Xiaomi tied with Samsung for the top spot in India’s handset segment late last year, and with the momentum strongly in favor of the Chinese manufacturer, it was only a matter of time before it […]
Although devices like the Galaxy S8 and Note 8 are officially Samsung’s response to the Apple’s next-gen phone, the South Korean tech giant will nonetheless do quite well from the success of the iPhone […]
Mukesh Ambani, Chairman of Reliance Industries Ltd, on Friday announced the launch of the much-awaited ‘JioPhone’ during the company’s 40th Annual General Meeting (AGM). He used the company’s AGM to announce that Reliance Jio now […]
Microsoft is killing off Windows Phone 8.1 support today, more than three years after the company first introduced the update. The end of support marks an end to the Windows Phone era, and the millions […]
WWDC 2017 is all set to run from June 5-9 this year. The much-awaited event will be held at McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California. Apple marketing Chief Phil Schiller said that San Jose […]
First, it’s worth going over exactly what Fuchsia is, because it’s been quite a while since we talked about it. As opposed to all of Google’s other OSes, such as Android and Chrome OS, Fuchsia […]
Microsoft’s push into being the connective glue between all of your devices is encompassed in Graph. That is what the company is calling a handful of features it says will “connect dots between people, conversations, […]
The platform to replace the smartphone will be a mixed-reality device like HoloLens, says Microsoft tech guru Alex Kipman.
Microsoft is introducing a new version of Windows 10 today: Windows 10 S. It’s essentially Microsoft’s answer to Chrome OS, to simplify Windows for low-end hardware and in particular, the education market. “Everything that runs on Windows 10 S is downloaded from the Windows Store,” says Microsoft’s Windows chief Terry Myerson. That doesn’t mean that desktop apps won’t run on this version of Windows 10, but they’ll need to be specially packaged and listed in the Windows Store.
Windows 10 doesn’t behave like the Windows of yesteryear. Instead of a monolithic operating system replaced by a successor in a year or two, it€™s more of a living, breathing entity€”one that€™s constantly changing with the release of massive new named updates. The most high-profile example was 2016â€™s Anniversary Update, which added features like the Bash Shell, a dark theme, Windows Ink, Xbox Play Anywhere, and a whole, whole lot more.