During the Windows 8 lifecycle, the name for the store apps went from Metro to Modern but as we move forward with Windows 10, they will now simply be called Windows app.
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Leaked photos of OS X 10.10, the latest version of the Mac OS which is expected to be unveiled today at WWDC, show a much 'flatter' design similar to that of iOS with new features ported from iOS.
A new and uncensored screenshot from the same alleged Facebook profile page that leaked earlier this month has appeared online, which may offer better release date information on Windows 9 and more.
Images of Microsoft's touch-friendly version of Office for Windows have been accidentally posted by Microsoft, giving the best glimpse of the apps yet.
Mozilla's current plans for the Windows 8 Modern UI version of Firefox have changed again, with an official launch now scheduled for March 18th instead of late January.
A new concept for Windows 8.2 developed by a 20-year-old designer looks pretty impressive as it aims to more successfully integrate the classic Desktop with the new Modern UI and Start screen.
A programmer working on the Windows 8.1 Modern UI version of Firefox posted today that users will be able to share a single profile for both the Modern and desktop versions of the web browser.
A new report claims that Microsoft is aiming for a launch of its main Office applications made for the touch-based Modern UI of Windows 8.1 sometime in the "late spring/summer" period of 2014.
Mozilla has put the long awaited Windows 8 Modern UI version of Firefox in its Aurora testing channel, allowing more people to check it out before it becomes part of the final version of Firefox.
Microsoft's new 'By The Numbers' site shares a range of stats about the company's products and achievements, featuring Live Tiles and a design inspired by the Windows 8 Start screen.
Skype has redesigned its Android app to make its appearance nearly identical to the Microsoft subsidiary's apps on Windows platforms, and it plans to continue releasing updates in the coming months.
After the leak of Build 9364, it was quickly noted that Microsoft was working on a file manager app for the modern UI and now we have the first images of that app running.
If you use Windows 8's core applications and have been lusting for an update to polish the apps, you may not have to wait much longer as an update is on the horizon according to new information.
In our latest From The Forums feature, we have a screenshot uploaded by one of Neowin's readers that shows how Windows 9's Modern UI might look on the Enterprise as part of its LCARS design.
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Mozilla has released Firefox 18.0a1, and while normally this wouldn't be too exciting, this time around the nightly version includes a Modern UI version of Firefox, which we went hands-on with briefly
Following on from Outlook.com getting a Modern UI flavour during the summer months, Microsoft are going all in, taking their redesigned Microsoft.com out of preview and making it live.
Microsoft has sent a statement to Neowin about how Internet Explorer 10 will run in the 64-bit and the 32-bit version of Windows 8, in both the desktop and "Modern" user interfaces.
The signals coming out of Microsoft only suggest that you should never, ever use "Metro" to describe the new UI within Windows or your apps, but what is the official name then? One member takes a look
Windows 8 is here, and today we're offering one of the many tips we'll likely come across from our members in the Forums. Today, learn how you can check out the total, or individual size of your apps
An email sent to one of our readers may indicated that Microsoft has already started using the "modern" branding to talk about the UI previously known as "Metro".