Microsoft To Bring Its Antivirus App To iOS And Android Devices
On the mobile front, Microsoft hasn’t done quite as well as the competition. Instead, the company has opted to try and take on the mobile industry through software, where they have released apps for both iOS and Android devices. Now it looks like Microsoft will be expanding on that with its antivirus software.

Apple Could Release A New Type Of Charger This Year
Apple has various chargers for different products. There are chargers for iPhones, iPads, and MacBooks. However, in the future, it has been speculated that Apple could potentially release a new type of charger that will be more versatile, thus allowing users to charge different kinds of products using the same charger.

This 3D Printer Lets Preschoolers 3D Print Their Own Toys
If 3D printing has always come across as being more of an “adult” hobby, think again because the folks at 3Doodler have recently announced the launch of a new 3D printer that is being aimed at preschoolers. This will allow kids to 3D print their own little toys in a fun and safer way, while encouraging the development of motor skills.

Influencer Faked A Trip To Bali By Taking Photos At IKEA
A lot of things that we see online are merely a snapshot of reality. This is why many have advised that we shouldn’t always buy into photos we see posted on social media, because as glamorous as some photos look, we don’t really know what goes on behind the scenes and it might not necessarily be the whole truth.

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Borderlands Movie Will Be Directed By Eli Roth
If there was ever a video game that seemed like it would make a good movie, Borderlands is definitely one of them. In fact, about five years ago, Lionsgate announced that they were planning to make a Borderlands movie, but given the time that has passed since, it felt like it might have been forgotten or even cancelled.

Twitter Testing Labelling Fake News By Highlighting Them In Orange
Social media platforms aren’t just for sharing photos, these days it is also used to share news. However, the problem with sharing is that sometimes, people don’t do enough research before clicking the share button, which in turn could result in people sharing fake news which could misinform and also cause panic.

This Mask Protects You From The Coronavirus While Supporting Face ID
It has been suggested that wearing a face mask is one of the ways you can protect yourself from the coronavirus outbreak. However, the problem with face masks is that it interferes with the way we use our phones, especially iPhones that rely on Face ID to unlock as Apple has designed it so that it cannot be beaten by masks.

Mozilla Brings Its Firefox VPN Service Onto Android
There are plenty of VPN options available on mobile devices, but if you’re looking for an alternative, you might be interested to learn that Mozilla has since released its VPN app for mobile devices. However, it should be noted that as it stands, it is currently in closed beta so you’ll need an invite to use it, at least for now.

Uber Now Lets Users Report Problematic Rides Mid-Trip
If you’ve ever used a ride-hailing service, there is a good chance that at least one of those rides might have been less than favorable. The good news is that Uber is now rolling out a feature in which users will now be able to report non-emergency issues during the trip itself, as opposed to the end of the trip where users might forget.

Samsung Sent A Mysterious Notification To Potentially Millions Of Users
We’ve heard about unintentional notification messages from third-party applications.However, a push notification from Samsung via Find My Mobile app that does not make sense could be alarming.And, that’s what happened recently.Samsung accidentally sent a message that included “1” as the message via Find My Mobile app. Originally, the message arrived a while back (Thursday morning).The message was received by several Samsung users including the new Samsung S flagship devices and […]

Apple To Let Users Switch To Third Party Default Apps
Normally, for an iOS device, you do not get to change the default apps to any other services than that of Apple.For instance, the default browser is Safari and you cannot change it to Google Chrome.It has been this way and it is currently the way how it works. However, as per a recent report by Bloomberg, you might be able to switch apps for your default browsers, music players, […]

Researchers Develop An Opt-Out App For Nearby Tracking Devices
These days, there are more apps, services, and devices that are constantly tracking us and gathering our data. Many companies have defended such practices, claiming that they use the information to improve on their products and to optimize them, and while some of it might be true, we imagine that many users are probably not too thrilled by it.

Xbox Series X Could Have A Greater Emphasis On Audio Quality
What makes a game immersive and fun to play? Obviously having a great storyline and gameplay helps. Next up is its graphics, but let’s not forget about the audio from the game, where having realistic sound effects and a killer soundtrack will no doubt help make players feel like they’re really there.

Fujifilm X-T4 Could Also Sport Digital Image Stabilization
One of the rumors surrounding the upcoming launch of Fujifilm’s next flagship camera, the Fujifilm X-T4, is that it could be adopting a feature from the Fujifilm X-H1. This comes in the form of in-body image stabilization where photographers will no longer need to seek out specific lenses with the feature.

Sony Reportedly Shelved Plans For A New Mirrorless Camera Over DRAM Constraints
If you were hoping to see a new mirrorless camera from Sony, you might be disappointed because according to a report from Bloomberg, it seems that the company might have cancelled plans for a new mirrorless camera. The report claims that this is due to DRAM constraints in which Sony has decided to focus on the development of its upcoming PS5 console.

Sony Cancels Plans For PAX East Over Coronavirus Concerns
We already know that Sony will not be participating in E3 2020, but if you were hoping to see the company and hear announcements from them at other gaming events, you might be disappointed. This is because Sony has recently announced that they will not be participating at PAX East this year.

Researchers Use A Low-Tech Hack To Trick A Tesla Into Speeding Up Unnecessarily
Cars these days are getting smarter where they come with a variety of sensors and cameras on board that can warn drivers of obstacles. All of this seems to be paving the way towards a future of self-driving cars, but it seems that there still needs to be some work done on them, especially when they can be tricked with a simple two-inch piece of tape.

iOS ‘CarKey’ Feature Lets You Send Digital Keys Over Messages
Earlier this month, the iOS 13.4 beta revealed that Apple had an upcoming feature in the form of a digital car key, where users would, in theory, be able to use their iPhones to unlock their (compatible) cars. Now upon further investigation, more details about the upcoming feature has been revealed.

Hasbro To Bring Back Classic 90s Handheld Consoles
If you were a kid that grew up in the 90s, then there is a good chance that you might recall those handheld consoles made by Tiger Electronics. The good news is that if you’re looking to relive some old school nostalgia, Hasbro has announced that they will be reviving those consoles where four new models will be launched this coming fall.

Alleged iPhone SE 2 Caught On Video
If the rumors are to be believed, Apple will be announcing the iPhone SE 2 soon. Now thanks to a video that has made its way online, it seems that someone might have gotten their hands a working prototype of the upcoming handset, although do be warned, there is a good chance it could be fake.

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