This Colorful Patch Stops AI Cameras From Tracking You

These days security cameras do more than just record video. They are now smart enough where they can actually identify objects and people which can be rather disturbing since it feels like an invasion of privacy. However, if you’d rather not walk around and be identified, there is some good news.

Nikon COOLPIX W150 Kid-Friendly Camera Launched

If you’re looking to introduce your child to the world of photography but don’t want them to ruin your expensive camera, Nikon might have something for you. The company has recently introduced a new camera in the form of the Nikon COOLPIX W150 which is a digital compact camera that is kid-friendly.

Cheaper Nintendo Switch Could Launch By End Of June

According to the rumors, Nintendo could be working on a cheaper version of the Nintendo Switch in the fall of 2019. These rumors have since been “confirmed” by a report from Bloomberg who claims that this cheaper version of the Switch could actually be launched by the end of June 2019.

Apple Prioritizing MacBook Key Repairs With 24-Hour Turnaround

Apple is a company who is known for their attention to detail and also quality in their products, but in the past couple of years, the company has come under fire for the keyboards used in their MacBook lineup. This is due to the butterfly switch design that seems to fail a lot more easily than the previous design.


Google Just Killed Chrome’s Data Saver Extension

For the most part, many of us live in countries where the internet is fast and fairly reliable. This means that websites load in a timely manner, videos can stream with no interruptions, and files can download quickly. However, there are some who don’t enjoy these fast and reliable internet speeds, which means that website optimization is very important.

Samsung Is Now Recalling All Early Review Units Of The Galaxy Fold

As some of you might have heard, Samsung ran into some issues with the early review units of the Galaxy Fold that they sent out to some social media influencers and tech publications. The issue, for those unfamiliar, was that the display was “failing” on some users due to them peeling off the protective layer on the screen, which was initially thought to be just a regular screen protector.

Apple Sued For False Arrest Due To Its Facial Recognition

A $1 billion lawsuit has been filed against Apple by 18 year-old Ousmane Ba in New York who claims that the company’s facial recognition resulted in his false arrest. He says that Apple’s facial recognition technology blamed him wrongly for stealing merchandise from the company’s retail stores.

NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 1660 Ti Will Make Gaming Laptops Cheaper

Many had been wondering if NVIDIA was planning to bring its GTX 1660 Ti GPUs without ray-tracing to laptops. The company has every intention of doing that, it has confirmed. NVIDIA has unveiled the GTX 1660 Ti and GTX 1650 Max-Q GPUs, claiming that they offer up to 50 percent improved gaming performance compared to the previous generation GTX 1060-based gaming laptops and up to four times the performance of […]

How To Factory Reset Windows 10

If you need to factory reset Windows 10 for whatever reasons, don’t let it fool you into thinking it’s daunting process. It’s actually pretty simple and straightforward, and here’s how to do it.

Tesla Plans To Launch Robotaxi Network Next Year

Launching a robotaxi network has long been a part of Tesla’s vision for the future of the automotive industry. CEO Elon Musk said during the company’s Autonomy Day yesterday that the company now expects to launch its first robotaxis as it builds out its autonomous ride-sharing network next year.

Beyonce Fans Can Now Stream ‘Lemonade’ On Apple Music And Spotify

Beyonce’s Lemonade album has been quite the hit but it was not possible for fans to stream it on Apple Music. The album has long been an exclusive to Tidal, the music streaming service co-owned by her and her husband, Jay-Z. However, the album is now making its way to other music streaming services like Apple Music and Spotify.

Pepsi’s New ‘Hydration Platform’ Is Basically A New SodaStream

Pepsi has announced the launch of a new “Hydration Platform” which is essentially a new, connected SodaStream. That’s not going to bother SodaStream given that it’s actually owned by Pepsi now. The drink station will enable users to whip up their own beverages but it won’t be Pepsi that they’ll make. This water dispenser system will let users create their own zero-calorie beverage.

Microsoft Paint Won’t Be Removed From Windows 10

Microsoft Paint has long been around in the many Windows iterations that the company has released over the years. The company had been planning to remove this popular app from Windows 10 which isn’t something that its fans appreciated very much. Microsoft has now decided against it and will not be removing the Paint app from Windows 10.

First ECG Device To Detect Three Heart Arrhythmias Cleared By FDA

Personal ECG devices can only detect just one kind of heart arrhythmia which is atrial fibrillation. That’s helpful in most cases but it doesn’t provide coverage for the other conditions which could prove to be just as dangerous. The FDA has now handed out its first clearance for a device that can detect three heart arrhythmias.

Google Maps Will Now Show If An EV Station Is In Use

It has already been possible to search for the location of electric vehicle chargers in Google Maps but there was no way to telling if the station would be free or in use when you eventually got there. It would have been better if this information was available within the Google Maps app itself. Now, it will be. Google Maps has started showing if an electric vehicle charger is free […]

OnePlus 7 Pro Launch Date Confirmed For May 14th

OnePlus talked up its OnePlus 7 Pro flagship smartphone just yesterday without giving away when the handset is going to be announced. Never one to not take full advantage of the hype surrounding its devices, OnePlus has confirmed just a day later when it’s going to unveil the OnePlus 7 Pro. The announcement has been scheduled for May 14th. It will take place in New York.

ASUS Reportedly Exiting The Tablet Market

The Android tablet market has been under incredible strain as it is and things don’t seem to be improving. It has been in a state of constant decline. ASUS has reportedly taken stock of the situation and decided to exit the Android tablet market completely. The company is said to have informed its distribution channels that no new ASUS Android-powered tablets will be launched going forward.

The Last Of Us Part 2 Release May Take Place On September 27th

There’s a lot of interest in the release of The Last of Us Part 2. The original title was very well received and fans have anxiously been waiting for its sequel ever since it was teased over a year ago. The developer hasn’t officially confirmed a release date at this point in time but a new report suggests that the title could be released on September 27th.

Kohl’s To Accept Amazon Returns At All Stores Nationwide

Kohl’s and Amazon began an experiment in 2017 to enable the latter’s customers to drop off their returns at the former’s stores. Customers could drop their items off even if they had been taken out of their Amazon shipping boxes. The trial was limited to some 100 stores in the Los Angeles, Chicago, and Milwaukee areas but it’s now being expanded in a big way. Kohl’s will accept Amazon returns […]

Intel Announces All 9th Generation Core Processors

Intel may have launched the 8-core 9900K last year but the lineup was missing all of its lower-end chips. The company has finally rectified that today by unveiling the entire 9th Gen Core processor series. These include all the desktop and mobile 45W CPUs.

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