You guys already seen enough of guesses on what to expect from this WWDC 14. Lets look at all the facts, instead of wild imagination and fantasy, lets see what we are not going to see from Mascone Center, just few hours later.
Voice-based search is all the rage these days. Google has now updated its official Search app for iOS with what the company is calling ‘smarter conversations.’ It means that you can use voice for search queries, and then also ask relevant, follow-up questions.
Over the past few years, many tech giants have decided to design and build their own hardware including the computer chips. Amazon is now hoping to join this list as the e-retail giant secretly tries to amass the technologies and personnel to do so.
After a lot of speculation, Apple has finally unveiled its new MacBook Air line-up. The new line-up packs the expected Haswell processors and there has been a drop of $100 in the prices of all models compared to the last line-up.
It would appear that Google Hangouts have been successful in giving Skype a tough time. The Microsoft team has responded by making the previously paid Skype group video chats free now for desktop and Xbox One users.
Although Internet Explorer is no longer the most popular browser, it continues to command a significant market share. Which is why it is alarming news that a newly-discovered zero day vulnerability affects all versions of Internet Explorer.
The tablet market in North America has rapidly expanded in size over the past two years. Despite this market-wide growth, iPad continues to be the dominant brand, commanding 77% of all tablet web traffic from US and Canada.
Google has made an amazing extension called Project Naptha for its web browser that lets users copy and erase text inside any image they find on the web! Project Naptha is available now for free via the official website or Google’s Chrome Web Store.
The Heartbleed bug that recently wrapped the internet in a whirl of massive security vulnerabilities, hints that it’s time for us to rethink digital security. Below are a few possibilities as to where the digital security is headed in the future, and where it should be headed.
The former CEO of Microsoft, Steve Ballmer, has been at the heart of a mini Twitter storm recently. A fake account with his name apparently sent out a tweet from an iPhone. And that didn’t sit well with the Windows Phone camp.
Smartphone batteries, their consumption and the time it takes to recharge them are issues that come with the territory. StoreDot has now come up with a new charger that can notch up the battery of your handset to 100% in a mere 30 seconds.
Microsoft has been touting the heightened security of its latest console, the Xbox One. A 5 year old kid, though, was able to crack right through that security, an accomplishment that was formally acknowledged by Microsoft.
Microsoft is shuttering Windows XP in April this year. Once this happens, there will no longer be any security updates for the OS. Anticipating this, a Japanese bank has now upgraded 30,000 of its terminals from Windows XP to Windows 8.
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