Disney Plus Password Sharing Is Allowed…For Now

Password sharing is when users of a service share a single account. This is usually frowned upon and is typically not allowed under the terms of service agreement, but people do it anyway because it saves them from having multiple subscriptions. We’ve seen some companies attempt to clamp down on this behavior, but Disney seems to be OK with it, for now.


US Federal Court Rules That Suspicionless Phone Searches At The Border Is Illegal

As some of you might have heard, it seems that people wanting to get a visa to the US will need to hand over social media information. In some cases, some visitors to the US have even had their phones and electronic devices searched at the border, which some believe is a violation of a person’s privacy.


Facebook For iOS Secretly Uses The iPhone’s Camera While You’re Using The App

There has been a longstanding conspiracy theory that suggests that Facebook is somehow listening and spying on its users through the microphone and/or camera of the smartphone that it is installed on. After all, how would one otherwise explain how uncannily accurate the ads are, especially since we just talked about it with our friends, right?


SpaceX Finally Launched 60 Starlink Satellites For High-Speed Internet Access

Elon Musk’s Starlink project is going up a notch after its recent launch of 60 satellites into orbit.Even though the scientists are concerned about the increase in the number of satellites as a threat to astronomy, it is still big progress for the high-speed Internet service.The launch took place on Monday from a launchpad in Cape Canaveral, Florida. They were loaded onto a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket.After the lift-off, at […]


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CastAway Phone Case Adds A Second Screen To Smartphones

Of course, it is interesting to see a second screen on your smartphone. Just like Microsoft’s Surface Duo and LG’s G8x ThinQ.You can get the LG device (available for purchase) – however, the surface Duo is yet to be launched next year.Even though you have the option to get a full-fledged smartphone with a second screen, what if you can easily add another screen to your existing iOS or Android […]


Lenovo ThinkPad T490 Review Editor's Pick

Introduced earlier this year, the Lenovo ThinkPad T490 is a “do it all” business laptop that has a wide gamut of possible configurations, making it simple to deploy to various roles, from office workers to developer or even creative staff.


BioShock 3 Could Be Announced Soon

The last time we saw a new BioShock game, it was in 2013 when 2K Games launched BioShock Infinite. The title was not a direct sequel to BioShock 2, despite it existing in the same universe and offering up a similar playstyle. However, the good news is that if you’re looking forward to a direct sequel to BioShock 2, you could be in luck.


Google Stadia Launch Day Titles Revealed

Google Stadia will be launching on the 19th of November, and as expected, there will be a bunch of games that will be available to play at launch. If you’re wondering what games will be available, it seems that there will be at least 12 titles that will be playable when Stadia eventually goes live.


Apple Watch Series 6 Could Offer Up Improved Water Resistance

When the Apple Watch Series 2 was first released, it introduced water-resistance to the smartwatch, allowing users to take it with them to swim. However, according to a report from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, he believes that Apple could expand on the water-resistance feature of the Apple Watch in next year’s model.


Controller Support For Call of Duty: Mobile Coming Soon

Games such as Call of Duty definitely benefit from being played with physical controllers. Whether you’re a believer in using gamepads or using a keyboard and mouse combination, we’re sure that most of us can agree that using a physical controller is miles better than using on-screen controls.


Chrome Will Soon Start Pointing Out Websites That Load Slowly

There are a lot of things to consider when building a website. It’s not always about having the best design or even about having the best content, because other factors are also taken into consideration where things like loading time matters too. This is because if you have an amazing design and fantastic content, but your website takes too long to load, people might simply give up and go somewhere […]


Apple’s 2020 iPad Pros Could Come With 3D Sensors

We know that Apple has been dabbling in the realm of augmented reality for a while now. In fact, in the next few years, if the rumors are true, the company could actually be planning on launching an AR/VR headset with a pair of lightweight AR glasses coming in 2023. However, it seems that we could get a taste of what’s to come in 2020.


Apple’s AR Headset Might Have Been ‘Delayed’ To 2021 Or 2022

We have been hearing for a long time now that Apple is working on an augmented reality (AR) headset. When exactly that device will launch is up for debate, although recently we have heard that Apple could be close where it could launch in 2020. This is according to notable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo who has in the past proven to be very accurate with his predictions.


Google Wants To Take Its Search And Apply It To Patient Records

While Google might be known for many different products and services these days, like Android, YouTube, Gmail, and so on, what made the company so popular and is still widely used today would be its search engine. It has evolved over the years to become even better and smarter than before.


Apple Could Announce 16-inch MacBook Pro This Week

The rumors that Apple has a 16-inch MacBook Pro in the works has been floating about for a while now. It was originally said that the laptop could be announced in October, but that clearly did not happen. However, it seems that we could be close to seeing the laptop being officially announced.


Microsoft Develops AI That Can Detect Cervical Cancer A Lot Faster Than Humans

AI has been steadily finding its way into our healthcare industry, where due to its speed and ability to spot things that a human might not, it has been used for diagnosis where it can potentially spot health problems way before they happen or become too serious for it to be treated.


Researchers Create A Battery Better At Storing Renewable Energy

Due to the fact that renewable energy sources aren’t always consistent or available (like the sun or the wind), it means that in order to make full use of them, we need to capture the energy they generate and store it in batteries. These batteries are known as flow batteries where the energy capture is stored in a tank of liquid electrolyte.


macOS Flaw Reveals Portions Of Encrypted Emails

The whole point of encryption is to ensure privacy, where even if messages or emails are intercepted halfway, as long as the attacker does not have the decryption key, they still will not be able to read it. However, an armor is only as strong as its weakest link, and it has been recently found out that macOS has a flaw which reveals portions of emails that are supposed to […]


Tencent Could Start Making Games With Nintendo Characters

We have seen Tencent making a lot of games (especially for the mobile platform). You must be aware of games like PUBG.Now, it looks like it might be making plans to target the US audience with some games involving Nintendo characters for consoles.This is not an official announcement – however, the Wall Street Journal reports otherwise.As per the report, Tencent might be looking to leverage its partnership with Japan’s Nintendo […]


YouTube May Delete Your Channel If You Don’t Make Enough Money

The title of this news might sound misleading but that is how YouTube’s new terms of service appear to be.With its latest update to the terms and conditions, it has got all the content creators confused with something specific.Under the section for “Account Suspension & Termination“, a controversial statement has been added:“YouTube may terminate your access, or your Google account’s access to all or part of the Service if YouTube […]


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