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6 Top Software Solutions For Small Businesses

A small business has to be every bit as streamlined and diverse as a big business if it hopes to succeed these days. That often means that a single person has to wear many hats or that departments need to cross-pollinate ideas and resources. Small businesses certainly aren't the siloed, specialized machines that many big companies can afford to be, so they need all the help they can get.

Apps/Software June 21, 2019

Technology Assessment: Artificial Intelligence In The Medical Sector

Precise medicine with side effects: Project analyzes opportunities and challenges of combining artificial intelligence with modern human genomics and genome editing

June 21, 2019

No Chance for Data Leeches

KIT researchers have developed an app to protect mobile data without limiting the usability of popular apps

June 21, 2019

Discovery of a 'Holy Grail' with the Invention of Universal Computer Memory

A new type of computer memory which could solve the digital technology energy crisis has been invented and patented by scientists from Lancaster University in the UK.

Computers June 20, 2019

Multi-Mobile (M2) Computing System Makes Android And iOS Apps Sharable On Multiple Devices

The M2 system integrates cameras, displays, microphones, speakers, sensors, and GPS to improve audio conferencing, media recording, and Wii-like gaming, and allow greater access for disabled users.

June 20, 2019

A New Breed Of Russian Startups Make Their Debut In Silicon Valley

Watch out for these Russian startups!

Business Tech June 13, 2019

New Application Can Detect Twitter Bots In Any Language

A new application can detect Twitter bots independent of the language used.

June 13, 2019

Samsung Is Launching Its Upgraded Galaxy A Series Phones In The US

Samsung's new Galaxy A Series smartphones are landing on U.S. shores this summer. The Galaxy A50, Galaxy A20, and Galaxy A10e are set to arrive soon, starting at a price of $179.99.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech June 12, 2019

This Could Be What The Google Pixel 4 Looks Like

Renders of the Pixel 4 have allegedly been leaked. Apparently, Google's next-generation Pixel might have a square camera housing on the back, USB-C port, and under-display fingerprint reader.

Google June 11, 2019

Google Stadia Games, Price, And Release Date Revealed

During its Stadia Connect presentation, Google disclosed more info about its new cloud gaming platform. Particularly, it has revealed the release date, price, and games of Stadia.

Google June 6, 2019

iOS 13 Is Going To Improve Your iPhone's Battery Life By Not Fully Charging It

Apple's new 'Optimized Battery Charging' feature is set to help users extend the overall battery life of their iPhones. It's set to roll out this fall via iOS 13.

Apple June 5, 2019

Uber Eats Moves To The Main Uber App For Quicker Food Deliveries

Uber Eats is now available from the main Uber app. At least in some markets, customers can now order food without having to download the standalone Uber Eats app.

Apps/Software June 5, 2019

Yup, Apple Is Truly Selling A Monitor Stand For $999

Apple’s Pro Display XDR stand is a sleek, gorgeous hunk of metal that retails for $999. Yes, the price the iPhone X originally sold for in 2017.

Apple June 5, 2019

How To Install iOS 13 Right Now — Spoiler Alert: You Must Be A Developer

iOS 13 is here. Well, sort of — those enrolled in Apple’s Developer Program can now download and install the latest update, but it’s probably really buggy and sluggish at the moment.

Apps/Software June 5, 2019

You’re Going To See A Lot More Ads In Your Instagram Feed

Instagram will show you ads from influencer you don’t even follow. It’s part of its efforts to help business reach even more audiences on the platform than previous.

Apps/Software June 5, 2019

macOS Catalina Will Not Have A Dashboard Feature

One beloved but little-used feature on macOS is going away. macOS Catalina appears to be gutting Dashboard completely, but the change makes plenty of sense as it provides little function these days.

Apple June 5, 2019

Apple Says iTunes Will Stay Alive ... On Windows

iTunes is about to be broken into three separate apps on the macOS when Catalina rolls out. On the other hand, it's going to remain intact as a single app on the Windows platform, according to Apple.

Apple June 5, 2019

Apple Announces iOS 13, iPadOS 13: Is Your iPhone Or iPad Compatible?

Apple impressed the audience attending WWDC 2019 with the new iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 features. The question iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad users must be thinking now is whether their devices will be compatible with the new software updates.

Apple June 5, 2019

This iOS 13 Feature Will Allow iPhone Users To Block Every Robocall

iOS 13 is set to bring a lot of nifty new features to the iPhone this fall, such as the much-requested Dark Mode. Another that stands out is a new tool made to protect users from robocalls.

Apple June 4, 2019

Goodbye, Notch: Oppo And Xiaomi Hint At Under-Display Selfie Cameras

Oppo and Xiaomi may have just sped-up the death of the notch design. Both companies are teasing what appear to be phones with under-display cameras, but there’s no telling when either might be released.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech June 4, 2019

WWDC 2019: New ‘Find My’ Feature Can Track Your Apple Devices Even If They’re Offline

Apple has fused Find My iPhone and Find My Friends into a single app called Find My. With it, you’ll be able to track lost or stolen Apple devices even if they’re not connected to a Wi-Fi network.

Apple June 4, 2019

Google To Announce Stadia's Pricing, Games, And Launch Details

More details about Google's Stadia is about to be revealed. The company has announced Stadia Connect, an event where it's set to reveal the cloud gaming service's pricing, games, and launch details.

Google June 4, 2019

Microsoft Allegedly Working On Dual-Screen Surface Device

Microsoft has apparently been showing off a dual-screen Surface prototype to employees. It might even release this device sometime within the next six months, if rumors are to be believed.

