Microsoft’s Chromium Edge Browser Is Now Rolling Out In Windows Update
Last year, Microsoft announced plans to revamp its Edge browser by building it using the Chromium framework. For those who are curious about the browser, you’ll be pleased to learn that the browser will now be available on Windows 10 thanks to the latest update to Windows 10 in which the updated browser is included in the update.

Google Search Will Now Highlight In Webpages What You Were Searching For
When you search for something on Google, Google will then try to comb through websites and look for words or phrases that are related to your search query. However, when you go to the website, it might be a bit hard to find that specific passage you were looking for, but that will soon change.

Sony’s Upcoming WH1000XM4 Headphones Detailed In Early Walmart Listing
It has been rumored that Sony could be working on a new pair of over-ear headphones in the form of the WH1000XM4. For those who are unfamiliar, this would be the successor to the company’s WH1000XM3 headphones, which are possibly one of the most highly-rated noise-cancelling headphones around at the moment.

iPadOS Could Introduce Keyboard Shortcuts To Adjust Brightness Levels
On Apple’s laptops, users can adjust the brightness of their display from either the keyboard or the Touch Bar. On the iPad, despite it having a keyboard accessory, does not offer up that functionality. However, according to 9to5Mac, they have found code in the iPadOS 13.5.5 beta that suggests that could change.

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Facebook Now Lets All Users Export Photos To Google Photos
Last year, Facebook announced that they would be launching a new tool that would allow users to export their Facebook photos to Google Photos. The feature certainly took a while to roll out to users, but the good news is that if you’ve been eagerly anticipating this feature, Facebook has confirmed that the export tool is now available to users globally.

Alleged iPhone 13 Prototype Reveals No Notch Display With A USB-C Port
Apple’s iPhone 12 has yet to be officially revealed, but it seems that the rumor mill is working extra hard because in a series of photos shared by Macotakara, they have revealed what is allegedly 3D printed mockups that are supposedly based on the iPhone 13 prototype which will be launching in 2021.

Germany Will Require All Gas Stations To Also Offer Electric Vehicle Charging Capabilities
Range anxiety is still something that people are dealing with when it comes to electric cars. However, over the years, electric cars have improved greatly in terms or range, but the issue is that EV charging stations still quite aren’t as ubiquitous compared to gas stations, but over in Germany, that could change.

Google Is Working On A Fix For The ‘Cursed’ Wallpaper Bug
The other day, we reported that an image had been making its rounds. By all accounts, looks like a regular wallpaper, but what makes it different is the fact that it is “cursed” in which when an Android phone sets it as their wallpaper, it would cause their devices to crash. In some instances, it can go further by bricking devices.

Apple Could Be Getting Ready To Launch A Service Bundle Soon
According to reports from last year, it was rumored that Apple could be working to bundle its services together and sell them in a single subscription package. This would include the likes of Apple TV+, Apple News+, and Apple Music, all of which would be bundled together and sold as a single subscription.

iPad Pro With 5G Connectivity Expected In 2021
Right now none of Apple’s devices support 5G. That is expected to change later this year when Apple is set to launch their first 5G devices in the form of the iPhone 12. However, for iPad users looking for 5G connectivity, then you might have to wait until 2021 because according to a tweet by @L0vetodream, a 5G iPad Pro is set to drop in either Q1 or Q2 2021.

Google Hit With $5 Billion Lawsuit Over Tracking Chrome Users In Incognito Mode
Google Chrome has an incognito mode in which it is designed to offer users a greater degree of privacy. However, back in 2018, it was discovered that Google’s incognito mode isn’t as private as one might think and that it actually tracks users to a certain degree by logging their activities. Google later made an update to correct that.

Apple Is Bricking And Tracking iPhones Looted From Its Stores
As many of you are undoubtedly aware by now, there are protests going on in the US. These protests were intended to be peaceful, but unfortunately, there have been some who have taken the opportunity to loot stores, including Apple stores, stealing a bunch of iPhones in the process.

How To Disable The Windows Key
The Windows key is useful if you want to quickly launch applications and other shortcuts, but at times, it can be annoying, especially if you’re gaming, so here’s how you can easily disable the key.

Hublot Unveils Its New Big Bang e Smartwatch
In the early days of the smartwatch, many luxury watchmakers were skeptical and almost dismissive of the idea, but many have since fallen silent after seeing the success of wearables like the Apple Watch, some have even gotten in on the action, like Hublot who has taken the wraps off their latest smartwatch, the Big Bang e.

Streaming HBO Max On AT&T Won’t Count Towards Data Cap
Stream video content consumes data, that is a fact. However, it seems that if you’re an AT&T subscriber and you’re also subscribed to HBO Max (which launched late April), it looks like streaming HBO Max on your mobile device won’t actually count towards your data cap, meaning that you’ll essentially be able to stream it unlimited without worrying about it consuming your mobile data allocation.

Google’s Upcoming Android TV Dongle Leaked
If you want to wirelessly stream content from your phone or computer to your TV, there are several ways you can go about it. One of those ways would be to use Google’s Chromecast, a HDMI dongle that lets you wirelessly cast content from your mobile device or computer to your television set.

Fujifilm Could Be Launching Two Mid-Range X-Series Cameras By March 2021
Fujifilm’s flagship X-T and X-Pro series of digital mirrorless cameras are pretty amazing and have been highly-reviewed, but they are also pretty pricey. For budding photographers looking to get into the game, the prices of these cameras could put some of them off, but Fujifilm does have several mid-range cameras as well.

Amazon Could Be Planning A Summer Sale On June 22
Recent rumors are claiming that Amazon could be delaying its Prime Day event to September. The event typically takes place in the middle of the year, but apparently the company is looking to bring itself back to pre-coronavirus operational levels first before they launch the event, but in the meantime, the company could have another event planned.

Google’s Pixel Smartphones Get A New Personal Safety Check Feature
If you’re walking home late at night on a street that is empty, we imagine that some people might feel a bit wary and unsafe. The good news is that if you own a Pixel smartphone, Google has announced that its Personal Safety app, which previously debuted on the Pixel 4, will now be available on all Pixel devices.

iOS 14 Could Introduce Built-In Translation For Safari
One of the features we reckon is missing from Safari for iOS devices is a translation tool. This means that when browsing a website in another language, you won’t be able to translate it on the spot. However, according to a report from 9to5Mac, that could change in iOS 14 as Safari could be gaining a new translation feature.

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