Even before its existence was officially revealed to the world, Microsoft’s new internet browser for Windows 10 has been fondly referred to via its code name Project Spartan. As it turns out, the browser does have a proper name and Microsoft has finally revealed it during the company’s Build 2015’s keynote earlier today.
So, say hello to Microsoft Edge.
[Update] Google apologises for the image, says it’s made by a Map Maker user, not Google employee.
This is definitely the weirdest thing happening on the internet tonight. If you browse Google Maps to Rawalpindi, a city located in northern Pakistan, you will be greeted with an image of an Android mascot peeing on the Apple’s logo.
Jaring, Malaysia’s first internet provider, has ended up under liquidation. The court order reportedly came last Thursday, with first news appearing over the weekend. Jaring was originally a subsidiary of Mimos Berhad, but was eventually taken over by the Finance Ministry; it was under the Ministry that the company was sold to Utusan Printcorp.
— Twitter (@twitter) April 23, 2015
If you’re too busy to keep checking Twitter for all the latest updates that you care about, Twitter has a new tool to help you out. The social network has just announced Highlights for Android, a simple summary version of Twitter that sends relevant Tweets to users via push notification.
Google previously introduced ‘find my phone’ and the company now has a new feature that allow users to send directions to their mobile devices right from their desktop browser. This prepares the user even before they start driving, ridding the fuss of entering an address while driving.