update

Android 4.4 KitKat update rolling out to Nexus 7 and Nexus 10

Android 4.4 KitKat update rolling out to Nexus 7 and Nexus 10

For those who have been chomping at the bit for the latest Android KitKat update, the wait is over -- if you're running a Nexus 7 or Nexus 10 tablet, that is. The Android 4.4 update is rolling out to these tablets today, and a promise in place that the Nexus 4 and Nexus 7 with mobile data will get the update in the near future. Of course, this is in addition to the Nexus 5, which is newly released and ships with the latest Android iteration on board.

Continue Reading...

Evernote for Android updated with PDF Summary, Page Camera improvements

Evernote for Android updated with PDF Summary, Page Camera improvements

Evernote has rolled out an update for its Android app, bringing with it some goodies for Premium users and improvements overall that make taking daily notes on a mobile device a bit easier and more convenient. After updating the note-taking app, Android users will find an improvement to the Page Camera, namely in its performance, as well as a better notebook picker, summaries on markups to PDFs, and more.

Continue Reading...

Nissan autonomous driving technology to arrive in cars in 2020

Nissan autonomous driving technology to arrive in cars in 2020

Nissan has been hard at work on its autonomous -- aka, "self-driving" -- car technology, which we got an in-depth look at this past summer. While there is a lot of work remaining, auto makers are scrambling to get their technology into the public's hands. Today Nissan has pegged an initial launch date for its autonomous technology, with the first cars utilizing the platform arriving in 2020.

Continue Reading...

Retina MacBook Pros graphics bug and trackpad problem fix now available

Retina MacBook Pros graphics bug and trackpad problem fix now available

The newest 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pros have a lot going for them, but many users discovered some problems upon frequent usage. Over time, threads on these problems grew to substantial size on Apple's product forums, and Apple had acknowledged that a problem existed with a temporary solution. Though that solution helped affected users, a permanent fix has now been released.

Continue Reading...

PS Vita update 3.0 rolls out with PS4 Link

PS Vita update 3.0 rolls out with PS4 Link

Sony has announced a new update that began rolling out for the PS Vita today, bringing the handheld's firmware up to version 3.00. This is a big update for the gaming device, and with it comes a variety of PlayStation 4 related features, including PS4 Link for playing PS4 games on the handheld's display. We've got a video of the new features after the jump.

Continue Reading...

Nintendo 3DS SpotPass messaging nixed due to misuse

Nintendo 3DS SpotPass messaging nixed due to misuse

It's not unusual for services meant for innocent activities to end up being used for...not so innocent activities. Such was the case with Nintendo's Swapnote SpotPass feature, a messaging system that allowed images to be directly swapped with others. As can be imagined, the service was used to swap things Nintendo would prefer not to be part of its service, and after some time of deliberation, it was ultimately decided that the entire feature would be nixed.

Continue Reading...

Twitter update brings photos to users’ feeds

Twitter update brings photos to users’ feeds

If you've been browsing around Twitter this evening and something seemed different, you're right -- an update has rolled out that brings photos in all their glory to users' feeds. Now when scrolling, most images will show up in a large preview window, showing a large portion of what the image is and leaving the user to decide whether its worth clicking on for the entire thing.

Continue Reading...

Firefox 25 update brings Web Audio and more

Firefox 25 update brings Web Audio and more

Mozilla has rolled out Firefox 25, something that brings with it a variety of new happenings, the most touted of which is Web Audio. Mozilla goes into extensive detail about this, as well as a sound demo called Songs of Diridum as a special demo of LOD: Legend of Diridum, an upcoming game. For those who aren't terribly enthused with Web Audio changes, you might be happy to know that Firefox no longer clears browser sessions when reset.

Continue Reading...

Google Glass version 2.0 hardware shown off

Google Glass version 2.0 hardware shown off

We've all received a good look at Google Glass at this point, but the version known today won't be what arrives in the average consumer's hands when the device is officially launched. This we knew, as well as having an idea about what to expect from later versions, but now we have a first visual of what the next version will look like thanks to a post on Google Glass's Google+ account.

Continue Reading...

Prev 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Next