Friday, 20 May 2016
Google has unveiled two new communications apps, Allo and Duo. These apps aim to transform the way users communicate. How would you like Smart Replies? Find out about that and more in this report!
Thursday, 19 May 2016
Android Pay went operational late last year, but it was only applicable to the USA. Now, it's available outside of USA. Who else got lucky?
Netflix has just announced Fast.com, a website that lets users quickly and accurately find out the speed of their Internet connection.
The next iteration of Mac OS X is expected to integrate Siri. Here's what Siri on the new OS X could look like.
Wednesday, 18 May 2016
According to the New York Times, Google plans to announce Google Home, a voice-activated home device that will function like a personal concierge, answering questions and obeying your commands.
MacRumors is reporting that the latest iOS 9.3.2 update has bricked some 9.7-inch iPad Pros.
Tuesday, 17 May 2016
Acronis has announced an initiative to develop applications based on blockchain technology, with the goal of providing more robust and tamper-proof data protection solutions to both individuals and businesses.
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.