According to the reports, Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 Update 1 is most likely set for a release in April, although we did note that according to earlier reports, the Microsoft had already signed off on the final build which would suggest that it’s good to go, leading to the possibility that a leaked build could make its way online.
Well sure enough it has. In fact one of the ways Windows 8 users could update their OS to the latest build is by tweaking their registry, but if you’d rather not do that and would rather get your hands on the files themselves, it seems that Microsoft has accidentally leaked the direct links to the files.
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How often have you, while watching TV or watching a video clip on your computer, turn away from the screen and start looking up information about a certain actor/actress or to find out more about the show itself on another device?
This method of using another device to find out more information is also known as the second screen phenomenon and while it is perfectly legit, safe to say unless you were to pause the show, chances are you’ll miss out on what’s being played, and that’s exactly what SeeSpace wants to prevent with a gadget called InAIR.
Basically what InAir does is it acts as an intermediary between your cable box and your television. Typically you’d plug your cable box to your TV, but with InAIR, the cable from the cable box goes into the device, and the TV’s cable will go in the other end.
Read full post →SeeSpace’s InAIR Will Do Away With The Need For A Second Screen