More than 200,000,000 people still use Windows XP, despite Microsoft ending support for the operating system last year. But for those running newer versions of Windows, KYW tech editor Ian Bush reports the company is pushing a reminder to your screen of a free upgrade.
Chris discussed Hillary Clinton coming to Philadelphia to campaign for Tom Wolf, Chris Christie campaigning for Tom Corbett, and the death of former Saturday Night Live star Jan Hooks. He talked to Chris Butler on Finance Friday at 7:00 and Ray Didinger at 8:00.
Windows 8 has won fewer fans than Microsoft hoped, when it designed the operating system to push people away from using a mouse with their PCs. Now, with its next version expected out in a year or so, the company is rethinking things.
When the Philadelphia Eagles take the field for their first preseason contest against the Bears tonight, there will be something new on the sidelines.
Microsoft says a ruling from a federal judge could open the door to your email, if foreign governments come knocking.
Why does Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Amazon and other tech giants care what mean things were said about an ex-Bengals cheerleader? It could cost them.
STEM is one of the buzziest acronyms in education, but there’s a lot to all the talk about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. A new study finds some critical shortfalls in the Philadelphia area, but also points to some solutions.
It’s long overdue, it faces some stiff competition — namely, from Apple’s iWork productivity suite, which is free for most users.
On April 8th, a month from today, Microsoft will pull the plug on Windows XP. The millions of computers still running the operating system won’t stop working, but they’ll face a big new security risk.
KYW Newsradio social media editor Melony Roy reports daily on what’s trending around the region and the world.
The Xbox Music app lets subscribers take their music on the go.
A lot of people are hoping for a new video game system under the tree this year, with a couple shiny new consoles to choose from. The PlayStation 4 is out on Friday, and the Xbox One ships next week.
Microsoft’s second-generation Surface and other Windows-based devices will be in stores, and Apple is refreshing its iPad line.
The New York Times gets more visitors than any other newspaper website in the country, but for a couple hours, Wednesday they got a blank page when clicking on nytimes.com, or using the mobile apps.
According to CNET, Microsoft is creating a special edition of Bing specifically for grade-school students.