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.
Information Technology News and Announcements for the Software and Services that matter.
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.
Here’s a valuable lesson about not letting your domain registrations lapse without winding down all the other associated services. Don’t let this happen.
This week Roku released its official apps for Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8.1. Both allow you easily access your channels and remote control it over Wi-Fi.
Google is holding its big yearly event on Wednesday this week, and if you want to watch the keynote, you have several options. You can even catch it here.
Apple TV owners will see more channels when they fire up the set-top box tonight. The new channels include ABC News, AOL, PBS Kids, and a redesigned Flickr.
Microsoft is increasing the storage space of OneDrive (formerly SkyDrive) from 7 GB to 15 GB for free users, Office 365 subscribers to get a full Terabyte
Nokia recently announced Z Launcher, an easy way to get to your Android apps, as well as to make your Android user life easier. Here’s a look at using it.
This summer AMC theaters is bringing back eight movies released in this past year for only $3 per ticket, and 100% of the proceeds go to a good cause.
World Cup 2014 is in full swing and while you can’t be in Brazil for the big competition, you can still check out stadiums by using Google Street View.
Amazon got into the smartphone business today by unveiling its first device called Fire Phone. Here’s a preview of the phone and what you expect.
Since the Surface Pro 3 release, Microsoft dropped the price of last year’s Surface Pro 2 between $100 to $200 depending on the device’s storage capacity.
This week Facebook announced that it’s going to start using all of your app and website history and serve up more targeted ads. Here’s how to stop it.