ReBoard is a new iPhone and iPad keyboard app that lets you do common app-like tasks, like searching Wikipedia or sharing Dropbox links, without actually having to switching to these apps.



Here’s a step by step guide on how to uninstall or downgrade Windows 10 to Windows 8.1 or 7 on your PC. Windows 10 may be a good release, but it is not without its problems. Thankfully you can use these instructions to downgrade/uninstall back to older version of Windows.



A report alleges the new Apple TV, to be announced on September 9, will come packed with a remote that supports motion-based control suitable for casual gaming.



Here’s how to reset ‘Trust This Computer?’ alert in iOS and untrust all computers connected to your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. It is important to note that there’s no way to untrust one particular computer, if you want to untrust a computer, you will need to untrust all the computers your device has ever been connected to. If you think that’s not a problem, follow the steps below on how to do it.



The idea of Google’s Android Wear powered smartwatches working with Apple’s iPhone sounds far-fetched, right? Perhaps not, because a few hours back a listing for the highly-anticipated Huawei Android Wear smartwatch (named Huawei Watch) was spotted over at Amazon which stated that the device is compatible with “most devices with an iOS 8.2…”. The page after making a few rounds on the Web has since then been taken down following a statement from Huawei.



Yet another leaked image that purports to show the official packaging from the upcoming iPhone 6s has made its way into the public domain. The image, shared with the world by Steve Hemmerstoffer, claims to show a sticker from the rear of the next-generation iPhone box that clearly denotes a 16GB model. The rest of the information is fairly standard, outlining information such as the inclusion of a Lightning cable, the integration of Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and other connective options such as NFC and GPS.



The countdown is officially on for Apple’s dedicated media event where they are expected to introduce the next-generation iPhone. Official press invitations have been issued, and the venue has been booked. The date has been firmly placed into the diaries of individuals over the world who would be interested in the future product roadmap of the world’s richest company. Now, as we eagerly await September 9, we’re seeing additional reports that provide more insight into the color options and potential features of the new iPhone, as well as the future of Apple’s existing smartphones.



Microsoft has applied the specialist talents of its Garage after-hours team to come up with a new handy tool for Windows users. Called Microsoft Snip, this handy little utility aims to bring screenshots to life through annotation and embedded audio.



Microsoft has today released a new, updated version of the Windows 10 Insider Preview build 10532 to those on the Fast ring. Here’s what is new and how you can download this new update.



Announced at the E3 conference earlier this year, Square Enix’s new Lara Croft GO mobile game is available today for the first time across iOS, Android and Windows Phone platforms.



Here’s how to live stream Apple’s September 9 iPhone 6s event keynote on Windows, Android, iOS, Mac OS X and the Apple TV. The live stream will begin at 10am Pacific / 1pm Eastern on Wednesday, Sept. 9.



A new leak has all but confirmed camera specs of the upcoming iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus which are scheduled for unveiling at Apple’s September 9th event in San Francisco.



Here is a list of Samsung Galaxy S devices which will get Android 6.0 Marshmallow update, slated for release sometime this fall. Is your device on the list?



Here’s everything you need to know about how to find your Windows 10 product key and how activation works on free upgraded versus new retail copies of Windows 10.



It’s official now. Apple will host a media event on Wednesday, September 9th, to unveil iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus to the world.



Apple’s September 9th media event that will finally see the iPhone 6s introduced to the world, is nearly here. Over the last few months we’ve heard, seen, and discovered pretty much everything that can be expected when the phone finally drops in, but just when you though you’ve read and seen it all, a new interesting piece of information has just been leaked. A new report, which cites a number of individuals who have allegedly used internal iPhone 6s test devices, is suggesting that the team at Cupertino is developing an Apple Watch-like Motion wallpaper functionality for the new phone to inject some dynamism into it.



We already know that Microsoft is planning on attempting to make an additional impact in the high-end smartphone market with the launch of two new devices this coming October. A number of leaks over the past few weeks have already given us a sketchy look at the supposed new devices, as well as the accompanying full hardware specifications. Now, Evan Blass, who goes by @evleaks on Twitter, has published what seems to be official press images of the two new Microsoft Lumia devices, giving us an additional visual insight into what we can expect.



We’ve seen and discovered pretty much everything there is to know about Apple’s actual iPhone 6s hardware, so what’s left to lean prior to the September 9 unveiling? Well, there’s the packaging to consider, of course. With the packaging in mind, a new low-quality photograph has been thrust into the public domain, and allegedly shows off Apple’s official product packaging for its upcoming iPhone 6s Plus.



Here’s how to get desktop notifications for Gmail in Mac OS X without using Apple’s stock Mail app. Useful for those who use Gmail web app but want notifications to be delivered on desktop even when the web app and the web browser are not in use.



Facebook M is the social network’s new Messenger-nested digital assistant that aims to one-up Siri, Google Now and Cortana by performing real-world tasks.



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