Microsoft may be focused on the Xbox One, but it hasn’t forgotten about the Xbox 360. The company today released a system update that brings long-awaited support for larger external hard drives (up to 2TB), along with some minor UI and account management improvements.
Discover, Apple Pay’s lone holdout among the major credit card issuers, announced today that it will finally bring support for the secure mobile payments service to its cardmembers this fall.
It’s still April 23rd in most of the United States, but it’s already Apple Watch launch day in other parts of the world, and the dedicated folks at iFixit have already obtained their wearable sacrifice for one of the company’s legendary teardowns.
After announcing in 2013 that it would provide support for Chrome on Windows XP through “at least April 2015,” Google this week clarified its commitment, pledging to support the browser on the aging operating system through the end of the year.
Microsoft late Tuesday released an update to the Office for Mac 2016 Preview. In addition to a number of bug fixes and functionality improvements, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint received some visual tweaks that mirror the changes in progress for the Office 2016 for Windows beta.
Apple announced today that its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will take place this year June 8 through June 12 at its usual venue in San Francisco’s Moscone West event center. Those interested in attending must register for a ticket lottery between now and Friday, April 17. Winners will be notified via email on April 20th.
Apple Watch is the first Apple product that you really have to try in person before you buy. Factors such as size, color, material, and band make it a truly personal device. But instead of fighting the crowds in Apple Retail Stores, why not have an Apple Watch mailed to you for testing? Enter Lumoid, the first of likely many companies that promises to provide a try-before-you-buy rental for Apple’s latest device.
Microsoft is now offering one year of 100GB OneDrive storage for free to Dropbox users. Users need only to log in to their OneDrive account and then upload a verification file to their Dropbox Account.
Apple today took two welcome steps to improve the company’s iOS App Store, first by increasing the maximum size of apps from 2GB to 4GB, and second by launching a new store section highlighting games that don’t involve in-app purchases.
The Plex development team announced today the limited launch of the official Plex client for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. The app mirrors the look and feel of its Xbox counterpart, and is limited initially to Plex Pass members.