This week on tech, Google I/O happened this week and the company announced a ton of new stuff: Android L with Material Design, Android TV, Android Auto, and Android Wear. Also the search giant announced that the first two smartwatches running Android Wear will release pretty soon.
Microsoft bumps OneDrive storage for free, Office 365, and for those who only paid monthly for OneDrive cloud storage.
If you’re an Apple fan and want to trade-in your laptop for a new Surface Pro 3, you’re in luck, currently the Microsoft Store is offering a trade-in program that give you up to 650$ for your Apple device, which you can use to purchase a Surface Pro 3.
This week also we finally got to see if there is a chance to upgrade or replace part on Surface Pro 3 and in the latest teardown from iFixit we found out that it is quite impossible, but check out the article to know why.
Xbox One and Xbox 360 owners for the month of July you’ll be getting three new games, one for Xbox One and two Xbox 360. That is of course, if you have an Xbox Live Gold membership. Also for the month of July, you’ll still be able to download Max: The Curse of Brotherhood.
Finally, this week I published a guide for those Google Chrome users on PCs with retina display. As you know Chrome currently doesn’t support high DPI screens, at least not in Windows. However there is a workaround to enable HiDPI mode, which still under development, but it works quite well. All this and more…
Welcome to 10Alert: IT Digest edition. Each weekend I will bring you a compilation of articles of the week, including how-to guides, features, tech news, and more. This is simply a list with a brief description of pieces you might have missed or you might just want to read again.
- Xbox One and Xbox 360 free games with Gold for July
- How to enable high DPI mode in Chrome for Windows 8.x PC and Surface Pro 3
- Android Wear smartwatches are now available for pre-order
- Android TV: Google’s second try to take over the living room
- Watch the entire Google I/O 2014 keynote (video)
- Surface Pro 3 teardown, forget any chance of upgrading this tablet
- Microsoft trade-in program offers MacBook Air users up to $650 to buy a Surface Pro 3
- OneDrive bumps storage to 15GB for free accounts and 1TB for Office 365 customers