Telegram CEO Blames Recent Issues On A ‘State Actor’ Attack

As some of you might have heard, Telegram had recently experience some connectivity issues in which a DDoS attack was to blame. However, it seems that this was more than just a regular DDoS attack, it was one that could have been orchestrated by a country, or at least that’s what Telegram’s CEO, Pavel Durov is implying.

Google Play Movies & TV App For Daydream Bites The Dust

There hasn’t been much talk about Google’s Daydream virtual reality platform. The company didn’t say much about it during this year’s I/O developers’ conference. However, the platform is still here and continues to work, but a change is now being made. Google has quietly made the decision to shut down the Play Movies & TV app for Daydream.

Apple Has A New iCloud App For Windows Users

For the most part, it feels that whenever Apple releases software for Windows, it’s more about just releasing it for the sake of it, where they begrudgingly admit that not all iOS users necessarily use Macs. If you’ve ever tried accessing your iCloud drive on a Windows computer, you know that this experience is vastly different compared to using it on a Mac.

iMovie For iPhones, iPad Updated With New Green Screen Feature

Editing video clips on our mobile devices are usually a less-than-ideal experience due to the relatively smaller screens. It makes it harder to do more complex tasks, but if you absolutely need to make some quick edits on the go, iMovie for the iPhone and iPad is a useful tool, especially since it is free and is bundled with all iOS devices.


Facebook’s New App Will Pay You To Give Up Some Of Your Privacy

Earlier this year, it was discovered that Facebook was running an app that paid users to collect data on them. This generated a lot of controversy because Facebook had used their Apple certificate, which was meant to only distribute apps internally, to distribute it to the public. This resulted in Apple temporarily revoking Facebook’s access.

Houseparty Video Chat App Acquired By Epic Games

Houseparty, a popular group video chat app, has been bought by Fortnite developer Epic Games. The former officially confirmed its acquisition today. It’s not surprising that this has happened given that Houseparty has recently introduced some gaming-related features for its platform such as screen sharing and integrated games. The company had also mentioned earliert his year that its app was being used by people to chat with their friends while […]

Snapchat’s New Gender Swap Filter Used To Nab A Cop Looking For Underage Sex

Every now and then, Snapchat comes up with some pretty unique and fun filters that goes viral. More recently, the company has created a gender swap filter in which when used, it will be able to make guys look like girls, and girls look like guys. It’s a fun filter, although somewhat controversial, but recently it has gained attention for nabbing someone trying to have sex with an underage girl.

Shazam For Android Can Now Recognize Music Playing On Your Phone

Shazam is a great app if you want to find out the name of the song and artist that is currently playing on radio or TV. However, what if you wanted to find out the name of a song that’s being played on a video on your phone itself? The good news is that Shazam now has the answer to that problem.

How To Fix A Phone That Is Not Charging

Is your smartphone not charging? If this is happening to you, then check out our troubleshooting guide that will walk you through several steps and methods that you can try for yourself to see if it helps before sending it in for repair.

‘Journey’ Creators’ Next Game ‘Sky’ Will Be Released Next Month

Thatgamecompany is a developer studio that many might be familiar with. The company is largely known for their unique indie games, although they are probably most known for their PS4 exclusive, Journey, which has since spawned countless lookalikes that have never quite achieved the same results.

iOS 13 Will Let You Know Which Apps Are Tracking You, And Where It Has Been Tracking You

Apple has always prided itself in being a privacy-focused company, and throughout the years, the company has made changes to its iOS platform which tries to keep its users’ privacy intact while also keeping them informed of what’s going on. For example, there will be an icon in your status bar that shows when an app is tracking your location.

Snapchat Could Get Its Own Events Feature

Facebook’s events feature is the gold standard for establishing an online presence for your events and now it looks like Snapchat wants in on some of that action. An unannounced feature has been discovered which suggests that Snapchat may get support for events as well. This would put the feature in direct competition with the functionality that has long been offered by Facebook.

iOS 13 Will Make It Easier To Delete Apps

Looking to delete apps from your iOS device? There are a couple of ways around it, one of which involves long-pressing on the app icon until it starts to wiggle, click the X button, and you’re done. However, Apple is going to make it easier for users to delete their apps in the upcoming iOS 13 update.

Google Maps Will Now Show The Current Vehicle Speed

It’s actually kind of odd that Google has two completely separate navigation apps. The company has Google Maps and Waze, both of which share similar features and functions, but yet for years on end, both apps have existed separate of each other. However, it seems that Google could be close to bringing them together.