The second developer betas for iOS 15, iPadOS 15 and watchOS 8 have arrived for developers, but whether there will be a third or even fourth developer beta before the public betas arrive in July is yet to be seen.
Apple's iOS and iPadOS 15, macOS 12 Monterey, watchOS 8 and more are never more connected, secure and private, easier, more powerful and intelligent, with offline Siri, flexible notifications and ways to stay focused, more advanced home automation, app creation on iPad, Xcode Cloud, iCloud+, sharing virtually any content in real-time on Messages and so much more.
The Nokia X20 will be part of the Android 12 beta developer program from Q3 2021.
OPPO and vivo, both smartphone brands from the Chinese behemoth B.B.K. Electronics, have wasted no time in releasing betas of Android 12, Google's mobile operating system that was announced at the search company's annual I/O event held on 18 May.
Social media platform Clubhouse announced its app for Android will start rolling out in beta, now available to Android users in the US, and it will soon to be available to those in Australia and other markets in the days following this week.
If you have a spare iPhone, iPad, Mac or Apple TV, and are keen to not only test out Apple's new iOS 13, iPadOS, MacOS Catalina and tvOS 13 betas, then go for it, but wait before you install on your primary devices.
iOS keeps getting better and better, forcing Android into eternal catch-up mode, and with Apple launching fantastic and wonderfully upgraded new features we'll all soon be enjoying.
Artificial intelligence provider Soapbox.ai has appointed 30-year ICT industry veteran Neil McKinnon as chief product officer.
TripAdvisor is set to introduce "Social-Assisted Travel", enabling members to get "relevant recommendations and inspiration to be the one travel site to plan 'your' perfect trip, with new social elements from trusted sources and over 500 launch partners".
Unless you want to now start getting beta updates to iOS 12, tvOS 12 and macOS Mojave, it's time to unenrol your devices.
If you've been waiting for Apple to release the first public beta of iOS 12 for iPhones, iPads and the iPod touch, and you've been curious to see the first tvOS 12 beta too, the wait is over.
Analytics platform Tableau's 10th anniversary conference DATA17 is on in Las Vegas this week with 14,000 participants to see a new in-memory data engine called Hyper, Project Maestro, new API and plenty more.
For the first time in many years, I have braved an iOS beta, and with iOS 11, I’m loving it!
It was only yesterday that I wrote of iOS 11’s first public beta arriving this week, and a day later, Apple has delivered.
Promised for “late June”, the highly anticipated first public beta of iOS 11 should arrive this week, and I’ll be installing it – but should you?
The long awaited sequel to the critically acclaimed Mirror’s Edge has just been delayed again, but in the meantime a few of us lucky ones have tasted the game during the closed Mirror’s Edge Catalyst beta test.
Melbourne-based augmented reality company Plattar has raised A$1.1 million through a seed investment round led by News Corp Australia.
Apple’s OS programmers are moving quickly to new versions, with the first betas for all of Apple’s major operating system updates having arrived.
Apple’s iOS for Education initiatives have received a timely boost just ahead of the 2016 new school year, with the first developer beta of iOS 9.3 delivering new education features.
Those brave enough to try a sneak peek of Apple’s latest iOS 9 in a more stable ‘public beta’ than earlier developer betas can now do so.
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