How To Remotely Control Your Computer (Windows + Mac)

Have you ever needed to access something on your computer but you’re not home? Thankfully, if your PC is on, you can check out our guide on how to setup remote access to your Windows computer.


Microsoft Launches A New To-Do List App For Mobile Devices

When it comes to to-do list apps, there are plenty of options available in the market, but it looks like Microsoft has decided to add yet another to the list. This is actually not Microsoft’s first attempt at a to-do list app for smartphones and tablets, although this seems to be an improvement over its previous launches.


What’s New In Android 10

The latest iteration of Android is finally here. Android 10 marks the beginning of a new naming tradition (just like iOS) with numbers. This time Android 10 focuses on three important themes – supporting bleeding edge technologies (like foldable smartphones & 5G Network), protecting users’ privacy, and enhancing the digital wellbeing controls.


Lenovo Smart Tab 10 And Smart Tab M8 Tablets Announced

Tablets are incredibly useful devices where thanks to their larger screen and sometimes larger battery, they make for better entertainment companions compared to our smartphones. If you are in the market for a new tablet, then Lenovo might have a couple of new tablets for you in the form of the Smart Tab 10 and the Smart Tab M8.


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SanDisk iXPAND Wireless Charger + Automated Backups

Wireless chargers are typically not an exciting topic to cover as they differ only in maximum charging Wattage and price. However, WesternDigital/Sandisk have found the intersection between charging and backups, and this could save your data without requiring any effort.


Google Assistant’s Ambient Mode Will Turn Your Android Devices Into A Smart Display

What started out as smart speakers quickly evolved into what we know as smart displays. These are essentially smart speakers that come with a built-in display which can be used for video calls, watching videos, seeing who’s at the front door, and more. However, one of the downsides to such devices is that you’ll need to purchase it.


Zero Day Android Exploits Now Cost More Than iOS, And That’s A Good Thing

Back in the day, iOS was seen as a more secure operating system compared to Android. This was due to Apple’s walled garden approach, where iOS devices could only run apps that were explicitly approved by Apple. This is versus Android which was more open, where you could find and install apps outside of the Play Store.


Android Q Developer Preview 5 Released For OnePlus 7, 7 Pro

According to recent reports, OnePlus is said to be planning on releasing the Android 10 update to its smartphones on the same day as Google, which apparently will be today. Whether or not that will happen remains to be seen, but in the meantime, OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro owners who are interested in the update can check out the developer preview.


Canadian Carrier Claims Android 10 Will Be Released September 3

Google has yet to officially confirm when Android 10 will be released. We expect that it should be soon as the company usually tries to tie it in with the launch of their Pixel phones, but according to Canadian carrier Rogers, it seems that the update could actually launch a lot earlier than expected.


Microsoft Office For iOS And Android To Get A Dark Mode

Last year, we heard that Microsoft could be working on a dark mode for its Outlook app. Just last month, renders of the upcoming dark mode were leaked, and now for those who are fan of dark mode, you’ll be pleased to learn that Microsoft has confirmed that dark mode will be coming to its Office and Outlook apps on both iOS and Android.


OnePlus TV To Run On An ‘Optimized’ Version Of Android TV

These days, more of our TVs are getting “smarter”. However, the problem is that everyone seems to want to use their own proprietary software, which each TV makers has included their own software. This has resulted in a bit of fragmentation where some TV software is better and more feature-rich than others.


Moment’s New 37mm Filters Helps You Take Cinematic Shots With Your Smartphone

Our smartphone cameras have evolved in a huge way ever since cameras were introduced to phones. They are on par with compact cameras, thus negating the need to bring around a separate camera, or at least in some cases. If you’re looking to step up your mobile photography game, then you might want to check out Moment’s latest offering.


Android 10 Marks The End Of An Era As Google Ditches The Dessert Names

One of the defining features of Android is Google’s playful take on the naming schemes for the different versions of the software, where with every release, Google chooses to name the update after a dessert in alphabetical order. This year, which is version 10 and is known as Android Q, Google has yet to officially reveal what the update will be called.


NVIDIA’s GeForce Now Cloud Gaming Comes To Android

The problem with gaming is the hardware, in which depending on the type of computer you have, you might not be able to run certain games. This is why many believe that game streaming could be the way of the future, where all the heavy lifting is done in remote servers and all you need is an internet connection to stream it.