At the Microsoft Build developer conference, Microsoft announces something called Universal Windows Platform Bridges, toolkits that enable even Android and iOS developers to bring their apps to the Windows Store without tweaking them too much. I wonder how many would do it.
I'll admit it: Microsoft Edge (formerly known as Project Spartan) looks good, and it's getting better every day. But as a former Internet Explorer user who is now juggling between Chrome, Firefox, and Safari for both work and play, I wonder if I've the capacity to handle another browser.
It has been nearly a year since we had our last site design overhaul, but being the largest online tech portal in this region, we're continuously on the lookout to improve ourselves. This time round, we've a number of smaller site enhancements and we share some of the more notable improvements.
Santa has come earlier to unveil the refreshed HardwareZone.com. We share with you what the updated site brings to the table and the functional enhancements that have been integrated since the last revamp.
Before you purchase a tablet, what goes through your consideration? Does the hardware matter, and which particular hardware is your highest priority? Amazon's Kindle Fire tablet, priced at US$199, is perhaps a tablet worth considering.