Apple Could Disable Your Apple ID Over Missed Apple Card Payments
We’re sure that a lot of us have once or twice missed a credit card payment, whether it’s because we don’t have the money for it or if we forgot that it was due. Usually what happens is that banks will charge you an interest or impose a late fee penalty for that missed payment and that’s pretty much it.

How To Go Live On Twitter
Did you know that Twitter has a feature that lets you create a live broadcast? If you’re interested in using that feature, here’s what you need to do.

How To Create A QR Code For Your WiFi Password
Creating a QR code for your WiFi will make it easier for friends or guests to your home to quickly and easily connect to your home’s WiFi network instead of bothering you for it.

Netflix Is Creating A Terminator Animated Series
To date, there have been many movies made around the Terminator franchise. There has also been TV series made based on it, but if you’re a fan and you’re hoping for more, you’re in luck because Netflix has recently announced that they will be developing a new animated series also based on Terminator.


Twitter Announces New Paid Super Followers Feature
For a while now, Twitter has been trying to find ways to monetize itself, and it seems that they might have figured out how with a new paid feature called Super Followers. With this new feature, Twitter users can charge their followers a fee in which it would give them access to additional content, like tweets, photos, videos and more.

Twitter To Introduce Automatic Blocking And Muting Of Abusive Accounts
If someone is sending you harassing or abusive messages on Twitter, you can block them. Unfortunately, this is a manual method and if you’re someone with a lot of followers, this could be a rather tedious process, but that will change soon as Twitter will be automatically blocking and muting those people for you.

Woman Earns $3,000 In Donations While Streaming Herself Sleeping
Twitch is a popular platform where people can live stream themselves doing all kinds of things (within ToS, of course). Usually we associate Twitch with gaming, but there are other categories as well. More recently though, a streamer called Wang Yiming from Taiwan has made waves when her stream of her sleeping managed to net her $3,000 in donations.

Paramount+ Will Go Live March 4 For $9.99 A Month
If you’re looking for another streaming service to subscribe to, then you might be interested to learn that ViacomCBS has since announced that their Paramount+ service will be launching on the 4th of March. This new service will be priced at $9.99 a month and will give users access to a bunch of shows from various brands and studios.

Facebook Launches New Ads To Convince You That Tracking Is A Good Thing
It’s no surprise that Facebook isn’t thrilled with the various privacy changes that Apple has implemented and plans to implement. So much so that the company has since published a video ad in which they seem to want to try and convince the public that tracking users and their activity for personalized ads is actually a good thing.

HP Announces Their Plan To Acquire Gaming Accessory Maker HyperX
When it comes to gaming related peripherals and accessories, HyperX is one of the brands that we’re sure you’ve come across. Now assuming that everything goes according to plan and regulators give their stamp of approval, HyperX could soon be owned by computer maker HP, giving the company a foothold in the gaming accessory market.

Apple’s Final Cut Pro Could Be Adopting A Subscription Model
One of the problems with professional software is that a lot of times they can be incredibly expensive, but then again, these are catered towards professionals who might be able to justify the price tag. However, hobbyists and beginners might be put off by the pricing, which is why Apple could be looking to address that problem with Final Cut Pro.

Mozilla’s Firefox 86 Brings ‘Total Cookie Protection’ To The Browser
Cookies have been used in websites for a very long time now. The initial idea was that cookies helped websites memorize certain things about the user so that when they load the website, they won’t have to start from scratch again. This was meant to be a useful feature, but in recent years, we’ve seen how cookies have been used to track user activity across multiple websites, not just the […]

‘Sign In With Apple’ Hit With Antitrust Complaints
One of the features Apple introduced in recent times is called “Sign in with Apple”. Basically this provides users with an alternative to other sign-in options like using Facebook or Google, but now it seems that the company has been hit with antitrust complaints over the feature, according to a report from The Information (paywall).

Should Apple Have Acquired Netflix? Analyst Thinks It Was Apple’s Biggest Mistake
Apple is kind of late to the streaming game, but the thing is, so was Disney, but yet Disney+ is pulling miles ahead of Apple with some believing that Disney+ could even overtake Netflix by 2026. This is why Wedbush analyst Dan Ives thinks that one of Apple’s biggest mistakes in the last decade or so was not buying Netflix.

Chanel Debuts AI Powered App That Can Find Lipstick In Any Shade
If you’ve ever seen a person in an advertisement or on TV or in a photograph wear a lipstick whose shade you like, you’ll be able to find that shade for yourself. This is thanks to Chanel who recently debuted an app called the Lipscanner that uses the power of AI to help find the exact shade in the image.

Twitter Has Brought Back Its ‘Review Before You Tweet’ Feature
There are a lot of things we say in the heat of the moment that on hindsight probably shouldn’t have been said. Thankfully in this digital age, we have the option of being able to take our time to compose our replies before sending it, but in case that still fails, Twitter has your back and wants to stop you from tweeting something you might regret.

Netflix Can Now Automatically Download Shows It Thinks You Want To Watch
Netflix allows users to download TV shows and movies from its catalogue for offline viewing. They even have a Smart Downloads feature that automatically downloads episodes of a series you’re watching and delete the previous one so that you can keep watching the series if you’re offline.

Google Could Be Considering A Cheaper Fitbit Subscription
If you own a Fitbit device, you probably use the accompanying app as well. For the most part, Fitbit’s basic services do more than enough for most users, but the company also offers a Premium subscription plan at $9.99 a month that will come with added features like guided programs and more.

New Report Refutes Apple Event Set For March 16
A recent rumor suggested that Apple could be planning an event for the 16th of March. This event is said to host the launch of a couple of new Apple products, like the rumored AirTags tracking accessory as well as an update to the iPad Pro lineup that will see the tablet get a new mini LED display.

This Is What Happens If You Don’t Accept WhatsApp’s Privacy Policy
As many of you might have heard by now, WhatsApp still has plans to implement its controversial privacy policy in May. Of course, some of you might be wondering what happens if you refuse to accept the terms of service following the changes, and it seems like nothing good will come of that.