Google Sheets Just Got A Lot Smarter With Formula Suggestions
Like most spreadsheet software, Google Sheets lets users enter various formulas to help calculate things and also fill up text fields. Users will also be able to populate fields by dragging the formula across various fields to make things quicker and easier, but it isn’t always very smart.

3D Printed Plant-Based Steaks Could Arrive In 2021
For meat-lovers who are looking for vegan alternatives, it used to be rather difficult to find. Sure, one could argue that food such as mushrooms were a decent substitute as certain species like the portobello mushroom can provide a “meaty” texture, but we all know that it isn’t quite the same.

YouTube TV Sees A Price Hike, Will Now Cost $65 A Month
When YouTube TV first launched back in 2017, the company announced that a subscription would cost customers $35 a month. However, fast forward about 3 years later, YouTube has instituted yet another price hike where the monthly cost of a subscription to the service will now cost $65.

Microsoft Edge Found To Be Importing Data Before Users Give It Permission
Microsoft’s new Chromium-based Edge browser has started to roll out to users, and we imagine that given how much of a memory hog Google’s Chrome browser is, some users might be looking to make the switch. To make things easier for users, Microsoft has given users the option to import their browser data from other browsers to Edge.

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Apple Offers Rejected Customers A Chance To Get An Apple Card
When applying for a credit card, there needs to be certain checks done in order to ensure that customers are eligible for it. This means that depending on your situation, you may or may not be approved to get one. There is a similar process when it comes to applying for the Apple Card, and some customers might have been rejected.

YouTube’s 24-Hour Views Record Broken By Blackpink’s ‘How You Like That’
Several years ago, Psy’s “Gangnam Style” K-pop song broke several YouTube records when it was released. Fast forward to today, it seems that many new K-pop releases have also been beating various YouTube records, like when K-pop group BTS managed to reach 74.6 million views within the first 24-hours of releasing “Boy With Luv”.

Hackers Are Now Hiding Credit Card Skimmers In Image Metadata On The Web
Physical credit card skimmers aren’t new and while they can be disguised, it is relatively easy to spot it if you know what you’re looking for. Unfortunately, it seems that credit card skimmers have gone virtual where according to a report from Malwarebytes, it appears that hackers are now hiding these virtual skimmers inside the metadata of images on compromised online storefronts.

Microsoft To Permanently Shutter Its Physical Stores
Online shopping is the norm these days, although as much as reading and watching reviews online can help us make a more informed decision, sometimes holding and using a product in-person can help push customers over the edge and make their purchase. This is why companies like Apple put a lot of effort into their physical retail stores.

YouTube Is Testing Out Its Very Own TikTok Rival
With all the success that TikTok is having (recent controversies aside), it’s not surprising that other companies are looking to create something similar, and it looks like YouTube is one of them. The company has announced that in one of their latest experiments, they will be testing out a new feature that allows users to upload 15-second video segments from their mobile devices.

An AI Robot Has Just Been Cast As A Lead In A $70 Million Sci-Fi Film
Unlike human beings, robots generally do not display emotions because they can’t feel them. As such, you would think that there are certain jobs that simply cannot be replaced by robots, such as acting jobs, but think again. Over in Hollywood, it seems that an AI robot has been cast in the lead role in an upcoming sci-fi flick.

Google Will Start Paying Publishers For ‘High-Quality’ Content
Google is primarily a search engine, but over the years, we’ve seen how the company has expanded on what they offer to users in terms of services and features, where they want to do more than just help people search for information. Now it seems that Google has moved one step closer to launching its own news service.

Amazon Forms Counterfeit Crimes Unit To Tackle Its Fake Products Problem
It isn’t particularly difficult for people to sell products on Amazon. Also, given the sheer number of products being listed, we imagine that it would be rather difficult for Amazon to keep track of everything. While more choices are great for customers, unfortunately, this has also created a product with counterfeit products.

A Cyberpunk 2077 Anime Will Be Coming To Netflix In 2022
CD Projekt Red’s Cyberpunk 2077 has yet to be released, but it seems that there is enough hype surrounding the upcoming title for Netflix to make an anime based on the game. The company has announced that come 2022, there will be an original anime based on Cyberpunk 2077 called Cyberpunk: Edgerunners.

Facebook Will Now Warn Users When Sharing News More Than 90 Days Old
News moves really fast and what could be relevant one hour ago could be irrelevant the next hour. For example if you were to learn that a company had filed for bankruptcy last month, but now this month they suddenly get a saved by an investment firm, what was news last month is no longer applicable this month.