Three significant changes are being made to Microsoft Internet Explorer in the latest development builds of Windows 10. In this article, we will, Insha’Allah, take a look at these changes as well as some of other significant moves the company has been making recently to drastically reduce the overall reliance on Internet Explorer and encourageContinue reading “Microsoft Makes Changes to Internet Explorer on Windows 10. Removes IE11 Branding”
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”
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The eBay App has updated in the Store with the following: Release notesWe have been listening to excellent suggestions about usability, and have made many changes to enhance the experience as a result. This update includes several changes improving the ease of use, as well as design of the app. We will be adding moreContinue reading “eBay App Updates with Major Upgrades in Windows Store”
Today, we have a release of the newest of the Xbox Games collection. This game, Skulls of the Shotgun, is an action strategy game and it integrates fully with Xbox services. This game is rated T (for teens), as it contains blood, suggestive themes, and violence. Here’s the game description. Description “Washing up on theContinue reading “Skulls of the Shogun – Xbox Game”
We blogged earlier about a relaxation app called Naturespace. It is an app to help you relax, featuring some soothing music and sounds. Well, a couple of days ago, this app got a huge upgrade, featuring even more sounds. Here’s the description from the developer. Description Welcome to Naturespace Holographic Audio, creators of theContinue reading “Mega Update to Naturespace — You Can Now Relax Even More!”
So, what happens when your girlfriend gets her own 15 seconds of fame on National Television and Brent Musburger even comments on her? Well, she’s going to attract guys of all ages first of all, starting with the pre-teen beside her and escalating to thousands of twitter users.
Today I want to share with you an app we blogged about earlier in 2012. This originally was an YouTube downloader app. Now, it has been updated to support turning even offline videos to mp3 audio format. Furthermore, the update now includes a more touch friendly layout of YouTube. Originally, it only was a wrapperContinue reading “App Update — Download YouTube Videos as Audio (MP3)”
Where has the year gone? Just yesterday we were whining about the ‘Friday’ travesty of a song or doing our best Antoine Dodson impersonation with the ‘Bed Intruder’ song blaring in the background. But now…yes now we have new viral videos to revile and enjoy. 2012 was definitely a record-breaking year. ‘Gangnam Style’ byContinue reading “End The Year YouTube Style With Rewind 2012”
Ever wonder what the Internet would look like on a map? Well wonder no more.
Lady and Gentlemen, we’ve officially crossed the 3K Milestone in the Store. It was long time coming, as we were expecting this crossover in the past Weekend but it didn’t come. Of this number of course about 60 of this are Desktop Apps. So it is celebration time from Microsoft as those sneering that theContinue reading “Windows Store Officially Crossed 3K Apps Milestone”
StartScreen fresh after RTM Install 2012-08-18
On July 10th Viacom blacked out its channels on DirecTV causing many to jump program providers, but is this dispute over? This all started when [allegedly] Viacom wanted to hike DirecTV customer’s prices which would “cause a Friday, DirecTV customers blackout’s ended and programming resumed as normal. Though in the Friday morning press release theContinue reading “Viacom vs. DirecTV: “DTV May Have Won This Battle””