- Apps and Software
Tuesday, 17 May 2016
Google has detailed plans to begin blocking Flash content by default in Chrome by the end of the year. Is this the final nail in Flash's coffin?
Wordsmiths rejoice! According to a Bloomberg report, Twitter will soon stop counting links and photos towards its 140 character limit, giving users the freedom to compose more verbose tweets.
Apple has updated GarageBand with new Chinese instruments and extensive Chinese language localization, allowing users to create Chinese-inspired music on their iOS and Macs.
You may want to reconsider using the Runkeeper app on your Android phone after reading this.
Friday, 13 May 2016
Apple has invested US$1 billion (~S$1.38 billion) into Didi Chuxing, a Chinese ride-hailing service, similar to GrabTaxi and Uber. Apple CEO, Tim Cook, said that the move, among other things, is intended to help Apple better understand China.
Facebook announced that its users can soon view and upload 360-degree photos on the News Feed.
Want to be the first to try out Samsung Pay in Singapore? Hit the link to find out how!
Wednesday, 11 May 2016
Instagram just revealed a cleaner look and a new app icon! Read on to find out more about the changes!
Windows 7 users running certain ASUS motherboards have found that a particular Windows 7 update is rendering their systems entirely useless. Here's what you can do to make sure it doesn't happen to you.
Microsoft is rolling out a Windows 10 update that will allow apps and games based on its Universal Windows Platform (UWP) to uncouple their framerates from the monitor's refresh rate. UWP-based games will also now support AMD FreeSync and NVIDIA G-Sync for smoother gameplay.