Windows 10 is a universal operating system. There’s no denying that. It is integrated on your PC, your laptop, your tablet, your smartphone and even your gaming console, and Microsoft fully embraces this fact. That is why the company strongly suggests that you take advantage the operating system’s new connected features. However, there are some disadvantages . . . → Read More: Logging Into A Local Account On Windows 10
Just because Windows has its own operating system for its own phone doesn’t mean that they wont use the Android operating system to their advantage as well. Windows just announced their first official Android smartphone, the Nokia X2. It will soon be available in different parts of the world for around $99 and runs on a . . . → Read More: Android On A Windows Phone?
It has been confirmed that HP will be dropping Beats Audio from their line of PCs by the end of 2015.
HP currently uses technology from Beats Electronics in up to 20% of their current line of consumer PCs, and even a lot of their high end tablets. Now, one of HP’s biggest rivals, Apple, owns the . . . → Read More: HP Loses Beats Audio. What Now?
Google has set out to expand Chrome into more of an entire platform rather than just an internet browser. They took big steps in doing so on Wednesday with the release of the Chrome Remote Desktop support for the Android OS.
There is a special extension for your desktop PC that can be installed on Windows, Mac, . . . → Read More: Android Lets You Access Your Deskop From Anywhere
We have all probably heard about the Heartbleed bug by now. If you haven’t, then you should know there is a big chance that your person and business account logins have been compromised by the bug. It is the biggest, most widespread security virus that has surfaced in recent history, and it affects websites, servers, cell . . . → Read More: What You Should Know About The Heartbleed Bug And Why
Western Digital has announced their first bus-powered portable Thunderbolt drive with up to 4TB of storage space, the My Passport Pro.
There has to be a pretty awesome internal set up to be able to pull this off, considering the current largest 2.4 inch internal drive is 2TB. There are two internal drives inside of the casing . . . → Read More: The Most Flexible Thunderbolt Portable Drive
VMware recently announced that it will offer virtual desktop services for Google’s Chromebooks, which will allow users to run Windows applications on the Chrome-based devices. Chromebooks are heavily pared-down laptops that aren’t designed to handle heavy computing, but they get the job done for casual users.
This news is actually very good for organizations that utilize a . . . → Read More: VMware Service Allows Users To Run Windows Desktops On Chromebooks
After waiting for what seemed like an entire lifetime, Instagram is now available on Windows Phone! The popular photo and video sharing app came out for iPhone before spreading to Android in 2012 has changed the way we think about and use social media, and has made it’s way to the third place platform on mobile. . . . → Read More: Instagram and Waze Arrive on Windows Phone
Microsoft may have missed out when the smartphone craze began, but now it appears Windows Phone 8 might have a future after all.
According to Kantar Worldpanel, Windows Phone 8 now has a 5.6 percent market share in the US, gaining 1.9 percent compared to the same period last year. Android remains the top selling platform with . . . → Read More: Windows Phone 8 Growing in Popularity
Microsoft announced this week that it would be releasing new keyboards and mice that have been optimized for tablets and laptops running Windows 8, the newest operating system from the company. These new devices are lighter and more mobile and are designed to work with tablets running Windows 8 and RT, both of which are set . . . → Read More: Microsoft Announces New Mobile Keyboards and Mice for Windows 8 Tablets and Laptops