× Business Technology Leadership Magazines Startups Opinion Yearbook

SOFTWARE

FEATURED

Google to acquire Twitter app platform Fabric

In a recent buzz it’s been reported that the tech giant Google is all set to acquire Twitter's mobile application developer platform ‘Fabric’. It is said that this move could give so... Read More >>

siliconreview-google-to-acquire-twitter-app-platform-fabric

NEWS

siliconreview-google-to-acquire-twitter-app-platform-fabric

Google to acquire Twitter app platform Fabric

In a recent buzz it’s been reported that the tech giant Google is all set to acquire Twitter's mobile application developer platform ‘Fabric’. It is said that this move could give so [....]

siliconreview-mozilla-gives-a-new-look-itself

Mozilla gives a new look itself.

This came as a surprise to all when a big tech company reveals its new identity. Many of us haven’t come across Mozilla‘s new logo, to get 2017 started though, Mozilla has decided to give [....]

siliconreview-microsoft-will-soon-bring-cortana-to-the-android-lock-screen

Microsoft will soon bring Cortana to the Android lock screen

Microsoft recently overhauled the user interface of Cortana on Android, but the company has more plans for the digital assistant. The software giant is currently testing out a new way to acc [....]

siliconreview-microsoft-tagged-windows-7-as-outdated-and-reminded-users-to-upgrade-windows-10

Microsoft tagged Windows 7 as 'outdated' and reminded users to upgrade windows 10

Recently the tech giant took a step to remind its customers running on Windows 7 that they have just three years of support remaining, told them that the aged OS was "long outdated" and urged them to [....]

siliconreview-now-you-can-play-flac-audio-files-on-chrome

Now you can play FLAC audio files on Chrome

Audiophiles are getting a new way to listen to one of the top formats for lossless music. As spotted by 9to5Google, Google has begun adding FLAC support to Chrome, and it should be rolling o [....]

siliconreview-microsoft-is-all-set-to-retire-the-blue-screen-of-death-for-few-of-its-users

Microsoft is all set to retire the Blue Screen of Death for few of its users

Beta testers of Windows 10 who were used to the warm, familiar glow of Microsoft’s Blue Screen of Death will start learning its not easy being green. Microsoft is changing its venerable err [....]

siliconreview-tech-giant-apple-considering-development-expansion-into-wearable-glasses

Tech Giant Apple Considering Development & Expansion Into Wearable Glasses

In a report by Bloomberg, it has been reported that, the tech giant Apple Inc is considering expanding into wearable glass headsets and has talked about the project with potential suppliers. Acc [....]

siliconreview-google-pixel-got-hacked-in-less-than-60-seconds

Google Pixel got hacked in less than 60 seconds

The all new flagship smartphone by Google, which runs the latest Android 7.0 Nougat operating system, succumbed to a team of hackers in less than 60 seconds reportedly. A group of white-hat hackers k [....]

siliconreview-youtube-videos-pleased-with-new-attracting-features

YouTube videos pleased with new attracting features

American video-sharing website ‘YouTube’ has officially made an announcement regarding offering support for High Dynamic Range (HDR) videos, a feature that imparts a wider color range, bri [....]

siliconreview-u-s-tech-firms-turn-to-africa-based-developers

U.S. tech firms turn to Africa-based developers

Tech companies founded in the United States are setting up software development centers in Nigeria and Kenya, where a number of young developers has led to growing tech communities. Microsoft has lau [....]

© 2016 The Silicon Review. All Rights Reserved.