Apple could be set to include Beats Music in its new versions of iOS starting from next year onwards. The music streaming service will supposedly be bundled with iOS devices and will be included as a standard feature in a future update to iOS some time in early 2015. According to a report from Financial Times, the service will continue to use its subscription-based model and will likely be rebranded.
In addition to the announcement of the new AMD Carrizo mobile APU that will be released in 2015, here comes yet another important revelation from the on-going AMD’s Future of Compute press event in Singapore:Samsung has announced that Ultra HD (UHD) monitors that the company will be releasing in 2015 will come standard with the support for AMD FreeSync technology.
People who are playing Far Cry 4 on the PC have complained that there is no method to adjust the Field of View (FOV) in the game. Little did they know, the update with the added FOV option was included in the day one patch. Those who did not receive the patch had most probably pirated the game.
Android 5.0 Lollipop has begun rolling out to devices, and some users are complaining that it is making their devices unusable. Some users are reporting WiFi and audio issues, while apps built with Adobe Air have been removed from Nexus device and are refusing to be reinstalled.
It is generally considered to be good practice to use a different password each account, although most users will admit that this is easier said than done. This has lead to an increased use of password managers to automatically remember passwords, and this in turn has apparently caused malware to switch to targeting these password managers.
iOS users will no longer see apps listed as free in the App Store. Instead, the wording is replaced by the word ‘Get’ and followed by small print indicating that in-app purchases can be made. It may take a bit of adjusting to get used to the new look, but it is supposed to allow consumers to make a more informed choice when they download apps.
It definitely feels good to see smartphone manufacturers preparing the Android 5.0 Lollipop update for their devices. Earlier, we saw several screenshots of the HTC One (M8) running on the latest Android Lollipop version based on HTC Sense 6.0 UI and now, thanks to Sammobile, say hello to an in-depth look of how Lollipop looks on a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 with TouchWiz.