Apps and Software Guide
The government of Seoul has deemed Uber illegal and said that it will launch its own app later this year for official taxis.
Microsoft has just announced that it will be laying off 18,000 employees, with most of them coming from the company's newly acquired Nokia Devices and Services unit.
Microsoft has started to rollout the Lumia Cyan update (which includes Windows Phone 8.1) to Nokia devices worldwide. In Singapore, the first phones to get it are the Lumia 625 and 925.
Google has announced the creation of Project Zero, a team of researchers dedicated to uncovering zero-day vulnerabilities, flaws and other security issues that could represent a threat to internet users.
Apple and IBM have both announced a global partnership that will bring enterprise apps and services to iOS devices.
HTC updated its Dot View app on the Google Play Store. The update includes wallpaper customization, flexible settings and the ability to see more notifications by swiping left or right.
According to a well-connected analyst, because of various challenges, mass production of Apple's eagerly anticipated iWatch could be pushed back to as late as November.
Starting October 1, 2014, there will be three new Office 365 plans for SMBs: Office 365 Business, Office 365 Business Essentials, and Office 365 Business Premium.
An Uber passenger in Washington, D.C. claims that he was "kidnapped" and taken on a high-speed car chase through Washington, D.C. in an Uber cab.
Cortana kept her World Cup streak alive last night, after correctly predicting that Argentina would beat the Netherlands. The AI has now successfully picked the winners of all 14 World Cup knockout stage games. As for the third place match and Sunday's final, you can see her predictions here.