Outlook Web App has limited launch on Android

A lot of users have been waiting for an Android version of the Outlook Web App (OWA) for a long time now as iOS users have had access to the service for quite some time. Microsoft has decided to launch a pre-release version on Android that will only be...

SoundCloud now has ads, prepares subscription service that removes them

SoundCloud has added advertisements to its platform for the first time ever and will also launch a paid subscription service sometime in the "coming months" that will remove them. This comes after the company started talking with music labels over royalty payments and the like in order to avoid...

Microsoft appealing US warrant that demands access to overseas customer data

A United States search warrant was issued to Microsoft last week in order to allow the government access to data that is being stored overseas by Microsoft. The company is arguing that the US cannot demand the data of a person located overseas and that it is unreasonable to...

New Google-backed underwater cable to give big speed boost to the Internet

Submarine telecommunications cables are always an interesting subject to discuss. Improvements to the underwater cables have a noticeable difference in internet speeds around the world and that is what FASTER is aiming for as well. Google along with China Mobile, China Telecom, Global Transit, KDDI and SingTel are backing...

POODLE is a new web security flaw discovered by Google

Web security during this year has been an incredibly hot subject with multiple exploits finding their way into the mainstream and affecting millions of users around the world. Although this is not of the same volume as Heartbleed, POODLE is an SSL 3.0 security flaw that could let attackers...

Tinder has made 1 billion user matches

Everyone and their mother know what Tinder is nowadays. If, however, you have found yourself wondering about the exact number of the matchmaking application, you can rest in peace for they are here. Tinder has made 1 billion matches between users since launch. To understand this, you have to...

Alphabet is Google’s new parent company

In a completely unexpected announcement, Larry Page has just announced the creation of a new company called Alphabet that will be taking Google along with all of its services under its wing. Alphabet is described as “mostly a collection of companies”, the biggest of which is obviously Google. Larry...

Apple launches battery replacement program for some iPhone 5 devices

Apple's latest replacement program aims for the batteries of iPhone 5 devices that were sold in the first few months, specifically between September 2012 and January 2013 as the vast majority of affected devices were released around those months. This follows the power button replacement program that launched a few...

VISA is about to make your online transactions more secure

Although it took a while, Visa is not a stranger to online platforms and web security any more. After releasing its Checkout platform in July 2014, the company is now trying to reinvent online credit card security by removing the 16-digit account number in your online payments. When this system goes...

Andy Rubin is leaving Google

Andy Rubin, known around the world as the founder of Android, has decided to leave Google in order to pursue his own interests in creating an incubator for hardware startups. Rubin has been heading Google's robotics division for about a year and a half now, the reins of which...

Latest

How to open or save as WebP image files in Photoshop

As we discussed before, WebP is Google's modern format for lossy and lossless image compressions. It is basically aimed at replacing JPEG, PNG and GIF...

Popular

Windows Media Player Subtitles

How To: Add subtitles to Windows Media Player

Since loads of people refuse to abandon Windows Media Player but are still having problems with their subtitles, I figured I would make this guide...