Author: Scott Haner

Apple Quietly Refreshes iPad and iPad Mini

Early yesterday morning via a quick press release and no fanfare, Apple announced a refresh of the 9.7″ iPad, dropping the “Pro” moniker, as well as a lesser refresh for the iPad Mini 4.   iPad 9.7″ – March 2017 Refresh Updated Retina Display to: 2048 x 1536 Update to Apple 64-Bit A9 Processor Storage Read More

Windows 10 Shortcuts to Manage Tasks Efficiently

Any time we’re introduced to a new operating system, at home or at work, our most common approach is to make it work the way our previous version did. In other words for many work and professional users often coming from Windows 7, we do everything to make it works like Windows 7, we keep Read More

Microsoft Releases Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 15051 for Mobile

Last night Microsoft released the next build for Windows 10 for Mobile, which I’ve already applied to my Lumia 1520, which I recently acquired to replace my Lumia 650, as the older SnapDragon 800 is still just faster, and I love the large 1080 screen! As for the 15051 build, it is primarily a bug Read More

Google Announces Launch of YouTube TV in Limited Markets

This evening, Google (Alphabet) announced the launch of their own Live TV service via the YouTube branding, as YouTube TV. Initially to be available in select large US Markets, meaning major cities, the service will include forty channels from major networks, an unlimited storage Cloud DVR, support on most devices including Chromecast and access to YouTube Red Read More

Minecraft: Pocket Edition for Windows 10 Mobile releasing today!

As previously reported via patch note leaks, Minecraft: Pocket Edition for Windows 10 is now being released today with support for Windows 10 Mobile! This comes after grim news a month ago announcing that the existing Pocket Edition from Windows Phone 8 era was ending support and no news on new support for the Windows Read More

Android: Time to Learn About Malware from ESET

As we approach Mobile World Congress next week, ESET via WeLiveSecurity.com and this article posted an excellent info-graphic this morning on Android, learning about malware and protecting yourself on your Android devices. Have a look at the infographic below, and check out the full article at the original source at Android Malware: It Doesn’t Hurt to Read More

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