Yesterday, Microsoft announced a major reshuffle inside the company which changes the company’s plans for their popular desktop operating system. Terry Myerson, Windows chief is leaving the company after 21 years while the development of the operating system is being split into different teams inside Microsoft. Core development of Windows will be handled by the Cloud and AI team and a new Experiences & Devices division will …
Seeing AI is a new app by Microsoft which narrates the world around a user. Built for people with visual impairment, the app utilizes artificial intelligence to recognize and narrate what it sees. The app can recognize people, text, documents, currency, products, scenes as well as content from other apps. The user just needs to point the app at anything and the app will describe …
Microsoft has announced a bunch of new useful updates coming soon to Outlook for iOS and Android. Redesigned navigation menu, quick replies for email conversations and intelligent search, powered by Microsoft Graph, are part of the new updates.
Google has launched its new Backup and Sync utility for macOS and Windows. The utility intends to replace Google Drive and Google Photos desktop uploader apps for Mac and Windows by providing a single solution to keep all your data backed up. Even though the app is not called Google Drive, all data is still going to be synced to the same Google Services in …
Sony has added PlayStation 70 games to its subscription service, PS Now, which lets users stream games to their Windows PCs. The service was initially launched with a collection of 450+ PlayStation 3 games which include the likes of Red Dead Redemption, The Last of Us, Killzone Shadow Fall and other exclusives. Both Windows PC users and PlayStation 4 users could subscribe and start streaming …
Microsoft has shared details of an upcoming update for Outlook for Mac which will include a number of longtime requested features. New features will include send later, read and delivery receipts, email templates, drag-and-drop task creation and improved account setup experience. All these new features will be rolling out gradually to Office 365 subscribers over the coming few weeks.
Announced by EA at the E3 conference, FIFA 18 will be released worldwide on 29th September, 2017 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. As has been one of the bestselling games for EA Sports, it is likely to top the charts following its release.
Google is introducing a new app called Backup & Sync which will allow users to back up all the data from their computers, and make it available for access from anywhere. The app will let Windows and macOS users set folders to be continuously monitored and backed up to Google Drive so any file change will automatically be synced to the cloud.
Mozilla has released version 54 of Firefox with an updated multi-process architecture which aims to reduce memory usage by dividing tabs in 4 content processes. This is not the first attempt by Mozilla to speed up its browser by implementing modern technologies to improve RAM usage.
Need for Speed Payback trailer was released a few days ago by EA. The game is being developed by Ghost Games and will be available for PlayStation, Xbox One and PC. It is the twenty-third installment in the Need for Speed franchise and will be released on November 10th of 2017.
Chrome 59 is now available for macOS, Windows and Linux. The updated version of the most popular browser in the world now has a new Material Design settings page, support for native notifications in macOS as well as other security and development related updates. One of the new updates in developer tools is a full page screenshots tool.
Jun 2, 2017 Android, Apple, Google, Internet, iOS, iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, Microsoft, Snapchat, Windows No Comments
Skype has announced a major new update to its apps that revamp the whole interface and introduces a new Snapchat Stories like feature, support for add-ins and enhancements to bots. The updates will be available soon to Skype on all platforms on which it is available: Android first, followed by iOS while Windows and Mac versions will be updated in a few months.