Coming into today's Windows 10 event, we already knew a lot about Microsoft's latest and greatest. The company explained the thinking behind its new OS back in September, and the Technical Preview has been available for months. The core change comes...
Apple has released a new beta of OS X Yosemite 10.10.2 to developers. Apple is asking participants in this beta to focus on Wi-Fi, Mail, VoiceOver, and Bluetooth. You can download the new build, 14C106a, from the Apple Developer Center, as well as the Mac App Store if you're already a member of this beta. Source: Apple Developer Center
A large focus of Microsoft’s press event today other than high-concept holograms and Windows 10 itself was the personification of the OS, Cortana. We’ve seen the Halo-themed AI (complete with original voice actress Jen Taylor) on Windows phones for a while, but now its official, she’s going to be everywhere in Windows 10. That means […]
Google is on a roll this week with updating its iOS apps. Yesterday we saw Chrome for iPhone and iPad pick up a big update bringing Material Design to the browser and adopting Handoff support with OS X Yosemite. Following Chrome’s release, Google today shared new versions of its Docs and Sheets apps for iPhone and […]
Microsoft has made Windows 10 official and while people are going to be kicking the tires in some respect to see just what the new OS will deliver, there are some perks that have been announced right off the bat. (...)Read the rest of Free Windows 10 Upgrade For Some Users © Coolest Gadget Reviews, […]
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Apple on Wednesday provided yet another pre-release version of its forthcoming update for OS X Yosemite to developers, asking testers to continue focusing on problem areas including Wi-Fi, Mail, VoiceOver, and Bluetooth.
After several preview releases to testers, Apple has pushed yet another OS X 10.10.2 build to pre-release Yosemite testers through the Updates section of the Mac App Store. Previous builds of the Mac operating system focused on improving bugs with WiFi, Mail, and VoiceOver, and this pre-release seed is no exception. We’ll update our coverage with […]
At Microsoft’s Windows 10 event today, the company unveiled its all new browser that will be alongside Internet Explorer in the next OS: Spartan. Spartan is based on Webkit rendering technology, not Microsoft’s in-house Trident engine. Show More Summary
Today Microsoft unveiled how Windows 10 will look and feel on a smartphone. Microsoft gave us a first look at the new OS today during its Windows 10 event in Seattle. Windows 10’s arrival on smartphones is by no means surprising — but, now Windows fans have a closer look at how the OS will work. Let’s […]
Microsoft claims Windows 10 is the operating system that finally unifies all your computing devices. One OS to rule them all. What does that actually mean in practice? We're literally finding out right now. Read more...
Intelligent digital assistant comes to desktop and tablet with full integration into OS.
Image via Brad Sams Microsoft announced today at its Windows 10 briefing that it will make the next major version of its operating system free for consumers. Windows 10 will be a free upgrade for for the first year for Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows Phone 8.1 users. Users who upgrade will continue to have […]
Windows 10 was hailed as a cross-platform OS that makes it easy to build once and ship to almost anything at Microsoft’s special event today. Microsoft EVP of Operating Systems Terry Myserson said it was the “only platform that enables...Show More Summary
Audiofile has released Triumph 2.5, their audio editing app for Mac. Triumph 2.5 adds a number of new features, including optimizations for OS X Yosemite and a number of changes that make working in the app much easier. The big change with Triumph 2.5 is the Render Assistant. Show More Summary
Howdy, folks, and greetings from scenic Redmond, Washington, where Microsoft is about to give us a lot more information about its next-gen OS, Windows 10. Sure, we may have already gotten a peak at the new and improved Start Menu, but there are still...
Microsoft will today show off and demonstrate the mobile, and consumer-facing elements of its Windows 10 operating system. The company previously demoed, and released the corporate side of the same OS last year. Windows 10 represents Microsoft’s attempt to unify its core platform to work across device categories. Show More Summary
If you’re a Dropbox user (and you should be!) you might want to take a look at your ‘About this Mac’ info box: the popular cloud syncing app will drop support for OS X Leopard and earlier on May 15th. … Read more ›