Google is reportedly working on Android P already and some big changes could be in store. Most notably, the next version of Android could embrace iPhone X-like notches to better accommodate minimal bezels.
Google February 13, 2018
Slack has been rated the best software company with the top products in the US, according to G2 Crowd. Meanwhile, Apple, Facebook, and Twitter fell off the list.
Business Tech January 20, 2018
NASA issues a challenge to speed up its supercomputer by 10 to 10,000 times its current speed. Qualified contestants can win up to $15,000 If successful.
Feature | Science May 5, 2017
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration has released its latest 2017-2018 software catalog complete with the coolest apps and library of codes to geek out about.
Apps/Software March 2, 2017
Students and teachers can now purchase professional apps like Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X together as part of a bundle for $200.
Apple February 3, 2017
Researchers at the Karolinska Institutet and University of Gothenburg in Sweden recently generated the software called Green Listed to facilitate the use of CRISPR-Cas9, making information texts and films available for free non-profit and academic use.
Biotech January 5, 2017
Google just disclosed a critical, zero-day vulnerability in Windows, and Microsoft is not happy about it. Just 10 days after notifying Microsoft of the exploit, Google turned the heat up by publicly disclosing the flaw before Microsoft issued a fix.
Security October 31, 2016
A revolutionary new software technology for a clinical trial hopes to shorten prostate cancer treatment visits to five. The team behind it is now looking for participants.
Life March 24, 2016
Apple's new CareKit enables patients to track their own medical conditions, health, medications and share medical data to their health care providers. It's a close cousin to ResearchKit, which was released in 2015.
Apps/Software March 23, 2016
Want to write the Great American Novel? Google now has a tool for Docs that will let you navigate your manuscript with ease.
Apps/Software March 9, 2016
The U.S. Department of Defense will beef its security and IT infrastructure with Microsoft’s help. To do so, the department will roll out 4 million Windows 10 copies on its PCs, hailing the OS’s robust safety features.
Apps/Software February 18, 2016
Apple has recently acquired education software developer LearnSprout, a San Francisco-based startup. Apple is planning to create educational tools for the iPad, sources say.
Business January 29, 2016
Samsung has been facing increased competition and it's now bracing for a challenging 2016, amid concerns of a weak global economic growth. The company urged employees to find ways to handle competition as software and platforms trump hardware.
Business January 5, 2016
A new report indicated that Samsung’s focus on hardware as opposed to proprietary software development is a big reason for the downturn in the company’s fortunes. While it appears Samsung is making some moves to right the ship, it may be too little, too late.
Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech December 28, 2015
iPad Pro owners who had issues with the tablet becoming unresponsive after charging are now in for some good news. Apple released its latest iOS 9.2 update and confirmed that it should prevent the problem from occurring again.
Apps/Software December 9, 2015
Software designed by researchers at the University of Washington lets users apply the mannerisms of one person onto the face of another — all with the help of images gleaned from the Internet.
Apps/Software December 8, 2015
Xperia Overlay has released neat new updates for older Sony devices, allowing them to get a treat of newer Android and Xperia software. Several devices already got a number of neat improvements and more will follow soon.
Apps/Software November 9, 2015
Disney Research has come up with new 3D printing software that essentially allows users to create mounts to connect items to other devices. The software not only seems like it could be very useful, but it also helps make 3D printing easy to do.
Apps/Software November 6, 2015
Adobe Photoshop Elements 14 is on sale for $40 for Amazon Prime members (discount view-able upon check-out). This $30+ price drop is up for grabs through a one-day-only sale.
Geek October 30, 2015
Motorola's David Schuster has confirmed that company engineers have indeed started testing Android 6.0 Marshmallow for the 2015 Moto X Pure Edition, but it's a 'small TestDrive' for now. Based on the feedback it gets during this test cycle over the next couple of weeks, Motorola will decide when to start the formal soak test.
Apps/Software October 19, 2015
Android 6.0 Marshmallow has a built-in file manager that allows users to copy and share files. However, users cannot rename or cut files using the file manager.
Apps/Software October 12, 2015
Sydney-based tech company Atlassian decided to break down its current JIRA freeware into three standalone products. This move geared towards providing support for teams and resources that are considered non-technical.
Business October 7, 2015
Facebook has suffered three outages in September, leaving numerous users unable to access the social network or other apps they used with a Facebook login. The company now explains why Facebook went down and says that understanding what caused the outages will help it prevent similar issues in the future.
