Some 16inch MacBook Pro Users Encounter Issues While Charging

Certain users of the 16-inch version of MacBook Pro have been facing issues related to charging. According to them, the issue seems to stem from charging the device using the MagSafe 3 connector. When the MacBook Pro is charged while having the device lid closed, it appears that the device gets charged a significantly less amount. While this issue is not prevalent in all devices of this model, it is widespread enough to warrant concern.

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Some Users Claim they cannot Charge their Pixel 6 on Low Quality USB-C Cables

As with any new product launch, the new Google Pixel 6 series also comes with its own baggage of unexpected problems and malfunctions that can make users quiet frustrated with their device. The issue reported by some users this week is the the Google Pixel 6 and the Pixel 6 Pro’s inability to charge when connected to certain charging cables. The common factor in all the reports appears to be the quality of the charging cable used.

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Bank Credentials Stealing Apps Were Reportedly Downloaded 300,000 Times on Google Play Store

According to reports published by ThreatFabric, android apps on Google Play Store which stole banking details had more than 300,000 downloads by unsuspecting users. These seemingly harmless apps masqueraded as QR scanners, cryptocurrency wallets, and PDF scanners, and maliciously stole sensitive financial data. User details like passwords, two-factor authentication codes, users’ logged keystrokes, and much more ended up getting stolen by these apps which mainly fall under four families of malware, namely Anatsa, Alien, Hydra, and Ermac. Google has been trying to combat this issue with their introduction of a number of restrictions which are aimed at curbing the distribution of such apps. This, in turn, has prompted the development of ingenious methods of bypassing Google Play Store security restrictions by the minds behind these malwares.

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Apple May Abandon iPhone Devices in 10 Years: Kuo

Apple analyst and industry insider Ming-Chi Kuo has predicted that with the company’s recent investments in the research and development surrounding Apple’s AR and VR headset, Apple may stop focusing on their iPhone devices. The much anticipated AR and VR headset, likely to release in the fourth quarter of 2022, is set to replace the iPhone devices over the next decade, according to Kuo. The future of Apple’s devices is ambitiously expected to be Augmented Reality (AR), and the popular iPhone devices will become obsolete over the course of the next ten years, according to him.

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Wireless Charging Technology by Apple Reportedly in Development

It has been reported that Apple is currently working on a charger that will enable users to simultaneously charge multiple devices such as AirPods, an Apple Watch, and an iPhone. This device is expected to be the successor of AirPower by Apple. AirPower was never released despite having been unveiled in September of 2019. Instead, failing to meet the high standards expected by Apple devices, it was discontinued. The AirPower was supposed to be a Qi charger resembling a mat. Theoretically, it was expected to be able to charge at least three Apple devices. Last year, the Cupertino company introduced a new iteration of the wireless charger with MagSafe, released with their iPhone 12 devices.

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Apple AR Headset Likely to Release in 2022: Reports

After ten years’ worth of research, Apple’s Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality headset is set to launch soon. Although the tech giant is yet to confirm it, reportedly hundreds of Apple employees are currently part of a secret research unit dedicated to this device. Apple’s much anticipated AR and VR headset is expected to be released in the fourth quarter of 2022, according to industry expert Ming-Chi Kuo. According to him, Apple will likely be selling over a billion Augmented Reality supporting devices over the course of the next decade.

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How the Mobile Gambling Market Increased Popularity of Online Casinos

Mobile Gambling Market

In a recent report, a mobile gambling market was found to have grown massively in 5 years. More people are using their smartphones and tablets to gamble on games like poker or blackjack. The gambling industry has seen an increase in popularity with the rise of new technology and mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. The growth has been so significant that it is expected to continue for at least the next five years.

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Top 5 Photo Editing Apps on Google Play Store

In the age of selfies and social media, clicking and posting photos has become common practice for most smartphone users. However, the ever evolving and changing camera technologies being introduced to smartphones has resulted in a reality where the same photo can appear in varying permutations of light and shadow based on the features and settings of a camera, necessitating the use of photo editing apps to adjust the brightness, shadows, highlights, contrasts, and other aspects of a photograph. Luckily, the Google Play Store offers a plethora of free photo editing apps for its users. Here is our list of the top five photo editing apps on the Google Play Store.

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Niantic Teams Up with Fold for Bitcoin Metaverse

Niantic, the company that developed the famous Augmented Reality (AR) game titled Pokémon Go, and Fold, a payments company, have partnered up in order to create a new AR based “gaming” experience which enables users to earn Bitcoins. Fold announced the partnership in a press release, calling the experience “an alternative vision for the metaverse” which, according to them, “promotes human freedom and happiness through bitcoin and fun.” They have now begun rolling out a limited beta of the experience within the Fold App. Fold already provides its users with various ways to earn Bitcoin on their mobile app. The company claims that this is just a natural of the current experience.

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