Developers of great iOS apps sometimes cut their prices in special promotions, but the iTunes Free App of the Week never disappoints in delivering top-notch content without the usual price tag. This week's entry usually costs $1.99, but right now, is completely free of charge. Details, as well as that all-important download link, can be found after the break.
Watching a prized gadget like the Apple Watch being casually destroyed might cause palpitations for those of a nervous geeky disposition, but I do think there's a natural human intrigue in destruction, which makes a video of the Apple Watch acquainting itself with liquid nitrogen a very appealing prospect. Add to that a side dish of hydrogen explosion, and you've surely got a feast of tech annihilation, right? Find out after the break.
The talk of a larger, so-called 'iPad Pro' has remained incessant for a number of months now, and along with a fourth-gen Apple TV, is rumored to be arriving at some point this year. With a display size said to be larger than that of the new 12-inch MacBook Air, it would comfortably dwarf the 9.7-inch panel of the iPad Air 2, but while the rumor mill continues to churn out new information, there's still very little by way of concrete evidence. A new video looks at two purported iPad Pro cases up against the iPad Air 2, offering a gauge on its size in comparison to the current flagship, and if you've been keeping an eye out for Apple's more sizeable slate, you can catch the clip along with further details below.
The Web is awash with cool, automated tools, and Microsoft has added to the pool during its BUILD week by unleashing a site that detects your age from photos. Simple system involves you popping in a picture, letting the software giant's algorithms quickly assess it, and generating a result, which offers a guess at age as well as the gender. It has thrown up some funny results already, and if you want to try it out for yourself, check the specifics after the fold.
The Apple Watch is, for many, a wishlist item. Some are unable to afford a smartwatch costing several hundred dollars, while many countries don't even have the thing available to order as yet, and even throughout the handful of launch nations, scores of consumers are still waiting for shipments to arrive in the post. Despite the current state of affairs, there has still been a steady stream of durability videos testing the resolve of the wrist computer, and while some have offered genuine value in gauging the ruggedness of the device, many others have been compiled just because. If you derive entertainment from witnessing the wanton destruction of highly sought-after gadgets, then the clip below should feed your appetite.
This online service transforms stainless steel Apple Watch into gold Apple Watch Edition. More details on the service can be found here.
First ever Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 'Plus' details have been leaked online. More details on the leak can be found here.
Microsoft has been very, very busy in its preparation for Windows 10. More than just a superficial update, the company is rebuilding a lot of its software components from the ground upwards, including its famed surfing client. Internet Explorer's time passed many years ago, and over the past few months, we've seen tidbits of its successor, which was codenamed Project Spartan. Today, at the software maker's BUILD dev gathering, Project Spartan has been officially named Microsoft Edge, and while you're probably glad to see the back of IE, there are plenty of reasons to instead be more excited about what Spartan has to offer.
Microsoft Visual Studio Code download for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux now available. Details on the new release and where to download it from can be found here.