Microsoft has announced that it will be providing free upgrades of its latest upcoming OS, Windows 10, do away with the use of passwords, provide for a faster installation process.
Windows 10, Microsoft's newest iteration in its family of operating systems, will be free for all users for all users during the first year of its launch, around June 2015, even if the existing OS it upgrades is a pirated version.
According to Terry Myerson, Microsoft's OS head, the move to offer free upgrades even for running pirated copies is to "re-engage" users who have been running pirated software from China, and solving the dilemma of the currently 75 percent of PCs in the US that rely on pirated Windows software. more >>
Apple's dedicated streaming service for television is set to launch in the fall, featuring 25 channels, including most of the major broadcast networks.
Apple has announced it will be launching its web TV streaming service in September with approximately 25 channels, including ABC, CBS, and Fox networks. This news follows Apple's standalone digital TV partnership with HBO Now to exclusively host the cable network's shows starting April.
With Apple TV seen only as a supplement to existing TV and cable service, its upcoming streaming offer will breathe new life into the company's 8-year-old digital media player. more >>
Microsoft has released information that its newest OS, the Windows 10, is scheduled for release in the next few weeks, including news the new version is geared at saving users up to 2 gigabytes in storage.
Windows 10, Microsoft's newest operating system, is scheduled to be launched in April 15, ahead of schedule. It is also expected to be a much slimmer version than its predecessors and will take up less room, saving users as much as 2 gigabytes of storage space.
Unlike in the previous version, Windows 10 will bring back the Start menu, a desktop version of the Cortana virtual assistant, and faster Windows updates capabilities. more >>
The California Supreme Court has instituted a policy that prohibits state judges from participating in the Boy Scouts of America because it doesn't allow openly gay adults to become troop leaders.
California Bans Judges From Participating in Boy Scouts Over Its Policy Prohibiting Gay Troop Leaders
Earlier this year the court voted unanimously to change the California Code of Judicial Ethics, removing an exemption allowing membership in youth organizations, such as the Boy Scouts, that it claims practice discrimination. more >>
Reality star Kim Kardashian is thinking of trying a surrogate to conceive her and husband Kanye West's second child she admitted during a preview of her show.
After having struggled to become pregnant with a second child for husband, rapper Kanye West since 2014, Kim Kardashian says she's willing to use a surrogate to give their daughter, North a younger sibling.
The 34-year-old reality TV personality admitted to the possibility of using a surrogate during an episode preview of Season 10 of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians". more >>
Just weeks after news emerged Lady Gaga would be appearing in the fifth season of "American Horror Story," it was announced Matt Bomer of "White Collar" will be joining her when the show premieres late this year.
"White Collar's" Matt Bomer will be joining Lady Gaga for a lead role the fifth season of 20th Century Fox TV and FX Channel's "American Horror Story." Late last month, it was learned the "Born This Way" performer had been cast for Season 5, titled "American Horror Story: Hotel," which will premiere October 2015.
According to Bomer, he still doesn't have the details of his role in the upcoming season, but is ready for whatever show creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk have planned for him. Lady Gaga, who signed on last month, has an undisclosed role, as well. more >>