Microsoft today held a press event to announce the next major version of Windows, called Windows 10. To the surprise of many, the software giant skipped Windows 9 entirely, and went right to Windows 10 from Windows 8.
Apple will announce Q4 2014 financial results on October 20, will likely include initial iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus sales
After the launch of the iPhone 6 Plus (and iPhone 6), a series of videos started making the rounds showcasing people bending their iPhone 6 Plus units. As these things tend to do, it spread like a wildfire, even picked up its own hashtag, and now you merely have to throw a rock to find someone trying to bend an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus for whatever reason. Now, a major publication in Europe has reportedly had its PR accreditation revoked after bending an iPhone 6 Plus on video.
Apple has just released OS X Yosemite GM candidate to developers. The Golden master candidate comes just two weeks after releasing OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 8.
Despite the fact that Apple’s first wearable, the Watch, is official and we’ve seen plenty of pictures of the device since its unveiling, there are still plenty of questions about the device swirling out there in the wild. A new hands-on report with the upcoming device has shed some light on a few of them.
In late July of this year, Spotify’s iOS app received a major update that brought in new features, as well as an invite system for Canadians who wanted to try out the music streaming service. Now, two months later, the app is finally publicly available.
The picture is beginning to get clearer surrounding the Apple Watch, which is officially set to be released early next year. According to a new report by the Chinese-language website AppleDaily, the Apple Watch will enter mass production in January 2015 with Taiwan-based Quanta Computer as the only supplier of the smartwatch.