Google has finally named the next version of Android, previously codenamed N, and while the name Nutella has been knocked out, Nougat got in.
Apple has previewed "powerful new Siri capabilities for Apple TV and many more great new features for users, making the entertainment experience in the living room even better".
With the promise of instant app loading on watchOS 3-enabled Apple Watches and plenty more, users of the device are in for a massive treat very soon.
The next version of the Mac OS is macOS Sierra, previewed at WWDC, and it lets you ‘access your desktop from anywhere, copy and paste between devices’ and more!
Apple’s iOS share has remained steady as the Android Empire’s growth has grown, but it is at Windows Phone’s expense in Europe’s big 5 markets.
Unisys has announced a virtualised version of its ClearPath MCP operating environment software.
Apple’s OS programmers are moving quickly to new versions, with the first betas for all of Apple’s major operating system updates having arrived.
Timely preparation for migration to a new operating system is critical and should not be left until the last minute, although Australian companies and organisations may not be taking a sufficiently strategic approach to managing their own IT needs.
Kantar’s latest worldwide smartphone OS sales share report notes Android gains in the US, losses in Europe and that Samsung and Apple account for 66% of US Smartphone Sales.
With over 110 million devices upgraded to Windows 10, that leaves approximately 1.4 billion to go, so Microsoft has decided to make upgrading easier.
The wait for El Capitan is almost over, with Apple confirming it will be released today, 30 September.
Google’s Android operating system continues to lose out to Apple iOS across the major smartphone markets in Europe, but has managed to hold its own in the US market with a positive result, according to a new research report.
Even though Windows Server 2003 goes out of support tomorrow, Microsoft's ageing server operating system is still in use at 20% of Australian and New Zealand businesses according to a Telsyte survey commissioned by Dell.
Those brave enough to try a sneak peek of Apple’s latest iOS 9 in a more stable ‘public beta’ than earlier developer betas can now do so.
The latest operating system updates for Apple’s iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Macs have arrived, promising improvements and bug fixes galore.
If you’ve been waiting for the latest versions of iOS and Mac OS X to arrive, as well as security updates for Safari 6, 7 and 8, they’re finally here and waiting for you to download!
iOS 9 is reportedly showing up in web server logs, suggesting the forthcoming operating system for iPhone and iPad is being tested against a variety of sites.
Samsung’s Smart TV range in 2015 will be powered by its Tizen OS, an OS that on smartphones looks like Samsung’s Android models but has no compatibility with Android apps.
It’s 2015, and we’re half way through the second decade of the 21st century. What cool new things can we expect in tech this year?
Towards the end of January 2015 is when the world can expect to finally see a consumer oriented preview of its next Windows operating system, Windows 10, with a stack of new features to be unveiled, including a new touch interface, and presumably Cortana, too.
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