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Apple Reportedly Pushing macOS High Sierra Onto Users

11/16/2017, As much as companies would love to have customers use their latest product, sometimes due to the changes introduced in new products, some customers would rather not upgrade. However it seems that Apple isn’t taking into consideration a user’s...

Report Claims Android Is The Most Targeted By Malware

11/16/2017, Malware, viruses, hacks; those are security issues that aren’t exactly new, but unfortunately it seems that some platforms are more affected than most. According to Nokia’s latest Threat Intelligence Report, it seems that they have discovered that...

Magician Performs Magic Trick Using An iPad

11/15/2017, Magic tricks involving cards and coins aren’t new and have been around for ages and are still performed and enjoyed by many today. However with technology such as smartphones and tablets coming into the picture, they do present themselves as an...

2018’s iPad Pro Rumored To Feature Octa-Core A11X Bionic Processor

11/15/2017, For the most part, Apple’s iPads have largely kept the same form factor for several generations now, save for the 10.5-inch iPad Pro which was launched earlier this year with slight design changes where its bezels were slightly thinner, but otherwise it...

Microsoft Wallet Rebranded To Microsoft Pay In Windows 10

11/15/2017, Microsoft has decided to rebrand the payments framework that’s built into Windows 10. You might have heard of a little something called Microsoft Wallet. The framework was also known on the Windows Phone as Microsoft Wallet initially. It’s no...

American Eagle’s New Store Has iPads In Every Dressing Room

11/14/2017, While online shopping is no doubt more convenient, it can be a bit of a hit and miss when it comes to clothes, as sometimes what’s advertised on a website might be different in cutting or fit when it arrives, then customers will have to deal with...

Firefox Releases Its Fastest Version Yet

11/14/2017, Mozilla has been working on a new version of its Firefox browser which it claims is twice as fast as the original Firefox from six months back. The company today released Firefox Quantum out of beta. Not only are there speed improvements, but the browser...

Google Assistant For Tablets Could Be Coming Soon

11/13/2017, When Google Assistant was first introduced, it was assumed that just like other Android features, it would be available for all Android devices. However it seemed that Google was attempting to do something different with its Pixel phones and made Google...

Lenovo Announces The Moto Tab, Arrives On AT&T November 17

11/13/2017, A few years ago it would have been pretty common to see various Android manufacturers launch new tablets, but fast forward to today with tablet shipments on the decline, we’re not surprised that many of those OEMs have opted to stick with just...

iOS 11.2 Will Explain Control Center’s WiFi/Bluetooth Toggles

11/13/2017, In previous iterations of iOS, whenever the user brought up Control Center and toggled WiFi or Bluetooth on/off, it did exactly that. It turned on/off WiFi and Bluetooth. However with iOS 11, Apple tried to be “smart” about it by only temporarily...

New iPhone X App Lets You Remove Its Notch

11/13/2017, Many iPhone fans are not happy about that notch in the iPhone X display. It’s a necessary evil for Apple as the notch houses all of the important components required for the Face ID facial recognition technology. If you don’t like it at all and...

iOS 11.1.1 Update Released, Fixes Autocorrect Bug

11/09/2017, Recently it was reported that iOS 11.1 users were experiencing a rather strange autocorrect bug, where typing the letter “i” will see it autocorrect to “A[?]”. It is a strange bug and it is unclear how it even happened, but the good news is that...