How To Check Your Laptop's Battery Health
Over time due to the nature of lithium-ion batteries, the batteries in our laptops will eventually start to lose their charge, where they will no longer give us the same number of hours we used to enjoy. If you’re curious about the state of your laptop’s battery, here’s how you can check on it.

Researchers Claim The Oura Smart Ring Can Detect The Coronavirus Early On
Back in March, we reported on a device called the Oura smart ring in which its creators teamed up with researchers and healthcare professionals to see if the device was capable of detecting the coronavirus early on. As it turns out, it is. Researchers from West Virginia University’s (WVU) Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute (RNI) and WVU Medicine have found that it is able to detect coronavirus-related symptoms up to three days […]

60Hz VS 120Hz Smartphone Display Battery Test
These days, we’re starting to see more smartphones come with displays with a higher refresh rate that was popularized by the Razer Phone. Now, it should be pointed out that in the past, phones could have their display refresh rates increased through hidden settings, but it used to be discouraged as it would come at the cost of battery life.

The Honor Play 4 Smartphone Will Come With A Body Temperature Sensor
One of the symptoms to show that you might have contracted the COVID-19 virus is a fever. Of course, a fever could mean a lot of other things, but these days, it’s always good to check. Now thanks to a rather clever idea by Honor, they have decided that with its Honor Play 4 smartphone, they will be baking a body temperature sensor into the phone itself.

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Beware Of This Wallpaper That Can Crash Android Phones
In the past, we have seen how some weird text messages can cause iPhones to crash. Now it looks like Android phones have their weird bug too, except that in this case, it would be a photo that when set as the phone’s wallpaper, could cause it to crash and potentially brick your device.

Samsung’s Sero Rotating TV Is Now Available For Purchase
Back in 2019, Samsung took the wraps off their new Sero TV. While we’ve seen Samsung come up with some truly creative TV designs, what made the Sero so special is that it is a rotating TV. This means that the TV can be rotated horizontally or vertically depending on your needs, versus the majority of TV designs which are usually in landscape mode.

Samsung Launches A Subscription Service For Its Galaxy S20
The subscription model has been around for a while now, but in recent years, we’re starting to see an explosion in popularity. This is because subscriptions tend to be more lucrative as it constantly generates revenue for a company versus one-off purchases. It is also good for users because a constant subscription will encourage developers to keep their products updated.

6.1-inch iPhone 12 Production Expected To Kick Off In July
Apple’s iPhone 12s are expected to be launched later this year, and now a report from DigiTimes is claiming that production is expected to begin in July. However, it seems that not all iPhones will begin their production next month, and that Apple is expected to kick it off with the 6.1-inch iPhone models.

This Is Why Apple Doubled The Cost Of RAM Upgrades For The 13-inch MacBook Pro
Recently, Apple made some changes to the Apple Store where for the base 13-inch MacBook Pros, the company increased the price of the RAM upgrades from 8GB to 16GB to $200. Prior to this, the company had only charged customers $100. Many had wondered what prompted the change, but as it turns out, it was a mistake.

3D Printed iPhone 12 Mockups Reveal Some Slight Design Changes
If the rumors are to be believed, Apple is expected to launch four new iPhone 12 models later this year. They will come in varying sizes from 5.4-inches for the smallest base model, two 6.1-inch models, and a high-end 6.7-inch model. Now thanks to 3D printed mockups shared by Macotakara, we have an idea of how they might look like.

iOS 14 Will Support All Devices That Run iOS 13
With every iOS update, Apple introduces improvements to the operating system along with a bunch of new features. Clearly users do not want to miss out on this, and the good news is that if you own a device that is capable of running iOS 13, it seems that you will also be eligible for the iOS 14 update.

Sony Delays Its PlayStation 5 Event Has Been Delayed
If you were hoping to learn more about Sony’s PS5, then you might have heard that the company was initially planning an event for the 4th of June. Unfortunately, it looks like we’ll have to wait a bit longer before we know about the details because Sony has since announced that the event has been delayed.

Apple’s First ARM-Based MacBook Could Be Arriving Later This Year
It has been rumored for a few years that Apple is expected to make that transition to ARM-based laptops in the future, and it looks like that future is nearly upon us. According to a recent report from iPhoneHacks, it seems that Apple’s first ARM-based laptop could be arriving later this year.

How To Scan Documents With Your Phone
Need to quickly scan a document to send to someone but don’t have a scanner? Not to worry because this guide will show you how you can use your phone to scan documents and clean them up.

How To Use An External Drive With The iPad
Looking for a way to offload photos from your iPad to an external hard drive? Or are you looking to access files from an external drive on your iPad? If you are, then this guide will be worth checking out.

Zoom’s Paying Customers Can Look Forward To Stronger Encryption Features
In the past few months, video calling platform Zoom gained a massive spike in its popularity. Unfortunately for the company, the increase in its popularity placed it under a great deal of scrutiny in which it was quickly discovered that the app had a bunch of privacy and security issues.

iPadOS 13.4.1 Is Causing Some 10.5-inch iPad Pros To Be Stuck In A Boot Loop
Apple recently issued an update for its iPads in the form of iPadOS 13.4.1. If you have yet to update your tablet, you might be getting some prompts to do so, however, it might also be a good idea to hold off on updating it just yet, especially if you own the 10.5-inch iPad Pro.

Third-Party Amazon Sellers Are Price Gouging By Marking Its Products As ‘Collectibles’
In this coronavirus pandemic where more people are stuck at home for work and school, online shopping has become essential and unsurprisingly, many are flocking to platforms like Amazon to purchase items. This has also unfortunately resulted in some third-party sellers jacking up their prices due to the increased demand.

Apple Watch Series 6 Might Not See Any Display Upgrades
When Apple launched the Apple Watch Series 4, they introduced a slight redesign with a larger display, which they continued to use in the Series 5. If you were hoping that the Series 6 would bring about a new design, you might be disappointed because according to a tweet by @L0vetodream, that may not be happening.

‘Sign In With Apple’ Flaw Allowed Attackers Unauthorized Access To Linked Third-Party Services
One of the changes Apple introduced to its platforms last year was a new service called “Sign in with Apple”. This is basically a login service where you use your Apple ID to sign up and sign into online services. This is in addition to other login services offered by the likes of Facebook and Google and was created as an alternative sign-in service with an emphasis on privacy.

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