How Microsoft Windows has evolved over 30 years
Windows 10

How Microsoft Windows has evolved over 30 years

Windows 10, the latest version of Microsoft’s iconic operating system, launched on Wednesday. Microsoft has given the interface several nips, tucks and full-on reconstructive surgeries…

Xcode 7 allows anyone to download, build and ‘sideload’ iOS apps for free
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Xcode 7 allows anyone to download, build and ‘sideload’ iOS apps for free

Apple has changed its policy regarding permissions required to build and run apps on devices. Until now, Apple required users to pay $99/year to become a member of…

Apple Goes Open-Source
Coding

Apple Goes Open-Source

For the second straight year, Apple drew a huge round of applause at its Worldwide Developers Conference for news related to its nascent computer programming language. Swift was introduced at…

Apple reveals watchOS 2: 3rd-party complications, nightstand mode, native apps, more
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Apple reveals watchOS 2: 3rd-party complications, nightstand mode, native apps, more

Though the Apple Watch is newly on the wrists of users, Apple is already showcasing the next major update to its wearable operating system, which…

Apple WWDC 15 Recap
WWDC 15

Apple WWDC 15 Recap

If there’s one reveal people were hoping for at WWDC, it was Apple’s long-rumored music service. On this count, Tim Cook delivered, promising to “change…

Drake to release his next album using Apple Music’s new Connect feature
Apple

Drake to release his next album using Apple Music’s new Connect feature

Aubrey “Drake” Graham took the stage at WWDC this afternoon to break down the Connect feature in Apple Music, Apple’s new streaming service. And, in a…

OS X El Capitan: Best features coming to your Mac
OS X

OS X El Capitan: Best features coming to your Mac

“OS X El Capitan—it takes the Mac experience to new heights.” That’s the pitch for this year’s update, which Apple officially introduced on Monday. There aren’t…

The 5 best new features in iOS 9
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The 5 best new features in iOS 9

Apple took the wraps off of its hotly anticipated new iOS 9 software on Monday, and iOS device users around the world are salivating in anticipation of…

SanDisk’s beastly new SSD offers 2TB of storage, 850Mbps transfer rate
HardWare

SanDisk’s beastly new SSD offers 2TB of storage, 850Mbps transfer rate

SanDisk recently announced brand-new solid-state drives (SSD) that are as cheap as regular hard disk drives (HDD), but the company has even more interesting memory products you should know…

Apple’s subscription TV service might not debut at WWDC
Streaming

Apple’s subscription TV service might not debut at WWDC

Apple has postponed plans to reveal a rumored over-the-top streaming television service at WWDC due to disagreements with networks relating to content licensing and backend…

Apple Looking to Sign Drake, Pharrell and David Guetta as iTunes Radio Guest DJs
Streaming

Apple Looking to Sign Drake, Pharrell and David Guetta as iTunes Radio Guest DJs

Apple is in talks to sign Toronto-born rapper Drake, hip-hop artist Pharrell Williams and electronic music DJ David Guetta as guest DJs for a revamped…

Hands-On with Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 10130
Software

Hands-On with Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 10130

Start The Windows 10 Start experience is starting (ahem) to grow on me. Here it is in normal menu view:   And in full-screen view, in…

Apple Watch First Impressions
Apple Watch

Apple Watch First Impressions

Apple Watch delivers the quality we expect from the world’s biggest consumer electronics company but is weighted down by confusing new user interfaces and an…

Solar Impulse begins its sun-powered flight across the Pacific
China Tech

Solar Impulse begins its sun-powered flight across the Pacific

Solar Impulse has already shown the potential for sun-based aviation in its attempt to fly around the world, but it just embarked on its most ambitious trip yet….

University of Miami’s hurricane tank simulates storms for scientists
Techknowledgy

University of Miami’s hurricane tank simulates storms for scientists

Researchers from the University of Miami have started looking more closely into category five hurricanes this month. No, not by chasing them around — they’re thankfully quite rare —…

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