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People Are Accidentally Calling 911 With Their Apple Watches In Their Sleep
With Apple introducing sleep tracking with the Apple Watch, we imagine that this might have spurred more people to wear their watches to sleep. However, it seems that this in turn might have created a problem for local law enforcement because according to reports, people have been calling 911 in their sleep through the Apple Watch.

Weird iOS Bug Could Permanently Disable The iPhone’s WiFi
When you scan the area for WiFi networks to join, many names popup. These names are usually chosen by the owners of the network so sometimes you might come across some that are weird or funny. However, if you do come across a WiFi network that has the name “%p%s%s%s%s%n”, do not join it.

Satechi Launches New Aluminum Keyboard For Mac
Are you not a fan of Apple’s Magic Keyboard for its Mac computers? Maybe yours is getting a bit long in the tooth and you need a replacement and you don’t want to pay Apple prices. If that is the case, you might be interested to learn that Satechi has recently announced its new X2 wireless keyboard for the Mac.

Criminals Have Found A More Lucrative Reason To Steal iPhones
In the past when iPhones first came out, it wasn’t uncommon to hear about people stealing them. This is because of the value iPhones hold where the thieves could usually resell them for a decent amount of money. However, with all the safety and security features Apple has since put into iOS, it is no longer quite as lucrative.

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How To Take A Scrolling Screenshot On Android
Want to take scrolling screenshots on Android? Want to capture and preserve websites in case it ever gets taken down? Then read on to find out the various ways you can go about taking scrolling screenshots on Android.

iOS 15 Will Introduce A New ‘Walking Steadiness’ Feature
One of the features Apple introduced to the Apple Watch a few years ago was fall detection. This is a feature that can detect when the wearer has fallen down and will attempt to call for help on their behalf, but what if Apple could predict when you might be going to fall? That way you might be better prepared and might suffer from fewer injuries as a result.

IKEA’s Symfonisk Picture Frame Speakers Are Launching July 15
Do you feel that some of your tech gadgets stand out a bit too much in your home? Are you finding that you have to compromise on the design or space you want to make room for certain gadgets? If you are, then maybe you might be interested in IKEA’s new Symfonisk speakers which double up as a picture frame.

Level Home Introduces Their Smallest Ever Smart Lock
The thing with some smart lock designs is that they’re obvious that they’re a smart lock. This is because the design of some of these locks have huge front-facing panels that house technology like fingerprint sensors and number pads to enter your passcode on. It’s not necessarily a bad thing, but for some, it might be too obvious for their liking.

Nomad Launches Accessory That Puts The AirTag In Your Wallet
Apple’s newly launched AirTag accessory is great for tracking objects like your keys or your bag, but tracking your wallet? Unfortunately that’s going to be almost impossible, or at least that was the case until Nomad decided to create a new accessory called Card that basically fits the AirTag inside of your wallet.

Amazon’s Luna Game Streaming Service Will Be Open To Prime Members This Month
Back in 2020, Amazon announced their entrance into the game streaming market by launching its Luna service. Unfortunately, as the service hasn’t been fully launched yet, the only way you could get in on it was to get an invite, but the good news is that if you’re an Amazon Prime customer, that will change this month.

iOS 15 Will Let You Drag And Drop Images And Text Across Apps
Want to drag and drop a file on your computer? No problem. Want to do something similar on your iPhone? That’s going to be tricky, if not near-impossible. However, the good news is that with iOS 15, Apple will be making that process easier by letting users drag and drop images and text across apps.

Microsoft Unveils The Xbox Mini Fridge
At Microsoft’s E3 showcase, the company showed off their next Xbox product, but it’s something that you might have never guessed – an Xbox Mini Fridge. Yes, you read that right, Microsoft will be making a mini fridge shaped like its new Xbox Series X console. It might sound like a joke, but Microsoft seems serious about it.

How To Stop iPhone Apps From Tracking You
It probably goes without saying that without apps, our smartphones wouldn’t be what they are today. However, the problem with a lot of free apps these days is that in order to make money, they rely on targeted advertising which is created using data collected from you. This can feel like a huge invasion of privacy for some.The good news is that if you own an iPhone that’s been updated […]

Pirated Software Helped An Unknown Malware Infect 3.2 Million PCs
hackThere are many reasons not to download pirated software, with the most obvious being that it’s illegal and you’re essentially “stealing”. The second reason is that because you can’t always trust the source of pirated software, it could lead to bad situations like this, where recently a report from NordLocker revealed how an unknown malware flew under the radar for two years, infecting 3.2 million PCs in the process.

Teen Developer Recreates iOS 4 As A Standalone App
Way back in the day when the iPhone was first launched, it felt almost revolutionary, but taking a look back at the old UI, it’s kind of cringey to see how outdated it looks by today’s standards. However, we imagine that there are probably some who might be fans of the old skeuomorphic design.

iOS 14.6 Will Let You Stream Lossless Audio From iPhone To HomePod
Back in May, Apple announced that they would be launching lossless audio for Apple Music. However, it seems that at that time, none of Apple’s devices would actually support lossless playback, although Apple did say that the HomePod would receive an update that would eventually support it.

This 1,000 Foot Wind Turbine Array Can Power 80,000 Homes
We know that wind turbines are used as a form of alternative energy in some countries. However, the problem with wind turbines would be the installation and costs involved in them, but Norway’s Wind Catching Systems thinks that they might have figured it out with a 1,000 foot array of wind turbines.

This Could Be The Largest Password Leak Of All Time
From time to time, we hear about data breaches that lead to passwords being leaked. Obviously this affects a lot of people, but it seems that the latest leak could be the biggest password leak of all time. According to a report from CyberNews, it seems that a 100GB text file was posted on a popular hacker forum.

How To Take Full Page Screenshots In Chrome
Want to take a screenshot of an entire article you’re reading on a website? Instead of taking multiple screenshots and trying to stitch them up yourself, here’s a trick that will help you take full page screenshots in Chrome in seconds.

Alienware X15 and X17 Gaming Laptops, With Uber-Cooling
Alienware rocked the gaming world by launching thin gaming laptops equipped with some of the most powerful CPUs and GPUs available on the market. At 15.9mm (X15) and 20.9mm (X17) thin, these new Alienware laptops are visually even more attractive than their M15 and M17 predecessors.