Microsoft’s new maintenance patch fixes a bunch of issues — if you can get it to take.
The Verge — a site which isn’t known for getting giddy over unsubstantiated rumors — has a report up by Tom Warren about a doozy of an unannounced product. It’s a Nokia phone code-named “Normandy,” and the part that’s startling …
You still can’t stuff 1,000 words into a tweet, but you can now send pictures back and forth via direct message when using Twitter’s iOS and Android apps.
A pure Android tablet with more screen for more money.
GigaOM’s Janko Roettgers reports that Google’s $35 Chromecast TV stick has added support for 10 new streaming media services: Plex, aVia, RealPlayer, BeyondPod, PostTV, Songza, RedbullTV, Revision3, VEVO and Viki.
The next version of Windows may restore a feature it never should have lost.
Update adds Nintendo Network ID support as well as Nintendo’s social Miiverse.
Starting December 26, Apple will be giving away one downloadable goodie each day until January 6. As 9to5Mac notes, this marks the first time this promotion will be available to those of us in the U.S.
Microsoft’s answer to the Apple Store is wonderful. But PC buyers apparently don’t want wonderful.
As I analyze the industry, I’ve become increasingly aware that Android serves two roles.
AT&T says it isn’t required to disclose to shareholders what it does with customers’ data.
That may not be what the retailer in fact claimed.