Microsoft has reopened—for a very limited time—the option to beta test its Office applications on iOS devices through Apple’s TestFlight program. As of this writing, Microsoft is accepting testers for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Outlook on its Office Insider Program website. OneDrive is also being offered, though as of this writing, the invitation linkContinue reading “Microsoft Once Again Accepting iOS Office Insiders for a Limited Time”
I mentioned yesterday that Microsoft doesn’t hide the fact that any system can be broken, they embraced the fact and built their security initiatives that bad can and will happen to data. Now you can hear it for yourselves from a Lead Architect of Microsoft Cloud Computing platform Mark Russinovich. He was talking to MicrosoftContinue reading “Microsoft Garage details Microsoft’s Cloud Security Strategy”
While Apple is today busy burying it’s head deeper into the sands, Microsoft chose to detail it’s track records with Online Safety initiatives of its Trustworthy Computing Policy efforts. What a marked difference between the two Internet giants. One is too busy denying they’re vulnerable, the other is accepting the fact that any system isContinue reading “Microsoft Details it’s Online Safety History”
Boy, I knew this was coming, still it was disappointment when it comes. The wait is over, Apple has come to town on the rootcause of the Celebrities nude breach, yes, it wasn’t Apple’s fault as usual. How could we have guessed different. Apple confirmed there was a breach, but it was because users wereContinue reading “Apple pushes its head further into the sand”
With all the nude leaks going on these last days, all linked to iCloud breach, and the thundering silence of Apple to respond officially to the allegations, I am smelling a rat. It is two days after the fact, and Apple is yet to go to town with their manipulative attitudes. That smells to meContinue reading “Apple Painted itself into a Corner”
We had a flood of tech news for the week of June 6, 2014! Some include Apple’s WWDC, an interesting OneDrive update, and changes to Xbox LIVE Gold.
“This thing called Orange doesn’t look like Apple, doesn’t have Apple color, it doesn’t taste like Apple, an Apple can have a worm, but this Orange thing can’t even tolerate a worm”. Here we go again. Another Microsoft Hardware/Platform launch, followed by rounds of Reviews from people who has little or no interest in Microsoft,Continue reading “When an Apple person reviews Oranges”
Starting some time today, Apple will be pushing iOS 7 out to the masses. Millions will be upgrading to the new, flat UI. But do they know that not all iOS devices will not be fully compatible (if at all) with the new mobile operating system? Check out this iOS 7 compatibility chart before upgrading.
The iPhone 5 is discontinued. Alas, farewell iPhone 5. We barely knew thee. As the world reels after Apple’s announcement of the new iPhone 5C and 5S, we’ve now learned the fate of their predecessor. This comes as a shock because there have been reports that the 16GB version of the iPhone 5 would liveContinue reading “The Dearly Departed iPhone 5 is Discontinued”
Apple is going to brighten up everyones day….(hint hint) The greatest moment in the history of ever is about to begin tomorrow. The Apple iPhone Event will be today at 10am PT/1pm ET from Cupertino, CA. We will be liveblogging the event and also post multiple articles about the products, their specifications and colours (ooh…shiny).Continue reading “Get ready for the Apple iPhone Event liveblog”
Happy 6th Anniversary dear iPhone, today; 6 years ago you were born and you revolutionized the world with your ease of use. Lets call it like it is; Apple changed everything when it came to smartphones. iPhone, iPhone 2G…iPhone First Generation (whichever you prefer) was released on June 29th, 2007 available exclusively for AT&T. ItContinue reading “6th Anniversary of the first iPhone”
We all have those gadgets we don’t “need” but we feel that they encourage us to do better or they give us a sense of security. The Nike+ FuelBand was given to me for my birthday this year and it’s a really neat device. It shows; fuel points earned, calories burned, current time, steps made,Continue reading “Nike+ Fuelband Review”
As we all know, Apple has been generating a lot of news lately. And not merely just for it’s new devices or even the next greatest watch, the iWatch. The area in which Apple in generating news is where it has been for the past 4 or 5 years. Apple is very well known forContinue reading “Bad Apples- She’s at it again”
The moment all Apple lovers have been waiting for may be right around the corner. According to the iPhone “experts” we should be expecting the 7th iPhone this Summer since we haven’t seen a new devices since October when the iPad Mini was released. Though Apple is continuously working with its counterparts in Asia onContinue reading “#AppleProbz & The iPhone #7”
Apple CEO, Tim Cook signed a letter of apology to Apple consumers in China which was discovered on Apple’s website Tuesday morning by Techtronica staff. Thanks to Google Translate we were able to find that Apple’s apology consisted of encouraging words to the China version of Apple’s website including, “We express our sincere apologies forContinue reading “Apple: “Sorry China””