This is a brilliant app with an update for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. Although I don’t have an iPhone, I’m excited by the iPhone 6 new camera and features. I really think we’re going to see some even more amazing videos in the next 12 months! Continue reading →
Previously, we discussed some of the new features that iOS 8 had to offer in this post, here are some updates to your privacy settings you should look at.
Privacy Settings in IOS 8
Apple’s new operating system, iOS 8 has many features that are tied to your location, as well as new privacy settings allowing you to limit how long data is stored, message expiry and private browsing. Read some tips below for updating your settings within the shiny new OS:
Along with the introduction to Windows 8, Microsoft also introduced some swipe gestures for both the mouse and the touchscreen. One very annoying ‘feature’ is the swipe on the mouse that switches screens. When you drag your finger from the bottom left corner of your screen up, it switches between your recent apps. Similar to ALT+TAB.
To disable the corner navigation follow these steps:
Go to your PC Settings (swipe in from the right-hand side of your screen Continue reading →
Over the next few weeks, Facebook users will be able to use and control Facebook’s new ad preferences, which are available on every ad Facebook shows you, telling you why you’re seeing that advertisement and allowing you to add or remove your interests so your personalized ads are adjusted accordingly. Facebook plans to extend its ad preferences tool globally in the coming months. Continue reading →
In computer software, Easter eggs are secret responses that occur in response to an undocumented set of commands. The results can vary from a simple printed message or image, to a page of programmer credits or a small videogame hidden inside an otherwise serious piece of software. Videogame cheat codes are a specific type of Easter egg, in which entering a secret command will unlock special powers or new levels for the player. Continue reading →
Chrome Web Browser takes the lead in the US Browser Market
Microsoft’s Internet Explorer browser has lost its long-time U.S. market lead to Google Chrome, according to stats published today by Adobe Digital Index (ADI).
ADI, a marketing research arm of Adobe Systems, found that the Chrome browser eclipsed IE in April, with 31.8 percent of U.S. market share vs. IE’s 30.9 percent share. Coming in third was Apple’s Safari browser, with a 25 percent U.S. market share (see figure). Those browser assessments were based on Web traffic sampling of both desktop and mobile devices, based on data from “10,000 U.S. consumer-facing Web sites in April 2014,” according to Adobe’s announcement.