I honestly don’t know what took Microsoft so long, but believe it or not, until now Microsoft did not officially provide a way to search the Windows 8 App Store […]
Glide app for Windows 8 lets you browse your files stored on all of your cloud services in one, single place. You can connect to the various cloud storage services […]
If you love the endless running game Temple Run on iOS, Android, and Windows Phone, and you also love the Disney movie Brave, then check out this game for Windows […]
AppSwitch updates with more awesome features and bug fixes: Release notes Version 188.8.131.52: – Added support for BlackBerry devices – Receive toast notifications and live tile updates when new matches […]
A long while back I ran treatise on an App that debuted in the Store that allows Switchers from other Mobile OSes to feel at home on Windows 8. Since […]
Screenshots Description Suit up with a selection of the coolest jetpacks ever made and take to the skies as Barry Steakfries, the lovable hero on a one-way trip to adventure! […]
[Update 2012-10-11: The Developers of this App (AppSwitch) wants your help to make this app better by proposing App Matches on their site: http://www.appswitch.co.uk. So if you are a user […]
Screenshots Description Slice across the screen to deliciously slash and splatter fruit like a true ninja warrior. Be careful of bombs – they are explosive to touch and will put […]
Instagram is finally available for Android, but not everyone is excited. According to a CNN article, iOS users adopted a pretty snobby attitude when Instagram dropped into the Google Play […]
Recently, a thought came to my mind. I pondered if Microsoft will be likely to give away upgrade versions of Windows for free for Windows versions following Windows 8. Windows has been relatively much more expensive compared to other operating systems on the market. Even to upgrade from one version to the next, on would have to buy a boxed “upgrade” copy or download the installer from online for nearly a hundred dollars if not more. Competitors, like Linux were free while Mac OSX cost around 30 dollars to upgrade. However, Windows has been so well used and a stable operating system, people would put up with the high upgrade costs. Given that this has been like so for at least 20 years or so, does it make any sense to believe that Microsoft might start giving away upgrade versions of Windows 8’s successors? Though this would be completely unlike Microsoft’s Windows business strategies, it does make sense to give away Windows “9” and future upgrades for free, and here’s why.
DeviceFidelity and Spring Card Systems have collaborated together to create a revolutionary new product: the Moneto NFC MicroSD card. Yes that’s right, a MicroSD card to be used in Android […]
We are at another new year. 2012 is here and we are all still alive! To celebrate the new year, we are going to have a little fun here. Some […]
In a recent court battle between Apple and HTC Apple came away with what could be considered a major blow to one of it’s top competitors. So, what’s such the […]
HP has made news, once again, but this time, this is good news! HP’s WebOS is now open source. WebOS was originally developed by Palm, Inc, and it is really […]
Tech blogs around the web are blowing up about this new found device being debut by none other than MIPS. The Novo7 by Ingenic is portrayed to be the game maker in a world full of sub par, overpriced Android tablets.