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Apple Wants To Prevent Apps From Tricking Users Into Signing Up For Subscriptions

Apple is putting a stop to deceptive iOS apps that trick users into subscriptions. Developers now have to make the pricing and terms of purchase on their apps crystal clear to users.

Tech January 28, 2019

Chrome OS Instant Tethering Now Works With Other Android Phones

Chromebook users might soon be able to use the Instant Tethering feature with other non-Google Android phones. Currently, Instant Tethering only works with Nexus and Pixel phones.

Tech January 29, 2019

Rumor: Apple Working On Netflix-Like Video Game Streaming Service

Apple is rumored to be meeting developers for a potential cloud-based video game streaming service. Details are scarce, but it’ll apparently work similarly to Netflix.

Tech January 29, 2019

Microsoft’s Upcoming E3 Will Be Its Biggest Yet, Says Xbox Chief

Microsoft has big plans for this year’s E3. With Sony and Nintendo out of the way, it stands a chance to make a really big splash by announcing major titles and perhaps even successors to the Xbox One.

Tech January 28, 2019

Pixel 3's Latest Ad Picks On iPhone's Low-Light Capabilities

Google has once again proven its flagship phone’s power when it comes to taking quality images. In an ad, the company highlights a camera feature that sets the Pixel 3 apart from the 'Phone X.'

Tech January 28, 2019

Here’s How Microsoft Plans To Keep Windows 10 Always Updated, And You Won’t Like It

Reserved Storage is an upcoming Windows 10 feature that reserves 7 GB of storage to ensure the operating system is always up to date. But is it really necessary?

Tech January 28, 2019

Google Might Be Working On Face ID Feature For Android Q

A feature similar to Face ID might be on the next major version of Android Q. If true, this will help phone manufacturers in a lot of ways.

Tech January 28, 2019

Apple To Sell Budget iPads Soon, But Without Face ID

There are references in the code for iOS 12.2 that suggests Apple will soon release a new low-cost iPad. But don’t expect it to have premium features such as slimmer bezels and Face ID.

Tech January 28, 2019

Windows 7's Windows Media Player, Windows Media Center To Lose A Feature

Windows Media Player in Windows 7 is going to lose a feature. The same also goes with Windows Media Center across Windows 7, 8, and 8.1.

Tech January 27, 2019

Facebook’s Merger Is Causing Privacy Concerns Among Regulators

Facebook is once again facing privacy issues. After reports surfaced about the company’s plan to merge its messaging apps, lawmakers are now raising concerns on how it’ll affect users’ privacy.

Tech January 28, 2019

Samsung To Replace Plastic Packaging With Sustainable Materials

Samsung announced that it will be starting to ditch plastic packaging for its products starting the first half of this year. Chargers of smartphones will have a matte finish instead of the glossy aesthetic.

Tech January 28, 2019

Mark Zuckerberg Defends Facebook, Says It Doesn’t Sell User Data

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg thinks people distrust Facebook because they don’t understand how it operates. He also clarified that the company doesn’t sell user data to advertisers.

Tech January 26, 2019

You’ll See Less And Less Conspiracy Theory Videos, Says YouTube

YouTube has now confirmed that it’ll be making changes so people don’t get as much recommendations for extremist content. But is it really as simple as that?

Tech January 26, 2019

Facebook Wants To Combine Messenger, Instagram, And WhatsApp: Here’s What That Means

If not by the end of this year, nearly all of major apps owned by Facebook will have a unified messaging system by early 2020. They’ll have end-to-end encryption as well, as so ordered by CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

Tech January 26, 2019

New iPad Mini 5, 10-Inch iPad Could Be In Apple's Pipeline

Apple could soon launch new iPad models in March. The company made two filings for 'tablet computers' recently, and they're believed to be the iPad mini 5 and 10-inch iPad.

