Google has revealed that Google Play purchases made after July 2 will be shareable between up to six family members. If developers want their apps to remain on one device, they will have to opt out.
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Struggling to communicate with your foreign friends? A US company could have just provided the answer with the Pilot, an earpiece and app which translates spoken languages in real time.
Microsoft and the PGA have revealed that three apps for volunteers and an app for spectators are being trialled. The apps will streamline the collection and distribution of live data and statistics.
Everything becomes obsolete eventually, but new software could be the key to knowing when that new hardware will kick the bucket. DigitalClone is planned to be publicly released in 2016 or 2017.
Virtual reality enthusiasts outside of the US can finally get their hands on a Google Cardboard headset, which is now available to purchase in Canada, the UK, France, and Germany via the Google Store.
Microsoft users in Canada and South Korea can now access its cloud-computing platform Azure. Data storage regions have popped up in another step in Microsoft's plight to unite the world's businesses.
Texans will soon struggle to get home, as Uber and Lyft have terminated their operations in Austin. The ride-sharing services lost a legal battle to repeal a law which will see increased checks.
While high-definiton holograms may be years away, the Holoflex may be the first step. The Human Media Lab will unveil the flexible holographic smartphone at the Californian ACMCHI on Monday, May 9.
The Chinese search engine giant, Baidu has come under fire after allegedly promoting an untested cancer treatment leading to a student's death. Authorities are currently investigating the matter.
Searching for that particular image on the go has become easier for iOS users. Bing's iOS app update allows for users to search the web using existing or new images.
A new solution to the issue of global data storage could be one step closer. Microsoft has agreed to begin research on the possibility of storing information on the foundations of genetics: DNA.
Enterprises who use Microsoft Azure for their cloud computing will soon be able to access a higher level of support. The roll-out will begin on May 1 and will be completed before September.
Corporate social network Yammer has added the option to create groups with users from several companies at once. The new feature will support easier collaboration between various corporations.
Windows 10 users on both PCs and phones now have the ability to watch sports content on the go. Microsoft has updated the FOX Sports Go app which will host live and previously broadcasted games.
Tech company Symantec has allowed users to try out the update of its high-end security service. The beta of Norton Security Premium 2017 will be available to users for 14 days after its installation.
A new competitor has entered the ring in subscription-based streaming services, with Amazon Prime Video being made available via a monthly plan. New movies and TV, like Transparent, are now available.
Sharing your thoughts with the world could get easier, as tests are underway on a new UI for Twitter. The popular social networking app could soon feature tabs, an easier navigation system and an FAB.
Although you can't see it, HTML makes up most of your favourite websites. The markup language will soon be updated, with simple edits to the recommendation encouraged from people of all skill levels.
The new BSD-based OS, ubuntuBSD is looking to be accepted into the Ubuntu line of products. Its major developer, Jon Boden has asked if his creation could be made official, similar to Xubuntu.
Finding the right language for that bit of code could be much easier with the new Bing search tool. Microsoft has released an in-built code editor and searcher for easy translation and use.
Trucks slowing down traffic could be a thing of the past. A convoy of autonomous trucks which completed a round trip of Europe could indicate a future without truck drivers is right around the corner.
The dream of playing video games for a living is about to become real for some Californian university students. An opportunity to be a professional e-sport player will be offered to a select few soon.
Ahead of Build this week, a sneak peek of the Mail application update reveals that the message pop-out feature has returned. Windows 10 users will be able to open several windows with the addition.
Reading your favourite books on-the-go may get a little less easy as some versions of the e-reader Amazon Kindle must be updated by today in order to stay online. Read on to find out how to update.
Sharing custom-made websites will be even easier and more secure with Microsoft's Sharepoint Server update. Windows users will be able to test the update before it is officially released in May.
Campers and environmentalists need to watch out for the new Enomad charger. The product will allow users to charge their phones via any running water source. Read on to get more details.
An Apple head, Eddy Cue has spoken out against the DOJ's orders to unlock a phone connected to a terrorist attack. Read on to find out what he thinks the decision could mean for our future privacy.
Several balloons will provide internet to remote townships in India as part of Google's Project Loon. Read our story to discover where Google's Indian branch is heading in the future.
Telling stories with photos across all of your devices on Microsoft 10 using Sway is now only a click away. Read on to find out how you can share your favorite moments online.
For those who can't wait to get their hands on the new Huawei P9, you are one step closer, with unofficial photos being leaked. Read on for a closer look, as well as detailed specs for the new phone.
An ever-controversial musician/entrepreneur, Kanye West has put his foot in it again on Twitter, accidentally posting evidence of searching for torrents, and sparking a feud with EDM artist Deadmau5.
More people are buying games than ever before, as the land down under has seen a massive rise in video game sales over 2015. Check out our story to see where the money was spent.