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.
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Microsoft announced this week that it’s in the process of rolling out the new revamped MSN site as well as new rebranded and updated MSN apps.
Microsoft is scheduled to hold a one hour briefing tomorrow at 10am PT from San Francisco to show off the future of its desktop operating Windows 9.
Photography has gone a long way since the old days of manual focus lenses and film. Here’s six unique androidography apps that are close to DSLR quality.
Apple today released iOS 8.0.2 which I supposed to fix issues caused in the highly criticized 8.0.1 update – which Apple eventually pulled.
Microsoft this week released a new update for users who are part of the Preview for Developers program. The new build started rolling out on Wednesday.
If you turn on your Apple TV (2nd or 3rd gen) you should see the new FX Now channel in the lineup. And this time Apple TV gets the channel before Roku
This promotion is for a limited time, and mainly aimed at iPhone users. However, it also covers Android and Windows Phone users too. Everyone gets 30 GB.
While the majority of attention is being placed on Apple’s new iPhone and iOS 8 this week, but Apple TV 3rd-gen also received some significant updates.
This week Microsoft unveiled it’s new Universal Mobile keyboard that works with iOS, Android, and of course tablets that run Windows 8.1 or RT versions.
Apple finally backtracked and is allowing you to remove the U2 album that you never even asked for from your cloud based iTunes account. Here’s how.
Microsoft announced a new revamped MSN over the weekend, and you can check it out now. The company says it’s built with more emphasis on mobile and cloud.
Facebook doesn’t have a very good reputation when it comes to privacy and security, but the company is trying to change that with its Privacy Checkup tool.
Google this week announced the availability of a stable release of Chrome, which is available in a 64-bit version for both Windows 8 and Windows 7 users.