Intel has made available beta Windows 8 drivers for computers with Intel HD Graphics, but have excluded users of first-generation Core CPUs. This article will show you how to get around that.
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In recent legal proceedings between Apple and Samsung, a document highlighting feature-by-feature comparisons between the user interfaces of the iPhone and the Galaxy S was admitted as evidence.
Foxconn's chairman has harsh fighting words for Samsung as it plans key alliances to counter its Korean rival on the display panel and mobile businesses.
In response to The Oatmeal's request for philanthropic donations following a lawsuit against them by FunnyJunk.com, fans have responded with over $160,000 in donations to two charitable organizations.
There's a new update out for the mobile Facebook Messenger app, which contains a new exclusive feature to mobile - you can now see who has read your messages.
Facebook's Skype-powered video calling will make its way to mobile devices soon, but according to a source, the functionality is there in the current Facebook Messenger app.
While Samsung denied involvement in a "Wake Up" protest outside an Apple Store in Sydney, Australia a few days ago, the real culprit of the marketing stunt may be their mutual rival - RIM.
At first glance, the Slingshot appears to be yet another smartphone stabilizer for cutting down on hand jitter in videos. On further inspection, it's much more than that. And it's universal.
2 days ago, an ambitious 6-man team from Palo Alto hoped to get $100,000 worth of pledges for their upcoming product, Pebble. Now with over 2 million dollars pledged, it's easy to see why.
With a new breath of change for the struggling Blackberry brand coming later this year, RIM now has one milestone to be displeased of: they're no longer number one in their home turf of Canada.
The download links for iOS 5.1 are now live! Grab them over your computer or initiate the upload on your device.
Have an Xbox 360 or a PS3? You might want to make some room in your cabinet for a new console Valve is working on.
Got a phone on a limited data plan, or need an extra boost in low signal ideas? Or how about WebGL on Androids? Have a look at the newest updates for Opera's smartphone browsers.
The cloud-based experience in Windows 8 satisfies all fronts - Metro, the classic desktop, and web.
Some unclarity surrounding the inclusion of Windows Media Center in the upcoming Windows 8 Consumer Preview prompted Microsoft to do two things: reveal Media Center itself, and a build number: 8225.
Another day, another leak of screenshots from Windows 8 build 8220. While the classic desktop is still more of the same, there is a new tasty UI tidbit - and it's not the Start orb.
Google Chrome's sandbox, plus automatic updates of its components and the Flash plugin, earned a recommendation from the German Federal Office for Information Security.
Nothing says a warm welcome to a brand new beta operating system than Bing adorning a nice little surprise on their front page.
Here's an excuse to get those photos on your cameras and phones to your computer: Dropbox is offering up to an extra 5 GB of storage by testing their new camera upload feature.
As we approach the beta, or the "Consumer Preview" to be released sometime next month, there are new details on the changes we can expect for daily file management tasks in Windows 8.
For iPhone 4S and iPad 2 owners, the long wait for an untethered jailbreak is finally over. Those devices can now enjoy jailbroken freedom thanks to the Absinthe A5 tool.
With Windows 8, Microsoft has made the wireless and mobile Internet experience just as good, if not better, than all of today's smartphones. Today's Building Windows 8 post has the juicy details.
The latest rumour surrounding troubled BlackBerry maker Research in Motion suggests the company plans to license its software to rival Android and WP7 makers Samsung and HTC, amongst others.
If the efforts of two developers come to full fruition, one can soon run any iOS application straight from an Apple TV.
In an rare case of leniency for US Customs and Border Protection agents, a man was permitted entry into the United States using his scanned Canadian passport on his iPad.
Some of the proponents behind the Stop Online Piracy Act aren't practicing what they're preaching, as IP ranges coming from the US House of Representatives were traced to illegal downloads.
Unlocking a mobile device with gestures isn't new. But Microsoft takes gesture passwords to a whole new level in Windows 8, and has the calculations to prove it.
Just in time for this Christmas season is the next Humble Indie Bundle! Get Super Meat Boy, Shank, BIT.TRIP RUNNER, Jamestown, and Nightsky for any price you like.
Are Microsoft's Tellme and Apple's Siri comparable? An Australian blog claims otherwise, with a side-by-side video of, amongst other things, WP7's Tellme planning a meeting "at teen anal."
A couple of months ago, Windows Phone evangelist Joe Marini lost his job at Microsoft for accidentally leaking details about what is now the Nokia Lumia 800. Today, he's working at Google.
With lowering system requirements in Windows 7 and now Windows 8, Microsoft seeks to improve the setup experience for customers seeking to give their Windows PCs a new lease on life.
What is to explain for all the iPhone 5 news that amounted to almost nothing? According to a rumour, the phone did exist but it received the axe from Steve Jobs shortly before its launch.
Planning to take pictures and videos on your iOS 5 device? Be sure to hit the software shutter button instead of the hardware "volume up" button, unless you like your photos and videos upside-down.
Despite Adobe announcing yesterday they would halt active development of the mobile Flash plugin, licensees such as RIM are still forging ahead with updating Flash on their platforms.
If you've got an Android or PlayBook device, enjoy mobile Flash content while you can, as the company plans to discontinue development of mobile Flash plugins.
Are you a fast touch-typist, and want to type fast on a physical or virtual keyboard without embarsing typos loke ths? Then Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 8 is the browser for you.
Microsoft laid out the new capabilities of searching from the new Start Screen in Windows 8 on the Building Windows 8 blog, with changes that benefit both keyboardists and touch users alike.
Despite the heated legal disputes between Apple and Samsung, it's business as usual for engineers on both sides, with rumours Samsung will supply Apple with its A6 system-on-a-chip.
Microsoft addresses more of the most common concerns users have with the Start screen in Windows 8. In addition, they've left a hint of what the All Programs view will evolve into.
Microsoft builds upon the memory savings offered by Windows 7 with further penny-pitching techniques in Windows 8, as today's "Building Windows 8" blog post explains.
With the introduction of the Siri voice-activated assistant in the new iPhone 4S, the old Siri the app is no longer obtainable and will not be usable following the iPhone 4S's release.
In the first of a series of posts on the Building Windows 8 blog, Microsoft explains the evolution of Windows's Start Menu and the reasons behind the sudden move to a new Start screen.
A survey conducted by an independent research firm, UBS, shows that 89% of Apple iPhone users would stay with the iPhone for their next purchase, the highest figure amongst competitors.
Microsoft's latest update to "Building Windows 8" describes the security aspects of the OS's UEFI support, of which concerns were raised recently.
A security blogger expose two flaws in Mac OS X Lion that allows unauthenticated password changes and the acquisition of password hashes by any logged on user.
Microsoft is seeking to trademark "Charms," the term used to describe the menu and its icons that appear on the right or bottom-left of the screen in Windows 8.
In the latest post on the Building Windows 8 blog, Microsoft introduces Windows 8's new "hybrid boot" feature, which enables 30-70% faster boot times than Windows 7.
In the latest update to the Building Windows 8 blog, Microsoft gives a detailed explanation of the new Windows Explorer, whose ribbon-based interface has been hinted at in early leaked screenshots.
Apple will include built-in earthquake warning notifications in iOS 5 for Japanese users, following the devastating Tohoku earthquake that devastated parts of Japan in March.
Credit card numbers, passwords, and Social Security Numbers are amongst the confidential data comScore is accused of siphoning via spyware-like software installed by users.