- Reads from WWW
Tuesday, 18 Nov 2014
With more schools in New York using Google Apps for Education, it's no surprise that the New York City Department of Education has approved the use of Chromebooks in public schools.
Monday, 17 Nov 2014
Microsoft has unveiled a beta version of Skype for Web that allows the service to work directly in browsers.
World of Warcraft's latest expansion just launched a few days ago and while players were stoked to be able to return to Draenor, not everything proceeded as planned.
Friday, 14 Nov 2014
According to Microsoft, sales of its Xbox One console has tripled in the week following a recent US$50 price cut in the United States.
NVIDIA's Shield Tablet just got better, with Lollipop coming soon to it and with the Grid streaming service gearing up for duty in Asia, local gamers might finally get their hands on it. The details inside.
Thursday, 13 Nov 2014
If you use your iPad for lots of productivity applications, you might want to consider investing in Brydge's new keyboard, designed specifically for the iPad Air and iPad Air 2.
Wednesday, 12 Nov 2014
Spotify's CEO Daniel Ek has just wrote a long blog post defending Spotify and said that the company has thus far paid more than US$2 billion to recording labels, publishers and artists.
With all the high tech gadgets available now (and coming in the future), do you just wish sometimes for a watch that just telsl the time? Then the Ora Unica Black might be the watch you've been waiting for.
Tuesday, 11 Nov 2014
A new iteration of the Raspberry Corporation's mini computer is hitting stores as we speak. What's new in this latest model?
Google's Planetary Ventures wing has signed a lease with NASA, where it will lease the Moffett Federal Airfield for the next 60 years. While Google won't own the airfield, at least it will have access three hangars, two runways and a private golf course.