Software Archive

Big data applications

Richard J Self, Research Fellow – Big Data Lab, University of Derby, examines the role of software testing in the achievement of

Microsoft is bringing the full Windows 10 experience to mobile chipsets

Chip manufacturer Qualcomm and Microsoft have teamed up to support Windows 10 on mobile computing devices powered by Snapdragon processors. The first

Apple sending out iOS 10.2 for the iPhone, iPad and the iPod Touch

iOS 10.2 is finally here, much to the rejoice of iPhone and iPad owners. The update introduces support for the all-new TV

Google ditches location-sharing feature in map apps

Google on Wednesday released an upgraded version of its popular maps app for Android-powered smartphones and tablets that ditches a Latitude feature

Google Maps guides travellers offline

Google on Tuesday updated its free map service to guide users of Android-powered smartphones to destinations without relying on Internet connections. An

Spoken-language app makes meal logging easier, could aid weight loss

For people struggling with obesity, logging calorie counts and other nutritional information at every meal is a proven way to lose weight.

Learning ancient Japanese characters with your smartphone

A research group at Osaka University has developed an application which is designed to allow anyone with a smartphone or tablet device

Office 365 is king of business web apps, but Slack is growing fastest

Which is the most popular business app used online? Unsurprisingly, it’s Office 365, the subscription version of Microsoft’s productivity suite, according to

Windows 10’s big Anniversary Update puts Ink to screen

As part of the big Anniversary (formally known as Redstone) Update for Windows 10, Microsoft has branded a new Windows 10 feature

Microsoft’s Bots could be its biggest contribution to computing since Windows

On stage at its annual Build conference keynote, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella painted a picture of our lives being made easier with