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Windows 10 Calculator App To Add Graphing Mode

Microsoft engineers are expected to add a graphing mode on the Windows 10 Calculator app in the hopes of providing users with a great baseline graphing calculator experience. The said update will allow users to graph multiple equations.

Microsoft March 25, 2019

Hackers Who Cracked Tesla Model 3 Security In Competition Win Electric Car And $375K

Tesla awarded a group of hackers an electric car and $375,000 after it successfully exposed the vulnerabilities of the Tesla Model 3. The hackers used a JIT bug in the renderer to penetrate the infotainment system of the vehicle.

Car Tech March 24, 2019

Isabelle Of 'Animal Crossing' Joins The 'Super Smash Bros. Ultimate' Roster: Yes, Really

Gaming connoisseurs are set to get the best of both worlds as Isabelle of 'Animal Crossing' joins the 'Super Smash Bros. Ultimate' roster. The 'Super Smash Bros. Ultimate' will unwrap later this year.

Video Games September 16, 2018

Google Employees Resign In Protest Of Project Dragonfly, A Censored Search Engine For China

Seven employees abandoned their jobs at Google in protest of the company's project known as 'Project Dragonfly.' The project was crafted to eradicate content that China's government views as sensitive.

Google September 16, 2018

Kano Computer Kit Touch Now Available For $280: Teach Kids To Code With DIY Touchscreen Computer

A year after it unwrapped an extensive build-it-yourself computer, Kano has managed to step up its game after including a touchscreen on the 'Kano Computer Kit Touch'. The Kano Computer Kit Touch is now made available for $279.99

Computers September 14, 2018

OnePlus 6T Will Drop The Headphone Jack In Exchange For Better Battery Life And New USB-C Headphones

In a shocking move that could change the complexion of their company, OnePlus cofounder Carl Pei announced that the OnePlus 6T won't come with a headphone jack. Pei added that its new device will have an improved battery life.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech September 14, 2018

Instagram Offers Support Against Opioid Addiction When Users Search For Drugs

Instagram is bolstering its hands-on assistance to people crossing swords with drug addiction. The popular social media app recently added a 'pop-up' about opioid addiction support if users search for certain hashtags.

Apps/Software September 13, 2018

Microsoft To Suggest Windows 10 Users To Stick With Edge When Downloading Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox

Microsoft tested a 'warning' when users try to install Firefox or Chrome on Windows 10. The prompt, which drew some backlash online, will be live in the October update of Windows 10.

Microsoft September 13, 2018

'Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4' Blackout Beta Now Online: Battle Royale Mode Looks To Challenge 'PUBG' And 'Fortnite'

Renowned video game 'Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4' unveiled its battle royale mode known as 'Blackout.' Blackout, which is an 80-player last man standing mode, is currently available in early beta for PlayStation 4 gamers.

Video Games September 12, 2018

EA Faces Criminal Investigation In Belgium Over 'FIFA 18' And 'FIFA 19' Loot Boxes

The Brussels public prosecutor's office has initiated a criminal investigation against Electronic Arts after it failed to comply with Belgium's anti-gambling laws. It can be recalled that the video game publisher refused to remove 'loot boxes' from its football series.

Video Games September 12, 2018

Meet The Sphero Bolt: A Programmable Robotic Ball That Wants To Teach Kids To Code

Sphero took another step in their commitment to producing high-quality education products after it released the 'Sphero Bolt' on Monday. The Sphero Bolt, which features an 8 x 8 LED screen, is now available for $149.99.

Gadgets September 11, 2018

Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100 Unveiled: Here's How It Will Make Wear OS Smartwatches Better

More than two years after it released a smartwatch chip, Qualcomm finally broke its silence after it unveiled the 'Wear 3100'. The Wear 3100 can also be integrated with Google Wear OS.

Wearable Tech September 11, 2018

Microsoft Will Charge Monthly Fees For Companies That Keep Windows 7 Beyond 2020

Microsoft announced that it will continue offering 'Windows 7 Extended Security Updates' after its retirement date. Presently, there are approximately 184 million commercial PCs, which are still running Windows 7.

Microsoft September 10, 2018

The 2020 Kia Telluride Makes Splashy Debut At New York Fashion Week

Kia took everyone's breath away when it unveiled the '2020 Kia Telluride' at the New York Fashion Week. The company said that the Telluride will have a seating capacity of up to eight passengers.

Car Tech September 10, 2018

Microsoft Surface Plus Program Killed, Just A Year After Launch

Microsoft announced on Friday that it will discontinue its 'Surface Plus Program'. The Surface Plus Program was released last year in the hopes of providing customers and businesses with a cost-effective Surface device.

Microsoft September 3, 2018

The Huawei AI Cube Is An Alexa-Powered Google Home Clone That's Also A 4G Router

Chinese technology company Huawei released its first smart speaker known as the AI Cube on Friday at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin, Germany. The AI Cube will be distributed in Europe at the end of the year.

Smart Home September 3, 2018

New Twitter Features Being Tested: Threaded Replies And Online Status Indicator

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and product head Sara Haider tested the microblogging platform's 'Threaded Replies' and 'Online Status Indicator' features on Friday. Haider mentioned that the said features are set to make Twitter more conversational.

Apps/Software September 3, 2018

GoPro Hero 7 Leaked By Store Display: Here's What We Know About The New Action Camera

Images of the 'GoPro Hero 7' circulated after it was leaked in the manner of a store display. The GoPro Hero 7 is expected to be unveiled later this month.

Gadgets September 3, 2018

This Is The MagicScroll: A Rollable Touchscreen Tablet Inspired By Ancient Scrolls

Research scientists of Queen's University's Human Lab etched their names in science history after it created the MagicScroll. The MagicScroll, which was inspired by ancient scrolls, is the world's first rollable touchscreen tablet.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech September 1, 2018

Mozilla Firefox Will Soon Block Ad Trackers By Default, To Protect User Privacy And Improve Page Load Speed

Mozilla announced on Thursday that its 'Firefox browser' will soon block web trackers by default to improve performance. Web trackers are chiefly used for targeted advertising and broad user data collection.

Apps/Software September 1, 2018

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