Microsoft is announcing Microsoft Health and their first wearable to utilize Microsoft Health, the Microsoft Band.
Yesterday, the popular forum software phpBB provided the final release of its 3.1.0 update. After six release candidates and install on phpbb.com, the software is now available for download with the build name Ascraeus.
Amazon.com is proving itself quite forgiving while also providing a few political favors to Illinois politicians in an election year.
The Fire TV Stick seems to offer all of the functionality of the full Amazon Fire TV set top box in the convenient form factor of a stick that can plug straight into an HDMI port.
Since the Fire TV is running a modified version of Android, it’s still compatible with most Android apps. It’s just a matter of getting them from Google Play to your device.
Avast has pushed out an update for the free antivirus clients, updating them to a 2015 version of the popular antivirus.
Microsoft announced the first new build to the Windows 10 Technical Preview that Windows Insiders have access to.
Penetration Testing – A Hands-On Introduction to Hacking by Georgia Weidman is 528 pages long and was published by No Starch Press in June 2014. This book is a beginner’s guide to performing penetration tests.
Recently, there was a Reddit thread criticizing the new user interface of MBAM 2.0 where Marcin Kleczynski, CEO of Malwarebytes, spoke up asking for feedback. I gladly provided my recommendations for improving the UI and a few weeks later I was sent images of a proposed face-lift to the user interface.
Apparently YouTube has made the decision to turn everything into auto-play by default and plays one of the suggested videos next. Here’s how to turn it off.
While the start of yesterday’s event certainly felt a lot like a recap of the September event, Apple did have a lot to announce.
Google previewed the next Android operating system updated at Google I/O over the summer. Now, it’s ready to start rolling out to devices.