Apple's iOS got updated to version 6.1 near the end of January, but brought some new issues to the iPhone 4S. Today, the company released a supplemental update for the iPhone 4S to fix them.
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Windows Phone 8 now accounts for 20 percent of the Windows Phone market compared to only 5 percent in November. 74 percent of all Windows Phones are from Nokia, with the Lumia 920 growing rapidly
Facebook released an update for its Messenger app for iOS and Android, which allows users to send voice chats. However within the next few weeks users can also test VoIP calling, for free
New Year's Day introduced a software bug in iOS 6 that caused the 'Do Not Disturb' feature to remain on even past the scheduled time. Apple has a solution for the bug, but a rather special one: wait
Sony has announced it will no longer ship the PlayStation 2 to Japanese retailers. Although it's still sold in other countries, could this be the beginning of the end of the iconic gaming console?
Nobody expected the iPad 4 to be launched only 8 months after the release of the iPad 3. Maybe Apple has changed its timeframes, because a new report indicates the iPad 5 is on its way already
Google Chrome 25, which is still under development, has a new security feature in the pipe line that will prevent the silent installation of (unwanted) extensions without your permission
Apple's own mapping solution seems to slide further down the drain as Google's new maps app for iOS 6 has become the top free app on the App Store with 10 million downloads within its first two days
Ever wanted to download an archive of all your tweets? Although the new feature has rolled out to a very small group of users, it will be generally available before the end of this year.
Nokia's financial problems continue, as the company will sell its main headquarters in Finland. According to Nokia, the sale is in line to shed non-core activities, but also yields 170 million euros.
Almost every product in Apple's catalog is manufactured in Asia, but now it seems that the iMac is an exception to that rule because several of the new iMacs are labeled 'Assembled in USA'
German IT-security institute AV-Test regularly tests popular antivirus software. In their latest test, Microsoft's free antivirus solution was the only program which failed to receive certification
Next month, Adobe will hold an online event to "see what's next in Adobe Photoshop". A recently uploaded promotional video hints at a Retina version of the company's flagship graphics software
Ever wanted to send a tweet by e-mail without resorting to a Twitter client? In the coming weeks you will be able to e-mail a tweet from the website to anyone, whether that person uses Twitter or not.
A month ago, Apple unveiled the new iMac which is a lot thinner than previous generations. That design is reportedly causing production difficulties, which could push the iMacs into 2013
Three months ago, Debian's developers chose to replace GNOME with the Xfce desktop environment. It seems that the next release will use GNOME 3 after all, just like Linus Torvalds himself now
Google has started work on a feature that enables users to launch Chrome's Web Apps directly from the taskbar. A new paginated menu pinned to the Windows taskbar shows all your installed apps.
Ten years (and a day) ago, Mozilla launched Phoenix 0.1. After two years of testing, Mozilla changed the name from Phoenix to Firefox, creating one of the most successful browsers to date
With the launch of iOS6 last week, Apple introduced a new app for mobile payments called Passbook. In a tweet, Starbucks announced it's going to support Passbook to pay for your muffin and coffee
At WWDC, Apple announced it would integrate Facebook into its newest operating system. OS X 10.8.2 finally brings the integration with the social network, together with some new features and fixes
Apple's newest addition to its mobile line-up costs Apple more than any previous iPhone, except for the first. The enlarged screen and the upgraded wireless system are the most expensive parts.
If you are looking for a unique computer case, Lian Li has the case for you. The PC-CK101 is a train themed PC case which can move up and down a track, and even puffs smoke from its chimney.
Researchers at Intel think they have found a a replacement for passwords by waving your hands in front of the screen, after which the system recognizes the pattern of veins in the palm of your hand
Adobe announced that Photoshop CS6 is the last version to support Windows XP. The once so popular operating system isn't modern enough, because the next Photoshop will bring more GPU acceleration
This month, the entire 777 fleet of American Airlines will start to use the iPad to reduce the airlines' fuel bill. The plan has been approved by the FAA and replaces the heavy traditional flight bags
A month ago, Apple announced it would remove YouTube from iOS 6 because both companies didn't renew their licensing agreement. That's why Google has come up with a revamped version of the popular app
Google's popular Android tablet features a 1.2 megapixel camera, but lacks the ability to record HD video. With a simple software modification, the Nexus 7 captures 720p video instead of VGA video
The popular music streaming service, Spotify, is reportedly working to bring its offering to the web browser, with improved ways to discover music and playlists, and a possible price reduction.
Russia wants to equip military and government personnel with tablets, but the country isn't comfortable with Google collecting information from Android users, which could fall into U.S. hands
The company behind the popular internet browser has announced it's retiring Firefox Home, an app for iOS which lets users sync their Firefox bookmarks, tabs and history with Apple's mobile devices
If you dislike Ubuntu's standard desktop environment called Unity, you might be interested in a new Ubuntu flavor which promises to bring a 'pure GNOME experience' to the popular Linux distribution
If you think your HDTV isn't big enough and should have more pixels, then Sony may have the TV for you. The company announced its first 84 inch TV with a resolution of 3840 by 2160 pixels
Samsung's newest addition to its digital media player lineup is the Galaxy Player 5.8. It runs Android 4.0 and features a big 5.8 inch display, so we're not sure it fits in everyone's pocket
Amazon's online storage solution was launched in the United States over a year ago and now the online retailer has finally brought Cloud Drive to the United Kingdom, although it's not official yet
Twitter relies heavily on open source software such as Linux to process 400 million tweets a day from 140 million users, so it's no wonder why the company has decided to promote Linux a bit more
The new specification developed by Japanese broadcaster NHK features a resolution of 7680 by 4320, a framerate of 120 frames/sec and has been approved by the International Telecommunication Union
If you upgraded to the latest version of OS X Mountain Lion, you could have noticed a severe drop in battery life on your MacBook. With an upcoming update, that should be a problem of the past
Some Neowin members were wondering if it's possible to bypass the new Start screen in Windows 8 and boot directly to the desktop. As it turns out, no third party software is required: It's built in
The service already supported an impressive 29 languages, but Google will be adding support for 13 more languages to Android's Voice Search, starting today and completing the roll out by next week
While many people speculate about Apple's answer to the Kindle Fire and Google's Nexus tablet, a new rumour suggests the new iPad will look more like an oversized iPod Touch than a iPad Mini