16-inch MacBook Pro Teardown Gives Us A Closer Look At The ‘New’ Magic Keyboard

Several years ago when Apple first introduced their new MacBook laptop, they also introduced a new keyboard design which used butterfly switches. The idea was that this would create a thinner keyboard profile which in turn would allow Apple to slim down its laptop even further, a mantra the company had been pursuing for a while now.


New Mass Effect Game Reportedly In The Very Early Stages Of Development

When it comes to RPGs, Mass Effect is one of the more popular franchises in recent years. However, when the original trilogy ended and EA released Mass Effect: Andromeda, it kind of fell flat which led to the publisher eventually putting the series on hold while they focused on other franchises.


Apple’s 16-inch MacBook Pros Will Support Up To Two 6K External Displays

With the launch of the 16-inch MacBook Pro, it represents Apple’s biggest and most powerful laptop to date. While a laptop is clearly designed to be used on the go, we imagine that there are some who plan to use it while at home or at the office as well, and as such, will probably connect it to external monitors.


Facebook Is Testing An Instagram-Like Feature For Its Platform

While Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram are very different platforms from each other, over the years, we’ve seen how Facebook has attempted to try and introduce similar features to each of its products. For example, Stories is one of those features where we’ve seen it applied across all three apps.


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Spotify Testing Real-Time Lyrics Synced To Your Music

One of the features of Apple Music is that it comes with real-time music syncing. What this means is that as the song progresses, the lyrics will scroll throughout the song and highlights the part that is being sung. This is useful if you’re looking to sing along to the song that is currently playing.


iPhone 11 Pro VS $20,000 Leica, Can You Tell The Difference?

A few weeks ago, a video surfaced in which it compared Apple’s new iPhone 11 Pro against a $7,500 Canon professional camera. It was quite a tricky test which only meant that it was in the iPhone’s favor, as if you can’t tell the difference that clearly, then obviously Apple is doing a killer job with the camera on its iPhone.


Microsoft’s xCloud Streaming Service Adds 50 New Games

Microsoft sent out invites to test their Project xCloud streaming service last month. In just over a month, it has made a huge announcement.The xCloud streaming service, which is still in the preview phase is expected to launch in 2020, as confirmed by Microsoft at XO19 (Xbox-focused event).In the event that took place in London, Microsoft also revealed its plan to launch more games on the platform.At least, 50 new […]


Ford’s All Electric Mustang Mach-E Details Leaked Ahead Of Launch

Ford’s much-awaited all-electric Mustang crossover finally unveiled the name “Mustang Mach-E”.Even though the full reveal is scheduled on November 17 L.A. auto show, it looks like we already have a lot of details for the car ahead of the official launch.Jalopnik spotted the webpage for Ford’s All-Electric Mustang Mach-E through the Mach-E forum.Of course, the webpage was supposed to go live after the full reveal but it seems like someone […]


You May Want To Think Twice Before Using Public USB Charging Stations

If you travel a lot, you might have come across many public USB charging stations.However, next time, you should avoid using the public charging stations – said the Los Angeles District Attorney in a security alert published last week.If an official points it out as a warning, you may want to think twice before plugging in your phone in a USB charging station.Shockingly, it may contain dangerous malware. It is […]


Top 10 Women in Edge Call For Entry – Deadline to Apply Nov 15th Editor's Pick

The State of the Edge and Edge Computing World are sponsoring the first annual Edge Woman of the Year Award, presented to outstanding female and non-binary professionals in edge computing for outstanding performance in their roles elevating Edge. This program highlights the growing importance of the contributions and accomplishments of women in this innovative industry. Nominate a colleague (or yourself), if she is playing a role that is impacting the […]


How To Turn Off Data Roaming On iPhone

Data roaming can result in a huge bill shock if you’re not prepared for it, so check out our guide if you’d like to turn off data roaming on your iPhone and to check if it has already been disabled.


How To Customize The iPhone’s Control Center

Control Center on the iPhone is a convenient place to access certain toggles and features, and here’s how you can customize it to suit your needs.


Google Search Will Now Teach You How To Pronounce New Words

Have you ever wondered how to pronounce a word? On Google Search, users can already search for the definition of words which also comes with an audio feature that will pronounce the word for you. However, how do you know that if you’re saying it right? In an update to Google Search, Google will help you learn the pronunciation of words you don’t know.


Apple Services Subscription Bundle Expected In 2020

For a while now, we have been hearing that Apple could be planning some kind of subscription bundle where it would consist of various Apple services all bundled into a single subscription, making it easier and potentially cheaper for customers to subscribe to multiple Apple services all at once.


Some Developers Are Worried That Google Could One Day Kill Stadia

Over the years, Google has launched many products and services. Some have gone on to become staples in our everyday lives, such as Google Search and Gmail, while others have fallen by the wayside. This is normal since it doesn’t make sense for any company to continue investing time and resources into a product or service that simply isn’t profitable.


Logitech’s Circle 2 Security Camera Now Supports Apple’s HomeKit Secure Video

These days there is a growing number of smart home security cameras available in the market, and for the most part, their selling point is that the videos that their devices capture can be retrieved from the cloud, meaning that users won’t need to worry about storing videos locally and finding a way to store them.


Instagram To Test Hiding Liking Counts On A Global Scale

If there is a reason why people do silly things on social media it is because of the “likes”, which in a way validates what they have done. However, as you might have heard, Instagram had previously started to toy around the idea of hiding likes on its platform, where it basically hid the number of likes a post got.


Google Isn’t Waiting For Carriers, Rolls Out RCS Support For Android Uses In The US

For a while now, Google has been trying to get RCS off the ground, and it wasn’t too long ago that US carriers announced that they would finally be adopting it. However, it seems that Google has decided that they will not be waiting for US carriers to roll out support for it. Instead, the company has decided to enable support for RCS on Android devices in the US.


How To Change The Default Browser On Windows 10

Not a fan of using Edge as your default browser on Windows 10? Here’s how you can change the default browser on your Windows computer.


How To Make Your Number Private When Texting?

You might be wondering if this is possible – but yes, you can choose to keep your number private when texting. However, you need to be aware of a couple of things before you jump into what we suggest here.


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