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Gmail for Android updated with Material Design, rolling out now
Nov 04,2014 0 Comments
Gmail for Android updated with Material Design, rolling out now. Google is busy redesigning its apps with the new Material Design language and Gmail is the latest of its apps that is rolling out with the changes. Although Google is working on a separate Inbox app for Android to bring a ...
Five Things We Like (So Far) About Windows 10
Oct 04,2014 0 Comments
Recently, the world found out that Microsoft’s latest OS would not be called Windows 9. Instead, Microsoft will be moving straight to Windows 10, because it appears that “seven ate nine” and the legacy of Windows 95 would have been a nightmare. Then yesterday, Microsoft released its ...
64-bit beta Chrome Web browser arrives for Windows
Jun 05,2014 0 Comments
Google promises that it will give users a faster and more secure browsing experience. That may happen one day, but it’s not there yet when it comes to speed. The program is currently only available in the Canary (read alpha) and dev (read beta) channels. You must deliberately choose to ...
Microsoft finally launches the ‘Files’ app for Windows Phone 8.1
Jun 02,2014 0 Comments
Microsoft has launched the “Files,” file management application for Windows Phone 8.1 devices after years of requests from users. Joe Belfiore, Microsoft’s Windows Phone VP and manager, tweeted the availability of the much anticipated application today. Prior to the release of ...
If You Love IFTTT Then This Connected Hardware bttn May Push Your Buttons
May 28,2014 0 Comments
Internet connection and automation service IFTTT, which joins the dots between different Internet services and mobile OS components to create recipes to do things automatically for you, is awesome-sauce for the tech savvy. But for those who might not be quite so comfortable putting in place a ...
Microsoft Windows 8 and Metro UI
Apr 13,2013 0 Comments
Microsoft Windows 8 and Metro UI. Reports surfaced this week clearly showing a huge drop in overall PC sales during the first quarter of 2013. As we have reported in a recent news article, expert analyst firms have placed this drop between the region of 11% (Gartner) to 14% (IDC). This is a ...
Ubuntu 13.04 Linux Can Outperform Apple OS X 10.8.3
Apr 10,2013 0 Comments
Ubuntu 13.04 Linux Can Outperform Apple OS X 10.8.3. In the road to the release of Ubuntu 13.04 “Raring Ringtail” later this month will be a number of articles benchmarking this major Linux distribution update against its friends and competitors. To complement the Ubuntu 13.04 ...
Rightware Basemark X Tested on Several Popular Mobile Devices
Apr 10,2013 0 Comments
Rightware Basemark X Tested on Several Popular Mobile Devices. The past week has been quite crazy in my lab here in Australia. Last week I thrashed my devices with Futuremark’s new 3DMark for Android, this week Rightware have given out Basemark X. Basemark X strays from the competition in ...
Windows 8 Outperforming Ubuntu Linux With Intel OpenGL Graphics
Mar 22,2013 0 Comments
Windows 8 Outperforming Ubuntu Linux With Intel OpenGL Graphics. In our benchmarks of Microsoft Windows 8, we have found that Intel’s Windows OpenGL driver is generally superior to that of their open-source Linux graphics driver. Some progress has been made, but in today’s testing ...
Google Reader Alternatives for Android & iOS
Mar 16,2013 0 Comments
Google Reader Alternatives for Android & iOS. With Google’s announced plans to close its Reader service on July 1st, I decided to spend some time seeking out alternatives (a total contrast to my usual move of waiting until the last minute). After spending a little too much time scouring ...
TRIM Check: Overview of an essential SSD TRIM functionality tester
Feb 17,2013 0 Comments
TRIM Check: Overview of an essential SSD TRIM functionality tester. Most SSD users are aware that TRIM is an essential Windows command that prolongs SSD life and ensures that their SSDs stay speedy. TRIM kicks-in after a file deletion in Windows and notifies the SSD controller of which data ...
Unigine Valley & Unigine Heaven 4.0 Coming Next Week
Feb 11,2013 0 Comments
Unigine Corp will be announcing next week the release of Unigine Valley 1.0 and the 4.0 update to their very popular cross-platform Unigine Heaven technology demo. Unigine Valley is an incredibly beautiful tech demo of the Unigine Engine coming to Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows operating systems. ...
Making the most of your move to Office 365
Feb 06,2013 0 Comments
Moving to a cloud based solution such as Microsoft Office 365 is an easy decision to make, but successful migration depends on meticulous planning – and integration with a unified email management system delivered from the cloud helps to maximise your investment. Your organisation’s needs ...
New 3DMark Benchmark Highlights and First GPU Results
Feb 05,2013 0 Comments
New 3DMark Benchmark Highlights and First GPU Results Futuremark today released the Windows version of the new 3DMark benchmark! This highly anticipated release has been delayed a number of times, but it appears to be complete and ready for release. We’ve recently been benchmarking the ...
Linux 3.2 To 3.8 Kernels With Intel Ivy Bridge Graphics
Jan 28,2013 0 Comments
With the Intel Haswell product launch coming up soon, here’s a look at how the Intel “Ivy Bridge” HD 4000 graphics support has matured on the seven most recent Linux kernel releases. This benchmarking shows how the performance of the Intel DRM driver has changed between the ...