Facebook has just invited the press to an event related to Android, on Thursday, April 4th at its headquarters in California. This event could signal a re-write of its Android app, a heavily modified Android OS or even a phone.
Google will begin rolling out Chromebooks in new countries such as Australia, with devices manufactured by companies such as HP. Stores such as Best Buy in the US will also begin selling them of the shelf.
Dropbox has acquired the popular email client Mailbox and it’s 14 members. Dropbox hopes to use some of the technology behind Mailbox to enhance it’s own features.
A patch has been issued by Microsoft that fixes a loophole in the Windows Operating System that would allow a hacker to execute code in the OS’s kernel level by simply plugging a USB drive into the device. TL;DR recommends that Windows users download this patch as soon as possible.
Analysts have predicted that since an “iPhone 5S” was not announced during winter it could quite possibly be unveiled in August.
Real Racing 3 has been released worldwide for iOS and Android devices for free. However the app is heavily reliant on in-app purchases.
Photos of what are claimed to be a new iPhone have been leaked onto the Internet. The device in the images has a larger screen compared to the iPhone 5.