Internet October 6, 2015
Researchers at IBM and Cardiff University have developed a new virtual personal assistant called Sherlock. The software uses information from users to make human-computer communication more efficient.
Apps/Software October 2, 2015
Android 6.0 Marshmallow has officially made its debut with all the bells and whistles, bringing a slew of improvements and new features for a better OS experience overall. Here are the top 5 features users will likely find most useful.
Apps/Software October 2, 2015
OS X El Capitan (version 10.11) is officially ready to start rolling out Wednesday, September 30, arriving as the last update to Apple's operating system. Here's what you need to know before proceeding with the upgrade.
Apps/Software September 30, 2015
Microsoft has announced that it will change the way it handles activity reports in Windows 10, based on user feedback. An upcoming update to family features in Windows 10 will default to settings appropriate for teenagers rather than young children.
Apps/Software September 29, 2015
Polish 3D printer manufacturer Zortrax announced its Model Library where users can store and share projects. It has also released the model and manual for a printable robotic arm.
Apps/Software September 24, 2015
Apple has offered more information regarding the XcodeGhost malware that infected apps on its App Store, adding a new question and answer to its FAQ on the matter. Apple further advises developers to download Xcode from its website and not from other sources.
Apps/Software September 24, 2015
A new Chrome bug has come to light, as a simple URL string can instantly crash the browser. The Chrome crash bug is, however, not considered a security threat per se.
Apps/Software September 20, 2015
Microsoft is giving away Windows 10, its latest software upgrade. The free giveaway won’t cost Microsoft much in lost revenue, however.
Apps/Software August 18, 2015
Pixar Animation Studios will release an open-source tool to be used as an industry standard. It will better streamline the workflow for animators by combining objects from various apps into one 'scene graph.'
Apps/Software August 14, 2015
If you've always wanted to start your own podcast but were afraid of the technical aspects, don't give up just yet. Epishow is a new tool designed to make podcast creation simpler.
Apps/Software August 11, 2015
Microsoft has finally brought back the Start Menu with its latest OS and touts that it's now 'better than ever.' Here are some neat customization options to make the most out of the new Windows 10 Start Menu.
Apps/Software August 11, 2015
Ever wondered how animals see the world? Now you can see for yourself, as researchers create a software that reprocesses images to reflect how certain animals see their surroundings.
August 8, 2015
The latest Windows 10 has rolled out as a free upgrade for PC users, but it still allows them to downgrade back to Windows 7 or Windows 8 if they don't like it. If you're not thrilled with the latest OS, here's how to revert to your previous version.
Apps/Software August 1, 2015
Google Search has received a neat new feature that should help users avoid long lines at their favorite local business. This small new feature will now show when a business is at its busiest, so users can avoid rush hours.
Apps/Software July 29, 2015
Microsoft has released a teaser video for its upcoming Windows 10 OS and, among others, it gives a first glimpse of how the new Messaging app could look and work. It still remains unclear just when it will arrive, as it won't be available with Windows 10 at launch.
Apps/Software July 25, 2015
Microsoft has attempted - and apparently succeeded - at keeping the Windows 10 system requirements unchanged. Windows 10 runs smoothly on a 7-year-old Acer Aspire One, delivering a better performance than Windows XP.
Apps/Software July 23, 2015
Microsoft has updated its Windows support lifecycle fact sheet, adding the upcoming Windows 10 to reveal a 10-year support lifecycle until October 2025.
Apps/Software July 19, 2015
Microsoft has announced that Windows RT Update 3 will arrive in September. The company is not sharing any additional details at this point, but the update is expected to bring a subset of Windows 10 features to the ill-fated RT platform.
Apps/Software July 16, 2015
For those in a quandary and wondering if installing iOS 9 public beta is safe and worth installing, we take you through the pros and cons.
Apps/Software July 11, 2015
Apple's WWDC event will start on June 8 where the company is expected to make many important announcements about its upcoming products. The event may be more focused on software than on hardware.
Feature June 3, 2015
Microsoft decides to eliminate Windows Media Center from its upcoming Windows 10 OS citing it was past its prime and not worth the money to include and not a big feature with users any longer. But not everyone is happy about the news.
Apps/Software May 4, 2015
Four decades of innovation is nothing to scoff about and as founder Bill Gates urges employees to move forward and drive technology into everyone's hands and reach, it's a good time to look back at Microsoft's 40 years in business. We're betting there are a few facts on this list that may surprise you.
Business April 5, 2015
Feature | Science