Here’s a look at a couple interesting features that Cortana can do that you might not be away she can to. Cortana can roll the dice or flip a coin.
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This new version of iTunes is obviously designed for OS X Yosemite which was released this week, but Windows users can update their version of iTunes too.
Facebook announced today that it is launching Safety Check, a tool that lets you notify friends and family if your safe during a natural disaster.
Apple’s iPhone 6 Plus is bending peoples pockets, and now the iPhone 6 is ruining people’s hair! Or is it? Here’s a look at both of the issues.
Google announced new Nexus devices and the new mobile OS Android 5.0 Lollipop. The new devices are the Nexus 6 phablet, Nexus 9 tablet, and Nexus Player.
Apple’s new mobile OS, iOS 8 has a lot of new features. If you’re new to iOS 8, here’s a look at a few new and hidden features and tips you should know.
It’s Apple season and the company has been busy introducing new software and devices the past few months and tomorrow its showing off new devices and more.
Roku started rolling out the release of its screen mirroring feature so you can share what’s on your screen from select Windows 8.1 and Android devices.
Here’s a look at using the utility called Rufus to create a bootable USB flash drive for Windows 10 which is actually much faster than Microsoft’s tool.
Microsoft’s Windows 10 Technical Preview is an early look at the next desktop OS, and here’s a look at features that should make it to the final release.
Apple started allowing developers more freedom for their apps, most notably the Notification widgets. Currently Facebook and Twitter need to be added.
Microsoft launched feature for Bing it calls a “Lyrics experience” and it allows you to see full lyrics for a favorite song on the search results page.
Microsoft launched it’s early build of its next desktop operating system, Windows 10. This is a Technical Preview for enthusiasts, IT pros, and developers.
Microsoft held a one hour briefing today and surprised us all by announcing the name of the new OS. It’s not called Windows 9, instead it’s Windows 10.