Apple has released their new upgrade of the firmware called iOS 6. There are quite a few features about this wonderful OS that have pleased people with iPhones, iPads and the latest generation iPod Touch devices. Below is an overview of a couple of the latest iOS 6 updates.
The new version of Microsoft Excel 2013 has been crafted to users get the most professional results. The new version gives more liberty to draw a more comprehensive image of your data for better understanding and explanation of the available information. In previous posts we provided you with the new features of MS Word 2013 and the latest upgrades for MS PowerPoint 2013. This time we will explore the new Continue Reading →
Previously I reviewed the Speaktoit Virtual Assistant. Recently, this app underwent some major improvements including a unique functionality that lets Android users to teach their assistants how to respond and react to any specific command. This feature is available for premium users through a Premium account. This great new feature is likely to resolve (or at least reduce) a common annoyance that users face when mobile voice assistants don’t understand Continue Reading →
The initial version of Microsoft Office 2013 is now available and you can “Download Microsoft Office 2013 Free Trial” to benefit from the revamped user interface, performance enhancements and latest nifty features. With MS Office 2013 you can get the windows 8 treatment and upgrade to the newest version of PowerPoint for making stunning presentations. The user friendly interface and exciting new features can add value to your slides, as Continue Reading →
When Kindle Fire landed in stores last year, it was quite obvious from the initial sales that it will go on to become a competitor for iPad and create some real competition in the tablet market. While the 1st generation of Kindle Fire tablets were not as slick as iPad, however things have become very different in the wake of the release of Kindle Fire HD.
The recent release of Microsoft Office 2013 (also known as MS Office 15) has brought a whole range of new features for Office applications and Microsoft Word is no different. The new Office is well integrated with the cloud and users can even save their files to Microsoft SkyDrive, which comes integrated with MS Office applications. In what is to follow, we will take a look at the new features Continue Reading →
After a lack luster performance by the Windows Phone 7 in the smartphone market, Microsoft is finally looking to clean up its act and provide users with a more robust smartphone operating system. The Windows Phone 8 is nearly ready for release and some of its new features were recently provided at the Windows Team Blog. We earlier covered a few details about the extraordinary new features of WP8. This Continue Reading →
Every time there is a new Ubuntu operating system released, it can be a bit tricky to differentiate the new features from the old ones. While the GUI changes are quite apparent and each time the Unity launcher looks more stylish, there are some very basic features that one can easily overlook. Previously I brought you the New Features of Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot, and later the process to Upgrade Continue Reading →
A new update for Kindle Fire has been rolled out with some interesting new features. For those of you with rooted devices, you will loose root access with the update, which can be regained by following these steps: How To Root Kindle Fire Running Software Version 6.3. As for the new features, there have been some new sharing, movie rental, Amazon Silk Browser and numerous other additions that have been Continue Reading →
As Ubuntu 11.10 reaches the end of its development cycle, it has come with a number of glossy and stylish new features. In this post I will walk you through the various changes, upgrades and improvements which have been included with the fifteenth Ubuntu version i.e Oneiric Ocelot. For those of you who may be wondering about the meaning of the code name of this operating system, here is a Continue Reading →