Google unveiled the Android O beta preview a few months ago, but it was only available to developers. Starting today, it’s available to anybody. To get the beta, just got to android.com/beta and log in with your Google account. The next page will show you what devices are available.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y2VF8tmLFHw Google I/O 5/17/2017 10 AM PST
Microsoft announced a new version of Windows 10 on Tuesday that is built specifically for use in schools. Windows 10 S is a slimmed down version of the popular operating system that narrows down what can be loaded onto the laptops by restricting users to only approved apps from the Windows Store. Should an educator need to load an app not from the store, they will have the option to do so as an administrator.
Ordering your Starbucks drink is easier than ever. Today, Starbucks announced the roll-out of its “on command” My Starbucks barista software. It’s included in a new update that lets you…