Monday, 18 Apr 2016
Skype has announced that it’s now possible to use Skype for Web, Outlook.com, Office Online and OneDrive for real-time, plugin-free voice, video and group video calling on Microsoft’s Edge browser.
Sunday, 17 Apr 2016
Apple is said to be considering a paid search model for the iOS App Store where developers pay more to have their apps displayed more prominently.
Friday, 15 Apr 2016
PSA: Uninstall QuickTime for Windows immediately as two new 0-day vulnerabilities have been uncovered!
Do uninstall QuickTime for Windows immediately as two new vulnerabilities affecting it have been uncovered. To make matters worse, Apple has stopped supporting the affected software.
Thursday, 14 Apr 2016
StarHub's new smart home initiative, HubLife, promises to deliver a user-centric smart home experience
StarHub has announced HubLife, its new smart home initiative that promises a user-centric smart living service. For a start, HubLife will be on trial; read on to uncover more details!
TensorFlow, Google's open-source deep learning software, is about to get a lot more powerful. Version 0.8 allows users to run it over multiple machines simultaneously, instead of just a single one, which means smarter neural networks in a lot less time.
Wednesday, 13 Apr 2016
Bots are coming to Facebook Messenger, and if all goes as planned, you could soon place an order online by talking to a bot. Unfortunately, we can't guarantee that none of these will become Nazis (Tay, we're looking at you).
The Mevo by Livestream is the first live camera supported by Facebook for Facebook Live videos.
With Season 6 of HBO's Game of Thrones hitting screens in two weeks, the question everyone's asking is, 'Is Jon Snow dead?'. Check out what Apple's virtual assistant Siri has to say about it.
Tuesday, 12 Apr 2016
A globe-spanning alliance between three different ride-hailing firms is going online this week. Lyft, Grab, and Didi Kuaidi passengers will soon be able to use their own app to hail rides with partner services when they travel in the US, China, or Southeast Asia.
Monday, 11 Apr 2016
The Adobe Flash weakness was up for more than a week, and it targeted Windows 10 users, eventually locking up their computers via the exploit.