linkedin app update

LinkedIn has finally launched its rebuilt mobile app for Android and iOS. It promises a faster, more streamlined experience of the professional networking site. The app has reportedly been rebuilt from scratch to provide a user interface more in line with other social apps such as Facebook.

The new app now acts as an 'app launcher' for dedicated experiences like Pulse, Groups and JobSearch. You’ll now have five main areas within the app – Your Feed, Me, My Network, Messaging and Search.

chrome datasaverGoogle has updated the Chrome browser for Android with an improved Data Saver mode to reduce data consumption and improve loading times of webpages on slow networks.

Surfing the web using a cellular network in developing countries can often be an expensive affair due to the high cost of data connections and download caps. Now, Google is aiming to reduce some of the consumed data with the latest version of Chrome on Android with its enhanced Data Saver mode.

 microsoft powerapps

Microsoft has announced its latest application development solution for businesses, to easily create and share apps for iOS, Android and Windows, in an easy-to-use ‘Office-like’ suite. Microsoft PowerApps has been designed for the business market, and speeds up application creation and distribution via a range of specialist tools.

Microsoft PowerApps allows businesses to integrate existing services and systems into applications, without the need for highly-skilled programmers. Multiple cloud and in-house data sources can be integrated with apps created using the service, taking advantage of dispersed company data. This can streamline data from multiple systems, into a single PowerApp solution.

windows10 story

Windows 10 is set to become the most widely installed version of Windows to date. According to tech research company Gartner 50 percent of organizations will have started Windows 10 deployments by January 2017.

googleplus

Back in March of this year, Google spun off its Google+ services Hangouts, Photos, and Streams, after receiving lackluster usage of the social networking site. However, it seems the search giant isn't giving up anytime soon on the project. It has actually recently revamped the website, in an announcement today on its blog.