Apple has deposed a patent (USPTO link) that describes how the company’s devices could use the fingerprint information of thieves, to catch them. Called “Biometric capture for unauthorized user identification,” the patent describes how an unrecognized user’s biometric information (fingerprint) could be stored locally, or on the cloud, to be utilized at a later time for identification. A couple of years ago, it was recognized that iPhones were the most targeted by UK thieves. Read full post →Apple Patent To Catch iPhone Thieves With TouchID Fingerprint Reader

Learning to read partitions is a basic skill that is key to anyone who wants to seriously get into music composition and interpretation. There are somewhat tedious “old school” ways to do it on paper, but now there are also apps that will help you hone this skill efficiently.

In this article, we will take a look at best of the apps to learn how to read music on Android. Read full post →Learn To Read Music on Android: Best Apps

Yet another issue has been reported with Windows 10 Anniversary Update. We have previously reported that some users experienced their machines freezing up while quite a lot of users found that the update broke their webcams. As Microsoft works to address those issues, latest reports reveal that plugging in an Amazon Kindle might cause a PC running Windows 10 Anniversary Update to crash.
Read full post →Plugging In A Kindle May Crash Windows 10 Anniversary Update PCs

There are countless advantages of working on a laptop, portability being one of them, but there’s one issue that exists with just about every computer. You have no expectation of privacy if someone can just walk up right behind you and take a look at the screen. It’s another matter if you have your back to the wall and know that nobody can creep up on you, otherwise preventing over-the-shoulder spying is pretty much impossible. HP has created a new kind of display which prevents people from spying on you.
Read full post →HP Has Made A Laptop Screen That Protects You Against Spying

Bad news for The Division players. Ubisoft has announced that it has delayed upcoming downloadable expansions for this game. The second expansion for this game – titled Survival – has now been delayed to a “later date this year,” and this has impacted the third planned DLC as well. Last Stand is now going to be released in early 2017.
Read full post →Ubisoft Delays The Division DLC

There is some good news for Xbox One owners who have been meaning to get their hands on one of the best racing games made for this console. Turn 10 Studios’ racing simulator Forza Motorsport 6 is free to play until Sunday, August 28th. Players will be able to get the entire Forza Motorsport 6 experience without having to purchase the game. However, there’s a little caveat.
Read full post →Forza Motorsport 6 Free To Play Until August 28th

Google today announced that it’s making one of its most lucrative products more fun. Search is Google’s bread and butter, and it would not be wrong to say that search has made Google into the behemoth that it is today. The company has announced that it has added a couple of cool games to search. You can now play solitaire and tic-tac-toe in it.
Read full post →Google Adds A Couple Of Cool Games To Search

Battlefield 1 is one of the most highly anticipated games of this year. It’s not uncommon for major games to get paid expansions these days so it was not surprising when the Battlefield 1 Premium Pass was announced. It’s basically a season pass that will get you four paid DLCs at a discount. It will cost you more if you buy each paid DLC individually so the best option is to go with the Premium Pass if you plan on purchasing all of the paid DLC that will be released for this game over time.
Read full post →Buy Battlefield 1 Premium Pass To Get Four DLC Expansions

Google has gradually been expanding its Fiber gigabit internet service in more cities across the United States. A few months ago it announced that Salt Lake City will be the next location in which the service will go live and that has happened today. Google Fiber has gone live in Salt Lake City starting today.
Read full post →Google Fiber Has Gone Live In Salt Lake City

You can never be too sure these days when it comes to online security. Two-factor authentication is a great way to ensure that the risk of your account being compromised is reduced. Since most PlayStation Network members do have their credit cards on file the risk is significant should their account be compromised. Sony has finally enabled two-factor authentication for PlayStation Network accounts.
Read full post →PlayStation Network Accounts Finally Get Two-Factor Authentication