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Xero announces connected accounting features to bring SMBs and advisors closer
The new products include connected accounting, Xero HQ and Xero Projects updates, and improvements to bank reconciliation.
Samsung launches its Android 9.0 beta
Samsung announced the launch of the Samsung Experience 9.0 beta...
Max 2017: Adobe Creative Cloud gets a refresh
Some of the applications that received updates and new features include Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and Premiere Pro.
Oculus VR just got a whole lot better with Rift Core 2.0
“We’ve shipped 19 updates to date, and this will be our biggest milestone yet...”
Salesforce announces Summer ‘17 update at Auckland Basecamp
The Basecamp event also featured trailblazing customer stories from Fonterra, HazardCo, Spark Digital and Soul Machines.
Adobe XD gets another update packed full of features
Adobe Experience Design is built from the ground up to address the complex needs of UX designers...
Reckon One update promises a more intuitive, accessible and cleaner UX
“We believe this update will provide a much better user experience for small businesses, by making it easier for them to manage their books."
iOS gets another round of critical security updates to block major security holes
Apple’s iOS 10.3.3 has undergone an urgent update after massive security holes were discovered in many of the system’s functions.
Apple releases critical security updates for all products
If you put off installing the latest Apple security updates, now is the time to do it, according to Australian security watchdogs Stay Smart Online.
Mid-market CRM software Sugar announces update to version 7.9
SugarCRM has recently announced the release of version 7.9 of its customer relationship management software.
Microsoft embraces Android and iOS in new Windows update
These updates mark their most significant success in embracing both Android and iOS.
Grumpy tech guy: Top tech annoyances and their solutions
Tasks as simple as going out to meet up with friends without a smartphone is chaos in the making.
Microsoft switches to monthly Windows 7, 8.1 and Server 2012 updates
Microsoft is planning monthly rollout update for Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 and users for all non-security related updates.
Upgrades: Too much trouble, too expensive or too important to ignore?
The easiest, most effective and least damaging method of protecting your school’s digital assets is to not get compromised in the first place.
Xero adds search, completes cloud accounting software first
Xero has added a new feature known as ‘Search for Xero’, available from any screen within the app, to enable faster navigation and a better workflow.
Meet OS X El Capitan: Steering your Mac into smoother waters
Apple’s next major release of its operating system, dubbed OS X El Capitan, is only a day away and includes a number of new features.
Skype 5.6 for Android rolled out to users
Skype has ‘refreshed’ the product design and user experience for Android users with new updates.
Multiplayer and Party Updates for Xbox One
<p>This is a big week for Xbox One as Microsoft will start to roll out their first product update for Xbox One.</p>