Moviemaking with Movavi

  Have you ever tried to make your own movie? Well, it’s easier than it seems! With the right video editing software, the montage process won’t take a lot of time even if it’s your first time using it. Movavi Video Editor can turn video editing into a really engaging process. The program has a…

Cyberlink releases PowerDVD17 with VR support

CyberLink is releasing PowerDVD 17 with full support for VR headsets. PowerDVD 17 adds support for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive VR headsets to bring virtual reality content to users, along with innovations in 360 video playback. PowerDVD 17 is also the world’s first software player to be certified by the Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA)…

Office for Android tablets preview now available to all

All Android users are now able to download Microsoft's Office on Android preview, as long as their devices have the capability to run it. Microsoft has made the preview apps available to anyone using an ARM-powered tablet running KitKat or Lollipop with a screen size of between 7 inches and 10.1 inches. The initial preview…

Apple plans to let retail staff test its new iOS

It looks like Apple has come up with a cost-free plan to road-test its new software before it rolls it out to the public. A report from 9to5Mac says that Apple is looking to use retail employees to help them test pre-release versions of a new iOS before they are rolled out. According to the…

The UK Top 10 video games chart: Call of Duty Advanced Warfare retains top spot

[nextpage title="Next"] 2015 gets under way with an unchanged Top Three, meaning Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare has now achieved six weeks at No.1, one more week than predecessor Ghosts. Grand Theft Auto V is not far behind at No.2, staying ahead of FIFA 15 at No.3. Ubisoft’s top sellers Far Cry 4 and Assassin’s…

The 5 types of software update that will DRIVE YOU INSANE

[nextpage title="Next"] Updating software is a fact of life but one that doesn't get any less irritating. Here's our five least favourite types of software update. [/nextpage] [nextpage title="Next"] 1) Firmware updates Pic by Scott Schiller Every time a new version of iOS is installed on your phone, or an Xbox…

Steve Ballmer quits Microsoft board

Former Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer has resigned as a member of the company’s board, ending more than three decades of involvement in the world’s biggest software maker. Ballmer, 58, is still Microsoft’s top individual shareholder. He had initially remained as a director after handing the top job over to one of his deputies, Satya…

Rip-off Britain: UK shoppers pay more for technology

It's something that people in the UK have always suspected, but now Which? has made it official – Britons pay far more for new technology products than consumers in the US. The consumer watchdog compared the prices, excluding tax, of 13 identical products ranging from televisions and games consoles to desktop applications and security software and…

Is Microsoft really going to force people to use Windows 8?

The Windows operating system has been around for quite a while now - the first iteration, Windows 1.0, was released all the way back in 1985. The current version is the somewhat unpopular Windows 8 – many people have stuck with Windows 7, which was released in 2009. Now Microsoft has announced that it is set…

Samsung updates Galaxy S4 software

Samsung is rolling out a software upgrade for the Galaxy S4 which includes features that were previously exclusive to the Galaxy S5. The website Phones Review says that Samsung is pushing out a new firmware update to the GT-I9505 version…