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Twitter has made upgrades to its Android and iOS apps in the hopes of winning back users who were turned away after the last major redesign.
PrivacyChoice debuts Privacyscore, a free tool that details the tracking practices and privacy practices of more than 200 Facebook applications.
Apple has announced that its annual Worldwide Developers Conference will be held from June 11-15 in San Francisco. And in less than two hours, all tickets have been snapped up.
Tim Cook takes a jab at Microsoft's upcoming Windows 8 operating system during a recent conference call. Although the Apple CEO did not mention Microsoft specifically, the insinuative remark was a little too obvious to miss.
This world's first sneak peek provided Singaporean analysts, media and bloggers with an insight into the advanced detection technology and multi-layered security features.
Google hops onto the cloud storage bandwagon with Google Drive, which offers 5GB free storage and supports over 30 types of documents including Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. It is available now for PC, Mac and Android, and will come soon to the iPhone and iPad.
Microsoft has announced it will release a 'Release Preview' version of Windows 8 in the first week of June. The president of Microsoft's Windows unit, Mr. Steven Sinofsky made this announcement at a Windows Developer Days event in Japan yesterday.
New releases of 14 CS6 applications and four Creative Suites include the Adobe Creative Suite 6 Design & Web Premium, Adobe Creative Suite 6 Design Standard, Adobe Creative Suite 6 Production Premium and Adobe Creative Suite 6 Master Collection.
With BlackBerry 7.1, the smartphone incorporates the new Battery Saving Mode feature, which allows users the option to have their smartphone settings automatically adjusted when the battery power reaches a level preset by them.
If you're hoping that Windows 8 comes as a one-size-fits-all operating system like OS X, you're out of luck. But thankfully, Microsoft has announced that the number of variations has been cut down to a grand total of four.