Apple Releases tvOS 9.2 Beta 2

Apple Releases tvOS 9.2 Beta 2

Today, Apple seeded another round of new beta software, including iOS 9.3 beta 2, Mac OS X 10.11.4 El Capitan beta 2, watchOS 2.2 beta 2, and of course, tvOS 9.2 beta 2. This new round comes exactly on schedule, two weeks after the first round. tvOS 9.2, like just about everything else in this beta cycle, includes a number of new features for a minor update. The main features are the ability to pair…

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Apple Seeds watchOS 2.2 Beta 2 to Developers

Apple Seeds watchOS 2.2 Beta 2 to Developers

Exactly two weeks ago, Apple launched a huge beta cycle. iOS 9.3 will have a plethora of new features, tvOS will have the ability to pair a Bluetooth keyboard, and watchOS 2.2 will be all about the ability to pair multiple watches with one iPhone. But wait, there’s more! The original watchOS 2.2 beta was all about the ability to pair multiple Apple Watches, but watchOS 2.2 beta 2 adds something more: a new Maps…

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Apple Releases iOS 9.3 Beta 2 to Developers

Apple Releases iOS 9.3 Beta 2 to Developers

Today, Apple released another round of betas exactly two weeks after the last one. The previous beta cycles since iOS 9 have been quite lame, but this one is pretty exciting. As many know, iOS 9.3 contains a ton of new features. These new features include Night Shift, TouchID support for Notes, tons of educational features, and more 3D Touch features. Of course, that’s just iOS 9.3. What’s in iOS 9.3 Beta 2? Well, I’m…

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Microsoft Rolls Out Major Fix for Surface 3 and Surface Pro 3

Microsoft Rolls Out Major Fix for Surface 3 and Surface Pro 3

Today, Microsoft rolled out firmware updates for Surface 3 and Surface Pro 3. I know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking, “Rich, why would a firmware update be a major update?” I’m glad you asked. There’s a problem that I’ve been dealing with for months. After installing Windows 10 on the Surface Pro 3, the display driver seems to crash whenever it feels like it. I’ve had the issue on Windows 8.1 when opening Photoshop or…

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Microsoft Brings Thunder with High End Surface Book and Surface Pro 4

Microsoft Brings Thunder with High End Surface Book and Surface Pro 4

The Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 have suffered their fair share of issues. Weathering that bad news is that the super high end models of the Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 are now available. When I say super high end, I mean it. We’re talking 16 GB of RAM, 1 TB of storage, and a Core i7. If you’re going the Surface Book route, you get a discrete GPU in that package as…

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Microsoft Releases Windows 10 for PCs Build 11102

Microsoft Releases Windows 10 for PCs Build 11102

Today, Microsoft released another Windows 10 for PCs build to the fast ring. This time, it’s Windows 10 for PCs Insider Preview build 11102. This is the third Redstone build for Windows 10 for PCs. There is still yet to be a mobile Redstone build. Redstone is the next major update to Windows 10. Windows 10 was originally codenamed Threshold and was due to launch in November, 2015. Since OEMs wanted it in time for…

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Microsoft has Set Up a Site for Trading in Surface Power Cords

Microsoft has Set Up a Site for Trading in Surface Power Cords

After an issue with overheating power cords, Microsoft is setting up a voluntary recall program. The site is there now, so grab your new power cord. There are, of course, caveats. Well, for one thing, it’s only Surface Pro devices that are eligible here. Specifically, only Surface Pro, Surface Pro 2, and Surface Pro 3 models that were sold before March 15, 2015. Aside from the Surface RT, Surface 2, and Surface 3 not having…

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Here are the First New Xbox One Features of 2016

Here are the First New Xbox One Features of 2016

If you’re part of the Xbox One Preview Program, you might be questioning the existence of the program by now. Much like Preview for Developers on Windows Phone, you might be wondering if, since Windows 10 is now on Xbox One, have you received all of the previews that you’re going to receive? The answer is a hard “no”. There was no preview update for the Xbox One in December but fear not, there will…

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Check Out the New Dell Venue 8 Pro

Check Out the New Dell Venue 8 Pro

Hey, remember the Dell Venue 8 Pro? It was that Windows 8.1 mini tablet that kind of sucked. It had a terrible touchscreen along with a terrible pen, which was notoriously hard to find. On top of that, Windows 8.1 sucked on mini tablets. To be fair, it’s not much better now. Well, today the Dell Venue 8 Pro 5000 is available, and it’s possible the most expensive 8″ tablet on the market. The obvious…

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Microsoft is Bringing Word Flow Keyboard to iOS

Microsoft is Bringing Word Flow Keyboard to iOS

Remember how you were pissed off when you learned that Microsoft was porting Cortana to iOS and Android because you wouldn’t have anything to brag about to your friends? How there was nothing special about your Windows Phone anymore? Well, get ready to feel that way again. Word Flow is coming to iOS. To be clear, this is a good thing. All of Microsoft’s cross-platform efforts are a good thing. It’s better for the health…

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