Thursday, 30 Apr 2015
At the Build developer conference, Microsoft has shared more details on what the Windows Store will offer to end-users, businesses, and developers.
Today at Build, Windows chief Terry Myerson laid out more plans for the company's Universal Windows Platform strategy. And it involves Android and iOS.
Project Spartan, the successor to Internet Explorer, finally has a name, and it's Microsoft Edge.
Microsoft has just announced Visual Studio Code, a code-optimized editor that runs on Windows, Mac, and Linux machines.
Wednesday, 29 Apr 2015
Got a Microsoft Band? Microsoft has just released a rather huge update for its Microsoft Health app today. Don't have a fitness tracker? This update is for you too.
Dropbox has introduced a new comments feature that allows users to discuss shared files without leaving the browser window. It is also working on a beta program for Dropbox Notes, which enables multiple users to edit a document à la Google Docs.
Apple announced today that there are over 3,500 apps available for the Apple Watch. This is a rather impressive number considering that developers were only allowed to submit apps for approval from March 31st.
Tuesday, 28 Apr 2015
Facebook has rolled out video calling for its Messenger platform in select countries, with support in other regions to follow in the coming months.
Thursday, 23 Apr 2015
Devices on iOS 8 might not be as secure as you expect. The discovery of a new exploit means hackers can potentially render them useless with very little effort.
Windows Insiders on the Fast ring, you’ve a new desktop build for the Windows 10 Technical Preview.