Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2015 just started yesterday morning in San Francisco with a number of notable updates to its OS and app ecosystem. We've also caught hold of some nuggets of information that wasn't part of the opening keynotes and you'll find all that and more in this roundup.
At the Microsoft Build developer conference, we got a chance to try out the unreleased HoloLens, a Windows 10-running mixed reality headset powered by the Windows Holographic computing platform. Is it as good as some claimed it to be? We tell you.
With Epic recently announcing that their latest gaming engine will be free for all, we take a step back and take a good hard look on whether that's actually a good thing. If it is, for who exactly?
One of the best new features of iOS 8 is the ability to (finally) add a third-party custom keyboard that will work throughout the entire operating system. iOS users, it's time to find out what you've been missing out on.
The latest version of Apple's mobile operating system is now available for download on all iPhones from the 4S on, as well as newer iPads. Here are five things you should know before deciding if you want to upgrade.
Not getting an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus despite you wanting their improved cameras so badly because you're still under contract or you find them too expensive? If you've a compatible device, here are some camera improvements in the new iOS 8 that don't cost a single dime.
Google's main event of the year was full of announcements, from an entirely new look across all Google products, to super-budget Android smartphones, PC-quality gaming on your smartphone, and Android on your wrist, car and in your TV. Here's the five most important things you need to know from Google I/O 2014.
Parallels Access has been updated to support remote desktop access to devices of various sizes, from iPhones and Android smartphones to the full-sized iPad and Android tablets. A host of new features has been introduced as well. How does the desktop experience translate to the smaller screen? We show you.
The most celebrated men's football tournament has commenced, and ever since, it has undoubtedly been the most popular topic around. Here are a few crucial mobile apps we've scoured, so you can pacify your World Cup appetite.
Looking for things to do before the Round of 16 matches begin, or sneak in some quick tech reads in between matches or during half time periods? We've some suggestions.