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Oct 17, 2017
Adobe warns that hackers are exploiting flaws in its Flash multimedia software platform in web browsersAdobe said it had released a Flash security update to fix the problem, which affected Google’s Chrome and Microsoft’s Edge and Internet Explorer browsers.
Oct 05, 2017
Microsoft Edge Preview is now available for iOS and Android users; final version to come 'soon'Microsoft Edge Preview is only limited to users who are running Windows Insider builds on their devices at the time of writing.
Sep 28, 2017
An Internet Explorer bug allows hackers to capture all the text that you enter in the address barA researcher has disclosed an Internet Explorer bug that allows a hacker to steal the text from the browser’s address bar.
Sep 12, 2017
Apple iPhone 8 event: Apple iPhone X, iPhone 8 / 8 Plus, Apple Watch Series 3 and Apple TV 4K announcedCupertino based tech giants, Apple will go live with the launch event of their latest edition of the iPhone at 10 pm IST from the Steve Jobs Theatre, US.
Aug 30, 2017
Jun 10, 2017
Latest version of Windows 10 introduces a new UI and better interfaceThe latest version of Windows 10 introduces new user interface (UI) for "Start" and "Action Center" features.
Jun 09, 2017
Microsoft announces Windows 10 Insider Preview Build for PC and MobileMicrosoft released its latest Windows 10 Insider Preview build for PC as well as for mobile, ahead of the stable version, the 'Fall Creators Update' due later this year.
Oct 10, 2016
Google Chrome 55 will consume less RAM, promises GoogleGoogle Chrome is a notorious resource hog. It’s been known to gobble up all the free RAM on your system and drain your battery at an alarming rate. Come December, and all this is set to change.
Aug 22, 2016
What’s new with Microsoft's Windows 10 Anniversary UpdateMicrosoft's Windows 10 Anniversary Update promises to be one of the most stable and fluid Windows experiences to date.
Aug 20, 2016
Microsoft to reward users in the US for using its Edge browserIn an effort to make people switch to Microsoft Edge, the company will now pay you to use the browser, which the company claims can last longer than its Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Opera counterparts.