the service will from now on also feature a video sharing element. He said the new service would include everything their fans know and love about Instagram, but it moves. To explain this step he said […]

Ciprian on Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Microsoft Office now available for iPhone

There have been lots of rumours and speculations around this topic but Microsoft have finally confirmed that its Office productivity suite is now accessible for the iPhone as a free app. The catch is you have to be an Office 365 subscriber to use this app, so there is no a la carte option, such […]

Ciprian on Friday, June 21, 2013

Information tracking gone too far?

Every one of us shares much more information than we are actually aware of. You may have already noticed that Amazon always has advertisements which match your previous purchases. But Amazon is not the only one; here are a few examples of Information tracking that you may not be aware of: 1) Facebook for example analysed the […]