Friday, 29 May 2015
Google launched a new standalone Photos app today at Google I/O 2015. It aims to improve how you store and organize your huge photo collection. Best of all, it comes with unlimited storage for all your high-res photos and videos. Yes, unlimited.
Google has unveiled Android M, the next version of Android OS, at Google I/O 2015. After the bold redesign that was Android Lollipop, M is focused on "polish and quality" with Google Senior VP Sundar Pichai saying, "we've literally solved thousands of bugs." Full details inside.
Thursday, 28 May 2015
Acronis has unveiled Acronis Access Connect, a cross-platform file access solution that aims to help businesses and enterprises integrate Macs seamlessly into Windows environments and enable workers to access files on-the-go from a variety of mobile devices.
Apple's operations chief Jeff Williams revealed during the Code Conference that native apps for the Apple Watch will be available this fall (September to November). Apple will also be releasing a new software development kit (SDK) at WWDC 2015 next month.
Periscope is finally here on Android, bringing with it new features and a fresh Material Design-inspired interface!
Wednesday, 27 May 2015
Do you have a vintage gadget? Do you have an Instagram account? Here's how you can stand a chance to win S$500 in cash to finance your next gadget purchase.
Tuesday, 26 May 2015
Microsoft has just announced some ways to make your Android phone or iPhone work better with Windows 10 on the PC, and one of them is a Cortana app.
MSI has announced that its H81M-P33 motherboard is the first to be certified as fully compliant with Windows 10. More motherboards with official WHQL certification are to follow soon from MSI.
Monday, 25 May 2015
Android Police reports that Google will be announcing a new initiative where Nexus devices will get major system updates for two years and security patches for three years from the release date of the OS. Will this new initiative address fragmentation of the Android platform?
Sunday, 24 May 2015
The next version of Google's Android operating system may be called Macadamia Nut Cookie (MNC) as this term is being referenced in the AOSP.