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Monday, 28 Oct 2013
Google recently launched Google WiFi Passport in Jakarta, Indonesia, that provides free and affordable wireless online access through designated Wi-Fi hotspots. This service is only available to Android users, whose devices are running Android 2.2 (Froyo) and above.
Wednesday, 23 Oct 2013
Roccat has announced that its Power-Grid app is now available for download as the software reaches its open beta phase. The software turns the smartphone into a fully customizable remote control for the PC, extending the environment of the gamer onto their smartphone.
BlackBerry announced that its instant messaging app, the BlackBerry Messenger, has been downloaded over 10 million times by Android and iPhone users in the past 24 hours.
OS X Mavericks is the tenth major version of OS X, Apple’s operating system for the Mac. It was announced earlier at WWDC in June 2013, and Apple has just announced that it is now available free on the Mac App Store. Not sure if OS X Mavericks is for you? Here are eight key features to look forward to.
Tuesday, 22 Oct 2013
CyberLink has announced a new update to PowerDVD 13, a media player for Blu-ray, 3D & HD video that adds support for Miracast, enabling wireless delivery of HD videos and Blu-ray movies to certified devices.
BlackBerry just announced that its instant messenger service, BBM is now available for download on Android and iPhones.
Monday, 21 Oct 2013
This is the fourth market in which the app has been launched, after Malaysia, the Philippines, and Thailand. Presently, the GrabTaxi app is the only taxi booking app in Singapore that connects the commuter directly to the taxi driver's personal smartphone.
Instead of relying on malware signatures - which are ineffective against today's constantly changing threats - the platform detonates Android apps within the FireEye Multi-Vector Virtual Execution (MVX) engine to provide automated mobile threat assessment.
Friday, 18 Oct 2013
Following the release of Samsung Knox, the South Korean tech giant is working on developing version 2.0 of the security software, which will include more security features and offer compatibility across more devices.
The Ubuntu Edge may have failed to see the light of day, but you can now create your own Ubuntu smartphone with the release of Ubuntu “Saucy Salamander” 13.10, the first Linux distribution to explicitly support smartphones and tablets (as well as desktop PCs).