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Google Play Store revenue increase in UK and US help it play catch up

11 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
Google Play Store revenue increase in UK and US help it play catch up
Revenue increases of 35 per cent in the UK and 55 per cent in the US have meant that Google is closing the significant revenue gap on the Apple App Store.

A closer look at how poor marketing assured Windows XP its cult status

12 hours ago  by Seamus Condron
A closer look at how poor marketing assured Windows XP its cult status
How would Microsoft have evolved if it had kept the XP moniker as a brand, like Apple did with OS X? Would XP still have its cult status today? We doubt it...

Could Apple CarPlay be coming soon to older cars?

17 hours ago  by Angela Moscaritolo
Could Apple CarPlay be coming soon to older cars?
New car owners aren't the only ones who will be able to take advantage of Apple's CarPlay technology. Car electronics manufacturer Alpine is now prepping a standalone aftermarket console.

A closer look at whether Microsoft could hijack Android for its own ends

20 hours ago  by Tim Bajarin
A closer look at whether Microsoft could hijack Android for its own ends
We look at how Redmond could pretty much hijack Android for its own purposes – a prospect that is surely too delicious an idea for Microsoft not to consider.

Mobile app of the day: SurveyMonkey

21 hours ago  by Sandra Vogel
Mobile app of the day: SurveyMonkey
SurveyMonkey is a great app if you are interested in questionnaires and analysis, and the app ties in neatly with the website.

Nuance Power PDF review: PDF editor and conversion suite

14 Apr 2014  by Simon Williams
Nuance Power PDF review: PDF editor and conversion suite
Power PDF is considerably easier to use than many of its rivals and combines document creation and conversion, including organising batch jobs, within a familiar interface.

Nuance Power PDF Advanced vs Adobe Acrobat

14 Apr 2014  by Simon Williams
Nuance Power PDF Advanced vs Adobe Acrobat
Nuance's Power PDF is aimed directly at the market-leading Adobe Acrobat but with a slant towards small office use. As such, it aims for a smoother workflow of documents for Internet use and archival.

Could big data end our drought problems?

14 Apr 2014  by Gil Allouche
Could big data end our drought problems?
Globally, people are beginning to realise they can’t continue using resources, especially water, with such abandon as they have in the past. But could big data solve our problems in the future?

Nuance Power: Affordable PDF for all business needs

14 Apr 2014  by James Morris
Nuance Power: Affordable PDF for all business needs
Nuance has a new way for business to get the most out of PDFs in an affordable way. Also, if you act before 30 April, you can win yourself a brand new Apple iPad Air. Click on for more details.

Microsoft frees up precious storage on Windows 8 with WIMBoot update

14 Apr 2014  by David Murphy
Microsoft frees up precious storage on Windows 8 with WIMBoot update
You sacrifice a little bit in performance on a device using Microsoft's newly announced WIMBoot technique, but you gain a hefty amount of storage back.

Mobile app of the day: Zapper

14 Apr 2014  by Sandra Vogel
Mobile app of the day: Zapper
Remembering website logins and card payment details becomes a thing of the past when you use Zapper, a QR code reader with some major extras.