Saturday, January 31, 2015

Two new web browsers will soon enter the market, but do they have a chance?

One is called Project Spartan, made by Microsoft and is based on a new version of the Trident engine, used by Internet Explorer. The other is called Vivaldi, made by a company founded by Opera co-founder John von Tetzchner and is based on Chromium, using Google’s Blink engine.

Saturday, January 24, 2015

Hands-on with Windows 10 technical preview

Sooner than expected, Microsoft released a new build of Windows 10 technical preview for Windows Insiders. I waited for the consumer preview, because that version is much closer to the final version that will be released soon. Not everything Microsoft announced at Wednesday’s event will be present in this update, such as Project Spartan, the new web browser.

Friday, January 16, 2015

What’s wrong with The New York Times homepage

I believe in love at first sight. I’m talking about websites by the way. The first impression you have when you visit a website is really important, at least to me. If I don’t like the way a website looks, I probably don’t visit it frequently. The design is important, but the layout perhaps even more so. If I don’t like it, I might be gone within ten seconds.

Thursday, January 15, 2015

Why Google won’t fix that Android bug

So, there is a bug in Android that affects 60% of Android phones and Google won’t fix it. Why? Short answer: because they can’t.

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

A car that teaches itself how to drive

I'm not really into cars and I don't know why. I love racing games and watching F1, but I have no idea how a car works. Now that cars are getting smarter, that might just change. Mercedes unveiled their beautiful concept car, that doesn't require a driver to get from one place to another at this year's Consumer Electronics Show. It's the most interesting car I've ever seen.