For a while now, we’ve wondered whether Microsoft had a plan to really differentiate Windows Phone from iOS and Android and make it more than just another mobile platform.
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Apple will unveil a new “watch-like wearable” – otherwise known as the fabled iWatch – in October this year, according to unconfirmed reports.
It’s a good bet that in September or October we’ll get a new iPhone, probably with a bigger screen and some other more ordinary upgrades. We might get also get new iPads – though in truth, improvements to tablets are likely to be largely in software now.
When Coachella’s organizers decided to have a hologram of late rapper Tupac appear onstage during the 2012 dates of the music festival, they used a high-powered projector to create the uncanny “performance.” Now, in 2014, a startup called Ostendo is taking that kind of technology and shrinking it down until it’s small enough to fit […]
Apple unveiled a host of new features in its iOS 8 software this week, but neglected to mention one that will leave its users rejoicing – improved battery life. A presentation slide shown during the tech giant’s Worldwide Developer Conference revealed the next-generation software will monitor battery usage by app.
One of the main questions raised in the wake of Monday’s demo of iOS 8 is whether Apple’s new mobile OS can be jailbroken. For one perspective on that, let’s tune into the latest tweets of known hacker and security researcher Stefan Esser.
The rollout of Google’s Android 4.4.3 is under way and, as usual, the first handsets to receive the OS updates are Nexus, Motorola, and Google Play Edition devices.
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Introduces iCloud Photo Library, New Messages Features & New Health App
One trend that is leading the way and giving the “Big Four” (AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless) and their locked-in contract plans a run for their money are no-contract wireless service providers who can offer almost identical service without the forced commitment, higher prices and termination penalties, to name a few.