It is no surprise that China does not particularly like Google, so much so that they’ve replaced many of Google’s products and services with their own, such as Baidu which is used to replace Google Search. Now it looks like Baidu wants in on the wearables game but instead of going the Android Wear route, they have decided to launch their own. Show More Summary
John Siracusa has been reviewing OS X since it was in beta. Every release Apple has made has been accompanied by a an in-depth, insightful Siracusa review. Alas, all good things must come to an end. From Hypercritical: Nearly 15 years ago, I wrote my first review of Mac OS X for a nascent "PC enthusiast's" website called Ars Technica. Show More Summary
In Mac OS X, you’ll spend much of your time in the Finder, the part of your operating system that manages files and such. While you may think you know all there is to know about it, though, the Finder … Read more ›
If making applications for the Android OS is your dream gig, look no further than the latest deal to hit the DL Deals Store. Titled the Supreme Android Coding and Design bundle, this package contains countless lectures within 3 courses...Show More Summary
Android and iOS, two of the most widely used smartphone operating system on the planet today have dedicated sets of fanboys who will defend their OS of choice at any cost in any iPhone vs Android debate. However, a recent debate between...Show More Summary
A change to the previous version of Microsoft's AutoUpdate utility caused updates to break in Office 2011 for OS X. A fix is ready for download. AutoUpdate 3.0.5 was installed with the last Office update a few days ago. Microsoft has backed off from the mess it made with a new version of AutoUpdate you can download now. Show More Summary
The hosts discuss the partnership between Microsoft and Cyanogen OS, and its implications in the mobile phone market. Also, Best Buy horror stories and Twitter's new home page. The post Gadget Lab Podcast: Suddenly, There’s a New Mobile OS In Town appeared first on WIRED.
I can’t tell you how many times I have had friendly debates with people about the pros and cons of both, iOS and Android. Both parties are very passionate about the OS they prefer, but recently, two friends took the whole thing a few...Show More Summary
Xperia Z3 users had to wait till the end of March to get their 5.0 Andoid Lollipop update, because the developers had hard time dealing with the bugs in the source code of the updated OS. As for Xperia Z3 Dual owners, they only got the possibility to update their devices a couple of days Xperia Z3 Dual Owners Finally Getting Their Lollipop is an article from: The Inquisitr News
Early adopters have had access to a redesigned Chrome OS launcher since last month. Now, Google is making that feature available to all users of its web-based operating system. Today's fresh, stable update to Chrome OS also comes packed with a number of Material Design elements, bringing a new look to the Files app and the default typeface. Show More Summary
Time flies: It's been six months since OS X Yosemite's launch. First, we wrote the original gigantic review. Then, we got together and chatted about the operating system three months later. Now, six months after the release of OS X 10.10, the iMore team is back at it to talk once more about Apple's national-park-named operating system. Show More Summary
Groupon has launched a major update to its Android app, with full Lollipop support along with a user interface revamp that reflects the look of the latest Android OS. The app, which brings the version number up to 15.2, definitely looks like Groupon has taken many lessons from Google's Material Design ideas, along with brighter colors for the coupon and savings app.
Tired of the way your Mac looks like everyone else’s? Brighten things up by installing your own custom icons for favorite software and system components. The hardest part of this tweak is deciding which replacement icons you want to use. Show More Summary
Late last month Google introduced a new update for Chrome OS to the beta channel which brought several changes to the table, including Google Now integration and an improved voice search experience with the Chrome Launcher 2.0. Now that same experience is making its way over to the stable channel.
“Os Canais” sprouted on a boat, while wavering inside an old canal system. Inside the memento of the hearth of altepepl Tenochtitlan. Where we dressed ourselves in the highstrung robes of history. And subconsciously warbled a symbolic...Show More Summary
Microsoft apps, like Bing and Skype, are coming to CyanogenMod's open-source mobile operating system.
Microsoft partnership with open-source, Android-based Cyanogen OS makes one thing very clear: Android’s not just for Google anymore. The post How Microsoft Took Android’s Future Out of Google’s Hands appeared first on WIRED.