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".
Wednesday, 25 Jun 2014
Acronis announces True Image for Mac, offering dual protection of full system images both locally and to the Acronis Cloud. There is also Parallels Desktop support for backup and recovery of Parallels virtual machines even in their active state.
Sundar Pichai, Senior Vice President of Google, revealed to Business Week that he will be giving a preview of the next Android version at Google I/O 2014.
Tuesday, 24 Jun 2014
Microsoft has announced that it's more than doubling its free OneDrive cloud storage. For Office 365 subscribers, the bump is even greater.
Monday, 23 Jun 2014
The latest version of WeChat comes with the ability to translate text between you and your new friends from abroad, and lets you keep your conversations private with the latest Groups with Password feature.
How does Lego stay relevant in a world that is becoming increasingly digitized? The answer apparently is Fusion, a game kit that lets players create virtual towns using real Lego bricks.
If you have noticed Facebook on Android feeling quicker, it's a Facebook team trip to Africa that you have to thank.