Developer Attempts To Turn The Nintendo Switch Into An Android Tablet

Ahead of the Nintendo Switch’s launch, there was speculation that the console won’t be a particularly power console compared to the likes of the PS4 or Xbox One. It was also speculated that it might actually be built based on the NVIDIA SHIELD gaming tablet. Whether or not those rumors are true is unclear, but it seems that one developer is trying to turn the console into an Android tablet.

New Chrome Extension Allows Browsing Resumption Across Windows 10 Devices

It has been a year since Microsoft launched the Windows 10 Timeline feature. It enabled users to sync browsing and app history between their Windows 10, Android, and iOS devices. The browsing history sync was limited to Microsoft’s Edge browser but the company has finally released an official Chrome extension to extend this functionality over to Google’s popular web browser as well.

Apple’s New Mac Pro Will Apparently Be Easy To Upgrade

Apple’s old Mac Pro was designed like a regular PC where you could open the case, remove the components, and upgrade them where necessary. However Apple later introduced a new Mac Pro design which more or less killed off the ability to make any substantial upgrades, something that many power users did not seem to appreciate.

Report Confirms Apple’s Plans For A Bunch Of New iPads For 2019

Last year Apple introduced a new budget iPad with Apple Pencil support. The company later updated its iPad Pro lineup with a brand new design with Face ID, and if the rumors are true, Apple could be gearing up for an iPad refresh along with a long overdue refresh of the iPad mini.


New Chrome OS Bug Causes High CPU Usage

Google’s Chrome OS is meant to be a relatively lightweight operating system compared to the likes of Windows or macOS. This is why for the most part, Chrome OS laptops and computers don’t really sport particularly high-end specs which helps keep their prices relatively low as well. However recently there was a bug that sort of changed that.

16-inch MacBook Pro With Brand New Designed Rumored For 2019

In the past, Apple’s MacBook Pros consisted of 15-inch and 17-inch models, but Apple later did away with the 17-inch model in favor of a 13-inch model. However we’re sure that there are probably users out there who might be missing the larger 17-inch model, but we have some good news for you.

Apple Sued Over Fatal Fire Caused By Defective iPad

Due to the fact that the majority of our electronics are powered by lithium-ion batteries, it carries the risk of the device exploding and catching on fire. For the most part the number of devices exploding and catching on fire is pretty low in the grand scheme of things, but when it happens, it can be disastrous.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e: 10.5-inch, 0.87 Lbs, Android Tablet

Ahead of Mobile World Congress 2019 (MWC 19) Samsung has announced a new Android tablet, the Galaxy Tab S5e: its thinnest and lightest Android tablet to date.

Virtual Desktops Are Coming Soon To Chrome OS

Chrome OS has typically been viewed as a “lightweight” operating system aimed at students and users who don’t really need much from their computers except for some productivity work and surfing the web. However if you love Chrome OS and wouldn’t mind to see it get more robust features, you’re in luck.

Some Dell Hybrid Laptop Power Adapters Have Been Recalled

The Dell Hybrid Power Adapter is essentially a power brick and a power bank that lets users have backup power for their notebook even when they’re not close to an outlet. It’s a modular power adapter with a 2-in-1 design that lets users carry one or both the adapter and power bank. Some of those hybrid adapters have now been recalled due to shock risks.

Google Chrome 73 Will Bring Official Multimedia Key Support

A feature that many Google Chrome users would have long been waiting for is going to arrive with the popular browser’s next update. Chrome 73 will be the first version of Google’s web browser that will have official support for multimedia keys that users have on laptop and desktop keyboards. The support will initially be rolled out for Chrome OS, macOS, and Windows. It will arrive for Linux at a […]

Skype Video Calls Get Automatic Background Blur

Not too keen on showing the background when you’re in a Skype video call? Microsoft is introducing just the perfect solution for you. The company has revealed that Skype will now automatically blur the background in a video call so that the focus always remains on the subject and not what’s behind them.

Adobe Premiere Bug Is Permanently Damaging MacBook Pro Speakers

Sometimes we come across software bugs that can cause the software to crash, cause the operating system to reboot, but it isn’t very often that we run into software bugs that can cause permanent and physical damage to a computer’s hardware components. Unfortunately for some MacBook Pro users, that’s what happened to them.

Microsoft Confirms Build 2019 Conference For May 6th

Microsoft talks about the future of Windows at its annual Build conference. Many look forward to the event to see what software advancements Redmond has to share. It has now confirmed the dates for Build 2019. The event will kick off on May 6th this year at the Washington State Convention Center at its home city of Seattle.