Yahoo is rolling out a new mail app for iPhone and iPod touch designed to deliver more than just messages. Check this article from PCWorld.com
Pinterest is a “search engine” in its own right, and two new updates to Pinterest on mobile should now help with the visual exploration. Pinterest is rolling out Guided Search for trawling through more than 750 million boards with 30 billion Pins. The second announced feature — Custom Categories then should come into the picture to help you in a more organized way. Guided Categories is being rolled out first on the iPhone, iPad or Android apps and then to the Web. Custom Categories will follow soon. Check this article from MakeUseOf.com
If you don’t use Bing, you may want to reconsider.
A while ago, we compared Bing Images vs. Google Images as well as Bing Search vs. Google Search. Back then we declared Google as the winner but the past few years have seen gradual improvements to Bing, making it an actual contender as a search engine. But here’s the kicker: Bing pays you to search. Get some tips on this article from MakeUseOf.com
Ubuntu offers three ways to launch the operating system without hurting Windows. Two of these options require a bootable Ubuntu CD or flash drive, so I’ll first discuss how to set up those devices. Get some tips on this article from PCWorld.com
Between the release of the PC-friendly spring update for Windows 8.1 and the newfound introduction of universal “buy once, play anywhere” Windows apps, Microsoft is doing all it can to spur the One Microsoft vision while, well, letting a PC be a PC and a tablet be a tablet. But, sadly, the most anticipated improvements have yet to arrive. Check this article from PCWorld.com
Mailbox is one of the more popular ways for users to keep track of their never-ending inbox on iOS, aside from Apple’s default mail client, of course. The popular email application has just received a new update that has some really useful features like Dropbox sync and an auto-swipe feature that actually learns the patterns of a user and makes mundane tasks automatic. Check this article from MakeUseOf.com
Windows 8 and 8.1 PCs no longer have a Certificate of Authenticity (CoA) sticker with their product key printed on it. This helps prevent theft — people can’t just glance at a sticker on your laptop to get your Windows product key. On the other hand, you can’t simply look at a sticker on your Windows PC when you reinstall the operating system. You’ll have to find the 25-digit product key elsewhere. Check this article from MakeUseOf.com