Yahoo has announced a revamped Messenger app for desktop users on Windows and Mac. It brings a number of new features to the app including the ability to send photos and GIFs as well as "unsend" them.
Hands-on with Samsung's Galaxy Note7
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An impressive first experience with the Honor 8
Apple's latest financial results paint a bleak picture for its device sales, which all fell year-over-year, along with a 27% drop in net income to $7.8 billion - but its Services business grew by 19%.
With a new gameplay trailer, Telltale Games has announced that its upcoming Batman game will debut on digital platforms on smartphones, consoles and PCs starting August 2.
Microsoft today released a new build of Office 2016 for Mac to Insiders on the Slow ring. The version is 15.24, and it includes the new 64-bit version that's available for Macs, announces yesterday.
Microsoft is finally bringing 64-bit Office to the Mac. Office Insiders can grab the 64-bit variant of Office 2016 for Mac right now. Before installing, there are a few things to keep in mind.
Twitter now allows you to tweet videos that are up to 140 seconds in length, and plans to introduce the same feature on Vine. The company has also rolled out a new "Twitter Engage" app.
A credible rumor came out last month suggesting that future MacBooks might feature TouchID and an OLED touch bar - and now code from the macOS Sierra beta seemingly corroborates those rumors.
Apple is giving students and teachers free wireless Beats headphones with the purchase of an eligible Mac, iPhone 6 or 6s, or iPad Pro. The deal is part of the firm's Back to School promotion.
Developer Devolver Digital has announced that gamers who purchase the $7,500 Ultimate Edition of its upcoming game, Omnibus, will get the original soundtrack used in it, as well as a real life bus.
WhatsApp has announced the launch of its new desktop app for Mac and Windows PCs - but the Windows version isn't a Universal app for Windows 10; in fact, it's supported all the way back to Windows 8.
Steam is best known as a gaming platform, but Valve is expanding its entertainment line-up through a partnership with Lionsgate, offering over 100 movies for rental, including some major franchises.
Apple is reportedly preparing to ditch the OS X branding for its PC operating system, bringing it in line with 'tvOS' and 'watchOS' by rebranding the desktop-class operating system as 'macOS'.
If you were a fan of the classic 80's title Marble Madness, you're sure to find some feelings of nostalgia for Lightning Rock's 'Marble Mountain'. The marble puzzle title is now available via Steam.
The tech giant has recently announced plans to retire the Chrome App launcher for Windows, Mac, and Linux users, one of the reasons being that not many of you actually use it.
Apple has pushed Swift 2.2 out the door. The update is the first since the language was open-sourced. It received 212 non-Apple contributions and brings Linux support.
From Amazon shocks and the power of 10, to Windows 10 Mobile's no-show, Google's self-crashing car, more Pi, and an Epic attack on Microsoft, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
When asked if Mac support was on the way for its Rift virtual reality headset, Oculus founder Palmer Luckey said that it's "up to Apple. If they ever release a good computer, we will do it."
Notorious piracy app Popcorn Time has come back from the dead. The team behind the revival will not be actively developing it but will focus on bug fixes and making sure everything runs smoothly.
After reaching 100m active monthly users, Telegram has introduced channels 2.0. This update greatly improves channels, bringing features like admin signing and silent messages.
Microsoft extended its Office Insider Program to Mac last month, and it's now released new preview build 15.19, bringing various features including customization options for the Quick Access Toolbar.
From Chuwi treats and Jolla's Tablet troubles, to Facebook feelings, Surface tension, Xbox exposition, UnPrivate Edge browsing and a whiff of HTC, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Millions of AC wall plug adapters are part of a 'voluntary' recall after Apple identified an increased risk of electric shock in some cases. Adapters sold over a 12 year period are included.
Despite reporting record earnings and profits, Apple's Mac sales dropped by 4% year-on-year, while iPad sales plummeted by 25%. iPhone sales growth stalled too, and Apple predicts a fall next quarter.
