Movie Editor Pro 2016 gets MAGIX update – includes H.265 and 360 cam support

MAGIX has just announced the release of their latest versions of it’s video editing solution, Movie Edit Pro 2016 which is available at three levels and includes many functions only found in more expensive editing and production suites. Movie Edit Pro 2016 boasts a multitude of unique features, ranging from H.265 support and high-quality image […]

Android Marshmallow gets funky new boot animation

Yup, we can stop calling it Android M now. It’s official – the next Android software confection will be Marshmallow. Not only that, Google have swapped up the boot detail. Google has finally unveiled the official name for its new operating system, technically going by Android 6.0, by way of a statue over at Building […]

Captcha goes metal \m/\m/

Anyone that has filled in a form on the interweb will have come across captcha – the squiggle, smudged and sometimes blurred letters and numbers you have to decypher and type in to a box in order for you to proceed. Now, the anti-bot protection system has gone very metal! There’s been memes-aplenty based around […]

Microsoft Hyperlapse now works with older smartphones

You may recall that I was slightly miffed that my HTC One M7 was not compatible with Microsoft Hyperlapse, that has changed. Typically, now that I am rocking a shiny new HTC One M9, the Hyperlapse video smoothing app has been updated and is capable of supporting older devices that were previously unable loaded with […]

iOS 8.4 and Apple Music lands tomorrow

Apple Music is launching tomorrow and now Apple has confirmed that they will also be releasing iOS 8.4 tomorrow. As well as releasing iOS 8.4 for Apple Music, the company also confirmed that it will be releasing a new version of iOS 9 Beta for developers that will enable their new music streaming service. Apple […]

Android M to bring fingerprint scanning

It looks as though Google is aiming to take on Apple’s Touch ID with their own kick-ass digit scanner. Google OS’s security credentials could be getting a hefty boost thanks to the introduction of a standardised fingerprint scanning system. According to rumours surrounding Android M it appears that a native fingerprint authentication system is likely […]