Apps and Software Guide
After introducing Spartan as the successor to Internet Explorer, Microsoft has taken another one step forward by announcing that the Windows 10 browser will also support extensions.
The future is very bleak for Microsoft's 2-year-old, ARM-supporting OS, with no full Windows 10 for Windows RT users, and the discontinuing of the Surface 2 hardware.
There is an upcoming web browser that is aimed at power users. It's called Vivaldi, and is made by the former CEO and co-founder of Opera. There's a preview that you can try out for yourself. More details inside.
Officers in the U.S. want Google to shut down Waze's 'police stalking' feature, citing that it could potentially endanger officers and help criminals escape.
Facebook has launched Facebook Lite, a simplified version of its mobile social media platform that has been designed for low-end Android devices.
While WhatsApp's browser chatting was making the news last week, WeChat's trying to take some of that thunder by reminding everybody that it too has web browser chat functionality.
It's one thing when a thief steals an electronic device for their own use. But taking a selfie with a stolen iPad that's still synced to the original owner's cloud? Now that's really stupid.
Microsoft announced Office for Windows 10 and Office 2016, both of which are set to launch sometime this year.
Picattoo lets you truly show the world how much you love that nasi lemak you had for breakfast the other day.
You can now use your full-sized keyboard to write messages to your friends via WhatsApp, that is if you have the latest version of the app and is using Chrome.