Tech January 25, 2019

Someone Cracked The Google I/O Puzzle: Event Starts May 7

A developer solved Google’s cryptic post about this year’s I/O, which will apparently take place in May. Google chief Sundar Pichai later on confirmed the event details.

Tech January 26, 2019

10 Things You Must Know About CompleteAutoReports

Complete Auto Reports (CAR) is a top-ranked shop management software that brings much needed technology to the auto repair industry in a format that is user friendly, intuitive, and cost-effective. Businesses can streamline their administrative processes by scheduling appointments digitally, organizing them as service requests, managing frequently accessed vendors, researching resources, and tracking technician time through their intuitive console. On the consumer side, you can build trust through transparency, allowing customers to input unique vehicle information, approve or deny service requests, receive real time notifications of progress with pictures, and reminders about important legal documents that may be expiring.

Tech January 31, 2019

Microsoft Office Finally Comes To Mac App Store

As Microsoft promised, Office 365 subscriptions are now available on the Mac App Store. The package was previously available to download from Microsoft’s website, but now the process is integrated into one seamless experience.

Tech January 25, 2019

Apple May Soon Be Making Its Own Batteries

Apple hired a Samsung SDI official who used to be in charge of new innovations of battery technology. This left people asking if the Cupertino, California-based company is eyeing an in-house production of batteries.

Tech January 25, 2019

Twitter Tests 'Original Tweeter' Label To Tag Users Who Start A Thread

Twitter tests a new update that helps users figure out who started a thread. The 'Original Tweeter' label will now appear beside a username, though only a limited number of users can see it for now.

Tech January 25, 2019

Hands-Free ‘Hey Siri’ Voice Commands Reportedly Included In Second-Gen AirPods

The first beta of iOS 12.2 hints that AirPods 2 is coming soon. A refresh of Apple’s ultra-popular wireless headphones, which came out over two years ago, is long overdue.

Tech January 25, 2019

Motorola Leaks Its Full Moto G7 Lineup Ahead Of February Launch

The Moto G7, G7 Play, G7 Power, and G7 Plus will make the Moto G7 line when it’s unveiled this February. Motorola jumped the gun thanks to this recent leak, revealing the phones’ design and specs.

Tech January 25, 2019

Battery Wearable Strap Air.Wear Promises To Fix AirPods Issues

A wearable battery strap for the AirPods called Air.Wear is up on Indiegogo. Aiming to 'replace the case,' it promises added portability and to fully charge the wireless earbuds up to four times.

Tech January 24, 2019

This Might Be Your First Proper Look At The Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus

Here are the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus, leaked in full. Of course, they’re only alleged leaks, but tech leaks, more often than not, end up being authentic, so consider this a first look at Samsung’s 2019 flagships.

Tech January 24, 2019

Facebook To Discontinue Moments Next Month Due To Low Usage

Facebook’s Moments app will stop working on Feb. 25. The social media company has created a site where anyone who used the app can save and export photos until May.

Tech January 25, 2019

Top 5 Best Instant Messenger For Businesses In 2019

Communication has been the top beneficiary of advancements in telecommunication technology. The digital age has made communication probably the easiest and most interesting phenomenon.

Tech January 25, 2019

LG Says ‘Goodbye Touch,’ Hints At Gestures For Next Flagship Phone

LG hints that it’s going to go big on gesture-based control for its next flagship phone. More details will likely come out as Mobile World Congress inches closer.

Tech January 24, 2019

Amazon Deploys ‘Sidewalk Drones’ As Part Of New Delivery Service

Scout are sidewalk delivery drones Amazon is now using as part of a small test. Will they replace normal delivery methods in the not-so-distant future? Time will tell.

Tech January 24, 2019

Microsoft Bing Allegedly The Latest Victim In The ‘Great Firewall’ Of China

Bing is the latest serviced based in America to get banned in China. Microsoft has so far been playing nice with the country’s internet policies, but something apparently had to give.

Tech January 24, 2019

Apple Thinks iPhone Demand Will Increase Because Of Climate Change: Wait, What?

