Facebook has started planning and creating its own operating system that could eventually make it to mobile phones. The main reason for this move is that he company wants to reduce the dependancy on Android and wants to operate within its own OS ecosystem. Read More
Oh no! Did you just delete that precious picture or that soothing music or maybe that super-important document? You can’t even find it in the trash bin? Gosh. What do you now?
Well, let me introduce to you a software that should definitely be on your Mac so this sorta stuff doesn’t happen again. Read More
Chrome Cr-48 was distributed by Google to allow users to test the capability and functionality of Chrome OS. Google does not plan to put it up for sale. The notebook that comes with Chrome OS has been hacked to run Mac OS X, Windows 7 and even Ubuntu. Good job, guys!
SugarSync is an amazing file-syncing service that allows you to store data on the cloud and access them from anywhere and from almost any device. The company offers a lot of payment plans currently out of which one is a free plan.
After months of testing, Apple has finally released Mac OS X 10.6.5. The new update is available via Software Update and includes loads of bug fixes, security patches and other improvements.
The Android market has got a minor update today that allows Android developers to enter any “Recent Changes” that have been made to the App instead of the 325 characters box that had to be used to describe both the features and the changes.
Hexxeh, a developer who releases builds of Google’s Chrome OS has managed to port Chromium OS to iPad.
Hexxeh has just posted the link to the next build of Chromium OS. This Vanilla build has loads to offer and if you are using Flow, you’ll be impressed. The build process has also been automated and now you don’t need to manually upgrade to the latest builds of the next generation Operating System from Google.