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Desktop banking use falls, as users switch to apps
The use of internet banking on a computer has fallen for the first time, as users switch to mobile apps, according to the banking industry.
[BBC]

Desktop banking use falls, as users switch to apps
The use of internet banking on a computer has fallen for the first time, as users switch to mobile apps, according to the banking industry.
[BBC News]

Continuous: C# and F# IDE for the iPad
Continuous gives you the power of a traditional desktop .NET IDE - full C# 6 and F# 4 language support with semantic highlighting and code completion - while also featuring live code execution so you don’t have to wait around for code to compile and run. Continuous works completely offline so (...)
[OSNews]

Australian Small Business Accounting Software Stands Up to Major Competitors with the release of Version 10 of their PC software
Cashflow Manager today announced the release of Version 10, an all-new version of the desktop bookkeeping program, which significantly improves the efficiency and accounting experience for small business owners and accountants alike. It also keeps small businesses compliant with the Australian (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

Take that, FBI: Apple goes all in on encryption
Apple’s newest encryption tool better secures files on all its devices, just the latest in a move to widespread encryption in the tech industry Apple revealed a slew of new software features for iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and desktop computers on Monday – yet omitted an important new technology (...)
[The Guardian]

Maru OS exits private beta
Maru OS is a platform that lets you run both Google Android and Debian Linux on a smartphone. Use your device as a phone, and it'll act like any other Android phone. Connect an external display, mouse, and keyboard and you've got a full-fledged Debian Linux desktop environment. It's available (...)
[OSNews]

iOS 10 brings bigger emojis, better Siri and facial recognition to iPhone
Apple launch new version of iPad and iPhone operating system, including redesigned Apple Music, internet of things Home app, and new Apple Watch OSApple WWDC keynote: key points at a glance MacOS Sierra: Apple launches new desktop OS with Siri built-in The next version of Apple’s software for (...)
[The Guardian]

WWDC 2016: key points at a glance from Apple's conference
Apple has overhauled Photos, Music and Messages on iOS and unveiled macOS Sierra at its Worldwide Developers Conference keynoteMacOS Sierra: Apple launch new desktop OS with Siri built in iOS 10: bigger emojis, better Siri and facial recognition coming to your iPhone Apple held a keynote event (...)
[The Guardian]

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