Apple has released a new software update for their Mac range with the release of the OS X Yosemite 10.10.2 update.
The update comes with a range of bug fixes and performance improvements, you can see a list of what is included in the update below.
Destiny game designer Luke Smith has explained a little more about what gamers can expect from the new Destiny House of Wolves expansion that will be rolling out.
Smith also explained that the company would not be making the same mistakes they made with the The Dark Below reward economy.
World of Warcraft gamers that also enjoyed taking selfie photographs in the real world, are sure to be pleased to know that a new WoW selfie camera will be making its way into the World of Warcraft game.
The new WoW S.E.L.F.I.E. Camera has been unveiled in the latest 6.1 patch that is currently in the WoW public test realms and provides the ability for players to take selfie shots in game.
We recently heard that pre-orders of the new Xiaomi Mi Note smartphone were high, the handset went on sale in China today and it has already sold out in a matter of minutes.
The company did not announce how many Xiaomi Mi Note handsets they had sold, although they did say that the device sold out in just three minutes.
On the 27th of January 2010, the late Steve Jobs introduced Apple’s first tablet, the Apple iPad, and over the past five years the device has become one of the company’s most popular products.
Since the launch of the first iPad back in 2010 Apple has sold more than 200 million Apple iPads, and the company has introduced a number of new models over the last five years.
Anyone interested in purchasing the new Hannspree Micro PC Windows 8.1 stick that was launched last week for $277, may be interested in a new bundle that has been launched this week which includes both the Micro PC and a touchscreen 23 inch monitor for around $500.
To re-cap the Hannspree Micro PC is powered by an Intel Atom Z3735F Bay Trail processor supported by 2GB of RAM and comes with 32GB of internal memory together with a handy microSD card slot for further expansion.
This month RuggON has unveiled a new addition to their range of rugged Windows tablets with the launch of the RuggON Rextorm that can be loaded with either Windows 7 or Windows 8 Pro operating systems.
The Rextorm Windows tablet is powered by an Intel Core i5 Haswell or an Intel Atom Bay Trail dual-core processor that can be supported by either 4 or 8GB of DDR3 RAM together with the option to install either 120 or 240 GB solid state disk (SSD).
We have been hearing a number of rumors about the new Google Wireless service recently, the service is said to run on both T-Mobile and Sprint’s mobile networks in the US.
Now according to a recent report, the new Google Wireless service will be able to automatically switch between the two carriers to give you the best signal at your current location.
Word is floating around that Google is set to roll out its blazing fast Google Fiber internet service to four more cities. Word comes from two sources that claim to have knowledge of Google’s plans. Google has sent out press invites to news organizations in each of the four cities where the service is said to be coming. The four cities include Atlanta, Charlotte, N.C., Raleigh-Durham, N.C. and Nashville, Tenn.
The press invites have gone out already and the events are set for Atlanta and Nashville on Tuesday. Raleigh and Charlotte will have their event on Wednesday. The event in Durham will be held on Thursday according to reports from local news organizations. Google has offered no official comments at this time.
Meizu launched their M1 Note phablet back in December of last year, and now the company has a smaller version of the handset on the way, the Meizu M1 Note Mini.
The Meizu M1 Note Mini recently appeared in the GFX benchmarks, and the listing confirms some of the specifications on the device.
Not too long ago, we heard that AT&T is planning to roll out an update for its HTC One M8, and it seems the time has arrived.
Before you get too excited, it’s not the Android 5.0 Lollipop update, but the Android 4.4.4 KitKat update, bumping the software version to 3.42.502.1, and brings VoLTE support, AT&T Ready2Go as well as plethora of bug fixes and improvements.