Global warming will make people realize iPhones are super useful, which will increase their demand. It’s not just Apple that stands to benefit in this global disaster, though.

Tech January 24, 2019

Meet Meizu Zero: First Smartphone Without Buttons, Speaker Holes, SIM Card Slot, And Charging Port

Meizu's Zero is touted as the world's first holeless smartphone. At that, it doesn't have buttons, speaker holes, a SIM card slot, or even a charging port.

Tech January 24, 2019

Microsoft's Edge Mobile Browser Gets Built-In Tool That Fights Against Fake News

The new feature on Microsoft's mobile version of Edge now has a built-in fake news filter. Called NewsGuard, it warns users whether a news website it trustworthy or not.

Tech January 23, 2019

Over 3 Million Supporters Are Now On Patreon Funding 100,000 Content Creators

Patreon has reached a milestone. Within a year, the membership service has gained a million patrons supporting more than a hundred thousand content creators on its platform.

Tech January 24, 2019

Apple MacBook ‘Flexgate’ Problem: Are You Affected?

Apple now potentially faces a new controversy nicknamed ‘flexgate.’ It refers to MacBook Pro models 2016 and above whose displays worsen overtime and show uneven, spotted backlighting.

Tech January 23, 2019

iPhone Will Say Goodbye To LCD In 2020: Hello, OLED

Apple will move to OLED displays come 2020, according to a new report. That means no more iPhone models with LCDs in two years, and perhaps no more ‘budget’ models, either.

Tech January 23, 2019

How To Share Your Binge-Watching Sessions On Netflix As An Instagram Story

Netflix just made it easier to share on Instagram what show or movie a person is currently watching. Sharing a Netflix title as an Instagram Story is now just a few clicks away.

Tech January 23, 2019

Acer Unwraps 3 New Educational Laptops: Chromebook 512, Chromebook 512 Spin, And TravelMate B114

Acer has unveiled three new educational laptops at Bett Show 2019 in London. The lineup includes the Chromebook 512, Chromebook 512 Spin, and the TravelMate B114.

Tech January 22, 2019

Google Donates Millions, Machine Learning Tools To Wikipedia

To help expand free access to knowledge, Google is donating $2 million to the Wikimedia Foundation. Machine learning and other tools will also be provided to make more diverse Wikipedia content.

Tech January 23, 2019

Classic Google Hangouts Will Begin To Say Goodbye In October

Google announced that Hangouts for G Suite customers will be bidding adieu this October. As for other consumers, it is expected that the same will happen by 2020.

Tech January 23, 2019

Google's Phishing Quiz Wants To Teach You How To Avoid Phishing Scams

Google's Jigsaw unit published a phishing quiz online to teach users how to spot phishing emails. It's designed with the latest tricks and techniques that cybercriminals use nowadays

Tech January 22, 2019

Twitter For Web Gets A Redesign: Simplified View, Emoji Button, And More

Twitter’s desktop version is getting a makeover. The micro-blogging site just rolled out an update that has new features such as keyboard shortcuts and an emoji button.

Tech January 23, 2019

Google Fined Nearly $57 Million For Violating GDPR In France

France's CNIL slapped Google with nearly $57 million fine for violating Europe’s new data privacy rules. It is the biggest GDPR fine issued since the regulations took effect in May last year.

Tech January 22, 2019

The End Of Windows 10 Mobile: Microsoft Tells Users To Switch To iOS Or Android

Microsoft is pulling the plug on Windows 10 Mobile, and now it tells users to turn to iOS and Android instead. The company will no longer support the mobile OS come Dec. 10.

Tech January 22, 2019

Samsung Galaxy S10's Pricing Revealed In Alleged Leak: $885 Starting Price, 1TB Storage, And More

An alleged Samsung Galaxy S10 leak gives insight into the potential pricing of the smartphone. If the info is correct, then the company's 2019 flagship lineup could start at around $885.

Tech January 21, 2019

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