Friday, 10 Jul 2015
Four months after releasing the preview for public testing and seven updates later, Microsoft has today announced the official availability of Office 2016 for Mac in 139 countries and 16 languages. Office 365 subscribers can get it today.
Thursday, 9 Jul 2015
Sony's Folding@Home 2.0 Android app now lets you contribute your smartphone's processing power to scientific research at any time. It also adds new social and gamified elements, so you can collaborate with and compete against other users.
Not to make you worried, but actually, you should be worried. Adobe has released an emergency update for Flash player, and you should really go and update it now. Here's why.
Acronis has announced the Acronis Data Protection Platform, comprising of features like a new version of Acronis Cloud Backup, Acronis Files Cloud, and a global disaster recovery service.
Tuesday, 7 Jul 2015
Two new apps are coming to Windows 10: Groove and Movies & TV. For the most part, they're the successors to Xbox Music and Xbox Video.
Instagram has changed the way it is saving photos. It is now saving them at a higher resolution, allowing for sharper and prettier photos.
Monday, 6 Jul 2015
Mozilla has opened up beta testing of its Firefox with VR virtual reality browser to external developers. This is part of MozVR, Mozilla's initiative to spearhead development of an open VR platform for the Web.
SteelSeries has announced GameSense, a beta software bundled with SteelSeries Engine 3.4.0 and later that helps gamers improve in-game awareness with striking LED visual cues and indicators on their RGB-illuminated peripherals.
Sunday, 5 Jul 2015
For those following, this is actually the third build in four days.
Friday, 3 Jul 2015
MasterCard is launching a pilot program this fall to test the use of facial recognition as a way of approving online purchases.