iCloud for Windows update brings iCloud Drive to PCs before Macs

By about 5 hours ago.

iCloud for Windows update brings iCloud Drive to PCs before Macs

While Mac users are still waiting to use the improved iCloud Drive feature that Apple rolled out with iOS 8 update release, Windows users can already enjoy this feature on their computers, thanks to the latest update to iCloud for Windows, Ars Technica reports. More →
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iOS 8: Here are 8 handy tricks you should know about

By about 6 hours ago.

iOS 8: Here are 8 handy tricks you should know about

Apple released iOS 8 on Wednesday night and you will surely have spent some time with the OS update. The folks at Wired have posted a handy list of tricks that will not only help you use your apps in a better way, but also save time when using them. More →
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Google to spend Rs 100 crore in Android One advertising and marketing: Report

By about 8 hours ago.

Google to spend Rs 100 crore in Android One advertising and marketing: Report

Google launched the Android One initiative in India earlier this week, and launched the first three smartphones called Micromax Canvas A1, Karbonn Sparkle V, and the Spice Dream UNO. The search giant is said to be planning on spending as much as Rs 100 crore in advertising and marketing Android One in India, Economic Times reports. More →
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Android L will offer iOS 8-like data encryption as a default security measure: Report

By on September 19, 2014 at 10:57 AM.

Android L will offer iOS 8-like data encryption as a default security measure: Report

A day after Apple detailed its new privacy measures; Google has opened up about its own plans to boost security on Android. The company will enable data encryption by default on devices running on Android L, which means all data will be inaccessible unless the person has the decryption key, The Washington Post reports. More →
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Apple modifies iPhones, iPads access without user authorization

By on September 18, 2014 at 7:16 PM.

Apple modifies iPhones, iPads access without user authorization

Technology giant Apple has announced a modification in its new iOS 8 operating system for mobile phones which prevents the company from accessing the devices without owner consent, a measure to hinder police snooping. More →
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Office 2016 images leaked, shows Clippy-like assistant and visual revamp

By on September 18, 2014 at 5:14 PM.

Office 2016 images leaked, shows Clippy-like assistant and visual revamp

In addition to Windows Technical Preview, which Microsoft is expected to unveil on September 30th, the software technology company is also working on an "Office Technical Preview", the next iteration to its iconic productivity suite, The Verge reports. The company has reportedly seeded out this preview to select partners and testers for feedback.  More →
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iOS 8 requires over 5GB of free space to install, here’s what iPhone 5C 8GB users should do

By on September 17, 2014 at 11:13 PM.

iOS 8 requires over 5GB of free space to install, here’s what iPhone 5C 8GB users should do

As expected, Apple has released iOS 8 today at 10:30PM IST. While many iPhone and iPad users were eagerly waiting to download the update, most were in for a shock when the slightly under 1GB update file required almost 6GB of free space to install. This is a bummer, especially for iPhone 5C 8GB users and anyone else who has been using their iPhones for a while and doesn't have enough space on their device. Thankfully, there is a work around that doesn't involve you choosing what data to delete from your device. More →
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iOS 8 available for iPhones, iPad and iPod touch

By on September 17, 2014 at 10:27 PM.

iOS 8 available for iPhones, iPad and iPod touch

Along with unveiling the new iPhones and the Apple Watch last week, Apple also announced that its latest iteration of iOS will be released on September 17. Right on cue, iOS 8 is now available for iPhones, iPad and iPod touch. More →
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Google Android Silver project reportedly put on ice after Nikesh Arora’s departure

By on September 17, 2014 at 4:11 PM.

Google Android Silver project reportedly put on ice after Nikesh Arora’s departure

Google's plans to have multiple high-end 'pure Android' smartphones instead of Nexus smartphones have reportedly been put on hold. Called Android Silver, the project sought to have multiple high-end smartphones from LG and Motorola apart from a few Chinese smartphone vendors who had shown interest. These smartphones were supposed to have stock Android with additional hardware features like water proofing and software features like advanced voice control with Google's help. More →
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Google is taking first time smartphone users to post-post-PC era with Android One

By on September 17, 2014 at 12:40 PM.

Google is taking first time smartphone users to post-post-PC era with Android One

Google is in a position to potentially line up mass-market consumers in emerging markets for seamless transition to its next generation products. Android One is the platform Google is using to prepare first time smartphone users to get familiar with using their smartphones and Internet using speech, writes Jayanth Kolla, partner at Convergence Catalyst, a leading consulting and research firm. More →
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