App That Cancels Free Trial Subscriptions Available In UK

We all have opted for some kind of free trial subscriptions at one point in time. However, even though we do not blame the free trial services, it is the auto-debit feature that kicks in after the trial ends which is super annoying. What if you forget canceling the subscription?


How to Unblock YouTube Videos

YouTube is probably the best place to find good video content. However, nowadays, due to copyright issues and legal troubles, you might find some YouTube videos to be age-restricted and blocked for some countries. Hence, it becomes an inconvience at times when you don’t want to sign in or if a video is not available in your country.


How To Read Comics Online Legally For Free?

Comic books are the reason behind the popular super hero characters in the movies. Even though Marvel and DC takes a major share of the market – there are a lot of other comics available to read. Sure, you can go ahead and grab a comic book from the store. But, what if you could enjoy reading the comics online for free?


How To Control Kodi Using Kodi Remote?

Kodi is an incredibly popular media server software which can run on just about anything (Raspberry Pi, Windows, Linux,  Android, and iOS). Using it as the entertainment center for your PC/TV is exciting but how do you control Kodi using a remote? Is there a specific Kodi remote? If yes, how do you enable using it?


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How To Update Kodi on Amazon Firestick

Kodi is an amazing media server software and a personal entertainment center where you can organize all of your movies/TV shows and watch it across multiple devices on your network. The main reason why people prefer to install it on Amazon Firestick is its UI and ease of use. If you have a collection of movies or TV shows, you won’t need Netflix.


Twitter And NBC Team Up For Live Coverage Of 2020 Olympics

NBC and Twitter are teaming up for limited live coverage and highlights during the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. There’s also going to be a 20 minute Olympics show daily. The content will be available through Twitter’s website and apps. NBC previously had a similar arrangement with Snapchat during the 2018 Winter Games where some highlights packages and live coverage was provided through the app’s Discover tab.


Microsoft’s Office Online Has Been Renamed To Just ‘Office’

Microsoft has decided to drop the “Online” branding from its Office web apps. The company has confirmed that it has renamed Office Online to just Office. It will begin to use this new terminology “relatively soon” as it finalizes all of the changes that are now required to be made to the technical and marketing content.


Airline Apologizes For Tweeting Which Seats Are Safest In A Crash

When you get on a plane you’re not thinking about which seats might be the safest in the event of a crash. You’re hoping that the plane doesn’t crash in the first place. That might have been lost on Dutch airline KLM’s social media team when they tweeted about which seats might be the safest in the event of a plane crash.


Cat Filter Strikes Again During Double Homicide Press Conference

Social media has made it easier to get information out to more people faster than ever before. You could start streaming video to Facebook instantly and people who follow you will be able to see it. No surprise that many government agencies use social media to get their message out. Sometimes, these live streams can have unintended consequences.


Slack Resets Passwords Four Years After Security Breach

Slack confirmed back in March 2015 that hackers were able to gain unauthorized access to a database which was used to store user profile information. It had blocked the access once it was discovered and made changes to prevent something like this from happening again. Slack also released two-factor authentication so that users could add an extra layer of security to their accounts. It has decided to reset passwords for […]


Google’s Controversial Chinese Search Project Shut Down

It was revealed a few months ago that Google was working on a secretive project for the Chinese market which would essentially have been a censored version of a search engine for the Chinese market. There was a lot of backlash, understandably, with even employees calling on the company to shelve the project. Google has now shut down its controversial “Dragonfly” Chinese search project.


Amazon Wants To Track Customers In Exchange For $10

Data is perhaps one of the most valuable assets for online companies which is why they keep coming up with new ways to collect it. Amazon has a new offer for people who don’t mind the company tracking their activity across websites. If they install a browser tool that lets Amazon do just that, the company would give them $10 for their troubles.


Facebook Will Now Be More Transparent About The Ads You See

There’s no escaping ads on Facebook and the company uses the immense data that it has on users to enable advertisers to reach the maximum number of people. However, in order to be transparent with users about the ads they see, the company introduced tools like “Why am I seeing this ad?” and Ad Preferences over four years ago. Since the answers users got with those tools were normally vague, […]


Dropbox Transfer Will Handle 100GB Files With Ease

It has always been possible to share any file or folder from your Dropbox with someone else even if they didn’t have a Dropbox account of their own. The service has long been used by people who want to collaborate on files. However, Dropbox is now launching a new service which will particularly focus on the data transfer side of things and not collaboration. With Dropbox Transfer, which is launching […]