Google rolls out ‘Chat’ service as Progressive Web App that will give 'a faster and more secure experience'
Google Chat app has a wider compatibility and can work on Windows, macOS, Chrome OS and Linux.
Apple has updated its music creation apps -- GarageBand -- for iOS 2.2 and Logic Pro X 10.3 -- with new features for music makers on iPhone, iPad and Mac.
WWDC was always about software and Apple having moved to plenty of new platforms recently will have plenty to present indeed.
The best way to enjoy these genuine spine-tinglers is to turn out the lights, put on headphones and have a spare pair of underwear nearby.
The FBI informed Apple Inc of a vulnerability in its iPhone and Mac software on April 14, the first time it had told the company about a flaw in Apple products under a controversial White House process for sharing such information, the company told Reuters on Tuesday.
A recently discovered bug in Adobe CC has been found to delete all data on the first folder of a Mac’s root drive. Adobe has already issued a fix for the problem, but if you can’t upgrade, there is a simple workaround. Windows users are currently unaffected.
At the Apple WWDC, taking place June 8-12, developers will get a chance to discover the newest features for Mac OS and iOS.
A minor revolution in the apps world, Google's new ARC Welder software allows users to run Android mobile apps through the Chrome browser on any operating system: Windows, Mac OS, Linux, or of course Chrome OS.
AirDroid has made it's entry to Google Play and in addition, has added new applications for Mac OS and Windows.
The Yosemite update to Apple's OS X system, available as a free download starting Thursday, adds several features to bring the Mac in line with last month's iOS 8 update for mobile devices.
The latest operating system by Microsoft, Windows 8, has added another feather to its cap. A report by Net Market Share, an online platform that monitors the
Apple will be releasing a new version of its desktop operating system – OS X – later this year. The new version, numbered at 10.9, is codenamed
Apple has released an update for Mac OS X users following a hacking attack on employees’ Macs as well as the remote blocking of the Java plugin thanks to
Apple said that a "small number" of employee computers were affected in an attack that exploited a Java vulnerability. Thankfully, the company says that...
The next version of the browser will block all plugin content like Flash, Java and Silverlight by default, and users would be given a Click-to-Play option.