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WWDC Rumor Roundup: Everything Apple could announce at its upcoming event

Siri for Mac with OS X 10.12, iTunes and App Store redesigns, improved iCloud encryption, and original programming for the Apple TV. These are just a few of the projects Apple has reportedly been working on and they are also likely candidates for stage time at its upcoming WWDC press event and developer conference. Show More Summary

How to add unlimited free VPN to Google’s Chrome browser

Opera made a big announcement on Thursday morning that was widely covered by tech blogs. In the latest developer preview build of its web browser for Windows and OS X, Opera has baked in unlimited free VPN service. VPN, or Virtual Private...Show More Summary

Android is not Windows

The European Commission declared today that it had sent a Statement of Objections to Google and its parent company Alphabet regarding the Android OS, accusing the Mountain View firm of abusing its dominant position by imposing restrictions on OEMs and The post Android is not Windows appeared first on diffraction analysis.

Design in mind: Google gives Chrome OS version 50 a Material makeover

Chrome OS 50 has received a Material makeover, as well as some additional touch-based changes. Let's take a look see!

Lincoln signs up for Android Auto

This means if Lincoln is your brand of vehicle, then soon you’ll be able to have your brand of OS in the console as well.

Chrome 50 will get a brand new Material Design facelift

Chrome 50 is a big milestone for Google's popular browser. They're celebrating with a bevy of new features. The biggest changes will be seen in Chrome OS, which will get a brand new Material Design look.

You Want to Build an Empire Like Google’s? This Is Your OS

Now an open-source project will let you build a system just like the one powering Google. The post You Want to Build an Empire Like Google's? This Is Your OS appeared first on WIRED.

Chrome OS hops on Material Design bandwagon with version 50

Chrome OS users are in for a treat with the latest Chrome 50 release. As detailed by Google designer Sebastien Gabriel on his blog, Chrome OS has received a bit of a Material Design overhaul in its latest update. Overall, if you're familiar with Material Design's implementation on Android, there won't be too many surprises here. Show More Summary

Control OS X Remotely & Share Files With Back to my Mac

One of your Mac’s least talked-about OS X features is Back to My Mac. First introduced with Mac OS X Leopard (10.5), Back to My Mac allows two computers to talk to each other over a secure connection. In doing so, you’re able to transfer files and folders between each computer, and also screen share. Show More Summary

Google’s Chrome OS now sports Material Design and a new ‘hybrid’ layout

Chromebook users are in for a surprise: Chrome 50 is bringing material design to Chrome OS, too. On his blog, Senior Designer at Google Sebastien Gabriel notes there will also be two implementations of Chrome OS. One will be designed...Show More Summary

Linked: “Wish List: Better GIF support in iOS and OS X”

via Six Colors: Worse, some apps on iOS take it a step further by converting animated GIFs into static images. For example, if you paste an animated GIF into Notes—which also shows it as a static image—and then save that image to Photos, you’ll actually end up with a motionless PNG instead. I don’t want... ?

Chrome OS gets Material Design makeover in version 50

Chrome OS gets overhauled to match mobile. Windows and Mac redesigns coming soon.

OS X El Capitan 10.11.5 beta 2 now ready for developers

The second developer beta for OS X El Capitan 10.11.5 is now available from Apple. Interested developers will find the configuration utility needed to install the release can be found at Apple's Mac Developer Resource Center. It canShow More Summary

Canonical Launching Ubuntu 16.04 LTS April 21

Canonical announced that it will introduce Ubuntu 16.04 and provide LTS over the next five years for the OS.

Apple releases second OS X 10.11.5 + tvOS 9.2.1 betas to developers

Just moments after releasing the second beta of iOS 9.3.2 to developers, Apple has now released a fresh beta of tvOS and OS X. The latest tvOS version released to developers today is 9.2.1 and comes to all developers, while OS X is version 10.11.5. more… Filed under: iOS Devices

Counter-Strike comes to Android in an unofficial capacity

You can take Counter-Strike on-the-go now, thanks to this unofficial port. The Android hack for Counter-Strike v1.6 was created by modder Alibek Omarov, who has brought older PC games to the OS in the past. It also supports controller peripherals through a USB adapter, if you aren’t keen on touchscreen shooting. Omarov was also one […]

Will Mesosphere DC/OS Emerge As An Alternative to Kubernetes?

Mesosphere, a San Francisco-based startup has announced that it is open sourcing its core offering, the data center operating system, DC/OS. Formerly known as DCOS, this software is designed to treat multiple machines running in a data center as one powerful server. Based on the proven distributed computing framework called [...]

Google’s Android OS just hit a major problem in Europe

Google’s Android operating system could be about to get a big overhaul after a European antitrust investigation accused the company of breaching competition law. Google makes around $11 billion from advertising within its apps, according...Show More Summary

Notícias da semana - os principais destaques do mundo da bola

Real e Bayern de olho em Harry Kane Harry Kane continua atraindo o interesse de Real Madrid e Bayern de Munique para a próxima temproada, depois de liderar a luta pelo título do Tottenham.Kane é o artilheiro da Premier League nesta temporada,...Show More Summary

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