- Reads from WWW
Friday, 29 Jan 2016
Can you ever have too much RAM? Apparently not, especially if you're running a server system.
Latest Surface Pro 4 firmware update should solve many (but not all) of the tablet's outstanding issues
Microsoft has just released its sixth firmware update for the Surface Pro 4 tablet. A fairly substantial update, I hope that this is a sign that Microsoft is finally focusing on solving the tablet’s many still outstanding problems.
Microsoft has announced that it’s now offering all Cloud Storage Partner Program partners the chance to integrate with Office for iOS. After Dropbox, Box is now onboard, with more coming soon.
What to search through your pile of email quickly? The updated Inbox by Google may just have the answer.
A leaked schematics of the Apple iPad Air 3 published by French tech site nowhereelse seems to suggest that Apple is focusing on entertainment and photography for the upcoming iPad Air 3. Read on to find out more!
Thursday, 28 Jan 2016
Google's ramping up their operations here, which means the company's on the hunt for new recruits.
Google’s DeepMind artificial intelligence, called “AlphaGo”, will take on the top player of the world in March, having beaten another Go champion at five games to nothing.
Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed during the company's recent financial earnings call that he expects sales of iPhones to drop for the first time next quarter.
KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims Apple is preparing to launch two versions of the iPhone 7 Plus this year with one model sporting a dual-camera design.
Korean publication Electronic Times reports that Samsung is planning to roll out an annual phone upgrade program for its users. Will it be available worldwide? Hit the link to find out more!