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Monday, 7 Jul 2014
Been at an airport recently and saw a lot of people crowding around power outlets charging their mobile devices? A Samsung ad says these are probably not Galaxy S5 users.
Friday, 4 Jul 2014
TripAdvisor has just announced that its smartphone app for iOS and Android devices will now offer offline functionality such as reviews, photos and city maps.
Thursday, 3 Jul 2014
So, you're still running the original version of Windows 8 or Windows RT 8.0, because you can't coax Windows Store to perform the Windows 8.1 update? A solution is at hand.
Wednesday, 2 Jul 2014
Microsoft has just shared three important milestones that honor its earlier promise for increased security and transparency of its online and software products.
Tuesday, 1 Jul 2014
Google is ceasing development in its Quickoffice smartphone app now that it has released Google Docs and Google Sheets. It is also terminating its Orkut social network for its more popular brothers YouTube, Blogger and Google+.
An update to the iTunes U app will provide new tools and functionalities for educators to create and manage courses directly on the iPad; students will also be able to participate in discussions and ask their teachers questions without having to exit the app.
Monday, 30 Jun 2014
You can now try Google's new keyboard from the Android L Developer Preview by downloading it from the Play Store. It is free and should work on devices running Android 4.0 and above.
Friday, 27 Jun 2014
Following Apple's announcement of its new HomeKit API, the latest rumors are suggesting that Apple is exploring the possibility of making smart home devices.
At just US$10 per month per user, Google Drive for Work offers unlimited storage along with business class security, ultra large file uploads and more. Should competitive cloud storage solution providers like Microsoft OneDrive be concerned? More details after the jump.
Thursday, 26 Jun 2014
We still don't know if its Lollypop, Liquorice or Lemon Meringue, but we do know that Google's Android L Developer Preview will bring with it an all-encompassing visual reboot that will span the entire user experience. Meet "Material Design".