Microsoft is holding a press event this Tuesday, and naturally the Internet has gone rampant about what it could be for. Actually no; everyone knows that they’ll probably release a new Surface line of devices. Now Windows Phone Central has come out what some details of what the guys from Redmond are planning.
Apple released the latest point upgrade of OS X and iTunes to the world, bringing their versions up to 10.9.3 and 11.2 respectively.
Speaking of weekends, the guys over at Engadget have a great read concerning Netscape. You know, the company responsible for the first world wide web browser that actually took the world by storm when it was first introduced back in 1994.
The Financial Times today that has since been practically confirmed by all major publications. It seems our Cupertino overlords over at Apple are in talks with Beats Audio to buy the company for $3.2 billion.
In the “how convenient” department, two days after AMD shared with the world its vision of the future, Intel’s plans for next year seem to have been leaked. As the chinese edition of VR-Zone reports, there’s a clear path from the current Broadwell and Haswell chipsets to the next generation Skylake 100 series platform.