Intel on boards Justin Long (the “I’m a Mac” guy) to mock Apple’s MacBook – It’s fun to watch these ads.
Since coronavirus outbreak, smart devices witnessed a massive surge in demand. Only in Q4 of 2020, the market share increased by 27%
Google Pixel 5a is soon to release. Here is a quick overview of what we could expect from the phone.
According to pre-release leaks, the OnePlus 9 series with receive the first batch of LTPO flexible displays.
With the new version of Signal, it gets easier to transfer data with devices.
Google Photos has recently announced that the company would limit the storage capacity for all but for Pixel owners.
Facebook has announced to help people with its upcoming new tools for getting the vaccine shots against COVID-19.
Twitter banned several accounts for just using “Memphis” but than resolved the matter, without letting anyone knowing.
Nokia X10 and Nokia X20 may release on April 8, 2021 and may come in a Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 SoC.
Not many Google users are familiar, but it is true that Google keeps an eye on them even when they are in the Incognito mode!
Here is a list of expected smartphones coming your way this year.
Microsoft Edge to release updates every 4 week – are they following their successor?
Microsoft Teams is adding a Low data mode to its online platform for video calls using limited data.
Samsung shared its 4 year plans about security updates for Galaxy users.
Apple will discontinue HomePod to focus more on HomePod Mini, but will continue its support.
Google welcomes third-party developers to start creating their own Tiles for Wear OS smartwatches.
Microsoft suspended Paint 3D and 3D Viewer with the new Windows 10 installations. However, users can get these app from the Microsoft Store.
Twitter is planning to release the live-audio feature for people to come and learn from each other.
Samsung is expected to release the Galaxy A82 5G soon. The pre-release specs are here for you.
With the first release of WordPress 5.7 Esperanza, you can now convert your site from HTTP to HTTPS.