With the arrival of Android 4.4 KitKat, you’re probably wondering when and if you’ll be getting a piece of the action. A number of announcements from different companies should help answer that question. However, this isn’t supposed to be a …Read More »
Twitter has updated the way tweets look on the web and on its iOS and Android apps to be more visual and hopefully, more engaging.
Essentially, the update means that tweets will now include previews for images and videos from …Read More »
For those of you waiting for a new update for your Windows device, think you will have to settle with Windows 8.1 until 2015. A rumor report by PC Authority has claimed that the next Windows refresh (major update) won’t …Read More »
According to the Apple support forums, several iPhone 5s users are having trouble with their new handset. It apparently kicks in the Blue Screen of Death then reboots itself. Who would have thought that in the year 2013 an Apple …Read More »
Apple has quietly updated its iMac desktop computers with refreshed components designed to improve performance. The new models feature Intel’s 4th-generation Haswell processors with integrated Iris Pro graphics for the 21.5-inch model, and the latest NVIDIA GeForce 700 series graphics …Read More »
At Google’s Chrome and Android event, the company announced the latest version of Android: Android 4.3. This is the third incremental upgrade for Jelly Bean and it adds somewhat minor but useful features to the operating system.
First off is …Read More »
As part of its monthly update to Google Glass, the company has announced a long-awaited feature for the wearable device: a full web browser. Previously, when you performed Google web searches, you’d be treated to results that comprised of a …Read More »
There are certainly many things that are only possible on bigger and bulkier DSLRs, but recent advancements have made some smaller, more pocket-sized cameras good enough that even discerning pros would be comfortable using them. Sony’s RX100 and RX1 are …Read More »
Gone are the days of exploring Google Maps in satellite view and being blocked by a pesky cloud! Google has unveiled new high-resolution imagery that will power both Google Maps and Google Earth. Besides making our beloved planet a whole …Read More »
Samsung updates Galaxy S4 with ability to transfer apps to SD card due to complaints of storage space
Early last month, users that purchased the 16GB version of the Samsung Galaxy S4 had an unpleasant surprise waiting for them. Despite being called the 16GB version, people soon discovered that they only had around 9GB of storage left to …Read More »
A Mozilla Firefox developer, Jono DiCarlo, has finally found the need to express his feelings as he posted a lengthy and well-written post which has triggered some quite interesting debates and discussions.
DiCarlo, in his blog post, points out that …Read More »
I have good and bad news for you all today. Microsoft has announced Windows Phone 8, the next version of their Windows Phone operating system. That is the good news. The bad news is Windows Phone 8 has major changes …Read More »
Samsung’s flagship smartphone, Samsung Galaxy S III has reportedly received it’s first ever official firmware upgrade. While some reports suggest that the update is available only via Kies, many Galaxy S3 users have reported that the upgrade is available OTA …Read More »