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Don’t Wait, Get OS X 11.10 El Capitan Features Right Now In Yosemite

27 minutes agoTechnology / Internet : Make Use Of

Every year Apple updates OS X, but this year’s update won’t be quite as dramatic as the last. While there are a few nice new features and refinements coming to OS X 11.10, you can get most of the upcoming features by installing third-party software today. Show More Summary

Skype for Web Now Available on Chrome and Linux OS

43 minutes agoPolitics / US Politics : Donklephant

Who doesn’t know about Skype? Well, if you haven’t, then you must be from another planet. Nevertheless, there is nothing to worry as this post will give you a brief introduction of what Skype instant messaging app is all about. What is Skype? Skype is a free to download and install instant messaging app. Show More Summary

Developing C++ Android NDK Games using Linderdaum Engine on Intel® Architecture

Linderdaum Engine is an open source, purely object-oriented 3D gaming engine for Microsoft Windows, Google Android, and BlackBerry OS 10 written in C++.

Google Play Music, jetAudio Music Player and other Top Android Music Players

People no longer heavily depend on the MP3 players and iPods for playing and listening to music, instead, apps are taking over this role. One thing about the Android OS is that it is an open source. This means that developers from different...Show More Summary

Why We Chose It

Derek Mong, “Ten New Ways to Read Johnson’s Radi os” The literary essay is having, as they say, a moment. Here at KR, the number of nonfiction submissions we receive each year has been steadily on the rise, and I suspect… Continue reading ?

‘Final Fantasy XIV’ Mac Release Delayed, Square Enix Offering Refunds

Final Fantasy XIV was supposed to be making its way to the Mac OS just in time for the release of the game’s expansion, Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward, but the company has now delayed the release due to a significant number of users reporting performance issues, among other things. Show More Summary

Alcoa Closes Brazilian Smelter As Part Of Ongoing Portfolio Transformation Process

Alcoa has announced the permanent closure of its Poços de Caldas primary aluminum smelter in Brazil, a move that will better align the company’s operations with the current subdued aluminum pricing environment. The reduction of smelting capacity is in line with the company’s transformation of its product portfolio towards value-added products. Show More Summary

Final Fantasy XIV For Mac Sales Suspended

The thing about running OS X is that sometimes there are developers who don’t make OS X versions of their games, instead choosing to develop for PC instead. However in the case of Square Enix, they have decided to port over Final Fantasy XIV onto the Mac, but it seems that it has run into performance issues, so much so that sales had to be suspended. Show More Summary

Tizen vs Android – Which OS To Use in 2015?

Not many people know about the existence of Tizen because it’s newer on the market, as it was released three years ago and it didn’t have enough time to be spread worldwide. Android is currently dominating the market and the manufacturers...Show More Summary

Windows 10 Free Upgrade From Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 – Would You Update Your OS?

Microsoft already announced what their plans are for the upcoming Windows 10 OS and how the users will be able to upgrade from Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 to Windows 10 for free. According to TechCrunch, Microsoft posted on its blog that currently there are over five million Windows insider users. Show More Summary

Are you using Adobe Creative Cloud Libraries?

Adobe Creative Cloud’s Libraries feature allows you to access, organize and share assets between your desktop and mobile apps, as well as other Creative Cloud users. Are you using this incredibly handy feature? Related posts: OS X Mavericks and Adobe CS6 / Creative Cloud Adobe launches Creative Cloud and CS6 Adobe releases Illustrator features for Creative Cloud members

The Best of Gizmodo This Week

11 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Apple jumped into the streaming music game this past week, and we give it a try. We had some thoughts. We also previewed the new Mac OS El Capitan, and tested a bunch of inexpensive laptops to find the very best. Meanwhile, our weekly...Show More Summary

iOS 8.3 vs iOS 9 – Ten Important Changes In OS Industry

iOS 9 was presented at the Apple Developer event, when the company launched the Developer Beta programs and many reviewers got their hands on it and upgraded their iPhone 6 smartphones. PhoneArena tested the upcoming software and noted down the differences between it and the iOS 8.3. Show More Summary

HTC One M9 Developer Edition Android 5.1.1 Update Released

The Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update is finally rolling out for people who own the HTC One M9 Developer Edition, it’s a pretty hefty update which bumps up the core Android OS version as well as brings some important improvements and enhancements...Show More Summary

iTunes 12.2: New version a missed opportunity for Apple Music

Apple released a new version 12.2 of iTunes for OS X and Windows this week as part of the launch of its Apple Music service. The initial reactions from users are anything but positive. But aside from obvious bugs, there's a bigger problem: iTunes needed a revamp, not more features. Show More Summary

Yota not switching to Sailfish OS for future devices after all [Updated]

Update: Sorry folks, we've been told that this is, in fact, incorrect. Original story: Russian smartphone maker Yota reportedly plans to move away from Android in its future devices. The maker of the YotaPhone will apparently instead be using Jolla's Sailfish OS. Show More Summary

Yota is switching to Jolla's Sailfish OS for future devices

Russian smartphone maker Yota has announced plans to move away from Android in its future devices. The maker of the YotaPhone will apparently instead be using Jolla's Sailfish OS. The Finland-based Jolla announced an updated version of Sailfish earlier this year with better compatibility with Android apps. Yota did not give a reason for the switch.

How to reset the Mac Dock to default

Made a mess of your Dock? It's easy to undo. I've offered a bunch of power tips to customize the contents of your OS X Dock: Adding spaces between applications, for example, or adding recently-added apps and documents. If you went overboard, however, and your Dock is now far too disorderly for your tastes, here's how to reset it. Show More Summary

How-To: Go beyond OS X Photos + make amazing wall art from your Mac’s pictures (Part 1)

Apple knew it had something special to share with the world when it released iPhoto in 2002: in addition to printing 20? by 30? poster-sized photos, the original iPhoto’s “most stunning feature” (according to Apple) was a page layout tool that quickly turned digital photo collections into printed hardcover books. Show More Summary

YotaPhone drops Android for Sailfish OS

Yota has announced that future YotaPhone devices will no longer run Android OS and will instead use Jolla's Sailfish OS, which has its roots in Nokia MeeGo.

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