2015 is going to be a good year for game lovers. With so many fun games lined up for release, gamers can expect to be pleasantly surprised. Many game developers are planning to release new games in 2015.
Sony is back with a bunch of new and exciting game previews for PlayStation Plus users. These games look very interesting. With a lot of new games for the users to try, Sony is trying to get the attention of the gaming world with these previews.
A dragonfly, a new venture is all set up to dominate the future with its revolutionary software-based cloud data center, and foresees a boom in the industry in the next decade.
Finally, Mozilla Firefox web browser is offered in the 64-bit version for Windows. This is really happy news for all Mozilla Firefox users. With this, Mozilla now joins the likes of Opera, Internet Explorer and Google Chrome to offer 64 bit variants.
Project Spartan is the new web browser featured in Windows 10. With the latest preview of this operating system, people will get to see the early development of this software. Project Spartan looks very exciting and sleek. Windows 10 has a new release of 'build 10049'.
Your file sharing will soon get an added security as Google is looking to update its security settings for Google Drive for Work. The sharing of the corporate files will now be under better control of the IT administrators.
Modular approach has been on the minds of the Java Community since Java 8. With its ninth version, Java finally gets this new approach. It ensures a new and more powerful way of making software and running it securely on all the systems. Modular Java is very promising and stable.
AMD and Nvidia are known to have dabbled in optimizing the settings of PC games so that the games match the hardware that they are run on. Intel and Raptr are also jumping onto this bandwagon.
Technology is always changing every year. In 2015, there are some promising trends in the field of technology. With social networking, applications and wearable technology evolving into a bigger platform, there are many interesting developments taking place.
Windows 10 Technical Preview won't get any new build until January 2015, but this doesn't necessarily mean that Microsoft stopped fixing bugs and performance issues in the existing builds.
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