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Windows 10 Update Brings New Features, Wider Language Support to Cortana

Microsoft’s latest Windows 10 update, which was seeded to Insiders on the “fast ring” last week, aims to enhance the capabilities of Cortana. The company’s digital personal assistant now supports three more languages, making it functional in 14 languages in total. The Redmond, Washington-based company last week released Windows 10 build 14279 which, among other things, adds support for Spanish ... Read More »

‘HTC 10’ Leaked in New Images Showing Colour Variants

HTC may be busy creating hype around its next flagship smartphone launch but there have been several recent leaks that claim to show the handset in purported renders. A new set of four images purportedly showing the yet-to-be-announced ‘HTC 10’ in four colours have appeared on the Internet. Posted by a Bulgarian site, the ‘HTC 10’ is seen in Black ... Read More »

US Appeals Ruling on Accessing Data in New York iPhone Case

Calling a New York judge’s ruling “an unprecedented limitation” on judicial authority, the Justice Department asked a Brooklyn federal court on Monday to reverse a decision that said Apple Inc. wasn’t required to pry open a locked iPhone. The government’s 45-page brief comes a week after US Magistrate Judge James Orenstein issued his decision in a routine drug case, dealing ... Read More »

New Honda Amaze Launch: Highlights

Honda Car India is all set to launch the new 2016 facelift of the Amaze sub-compact sedan today. The new Honda Amaze is the first launch for the Japanese carmaker in 2016 and also the first big facelift the car has received since in launch three years back. The new Honda Amaze comes with some considerable design upgrades, a redesigned ... Read More »

A New Paper Mario Game Will Arrive This Year

A new Paper Mario game – Paper Mario: Color Splash – was announced by Nintendo during one of its Nintendo Direct presentations on Thursday. “In the Paper Mario series, we always challenge ourselves to bring something fresh to the action adventure genre,” Bill Trinen, senior product marketing manager at Nintendo of America, Inc explained in the video. “And this time ... Read More »

Super Mario World and Other SNES Classics Headed to New 3DS

Nintendo is bringing some SNES classics to the Virtual Console, the company announced in one of its Nintendo Direct videos on Thursday. “Virtual Console is about to receive an upgrade, exclusively on new Nintendo 3DS systems,” said Bill Trinen, senior product marketing manager at Nintendo of America, Inc. “We will begin releasing Super NES virtual console titles, complete with new ... Read More »

Android N Mock-Ups Give Fresh Glimpse at New Interface

The upcoming tweaks and new features in Google’s next Android OS version, believed to be showcased at I/O 2016 as Android N, have started making the rounds on the Internet. We have seen a purported screenshot of Android N’s new hamburger design in system settings. Now, a new leak again shows the redesigned system settings page. Android Police has yet ... Read More »

Apple’s New San Francisco Office Could Be a Tool in Tech Talent Wars

From Apple’s earliest days, executives insisted that employees work from its headquarters in sleepy suburban Cupertino. The thinking, championed by Steve Jobs, was that a centralized campus would put the CEO “within walking distance of everyone,” said Steve Wozniak, who founded the company with Jobs. That stance may finally be softening as Apple prepares to open chic new offices in ... Read More »

Gmail’s New Scanning Feature to Prevent Leak of Confidential Data

After introducing Data Loss Prevention (DLP) service last year, Google last month launched Optical Character Recognition (OCR) for Gmail that can now even read the email attachments for better security. This will prevent employees to leak company’s sensitive information to those who shouldn’t have it. The feature is only for paid Google Apps for Work Unlimited customers. While for email ... Read More »

New App to Help Spot Cancer Early

A new app that may help diagnose cancer in patients early by using information about symptoms, signs and images of what to look out for has been launched in the UK. The app developed by the Scottish Centre for Enabling Technologies, based at the University of the West of Scotland, can be continually updated when the user is in a ... Read More »