This week on tech, Google unveils the smart contact lens project, aimed to help people with diabetes to keep track of glucose levels without daily painful pricking-of-the-finger. The search giant also fully integrates Google Now in Chrome.
This week also Google made available Chrome version 32 and now Windows 8 users have a Chrome OS like interface.
Microsoft announces that even though Windows XP support will end on April 8th, 2014, the free antivirus will continue to have support until July 2015.
Windows 9 rumors keeps heating up and this week I wrote a new editorial post with all the details you need to know about the operating system.
Microsoft releases the first Patch Tuesday of 2014 and later on the weekend the software giant decided to quietly start rolling out the Surface Pro 2 running Windows 8 to fix issues, but not all, caused by December 2013’s firmware update. 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.
- Microsoft starts rolling out Surface Pro 2 firmware fix update
- Google X lab working on smart contact lens to monitor glucose levels for diabetics
- Watch This: Windows 8.1 apps floating in an augmented reality conference room
- Google Now arrives in the Canary desktop version of Chrome (update)
- Microsoft’s Windows XP free anti-malware software has one more year to live
- Windows 9 to fix a broken Windows 8, but will it be a free upgrade? (editorial)
- Chrome 32 turns any Windows 8 PC into a Chrome OS enabled device (update)
- Microsoft Patch Tuesday, January 2014, includes Surface Pro 2 firmware and Windows fixes (update)