07/02/2012, Microsoft has done a good job making sure that everyone is able to upgrade to its newest operating system. To start they’ve made it available to all PC users who are currently running Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7. The upgrade is available for the surprisingly low price of $39.99 compared to what it has been in the past. It is also available in 131 markets currently.
12/08/2011, Today’s big announcement from Skype would be the availability of a new update for Skype Click to Call for two browsers – Firefox 9 as well as Chrome 16. This new update would bump up Skype Click to Call for Windows’s version number to 5.8.8855, where it will include support for Firefox 9 and Chrome 16, as well as performance improvements on Internet Explorer and Chrome. Users should be able […]
09/28/2011, When the Motorola XOOM Android tablet made its debut, it didn’t ship with 4G LTE connectivity. Consumers had to wait for Motorola and Verizon to provide the upgrade to the tablet, and now, after many months – it’s finally here. Motorola has just announced on its official Twitter account that beginning tomorrow, the 4G LTE upgrade for the Motorola XOOM will be available. Users will have to visit the Verizon […]
09/28/2011, Micro Four-Thirds cameras are starting to catch on, namely due to their quality and interchangeable lens which has managed to blur the line between compact cameras and DSLRs. This has resulted in manufacturers aggressively pushing out their cameras, and with the Panasonic GH2 released last year, it’s only normal that we should be able to expect an update or refresh to the GH series this year, but for Panasonic GH3 […]
09/19/2011, iTwin, the nifty wireless filesharing device was announced to have Mac OS X support late last month. As of today, the device has left the beta testing stage and is now ready to be used by the public. Users who want to download the upgrade for their computers can head over to iTwin’s website to get it.
09/12/2011, If you use SkyDrive for storing your photos and documents, you’ll be pleased to know that Microsoft will be making some changes to the service in the future. Users of the cloud storage system will be able to store an unlimited amount of photos and documents with SkyDrive Wave 5. For all their other types of files, the service will give 25GB of space. This is a huge improvement over […]
08/24/2011, Bloomberg has reported that Facebook, the world’s largest social network, has plans to improve the site and keep it ahead of the competition with the acquisition of even more technology/companies this year. With already 13 acquisitions in the bag this year, the company has its eyes on about 7 more purchases for 2011. Facebook already stands out from its main rivals: Twitter and Google+, but it looks like they’re thinking […]
08/15/2011, Do you remember last year in September when Intel gave consumers the option to upgrade some if its processors’ software with the use of a specially purchased unlock code? It didn’t go down so well with the consumers – after all, who liked the idea of purchasing a “crippled” processor? Well, it looks like Intel didn’t learn, or didn’t care – because they’ve done it again this year, this time […]
08/03/2011, If you’ve checked out the StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty demo but feel that there isn’t enough content for you to get a good feel of the game, Blizzard has some good news for you. The company has just announced that they’ve upgraded the StarCraft II demo and rebranded it as the StarCraft II: Starter Edition. More than just a name change, the StarCraft II: Starter Edition gives additional content […]
07/19/2011, Folks thinking about getting the Nissan LEAF but haven’t invested their hard earned cash into getting one will be pleased to know that their patience has paid off. Nissan has just announced that it launching an updated Nissan LEAF based on feedback of thousands of owners who have already driving one around. The new features will be available in the 2012 model which will also be sold in more regions […]
07/18/2011, We all know that the Pre 3 was supposed to ship about 10 days ago – at least that’s what Play.com advertised when it put the phone up for pre-order. But the date came, and the phone didn’t turn up, and people were left wondering what went wrong. Well, it looks like the reason for the delay might have been discovered. A quick check of the official HP Pre 3 […]
06/09/2011, Google introduced the discussions feature to Google Docs not too long ago, and recently they’ve managed to update it with some new features to make it even more useful. The discussion pane has now been improved, which makes it easier to figure out which part of the document users are talking about. It’s also been given a visual tune up to look nicer. Users can now access document statistics to […]
06/09/2011, Great news for 4G device users on Sprint’s WiMAX network. According to a leaked photograph of a Sprint memo, the current 1.0Mbps upload speed cap for its WiMAX devices will be given a boost to 1.5Mbps. The boost will only affect mobile devices such as their EVO 4G and Epic 4G phones, but “fixed” devices like their desktop modems won’t be given the same treatment. It’s uncertain why Sprint made […]
06/07/2011, The folks over at Phandroid recently got their hands on an email that is supposedly a reminder from Verizon, letting XOOM customers know that the promised 4G LTE update to the tablet is on its way. Here’s what the email said: Thank you for submitting your Motorola Xoom for the 4G LTE upgrade. You should have recently received a package in the mail with instructions and materials for returning your […]