By default Windows 8 updates automatically, and turns on the computer to do it. But you can easily change this behavior in Windows’ Action Center. More Reading:
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If you’re a fan of SoundCloud, then the latest upgrade for the Flipboard Android app is sure to please. It even plays audio streams from other websites.
Skype just updated to version 6. It brings in some big new features, most noticeably it’s now a multi-messenger for Facebook and Hotmail.
Keeping Windows 8 up to date can protect you from security vulnerabilities. Auto updates are enabled by default, but you can do a manual update too.
Microsoft release a major update to Windows 8 this week, and unveiled what its new update strategy — continuous upgrades.
If you’re not using Tweetcaster for Twitter on your Android device yet, you’re missing out on a lot of features not available on the official Twitter app. The latest update includes the tweet scheduling service buffer.
Has Apple finally eliminated the need to keep iTunes installed on my computer? Could be. Apple iOS 5 devices like the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch now get software updates directly on the device via iTunes. But you don’t have to. Here’s how to get iOS updates more directly — it’s easy to update your […]
At present you can take screenshots on your Android device by using the Android SDK, or you can use an app from the Android Market. The only catch is that with all existing versions of Android, the screenshot apps require that you have rooted your phones; something not everyone is comfortable doing. But, with the […]
Back in December of 2010 the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) filed a privacy inquiry of Facebook. Since then, Facebook has responded to the Department’s request and in their 26-page letter they stated that “what users need is not more information, but clearer and more meaningful information.” As a result, Facebook is now testing out a […]
Do you ever search for something in Google, and then find that the top search results are nothing but empty pages full of advertisements and a partial reference to your query? This is a problem that Google has been battling for the last few years! And, yesterday Google released an update that could strike a […]
In their debut 14th release, WordPress calls the new version “Reinhardt.” With this update WordPress has fixed over 800 bugs, and taken the leap from blogging software to a basic Content Management System (CMS). Don’t panic if you can’t get it up and running right away, this release doesn’t contain any security fixes. But, there […]
Yesterday Google updated the way their navigation bar works across some of their services. They’ve streamlined the link tabs on the left side of the bar, and on the right-side there is a new gear button that provides a new drop-menu feature. Have you seen it yet? The old Gmail and Google navigation […]
The last we heard of SP1 for Windows was the rumor started by Microsoft’s Russia site. But now it is official -as of today, Microsoft has released the OEM version of Windows 7 SP1 to PC manufacturers around the world. Also included in the release is the first service pack for Windows Sever 2008 R2. […]
Google has released the Gingerbread (version 2.3) update for Android, but who actually has it at this point besides Nexus phone users? While Gingerbread isn’t a huge OS upgrade over Froyo (versoin 2.2), the keyboard certainly is. The installation is an APK file and installs just like an app, so don’t worry, this keyboard doesn’t […]