Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Microsoft: Windows 10 Event is Planned in January

Microsoft has plans to bring back the home menu button and remove some of the lackluster features of Windows 8 on Windows 10. All around it looks like a more customizable and usable operating system for power-heads on PC, and should scale down to mobiles.

Microsoft announced Windows 10 in a small event in San Francisco, where the developer preview was launched. Redmond has a bigger launch event planned for the consumer edition of Windows 10. In late January, Microsoft will hold an event for all press and developers, to show some of the new changes coming to the final edition of Windows 10.

Windows 10 still has a lot left in the shadows from the short presentation a last month. The developer preview has given us a good amount of information, but anything could change. Microsoft will detail some of the touch display technologies and how Windows 10 will integrate with phone and tablet. It looks like Windows 10 will encompass all sizes, taking over Windows Phone and Windows RT.

The event should take place after the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, one of the biggest technology events of the year. Microsoft is hoping to draw the enthusiasm from CES to its own event.

This will mean one store for all apps, allowing a user to buy an app on the PC and re-download it on their phone or tablet. The new one store will avoid buying an app on the same account twice.

Windows 10 Preview ISO Product key: NKJFK-GPHP7-G8C3J-P6JXR-HQRJR

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Friday, November 21, 2014

Find your lost phone and key

Keylink, Motorola’s latest gadget is as small as a keychain. It is a RF remote controlled device which is linked to your smartphone, all the time. But what is great about the device would blow your mind.

Keylink is compatible with Android and iOS devices. Simply download the Motorola Connect app from the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store today to get started.

It gets even better: If you own a Moto X (2nd gen.), Droid Turbo or a phone running Android 5.0, Lollipop, you can use your trusted device settings to enable the added ability to keep your phone unlocked when your keys are nearby. This way you don’t have to enter your password to use it. Just enable trusted devices by going into settings and then security.

And it gets even better: The battery lasts upwards of a year and you can replace it with a coin cell battery found in any local drug or convenience store.

Keylink is splashproof (not waterproof) and can be used for almost a year without a charge or replacing the battery.