Archive | February 2015

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Battle of the cloud storage: OneDrive vs. iCloud vs. Dropbox vs. Google Drive

Comparison includes Microsoft’s OneDrive, Apple’s iCloud, Google Drive, and Dropbox. All of these services provide useful abilities one way or another, but which one is perfect for your needs?

Microsoft Band gets update for more features and functionality

Microsoft just launched a major update to the Microsoft Band–a smart band that tracks everything from steps and calories burned to emails and meetings–to make the device even more useful to you.

How to manually enable tablet mode in the Windows 10 preview

Continuum is Microsoft’s fancy new way of switching between tablet and desktop mode in Windows 10 as and when the need arises, but what if you want to play around with tablet mode on your desktop PC? Well, no worries, as is often the case there’s a manual way to do it so long as you know where to look. Here’s where to find it.

WhatsApp Video Optimizer update allows you to fine-tune settings for video conversion

Third-party conversion app WhatsApp Video Optimizer offers a quick way for users to convert videos to conform to WhatsApp’s 16MB threshold for videos. The app picked up an update that gives users the ability to select the output folder as well as the resolution, audio and video bitrate.

Windows 10 build 10022 screenshots leak from fbl_impressive, release imminent?

Screenshots from Windows 10 build 10022 have leaked onto the internet from the upcoming public branch fbl_impressive. we understands that this build mainly focuses on under-the-hood improvements and doesn’t include many new features.

Microsoft working on a number of HoloLens related projects, for Xbox One and beyond

Microsoft has a different vision for the future, one that is decidedly more exciting. Instead of replacing the world around the user, information is merely overlaid on top of the existing environment. This is interesting for a number of reasons, the most important of which is that the uses of such a technology are not limited to entertainment.

Windows 10 Technical Preview hotfixes out for Internet Explorer, preparation for next build

Some hotfixes for users of the Windows 10 Technical Preview Build 9926 has been pushed out for Internet Explorer security and to help prepare for the next build.