How to watch Game of Thrones on your phone, tablet, computer or console

Game of Thrones is returning to HBO this weekend, and for many, the biggest question isn’t about what’s going to happen, but it’s about how they can watch it. This upcoming season of Game of Thrones is one of the most talked about, with the fate of a popular character left unknown and the battle for the Iron Throne drawing… Read More »

JAL operational prototypes leverage Microsoft’s latest holographic computer

TOKYO, Japan – Japan Airlines (JAL) has been working with Microsoft Corporation since August 2015 to explore the utilization of Microsoft HoloLens, a new holographic computer developed by Microsoft Corporation, in its operations. JAL, the first company in Asia and also the first airline to partner with Microsoft on HoloLens, has developed prototypes for potential application to the… Read More »

Tim Bosma trial: Forensic computer experts testify

The trial of the two men accused of murdering  Hamilton’s Tim Bosma continues Monday with jurors hearing from forensic computer experts about what they found on the cellphones belonging to the co-accused. Dellen Millard, 30, of Toronto, and Mark Smich, 28, of Oakville, Ont., are charged with first-degree murder. Both have pleaded not guilty. Tim Bosma trial: Dellen Millard stole… Read More »

Google Releases Nexus Factory Images With April Android Security Update

Google released its monthly security update for April earlier this month flagging eight vulnerabilities that were marked as “critical” by the company. Soon after, the company had removed MOB30D builds for the Nexus 9 and Nexus 7 Wi-Fi. Now, the company has re-released M0B30D factory images, this time for more devices including the Nexus 6, Nexus Player, and… Read More »

Apple Extends iPhone Production Cut for Another Quarter: Nikkei

Apple Inc will continue its reduced production of iPhones in the quarter ending June in light of sluggish sales, the Nikkei business daily reported, citing parts suppliers notified of the plan. Apple apparently does not plan to make enough of the newly launched iPhone SE model, the Nikkeireport said. The company’s shares fell 1.8 percent to $110.05. Shares… Read More »

Oracle, Google Fail to Settle Android Lawsuit Before Retrial

Oracle Corp and Alphabet’s Google unit failed to settle a long running copyright lawsuit over the Android operating system ahead of a retrial scheduled for May, according to a court docket. The case involves how much copyright protection should extend to the Java programming language, which Google used to design Android. Oracle is seeking billions in royalties for… Read More »

Japan Quakes Disrupt Sony Image Sensor Production Used in Apple iPhones

Electronics giant Sony Corp said a factory producing image sensors for Apple Inc and other smartphone makers will remain closed while it assesses the damage from two deadly earthquakes which hit southern Japan. Sony said it will extend the closure of its image sensor plant in Kumamoto, which is in the southern island of Kyushu, after major tremblors… Read More »

Twitter Testing Completely Revamped Android App in Beta

Micro-blogging website Twitter is testing a new design for an Android app version to make it more user-friendly and easy to navigate. Several people using Twitter’s alpha and beta apps have begun seeing a design that places Twitter’sfour core areas main feed, Moments, notifications, and direct messages as large tabs across the top of the screen, The Verge… Read More »

No Salary, but $68,506 in Compensation for Twitter CEO Dorsey

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey did not take salary or stock options since he joined the struggling micro-blogging website last year and received personal and residential security costs totaling $68,506 (roughly Rs. 45 lakhs), a media report said on Saturday. His predecessor Dick Costolo was awarded a total of $91,795 (roughly Rs. 60 lakhs), which included a monthly salary… Read More »

Facebook Looking to Extend ‘Boost Your Biz’ Programme to Villages

Social media giant Facebook Friday said it is looking to scale up extending “Boost Your Business” programme to villages in India to help entrepreneurs in improving their business prospects. “We are doing a bunch of different initiatives catered specifically to arts and crafts of India that live in villages. The challenge before us now is of scaling this… Read More »