Microsoft is expected to show off the progress it’s made in developing a new version of Windows for tablet computers. Microsoft knew that tablets would be the future of computing a decade ago, but still hasn’t produced a popular device. The Windows 8 operating system could determine Microsoft’s future success in the market. Continue Reading →
[wpaudio url=”″ text=”Click to play … ” dl=”0″] Netflix finally released an update that will let users of older Android devices stream movies on the go. The long-awaited update will support 80% of devices running Android versions 2.2 and 2.3. Unfortunately, the release still isn’t compatible with older Android tablets. In other news, Microsoft is Continue Reading →
Windows 8
Microsoft is finally departing from Window’s “Start” bar interface with the tablet-compatible Windows 8. The newest iteration is due out fall of next year and boasts lots of bright colored boxes whooshing around the screen. If you can’t stand the interface, you’ll have the option to use the traditional one. Read the full article at Continue Reading →
[wpaudio url=”″ text=”Click to play … ” dl=”0″] Netflix’s price hikes have officially rolled out, doubling the cost of some plans. Combined streaming and single DVD-rental plans now cost about $16, but if you mostly use instant watch you can enjoy the $7.99 option. Check your account and make sure you know what you’re paying Continue Reading →