Android 7.1 Nougat may arrive on older Nexus devices such as Nexus 6, Nexus 9 and more by December. The software update will bring a variety of new features to mobile phones.
Some of Vine’s top creators launched a proposal to try to save the app from shutting down. Obviously, that did not work out well, with the stars now moving on to other platforms.
iOS 10.1 is Apple’s latest update, but some iPad and iPhone users feel iOS 10 was a better fit for their iDevices. We’ve listed a few tips and tricks on how to revert to their favorite mobile OS.
The MacBook Pro now has Touch ID, a feature that is mostly overlooked. AgileBits seems to have taken due notice of it, though, posting a sneak peek video of how Touch ID can work with password managing software 1Password.
A new update to Skype for iOS is now available for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The new update brings the ability to send messages right inside Siri, without having to open the Skype app.
reader comments 17 Share this story The initial buyer of software that comes with an unlimited user licence may resell that copy and the licence, Europe’s top court has ruled—however, where the original physical medium has been damaged, destroyed, or lost, a tangible backup copy mustn’t be sold in its place. The case considered by […]
reader comments Share this story The sale of a computer equipped with pre-installed software isn’t an unfair commercial practice because most customers prefer to buy a laptop they can use straight away, Europe’s top court has ruled in a victory for Sony. “Failure to indicate the price of each item of pre-installed software” isn’t misleading, […]
reader comments 3 Share this story The Software Heritage project aims to “collect, organise, preserve and make easily accessible the source code of all software that is publicly available.” Calling itself the “Software Wikipedia,” the “Internet Archive for source code,” and even the “Library of Alexandria of software,” it believes “a single and universal archive […]
reader comments 14 Share this story The European Union’s imminent Radio Equipment Directive threatens “software freedom, users’ rights, fair competition, innovation, environment, and volunteering—without comparable benefits for security,” according to the Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE), and 22 other digital rights organisations and companies. In a joint statement, the group has called for a range […]
reader comments 47 Share this story Six people have been charged in what prosecutors say was a scheme to hack Connecticut state lottery terminals so they produced more winning tickets and fewer losing ones. At least two of the suspects have been charged with felonies, including first-degree larceny, first-degree computer crimes, and rigging a game, […]