Tuesday, 14 Jul 2015
As Windows 10 continues its march towards RTM status and its July 29 public release, we now have a leak on the OS' retail packaging.
Facebook's security chief, Alex Stamos, has said in a tweet that he wants Adobe to set a date for Flash to be killed off.
Samsung has filed a trademark for Apps Edge, which hints that the company may be developing apps optimized to make use of the edge displays of its Galaxy devices.
Monday, 13 Jul 2015
Another Flash Player exploit has been discovered, at this point we should all either disable our browser's Flash Player or simply uninstall Flash altogether.
Apple Music may have only just launched, but US government Federal Trade Commission antitrust regulators are already looking into claims over whether Apple's treatment of rival streaming music apps on its App Store platform is illegal under antitrust laws.
BlackBerry announced that it would be working with Google to bring a more secure, enterprise version of Android Lollipop. Read on to find out more.
While a new build isn’t surprising to us, the fact that it has the same build number as the latest preview build for PCs is, as this suggests Microsoft considers both to be at the level of polish.
Sunday, 12 Jul 2015
Google plans to improve its spam filter feature on Gmail by introducing an artificial neural network that can detect and block especially sneaky spam. Read on to find out more!
Friday, 10 Jul 2015
Another day, another preview build for Windows 10. This time, it’s Build 10166, and it’s now available for testers in the Fast ring.
According to reports, touch-optimized Office universal apps will also be generally available on July 29, the same day Microsoft releases Windows 10 for PCs and tablets.