Google Promises To Update Chrome OS Once A Month
If you’re a Chrome OS user, there might be some good news for you. This is because Google has recently announced that they will soon start to update its Chrome OS at least once every month, meaning that users can look forward to things like bug fixes, security patches, potential new features, and more on a monthly basis.

iCloud Mail For The Web Gets A More Modern Makeover
Email services like Gmail and Yahoo are pretty popular and already have their own web interfaces. However, if you do use iCloud Mail and feel that its UI could stand to be improved upon, you’re in luck. This is because according to reports, Apple has started to test out a brand new interface iCloud Mail on the web.

Adobe To Remove Photoshop Mix, Photoshop Fix From App Store June 21
In case you weren’t aware, in addition to the main versions of Adobe Photoshop that’s available on the App Store, Adobe had previously released apps such as Photoshop Mix and Photoshop Fix, but it seems that the company has since announced that both apps will be retired and removed from the App Store come 21st of June, 2021.

Microsoft Could Kill Off Windows 10 In 2025
Windows 10 was first released in 2015 which means that it is 6 years old now, and it also seems that it has about 4 years left in it. This is according to Microsoft’s Windows 10 Home and Pro Lifecycle Policy page in which it states that Microsoft will continue to support at least one Windows 10 Semi-Annual Channel until 2025.


Razer Launches New Opus X Noise-Canceling Headphones
Razer’s products are generally catered towards gamers, but in case you aren’t a fan of the loud blinking RGB lights and the edgy look that usually accompanies gaming hardware, then you might be interested to learn that Razer has since announced a new set of headphones in the form of the Opus X.

Huawei Says More Than 4 Million Developers Have Signed On For HarmonyOS
The key to any smartphone platform is its ecosystem of apps. This is because without these apps, what good is your hardware if there is no software that can take advantage of it, right? This is the problem with BlackBerry and Microsoft’s Windows Phones back in the day, where there was nothing wrong with the hardware, it’s just that there was a lack of developer support compared to iOS and […]

Lawmakers Introduce New Antitrust Act That Could Force Apple To Sell The App Store
For years, developers and other companies have complained about the 30% cut that companies, namely Apple, take from the sale of apps and in-app purchases. However, it seems that it is the trial with Epic that the issue was thrust into the spotlight once again, except that this time it has spurred lawmakers to take action.

This Is What Apple’s Upcoming iPad Mini Could Look Like
Apple has been kind of neglecting its iPad mini. The tablet has received upgrades to its hardware over time, but it hasn’t been particularly exciting, at least not iPad Pro level kind of exciting. However, if the rumors are to be believed, that could change with the next-gen iPad mini.

Latest Chrome Update Will Patch A Zero-Day Vulnerability
As much as updates are welcome as they bring about bug fixes and new features, sometimes an update can also be a negative thing as it leaves a software exposed to hackers and other security issues. Such is the case with Chrome 91 where a new patch has been issued that will deal with zero-day vulnerability.

How To Show File Extensions In Windows 10
If you’re trying to figure out what file type a certain file is, looking at its extension can be helpful, but with Windows, Microsoft hides the extensions so here’s how you can turn it back on.

How To Stop iPhone Apps From Tracking You
It probably goes without saying that without apps, our smartphones wouldn’t be what they are today. However, the problem with a lot of free apps these days is that in order to make money, they rely on targeted advertising which is created using data collected from you. This can feel like a huge invasion of privacy for some.The good news is that if you own an iPhone that’s been updated […]

Seagate Launches Limited Edition Cyberpunk 2077 SSD
Components like hard drives and SSDs are placed within our computers, so you don’t always get to look at it, or rather why would you? However, a lot of chassis makers these days are creating PC cases with windows to help highlight the build, which is why not only does the component need to be good internally, but it has to look good externally.

iCloud+ Will Let iCloud Mail Users Personalize Email Domain Names
If you use a free email service like Gmail or Yahoo or even Apple’s iCloud, the only personalization you get is the front of the email, but otherwise at the back it will be the same as everyone else. However, it seems that if you’re going to be an iCloud+ subscriber, Apple will actually allow you to personalize your email domain name.

Google Has Decided To Stop Messing About With Chrome’s URL Bar
Back in 2020, Google decided that they would stop showing the full website address inside the URL bar in Chrome. This means that instead of showing the full website address including the page name or folder name, you would only see the main name, like “” instead of “”.

Android 12 Beta Is The Most Downloaded Beta In Android History
As many of you have heard by now, not too long ago Google released the beta for Android 12 where for those who might be interested, it is available for download, although maybe not to be used as your daily driver. We know that some people love to join betas to get an early look at what’s to come, but it seems that Android 12 has piqued the interest of […]

OnePlus Nord CE 5G Launched With An Affordable Price Tag
OnePlus started out as a company releasing budget phones, but over the years as they started wading into more flagship territory, their prices started to rise as well. If you don’t necessarily need to have the latest and greatest smartphone, then you might be interested to learn that OnePlus is revisiting its budget roots with the recently announced OnePlus Nord CE 5G.

Google Could Be Building Its Own Dedicated Password Manager
There are several password managers in existence right now, but it seems that Google could be looking to build its own. This is according to the sighting of a newly added Chrome flag that suggests that Google could be looking to develop a unified password manager for Chrome based on Google Mobile Services.

Pirated Software Helped An Unknown Malware Infect 3.2 Million PCs
hackThere are many reasons not to download pirated software, with the most obvious being that it’s illegal and you’re essentially “stealing”. The second reason is that because you can’t always trust the source of pirated software, it could lead to bad situations like this, where recently a report from NordLocker revealed how an unknown malware flew under the radar for two years, infecting 3.2 million PCs in the process.

Teen Developer Recreates iOS 4 As A Standalone App
Way back in the day when the iPhone was first launched, it felt almost revolutionary, but taking a look back at the old UI, it’s kind of cringey to see how outdated it looks by today’s standards. However, we imagine that there are probably some who might be fans of the old skeuomorphic design.

IATA Travel Pass App Will Help You Prove That You’ve Been Vaccinated
As the world is slowly getting vaccinated, there is now the question of whether it would be safe to travel, and if people still need to quarantine upon arrival. The good news is that if you’ve been vaccinated, you will be able to show proof of it and might be able to skip the whole quarantine situation.

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