Reports are appearing that claim Microsoft has already begun planning updates for Windows 10 well into 2016. There is little information about what these updates entail, aside from the fact that they are working under the codename “Redstone”.
Windows RT, the lighter ARM version of Windows 8, will not be receiving the free Windows 10 update. In fact, it will only be getting and upgrade that provides some of the functionality of Windows 10. Which is not entirely a problem as the operating system was never popular to begin with.
A Windows Phone fan group has posted a screenshot of what appears to be a new update for devices running Lumia Denim. The update appears to remove the Preview for Developers, and leaving the Phone Insider app.
Competition in the smartwatch market is set to heat up in the coming months, and Pebble has openly embraced the changes brought on by Android Wear. The Pebble Android App 2.3.0 will allow the smartwatch to display and interact with Android Wear notifications, and does a few other things that Google’s smartwatch OS isn’t capable […]
World of Tanks is introducing a new game mode which restricts teams to tanks of the same nation. The mode, named Confrontation, will allow players to experience a new dynamic of learning to play around the strengths and weaknesses of each individual nation. Along with the new mode is a winter-themed version of the Himmelsdorf map, […]
Wargaming has announced that the latest update for World of Tanks will be going live on 26 December. The update will bring with it 16 new tanks. Fourteen of those tanks will be from the new Japanese tech tree, while the remaining two expand the Russian medium tank line. Historically, Japanese tanks were designed with […]
Before we begin, yes, Friendster is still alive; it was killed off in April 2011 and a couple of months later, a beta version soon made an appearance. We don’t really know what happened after that but Friendster was soon revived and was relaunched again earlier this year in May and since then, the team […]
How many of you are users of Google Now? As much as I love Google Now and all the amazing things it is capable of doing, I feel a little left out because after an entire month playing with the Samsung Galaxy Note II, the most cards I got at a time were 5 and […]
Calling all iOS users, if you haven’t already check for an app update from the App Store, do so now because Google have some updates you’d hate yourself for not getting. Gmail for iOS has now been updated to version 2.0 with a brand new look and multiple account support. On top of a simpler […]
It looks like today is an auspicious day for developers to release updates for their apps, I’ve been seeing quite a number of news regarding app updates that brings fixes, improvements, as well as new features and if you haven’t check your mobile devices for an update yet, here are a few notable ones that […]
Calling all HTC One X users, if you haven’t checked your device for an update, it’s time to do so right about now. Earlier this morning I checked for an update for my One X and received 2 – the first one was a typical software update, a rather small one that requires a restart […]
One of the best thing about the review Samsung Galaxy Note II we have with us right now, apart from the S Pen and suite of S Pen apps from Samsung that is, is the fact that it runs on Android Jelly Bean, giving it access to other goodies such as Google Now. If you’re […]
You know how Facebook has got multiple apps for your mobile devices such as a separate messenger app and a camera app? Well, why have so many when you can have all of them in one? Facebook recently announced an update that brings Messaging and multi image uploads into its main social networking app. The […]