Microsoft June 4, 2019

WWDC 2019: The Mac Pro Is Back And It’s Exactly What You Wished For

As promised, the new Mac Pro is here. Apple redesigned the machine inside and out, making what’s perhaps the biggest comeback in tech thus far.

Apple June 4, 2019

Apple Proves iPads Have Outgrown iOS With New iPadOS: How Is It Different?

Moving forward, iPads will no longer be running iOS. Instead, they’ll be powered by the new iPadOS, which caters to the tablet experience more specifically.

Apple June 4, 2019

Apple Announces macOS Catalina: Is Your Mac Compatible With The New Desktop OS?

As Apple announced at its 2019 Worldwide Developers Conference, its next desktop operating system is called macOS Catalina. It's compatible with a range of Mac devices, and it's coming with a lot of nifty features to boot.

Apple June 4, 2019

The 4 Best iOS 13 Features Apple Announced At WWDC 2019

The iPhone is about to get a whole lot better with iOS 13. As Apple announced during WWDC 2019, iOS users will soon get a dark mode, a new way to share audio, and more.

Apple June 3, 2019

Chrome To Lose Ad Blocking Capabilities: Here Are 3 Browser Alternatives Worth Considering

Soon enough, Google isn't allowing regular Chrome users to keep on using ad blockers. That said, it might be time to look for an alternative browser.

Internet June 3, 2019

Samsung Unveils Notebook 7 Force, The Perfect MacBook Pro Alternative

Samsung's new Notebook 7 lineup has been unveiled. Among them is the Notebook 7 Force, a laptop boasting an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 that could be an alternative to the MacBook Pro.

Computers June 3, 2019

Rumors Of Apple Killing iTunes Just Got More Real

Apple has started emptying out its social media pages for iTunes. At the time of writing, the Instagram and Facebook pages of the service have already been wiped.

Apple June 2, 2019

Samsung Is Developing Multiple VR And AR Devices

Multiple AR and VR devices from Samsung are coming soon, according to an executive from the company. It’s not clear if they’ll still be called Gear, though.

Gadgets June 3, 2019

Google Services Are Back After Widespread Outages

After suffering outages, a number of Google services are now online again. The issues affected not only Google’s apps, but a number of sites and services, too.

Google June 3, 2019

Use Google Search AR To See How Big Animals Actually Are

How large is a tiger? If your phone is compatible with ARCore or ARKit, you can see a life-sized version of it. There’ll be more animals and objects, too — soon, you’ll be able to look at sneakers.

Google June 3, 2019

Play Store Now Rolling Out Material Design Revamp: Check It Out

Play Store now has a fresh new look. At long last, Material Design has finally arrived on the service, dropping tired old design changes for a cleaner, less cluttered look and feel.

Google June 1, 2019

Spotify Working On Live Playlists You Can Create With Friends

Soon, it might be a lot easier to add tracks to a Spotify queue even if you’re not hosting it. Social Listening is a feature in-testing that will let you and friends collaborate on a shared queue.

Apps/Software June 1, 2019

Unknown ‘Media Device’ By Google Suddenly Shows Up On FCC

Per a new FCC filing, it appears Google is preparing an unknown media device. Speculation suggests it’s a new portable Nest smart home product, but no one knows for sure.

Google June 1, 2019

AirPods Getting Quieter? You Can Get A Free Replacement From Apple

If your AirPods has gotten noticeably quieter since you last purchased them, it might be a good idea to take them to the Apple Store to get them replaced. For free, by the way.

Apple June 1, 2019

It Appears Apple Is Really Killing iTunes, Marking The End Of An Era

All signs point to Apple finally pulling the plug on iTunes at WWDC 2019. In place of it will be a standalone Music app, which is said to retain many features iTunes currently offers.

Apple June 1, 2019

[Update: Limit Removed] iPhone's Cellular Download Limit Raised To 200 MB: What This Means For iOS Users

The cellular download limit for iPhones and iPads has been increased. Now iOS users can download apps below 200 MB even if they're not connected online using Wi-Fi.

Apple June 1, 2019

Google To No Longer Allow Regular Chrome Users To Use Ad Blockers

Google is set to implement changes on how Chrome extensions would work. By the same token, ad blocking on the browser will no longer be available to regular users.

Google May 31, 2019

Android Gamers Will Soon See Loot Box Odds As Google Updates Its Play Store Policy

The Google Play Store policy has been updated, requiring app publishers and developers to disclose the odds of getting items from loot boxes. Harsher restrictions on hate speech and sexual content are also rolling out.

Apps/Software May 31, 2019

Google Lens Will Show You Reviews If You Point Your Camera At A Menu

A feature that helps you pick dishes from a restaurant’s menu is launching soon on Google Lens. Meanwhile, Google Maps for Android now shows you a place’s most popular dishes.

Apps/Software May 31, 2019

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Won’t Have A Headphone Jack Or Physical Buttons

Samsung might be joining the no-headphone jack bandwagon soon. Rumors say the Galaxy Note 10 won’t have it, or any physical buttons, for that matter.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech May 31, 2019

Nreal Light AR Sunglasses Gets Right What Google Glass Got Wrong, Shipping This Year For $500

After impressing folks at this year’s CES, the Nreal Light is ready for primetime. The AR glasses are confirmed to ship later this year for a surprisingly low price of $500.

Wearable Tech May 31, 2019

Here Are 4 Ways To Limit Ad Tracking On Your iPhone

Ad tracking lets marketers and the like to determine what ads are most relevant to users, and no one's exactly safe from it, including iPhone users. However, there are ways to limit the user data they collect.

Apple May 30, 2019

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