Tor Browser Launched For Android, Brings Private Internet Browsing

Browsers like Google’s Chrome have a feature called Incognito Mode which is meant to help keep your browsing sessions private. However, sometimes that doesn’t always work as intended and that there is still some work to be done to ensure a truly private browsing session. However, if you don’t mind using an alternative browser, then you might be interested to learn that the Tor Browser has officially launched for Android.


Mario Kart Tour Beta Images Have Made Their Way Online

Mario Kart Tour will be the next title that Nintendo will be releasing on mobile. The game is currently pegged for a release this summer and the beta of the game has already kicked off over in Japan. Thanks to users who are participating in the games beta, they have shared images and details of the game, giving us an idea of what to expect.


Peak Design Reimagines The Travel Tripod In A More Compact Package

If you take your photography hobby seriously, chances are Peak Design might be a brand you are familiar with. The company has attempted to redesign camera accessories, like latches, straps, and also the camera bag, so it does not come as a surprise to learn that the company has also reimagined the tripod.


Pandora Launches A Standalone Desktop App For Music Streaming

There are many music streaming services available at the moment, but if Pandora is your platform of choice, or if it is one of the services you’re subscribed to, then you’ll be pleased to learn that the company has announced the launch of a standalone desktop app where you’ll be able to stream songs on your computer.


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USPS Looking To Test Self-Driving Mail Trucks

The delivery of our mail and packages have come a long way from back in the day, and while the logistics used by delivery companies has improved leaps and bounds, they are still mostly reliant on humans to do the driving and the delivery. However, USPS is hoping to improve on their efficiency and have announced plans to test self-driving mail trucks.


Chevrolet’s New Safety Feature Stops Teens From Driving Until Their Seat Belts Are Worn

One of the things that they teach in driving school is that whenever you get into the car, one of the first things you should do is wear your seat belt. However, all of us are probably guilty of not doing that at some point during our driving careers, but Chevrolet is hoping to crack down on such bad habits.


Samsung Galaxy Home Mini Revealed In FCC Filing

Last year, Samsung launched the Galaxy Home smart speaker. However, it wasn’t too long after the launch that we heard that Samsung could actually have another smart speaker in the works, a smaller version of the Galaxy Home known as the Galaxy Home Mini. Given that Amazon and Google have smaller versions of their speakers, such as the Echo Dot and the Home Mini, this news hardly came as a […]


California Considers Facial Recognition Ban On Police Body Cams

Facial recognition is kind of at an awkward phase right now. While there is no doubt a lot of use for the technology, such as identifying criminals who are on the run, not many are receptive to the idea that they might be walking around and being recognized by security cameras without their consent or knowledge.


LG’s UltraFine Displays Pops Up On Apple’s Online Store Again

According to reports from April and May, it was reported that Apple had pulled the LG UltraFine monitors from their stores. It started with the 4K monitor and then the 5K model. It was speculated that Apple could be done with LG’s UltraFine displays as they prepare to launch their rumored 32-inch 6K display.


Google Will Be Adjusting How YouTube Subscriber Count Is Displayed

In this day and age of social media, many of us have become obsessed with the number of likes a post gets, the number of subscribers we have, and so on. We’re not sure if this obsession is healthy, and as such, companies such as Instagram have tested out some ways to manage it, such as hiding the “Like” counter.


Valve Brings Its Steam Chat App To Mobile Devices

It goes without saying that Steam is one of the more widely-used game distribution platforms at the moment, and as such, there are many users who rely on its service to not only play games, but to keep in touch with their friends as well. For those who want to stay in touch with their Steam friends on the go, you’re in luck.


Washington Is The First US State To Make Human Composting Legal

Nature can sometimes be scary in times of natural disasters, but it is also wondrous and amazing, like when organic waste can be broken down and used as fertilizer for other things. For example, used tea bags and coffee grounds are used quite frequently when it comes to home-made composts.


For The Past 14 Years, Google Stored Some Business Passwords In Plain Text

The integrity of an online account is determined by the strength of its password. If you were to use passwords like “123456”, it wouldn’t even need a hacker to figure it out. Of course, not only do passwords need to be secure but the method of storing them as well. After all, if a company does not secure its password storage, anyone with access will have no problems reading it.


Google Develops AI That Can Detect Lung Cancer More Efficiently

There is a reason why doctors encourage patients to go for regular health checkups. This is because if problems are detected early on, they can either be cured or their progression can be slowed down. But even then, doctors are only humans and can sometimes make mistakes or miss certain things.


Game Of Thrones Author Hints That The Book’s Ending Will Be Different From The Show

HBO’s Game of Thrones has finally come to an end after 9 long years, but the ending has left many with mixed feelings. Some have praised how the show has ended and thought it was a good wrap up, but others felt a bit cheated, and have point out how the final season felt very rushed as it had fewer episodes compared to previous seasons.


This Is How Smooth The OnePlus 7 Pro’s 90Hz Screen Is

OnePlus recently launched their latest flagship smartphone, the OnePlus 7 Pro. One of the highlights of the handset is its 90Hz display, which while might not be as smooth as the Razer Phone’s 120Hz display, is still a step up above most of what the competition is offering in the market today.


The Sims 4 Is Now Free For The PC

If you’ve enjoyed The Sims franchise and have yet to play The Sims 4, then you’ll be pleased to learn that EA has announced that the game will now be free to play for the PC if you were to get it through the company’s Origin game store. However, you should probably hurry because it seems that this offer is only good until the 28th of May, 2019.


Sony Confirms Twisted Metal TV Series Is In Development

Back in the early days of video games, there was a particular title produced by Sony on the original PlayStation by the name of Twisted Metal. For gamers who have been playing games long enough, you might be familiar with this title, and you also might be interested to learn that Sony has recently confirmed that the franchise is being developed into a TV series.


Apple WIll Offer Free Repairs To All MacBooks With Butterfly Keyboards

When Apple introduced the new MacBook laptop a few years ago, they also introduced the new butterfly keyboard mechanism. It was supposed to offer up a better typing experience, but so far user experiences with it have been anything but. In fact, there have been many reports of users who claim that their keyboards have malfunctioned since.


Apple Refreshes MacBook Pro With Keyboard Fix And Faster Processors

Apple has refreshed its 15 inch and 13 inch MacBook Pro models today with some key (no pun intended) improvements. The keyboard issues that have caused a lot of nuisance for customers and which were begrudgingly acknowledged by Apple have been addressed in this refresh which also brings faster Intel processors.


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