If you used the Internet before the likes of Google, Facebook and Twitter – when Yahoo, Aol and Altavista were top dogs of the Internet – you might still use Hotmail. In fact, Hotmail still has 350 million users, and I am one of them. But without being rude Hotmail has been dying a slow […]
It wasn’t that long ago that we ran through every conceivable Android device that would be getting Android 4.0. Well, we’ve move on from 4.0 and now we’re now on 4.1 so it’s only fair to run the through the main manufacturers again and check whether they’re making the move to 4.1 Jelly Bean – and it’s as we’d expected: a mixed bag.
Apple is releasing the latest version of their desktop operating system Mac OS X. Mountain Lion looks to right some wrongs from OS X Lion and moves the OS even closer to its mobile cousin iOS. While were still some way off a completely unified OS there are quite a few changes – so let us give you a guide on what you can expect.
Microsoft is on a bit of a roll at the moment, everyone sat up and took notice of their innovative Surface tablet, Windows 8 is getting positive reviews for its forward-thinking user interface and now it’s time for Microsoft to unveil its latest version of Office.
New US startup Ouya is about to launch an ambitious Kickstarter funding campaign in order to develop a new home console. Ouya’s concept is to build a grass-roots home console allowing indie developers to make games for free and then sell their games on Ouya’s own app store. They hope to price the console at […]
Not only did Google unveiled the world’s first Nexus tablet, the search engine giant took the wraps of their latest version of Android Jelly Bean last week. Rather than wholesale changes, the new update is very much anchored in the realms of gentle evolution, rather than major revolution – here are the main highlights.
Every year Google hosts an I/O developers conference in San Francisco, California. It’s where the search engine giant tends to shows off what they have planned for their Android operating system for the year ahead.
Not only has Microsoft finally unveiled its attempt at de-throne Apple’s iPad with their Surface tablet, the software giant lifted the lid on Windows Phone 8 – the latest update to their mobile operating system.