Jolla has revealed that its Sailfish OS, which is based on Linux, will be made available for owners of Sony's Xperia phones later this year.
Did your web access just go badly wrong when you upgraded to the Chrome web browser 56 or Chrome OS 56? The problem is probably in your web proxy.
Mondays are all about having a fresh start of the week ahead, so how about a fresh new version of macOS for your Mac (if you’re a developer)? Apple on Monday released the fourth beta of mac OS Sierra 10.12.4 to developers. If you happen to be one, you can get the update through the Mac App Store. Show More Summary
Sailfish OS will find a new home on the Sony Xperia X smartphone. Jolla and Sony today said Jolla has created a custom version of Sailfish that can run on Xperia X handset. Jolla is taking advantage of Sony's Open Device program to make this happen. Show More Summary
Should you encounter an issue with some software or games where a specific file error shows up with "this is not designed to run on your OS," we're going to look at a few things you can try out to fix it. The issue I had was with mfc140u.dll, which is part of Microsoft's Visual C++ redistribution suite, the 2015 version in my case. Show More Summary
Mobile OS maker Jolla, whose Sailfish platform remains one of the few smartphone alternatives in play these days, has signed an exclusive license to a Chinese consortium to develop a Sailfish-based OS for the country. Read More
Run the Jewels, Os Mutantes, Greg Graffin, Bune Thugs-N-Harmony, The-Dream, and more NYC-area show options for your Monday. Continue reading…
Viola Davis won her first Oscar at the Academy Awards on Sunday evening for her performance in Fences. The actress gave a moving acceptance speech that stole the show and won the hearts of people all over. After winning her first Oscar...Show More Summary
Android is the world's most popular mobile OS, and its capabilities continue grow with each update. Naturally, knowing how to program for this big name OS is a hot sell in today's job market. So, if you want to boost your hireability with some Android app-making expertise, then the Ultimate Android N Development Bundle is a smart place to start. More »
Google's chatbot tech is coming to a range of Android 6.0 and 7.0 phones, no OS upgrade required.
Google continues its march to expand its place in the mobile ecosystem, anchored by the fact that its Android OS is by far the most ubiquitous smartphone platform in the world. Today, the company announced that it would be rolling out...Show More Summary
The 89th annual Academy Awards will take place Sunday, February 26. The "Everyone Wins" nominee gift bag is not affiliated with the Academy Awards, but entertainment-marketing company Distinctive Assets has independently provided Oscar nominees with gifts ahead of the big night for the past 15 years. Follow BI Video: On Twitter Join the conversation about this story »
Keyboard and mouse are a dynamic duo! We are so used to mouse nowadays that we often forget that using a keyboard is much faster. Have doubts? So let’s give you a hypothetical scenario. Say you want to sign in to your Facebook account, first you’ll drag the mouse to launch web browser, then you’ll probably click on Facebook from recently open tabs. Show More Summary
Several phones and tablets now have support for Lineage OS 14.1, including the HTC 10 and even the Samsung Galaxy S II.
Heading out to the movies this weekend? Use promo code AWARDSAPPLEPAY on Fandango, and you’ll save $3 on any ticket. This code seems to work with any payment method on any OS; no Apple Pay required. Read more...
The lack of any nominees of color in the acting or directing categories in the 2015 and 2016 Academy Awards led to the creation of the hashtag #OscarsSoWhite. It could easily have been joined by a couple of others: #OscarsSoOld, #OscarsSoMale. The Academy voting pool has, for years, been dominated by pale-skinned industry codgers. The...
It is important to institute optimal security capabilities as part of the design and core functions (Hardware, Firmware, OS/RTOS, software, endpoints, networks, etc.) to protect passengers and pedestrians from potentially catastrophic accidents resulting from digital compromises
It turns out that the mysterious OP1 SoC inside Samsung's Chromebook Plus was designed by Rockchip but was certified by Google for use with Chrome OS.