Microsoft Office on Windows gained even closer integration with Google Drive this week.
Google Chromium, the open-source base for Google Chrome, has two bug reports that are causing some problems around the web, especially since the problematic version of Chrome was pushed as the latest stable release.
During the clean-up, Sophos implements a threat remediation effort to not only remove the detected file but also reset dozens of Windows security-related settings to their default values.
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware has brought its protection the Mac OS X.
With Windows 10 arriving as an upgrade in 9 days, we’re starting to see pre-order information come to the surface.
Apparently, staring at monitors and other digital displays all day are not good for humans. It can result in headaches, advanced aging of our eyes, and throwing off our sleep pattern as our brain interprets the bright light as daytime.
Not surprisingly, the Internet Speed Test is making the move to HTML 5.
I was intrigued by the headline ‘Microtypography Tech Startup, Asymmetrica, Releases Free Browser Extension That Increases Reading Speed and Comprehension for Online Readers’ so I was curious to check out the extension.
Adobe managed to push out more than just updates to Adobe Flash Player, Shockwave Player, and Adobe Acrobat Reader recently.
Creating a bootable USB drive Mac OS X installer can save you time and bandwidth when you have a few Macs you want to update or you want a backup copy of your operating system installer.
Mozilla Firefox seems to be moving in the direction of bloat these days. First they bundled Firefox Hello with the browser and more recently Pocket, a separate company’s software, was included with it.
Oracle VM VirtualBox has received a major upgrade, moving up to version 5.0.