Brendan Eich, Mozilla's Ex-CEO, has unveiled a new browser called Brave. The browser aims to strike a balance between user privacy and being fair to publishers, ensuring they get ad revenues.
Microsoft launched Office Insider in November, offering early access to new features for Office 365 subscribers on Windows and Android - but today, it's expanded availability to include Mac users too.
After releasing several high-quality choose-your-own-adventure RPG games across various platforms, Telltale Games is now looking to launch an episodic Batman game which will debut in 2016.
Apple CEO Tim Cook, dispels rumours that because of the power of the new A9X SoC, Apple would finally be converging their two popular computing lines into a hybrid device.
With Halloween just a day away, we have selected our personal favorite titles for the holiday, suitable for a range of ages, and a broad number of gaming platforms.
Microsoft has published "Mac to Surface Book," a series of four comprehensive guides with which it aims to help Apple Mac users to feel more at home with its new Surface Book.
Microsoft has overhauled OneDrive for Business on the web with better UI and enhanced sharing ability, and has made updated sync clients available for Windows and Mac users.
Apple said OS X El Capitan would roll out by the end of the month - and today, it made good on that promise. Offering better performance and UX improvements, the new Mac update is available now.
In a new interview, Apple CEO Tim Cook defended the inability to delete stock apps, and asserts the Mac is here to stay despite the iPad Pro's productivity play.
Amid all the excitement of its many product announcements yesterday, Apple also quietly revealed when it will release OS X El Capitan, the next major version (10.11) of its Mac operating system.
As an alternative to its extended warranty services, Best Buy will begin offering warranty through Apple for consumers interested in purchasing Mac, iOS and Apple Watch devices.
Popular file sharing app, Xender, has finally made its official debut on Windows Phone. The service allows users to share files of up to 10GB in size with a maximum of four devices simultaneously.
Apple's Q3 earnings this year showed incredible growth, with iPhone sales still going strong, $11 billion in profits and the company's cash reserve hitting, for the first time ever, $200 billion.
In April of this year, Microsoft released a preview of Visual Studio Code, a refined editor for Mac, Linux and of course, Windows. In the last 3 months, it has been downloaded more than 500,000 times.
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware for Mac scans for and removes code that degrades system performance or attacks your system. Making your Mac, once again, your Mac.
Following Apple Music support for the iOS 9 and, now, they've released the public preview for their mobile and desktop OS, the first time Apple has allowed the public to test their OS.
Minecraft continues to be a cultural phenomenon, with children of all ages contributing to the game's wild success across various platforms, the game has now sold 20M copies on PC and MAC alone.
Apple has announced their next version of OSX, dubbed 'El Capitan'. The next iteration will focus on performance and experience. The OS is expected to be released in the fall of 2015.
A recently-discovered vulnerability in Apple's Macintosh computers allows hackers to dig deep into your computer undetected and rewrite how your machine works.
A vulnerability in the way Apple's core operating system handles unicode characters allows an attacker to send a specially crafted message that can automatically reboot any Apple product.
Google has released its ARC software in beta, and it allows users to run Android apps on their desktop or laptop machines through Chrome, version 40 or higher.
A new flaw in Apple's OS X Yosemite Spotlight search has been discovered. It neglects a setting in the Mail app that could leak users' personal information, which can then be used by cyber criminals.
Microsoft is currently promoting 'Switch to Surface' that is targeted at Mac users, and if you thinking this sounds somewhat familiar, Apple used to do this many years ago too.
Apple is changing the way that it refers to apps that cost nothing upfront - ditching the 'free' label and replacing it with a 'Get' button - in response to EU concerns over in-app purchases.
Microsoft has announced this morning a new version of Outlook for OS X users and it is available to Office 365 customers starting today; a public beta of Office for Mac will arrive in 2015.
In a new advert, a very friendly Microsoft sales associate explains why you should purchase a Surface Pro 3 instead of a Mac, whether it's for your daughter or for yourself.
Apple has sent out invites for a media event that will take place on October 16th and it is widely expected that the company will talk about new iPads and iMacs are said to be included too.