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Google may release ‘Android list of shame’ to urge faster updates from partners

The biggest problem with the Google Android OS is the speed at which some Android handset manufacturers released updates. Now the company is thinking about releasing a “list if shame” that would urge manufacturers to more quickly update...Show More Summary

Tech Tip: Sharing iTunes Store Purchases

15 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gadgetwise

Recent versions of Apple’s OS X and iOS operating system software offer an easy way to share music, videos and other items between family members.

‘13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi’ now available in the Windows Store

13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, based on the book “13 Hours: The Inside Account of What Really Happened in Benghazi” os now available in the Windows Store in the Movies and TV section, $14.99 for the HD version and $12.99 for the standard. Read the synopsis below. From director Michael Bay, 13 HOURS: […]

10 Hidden Features of Mac EI Capitan You Should Know

OS X El Capitan (version 10.11) is the twelfth release of OS X, of Apple Inc.‘s server and desktop operating... The post 10 Hidden Features of Mac EI Capitan You Should Know appeared first on Lifehack.

Find out how much time remains before your laptop is fully charged - CNET

Find out where you can watch the final countdown to 100 percent charged on both OS X and Windows 10.

Apple seeds first OS X 10.11.6 public beta to testers

Apple has just pushed the first public beta for OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 to testers. The public beta release comes just a day after the first OS X 10.11.6 beta was pushed to developers. If you're a part of the public beta program, you should be able to pull the latest release from the Updates section of the Mac App Store now. Show More Summary

Apple releases first iOS 9.3.3, OS X 10.11.6 public betas with minor bug fixes [u]

Apple on Tuesday released the first public beta versions of iOS 9.3.3 and OS X 10.11.6, both maintenance updates that bring minor bug fixes and performance improvements to iOS and Mac devices.

Surface Mini? Surface Pad?

Microsoft has recently changed the display size limitation for both the Windows 10 Mobile and the Windows 10 Desktop OS varieties. This opens up possibilities for hypothetical models such as “Surface Mini” and “Surface Pad”. Here are...Show More Summary

5 Hidden Windows 10 Features You Should Use

Windows 10 has officially been with us for close to a year now , but even if you’ve spent a lot of time with the OS since its launch, you may not have found everything it has to offer. Here are five of our favorite hidden features that we’ve discovered over the course of the last year, and why you might want to start using of them. Read more...

We won’t see a Samsung Android Wear device anytime soon

Samsung executives have confirmed that the company has no plans or intentions to develop a new Android Wear device, instead focusing on its Tizen OS which is found in its current smartwatch lineup.

Samsung is done with the Android Wear OS

It was at Google I/O two years ago that Samsung announced its Gear Live smartwatch (now discontinued) running the Android Wear OS. Two years later the collaboration is over. Samsung executives told Fast Company today that no more Samsung Android Wear devices are in development or being planned. Show More Summary

Parallels Access 3.1 adds native iPad Pro resolution, Apple Pencil support, 3D Touch features, more

You may be familiar with Parallels for its virtual machine software that lets you run Windows alongside OS X on a Mac, but the company also offers a service and mobile app called Parallels Access that lets you remote into your Mac and Windows VM from other devices. Show More Summary

Safari vs. Chrome on OS X: Which Browser Is Right For You?

The browser war never ends. No matter how many times we compare all of the major browsers to determine a winner, the answer is always the same: learn what each browser offers and use the one that best suits your own needs. The problem...Show More Summary

Airmail adds smart folders, scheduled sending and gesture support to its Mac email app

Desktop email clients are great for when you need to manage multiple accounts from various providers. If that sounds like you and you’re running OS X, you’ll want to give Airmail a try. The app has been updated with a boatload of handy new features. Show More Summary

Windows 10 Will Now Get Two Major Uprades Per Year

Microsoft has quietly revised its Windows 10 upgrade timetable, with the OS slated to receive two feature upgrades annually instead of the three that was previously advertised. In addition to saving time for home users, this should make the lives of IT departments and third-party developers marginally easier. More »      

IDC: $200-350 Chromebooks shipped 37% more U.S. units in Q1 vs Apple's $1,200 MacBooks

Google's Chrome OS partners Acer, Asus, Dell, HP, Samsung and Lenovo collectively shipped 37 percent more low-priced netbooks than the number of premium laptops Apple sold during the quarter in the U.S., although most of those Chromebook sales were to K-12 schools.

Latest GWX.exe update appears designed to trick users into upgrading to Windows 10

Windows 10 has some great features, but for about 50% of PC users Windows 7 appears to be perfectly fine, and the trouble and risk of upgrading to a new desktop OS does not seem worthwhile. It seems however, by hook or by crook, and much against their will, Microsoft is determined to foist Windows 10 on […]

CyanogenMod’s Gello browser launches after a year in the making

CyanogenMod has finally released version 1.0 of its Gello browser for Android, although it might not arrive for every smartphone running the custom OS.

Nutella? Nougat? What Should Android Name Its Next Treat-Themed Operating System?

Android—known for naming each version of its OS after various alphabetically ordered treats like eclair, gingerbread and marshmallow—is ready to launch a new version for the letter "N." And for the first time, the team is asking for help. The Google-developed platform is letting anyone with a sweet tooth and some branding savvy submit ideas. Show More Summary

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