Apps and Software Guide
This year's PIKOM Fair (I) has been brought forward. For whatever reason, this fair turned out to be a rather small one, but that doesn't mean there's nothing here.
The WhatsApp Web client is no longer restricted to the confines of Google Chrome, and now supports both Firefox and Opera browsers.
LG says its Watch Urbane LTE packs all the communication capabilities of a smartphone in a polished, metal wristwatch. Since it supports LTE, it can make and answer calls as well as send and receive text messages.
Google is taking steps to help businesses secure the Android platform, enabling users to be productive on the go with the introduction of the Android for Work program.
With the advent of DirectX 12, the days of choosing between NVIDIA and AMD may be over. Read on to find out why.
Microsoft is removing the Facebook and Google chat feature from Outlook.com, citing Google's decision to discontinue the Google Talk chat protocol.
Apple is looking to hire an editorial producer to help the company ramp up the editorial content for iTunes later this year.
Google wants you to stop worrying about your kids being bombarded by nonsensical videos, and is doing so by introducing the YouTube Kids app.
Microsoft is offering 100GB free OneDrive storage for one year to Dropbox users. To get it, you have to sign in to OneDrive and verify your Dropbox account. Click to find out more.
Finally, Microsoft is getting a friend-finder app called People Sense that closely integrates Bing Map with calling and messaging features. It's still in the development stage and there is no word on its official date release.