Monthly Archive:: August 2016

Apple Pay UK launch guide | Apple Pay coming to Mac

Apple Pay launched in the UK on 14 July 2015. In this article we answer all the other questions UK readers are asking about

Why Microsoft won’t hit 1 billion Windows 10 installs

At last year’s Build conference, Windows and devices chief Terry Myerson announced one of those “bold ambitions” that Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella

Overwatch Free Trial Could Be Introduced

Game developer Blizzard could potentially be considering the introduction of a free trial for its successful team-based first-person shooter Overwatch. During ChinaJoy

Windows 10 Anniversary Update makes it harder for admins to remove advertising

Microsoft has been accused of injecting ads and sponsored apps into Windows for quite a while and now they’re taking more direct

Apple Q3 2016 financial results | Apple earnings report: iPhone and Mac sales fall, overall revenue down, but Tim Cook talks up ‘encouraging signs’

Apple announced its financial results for the third quarter of fiscal year 2016 (the three months ended 25 June 2016) on Tuesday 26

The best Windows 10 deals in August 2016

Windows 10 is free for anyone who wants to upgrade an existing PC or laptop from Windows 7 or Windows 8.1. Simply

PC Games Summer Sale Offers Big Price Cut on The Division & Thousands More

The GMG Summer sale has come to an end. While those deals are over, you may be interested in a few new

Pokemon Go for Windows 10 Mobile is now possible, PoGo UWP now available in beta

Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile users have been pining for Pokemon Go for some time now, with a petition for Niantic

New fifth-gen Apple TV 2016 release date & features rumours: ‘Something bigger’ on the way for Apple TV, says Tim Cook | Apple TV 5 launch rumoured for late 2016

When will Apple release the next Apple TV – the fifth-generation Apple TV – in the UK? And what new features, tech specs

Microsoft just made Windows 10 more secure

Windows 10 is making considerable efforts to tighten up on the security front, and Microsoft has just announced changes to how it