Facebook Officially Announces Its ‘Libra’ Cryptocurrency

According to a report the other day, it was suggested that Facebook was in the process of getting ready to launch its own cryptocurrency. It shouldn’t be too surprising that Facebook is interested in getting into cryptocurrency due to the popularity technology, and sure enough they have.


Apple’s Own 5G Modems Might Only Arrive In 2022 Or 2023

According to recent reports, it has been suggested that Apple’s 5G iPhones might only arrive in 2020. This is due to an agreement that Apple has arrived with Qualcomm in a settlement which will allow Apple to license Qualcomm’s tech, which would help the company with their 5G iPhones.


‘Find My Friends’ App Helped A Mother Locate Her Missing Daughter

Apple’s iOS devices have an app called “Find My Friends”. It feels almost stalkerish as it basically let users keep track of where their friends are at all times. However, it seems that an argument for the app’s existence could be made as according to a recent story, it helped a mother locate her missing daughter, saving her life in the process.


Smart TV Malware Is Another Thing We Have To Worry About, According To Samsung

As if worrying about our phones and computers being infected with malware wasn’t bad enough, it seems that Samsung might have caused a bit of undue panic and stress with a recent warning/reminder that the company issued. In a now-deleted tweet, Samsung sent out a reminder that owners of QLED TVs should regularly scan their devices for malware, especially if they are connected to WiFi.


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Dr. Mario World Will Launch On iOS And Android Devices Next Month

If you enjoy games like Bejeweled where you match gems of similar colors to “clear” a space, then you might have played games like Dr. Mario in the past. If you enjoyed the game, then you might be pleased to learn that Nintendo has since announced a new Dr. Mario game that will be coming onto iOS and Android devices next month.


This University Is Offering Admission To YouTubers With More Than 10,000 Subscribers

The world is changing these days where not only are there more ways to learn new things online, but also new ways to make money. Thanks to platforms such as YouTube, it has become increasingly easy for people to find new streams of revenue. As with all careers, it’s not always a guarantee that you’ll become rich, but it has offered people alternatives.


iOS 13 Will Warn You If You Delete An App With An Active Subscription

In recent times, Apple has been pushing for the subscription model to be adopted. This is beneficial for both Apple and developers where it ensures a steady income for both parties. For consumers, it means more expensive apps, but the upside is that with developers continuously getting paid, it does encourage them to keep the app updated with new features.


Samsung’s Night Mode Feature Is Rolling Out To Galaxy Note 9 Owners

One of the features of the Google Pixel 3 is its Night Sight mode, which for those unfamiliar is a camera mode that when activated, will be able to take some pretty stunning low-light photos, the likes of which were previously not available on smartphones. This resulted in many other companies following suit with their own mode, like Samsung’s Bright Night.


Apple TV Will Finally Gain Picture-In-Picture Support

A lot of modern TVs these days allow users to do picture-in-picture. For those who are unfamiliar, PIP mode is where you can have two screens in a single display itself, where one portion can be playing videos from one source, and the other plays videos from a different source.


Google Is Not Waiting For Carriers To Rollout RCS Chat

As many of you have heard, Google is attempting to redefine the humble text message with RCS. The upside to this system is that it will offer an enhanced texting experience that is universal across multiple devices. It is also meant to challenge the likes of Apple’s iMessage which is only exclusive to iOS devices.


Final Fantasy VII Remake Could Also Come To Next-Gen Consoles

During E3 2019, Square Enix confirmed that the long-awaited Final Fantasy VII Remake will be released in March 2020. The game is currently expected to be an exclusive to Sony’s PS4, which had some gamers wonder, why should they buy the game if the PS5 is expected to be released in the near future as well?


‘The Last Of Us 2’ Might Be Coming In 2020

It has been a while since Sony’s The Last of Us was released. The game was met with rave reviews and as such, many are highly-anticipating the release of its successor. At the moment, not much is known about the game, but we had heard that the final scene for it has been shot, suggesting that a release could be close at hand.


Someone Got Overwatch Running On A Nintendo Switch By Using Android

The Nintendo Switch is an incredibly popular console, and as such, there are more developers interested in creating games for it than its predecessor, the Wii U. Blizzard has yet to make any of their games available on the console, although in the past, the company has expressed some interest in it.


How to Add and Remove Chrome Extensions

Extensions are tools that can help elevate and improve on your browsing experience, and if you’d like to learn how to better manage your Google Chrome extensions, this guide will help take you through the necessary steps.


iOS 13: Everything You Need To Know

iOS 13 was announced at Apple’s WWDC 2019 recently. It may not have been the most exciting release (it is subjective, of course) – but it surely features a ton of useful (new) additions.


Hunger Games Prequel Book Confirmed For 2020

Fans of the dystopian trilogy The Hunger Games will be delighted to know that a prequel book has now been confirmed by author Suzanne Collins. It hasn’t been confirmed what the new book is actually going to be called but a release date has been confirmed. It has also been revealed that the prequel will be set 64 years before the events of the first The Hunger Games book, particularly […]


Destiny 2 Players On Stadia Will Only Match With Other Stadia Players

Bungie recently confirmed that Destiny 2 will be available from Google Stadia, the company’s online game streaming service which will enable users to stream console-quality games on smartphones and even Chromebooks. All that’s required is a decent internet connection and a subscription to Stadia. Bungie has now revealed that Destiny 2 players on Stadia will initially be able to play against other Destiny 2 players on Stadia.


Xiaomi Android Q Beta Test Schedule Confirmed

Several OEMs are working with Google to test out the Android Q beta on select devices and Xiaomi wants to get in on the action as well. The company has confirmed its beta roadmap for Android Q. A total of 11 devices from the Chinese company will take part in the Android Q beta test before Google’s latest and greatest Android OS iteration is rolled out for these devices.


Next Chrome Release Will Making Bypassing Paywalls Easier

Most major publications that rely on paywalls to drive subscriptions offer visitors a number of free articles per month. Once your quota for the month is finished, you can either wait until the next month or subscribe. One way users got around this paywall was by using the incognito mode in Google Chrome but developers later added some code to check if the visitor was using incognito mode. If it […]


Cat Filter Spices Up Pakistani Minister’s Live Press Conference

Press conferences aren’t exciting, even more so the ones made by politicians. So what could make a long and drawn out press conference bearable? Perhaps a cat filter? Better yet, a cat filter that the politician doesn’t know has been turned on. That’s precisely what happened during a live press conference of a Pakistani minister, the cat filter was accidentally enabled during the live stream on Facebook.


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