With the start of this year’s Apple developer conference #WWDC19, Apple introduced the new version of the Mac operating system. What’s new, what has changed? We have already taken a closer look.
Steve Jobs has died. One of the most prominent personalities in computer technology, this charismatic visioneer has contributed so much to the world we know today.
Microsoft has published an update for Microsoft Messenger 8 for Mac.
Yesterday, Steve Jobs talked about his decision not to support Adobe Flash, when he got interviewed on the D8 Conference.
Since yesterday, you can buy it in Germany and several other European countries: the iPad. Apple succeeds in making true what other manufacturers can only dream of: People flood stores and order a device for several hundred Euros—without knowing what the device can do.
Last week only, Microsoft announced the introduction of Windows Live Messenger for Apple’s iPhone. Now, the new application was demonstrated for the first time in a video.
Opera, Firefox, Internet Explorer—everybody may and must decide which program to use for surfing. Professionals are glad, for newbies this can be messy. What now, which program to pick? Let’s talk about the backgrounds—and get some tips.
For years, Apple has been prohibiting the Flash technology on iPhone, iPod touch and lately on iPad too. However, user interest is quite high, according to current statistics by Adobe.
As announced last week, Microsoft has released the Bing App for iPhone. Since last night, it can be downloaded from the iTunes App Store.
I thought it was about time to let you know what I am currently working on. While you can find the complete list at the Projects page, here is a summary of the most interesting bits. MPLCode A Messenger Plus! script for sending/receiving programming codes formatted instead of plain-text. WLMStatus