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Apple Urged To Prevent Kids' iPhone Addiction, But Here's Some Parental Control Apps To Do Your Part

Apple was pressed to roll out solutions that combat against iPhone addiction in children. That may take some time, but you can take measures already with these parental control apps.

Apps/Software January 8, 2018

Paladins: Battlegrounds Moniker Explained As Hi-Rez Studios Doubles Down On Name

Hi-Rez Studios explains why it chose the name 'Paladins: Battlegrounds' over other appendages such as 'battle royale.' It's an homage to MMO battlegrounds, not a copy of 'PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds.'

Video Games January 7, 2018

Belkin Unwraps iPhone Chargers Galore: Wireless Charging Stands, Fast Chargers, And More

Belkin has a ton of new chargers for iPhone users. From wireless charging pads and stands to fast chargers, the accessory maker has got it all.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech January 5, 2018

What You Should Know To Stay Safe From Meltdown, Spectre CPU Security Flaws

Meltdown and Spectre are whipping the industry into a frenzy. Before you go into full panic mode, here are four things you need to know to at least keep your devices relatively safe from the CPU security flaws.

Computers January 5, 2018

Blade Wants To Give You The Last PC You'll Ever Need With 'Shadow'

Blade is a French startup that'll give you a reason to stop building PCs at home. It's offering Shadow, a streaming service that'll give you access to a high-end gaming PC via the cloud.

Computers January 5, 2018

How Do You Know If Your iPhone Needs A New Battery Or Is Being Throttled? Here's How

Is your iPhone being throttled? If you've noticed a drop in performance but can't be too sure, here are some ways to confirm whether or not it's slowing down because of a degrading battery.

Apple January 4, 2018

Remember Amazon And Microsoft's Alexa, Cortana Integration? Things Didn't Work Out Yet

Amazon and Microsoft announced the Alexa and Cortana integration in 2017 and said it'll roll out in the later part of 2017. Now it's already 2018, but the harmony between the two smart assistants still isn't here.

Smart Home January 3, 2018

Supermoon 2018 To Light Up The Sky On New Year's Day

The supermoon 2018 is expected to occur on Jan. 1, coinciding with New Year's Day. That gives skygazers more to look forward to than just fireworks.

Space December 29, 2017

Apple Wants To Make The iPhone Slowdown Controversy Right With $29 Battery Replacements

Apple isn't in a good place right now after the whole iPhone slowdown controversy blew up. It's now fixing things, though, by apologizing to owners and providing $29 battery replacements for iPhone 6 or later models.

Apple December 29, 2017

Apple's Lisa Operating System Gets A 2018 Rerelease Date, And You Won't Need $10,000 To Buy It

The Computer History Museum will release Apple's Lisa operating system for free as an open source code in 2018. This will give users the chance to test out one of the first graphical user interfaces in history.

Apple December 28, 2017

Christmas Shoppers Wanted The Echo Dot And Made It The Top-Selling Amazon Product This Holiday

The Echo Dot was the best-selling product on Amazon this Christmas with millions sold. This just goes to show that smart speakers are all the rage.

Smart Home December 27, 2017

Galaxy Note 8's OIS Trounces The Competition: iPhone X, Pixel 2, And Mate 10 Pro Can't Compare

New videos show that the competition is no match for the Galaxy Note 8's OIS. In other words, rivals such as the iPhone X, Pixel 2, and Mate 10 Pro just got showed up.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech December 26, 2017

Is Touch ID More Secure Than Face ID? Apple Seems To Think So

From the look of things, Face ID is less secure compared to Touch ID. Apple seems to agree because it can't be used as an authentication method for the Ask to Buy feature.

Apple December 23, 2017

The Skull-Shaped Halloween Asteroid 2015 TB145 Is Returning In 2018

The skull-shaped asteroid that flew by Earth in Halloween 2015 is returning. Officially called 2015 TB145, the Halloween asteroid will come near Earth again in November 2018.

Space December 22, 2017

Confirmed: Apple Throttles iPhone Performance, But Not For The Reason You Think

It's now confirmed that iPhones slow down as they age, but it's to avoid random shutdown issues, and not to force users to upgrade. However, the fact remains: Apple is throttling iPhones.

Apple December 21, 2017

'123456' Is Still The Most Common Password In 2017, But The List Now Includes 'starwars'

The most common passwords are the most popular passwords, but they're also the worst passwords. Now the results are in for 2017, and that means you should never use any one of these combinations, especially '123456' and 'starwars.'

Security December 20, 2017

Buh-Bye, Ads: Google Chrome's Native Ad Blocker To Launch On Feb. 15

Google promised Chrome would get a native ad blocker 'in early 2018.' Now it has announced that it'll roll out the built-in feature that keeps bad advertisements at bay this Feb. 15.

Google December 20, 2017

Google Assistant For Android Now Responds To 'Hey Google'

You can now call Google Assistant on your Android phone using the hotword 'Hey Google.' That means you're no longer stuck with using the arguably awkward trigger phrase 'OK Google.'

Google December 19, 2017

Confirmed: Life On Earth Started At Least 3.5 Billion Years Ago

Scientists now have evidence that there was life on Earth before 3.5 billion years ago. The confirmation comes in the form of microfossils in a nearly 3.5-billion-year-old rock discovered in Australia.

Earth/Environment December 19, 2017

Overwatch Holiday Sale Drops The Standard Edition To $19.99, GOTY Edition To $29.99

'Overwatch' is on sale right now at 50 percent off. That brings the standard edition down to $19.99 from $39.99 and the Game of the Year Edition to $29.99 from $59.99.

Video Games December 18, 2017

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