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Information Technology News and Announcements for the Software and Services that matter.
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.
Amazon is celebrating its Fire TV set-top box and allowing you to pick it up for just $84.00 for a limited time. The sale is to celebrate a ton of new apps.
Microsoft released the next set of updates for its controversial operating system Windows 8.1. It’s ready to download now and here’s what you can expect.
Microsoft announced last week in its By the Numbers webpage that the Windows Phone Store now has over 300,000 apps and games. The smartphone keeps going.
This week Microsoft announced that it’s cloud storage service, OneDrive, is coming to the Amazon Kindle Fire tablets and Amazon’s new Fire Phone.
If you’re an IT Pro, student, or just a geek who wants to learn more about Microsoft’s current software and services, you can choose from 300 free eBooks.
Microsoft is improving the security of its popular consumer cloud services Outlook.com and OneDrive. Here’s a look at what this means to you as a user.
Apple released an update for iPad, iPhone and iPods touch (5th gen or higher) that are running iOS 7 this week. It does contains security and bug fixes.