If you are born after 1990, you might think that computer security was not a severe issue at the time when most of the people used DOS, and the internet was in its infancy. Still, that was not the case, as computer viruses had devastating effects, like Michelangelo which would activate itself on March 6 and would erase first one hundred sectors of a hard disc drive with nulls. Read More
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Apple has decided that it will be bringing back ‘Twitter For Mac’ App very soon after it had discontinued the App back in 2018. Since then, the Mac users have been without an official Twitter App that can be used directly without opening it on an iPhone. The company will be developing the new Twitter App under Project Catalyst for macOS 10.15 Catalina. Read More
Apple will be taking the podium at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California from June 3-7 to deliver this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference WWDC. This event will see developers coming in from around the globe to witness the launch of upcoming products and also gain a wider perspective on the company’s future. Read More
“There’s an app for that” is not a figurative statement.
Nowadays, it seems like there is literally an app for everything. But the best sportsbooks have been at the app game for a while; they are not newcomers to the mobile market.
Now that sports betting is becoming legal in various states across the US, it is more important than ever that sportsbooks have clean, user-friendly betting apps. Here are a few of the best (in no particular order) and why we like them. Read More
A new set of emojis have been included for the various platform that support them, with as may as 72 of them being approved by the Unicode Consortium. These include emojis for physically disabled people, service dogs, different kinds of objects, foods like onion, garlic, waffle, butter and many others. Read More
The only market where Apple has yet to make an impression is the headphones business where companies like Bose, Sony and Sennheiser are dominating since several years. The California tech giant is already working on the over-ear headphones and reports suggest that it will be likely launched in the second half of this year. Apple already owns Beats, which it took over back in 2014, thus giving the company an edge to be coming with it’s own set of wearable technology. Read More
DigiTimes, the Chinese daily newspaper company, has released new information on AirPods 2 and estimates that this wearable device will be launching before the second half of this year. AirPods were a big success for Apple, but the company has not revealed any details yet on the developments leading to AirPods 2. This leak surely gives us a clear idea on what Apple could be planning for the coming months and it could finally unveil the AirPods 2. Read More
Apple is planning to boost the front camera on the iPhone 2019 from the current 7 Mega Pixels to 10 Mega Pixels. This could be a good sign for things to come from the company and keep the overall standards high with the iPhone. Everyone who owns an iPhone loves clicking a selfie and this camera upgrade will certainly have an impact with the image quality and pack more resolutions than before. Read More
A new leak for the next generation of iPhones has come up online which gives us more insight into what’s in store for the potential future buyers. We are looking at a completely redesigned iPhone with the best in class camera technology that will likely be available by the end of next year. The leak speaks about the use of Sony’s 3D Camera sensors which has never been seen on an iPhone before and will probably bring in luck for the company in 2019. Read More
Samsung will be showcasing a new kind of OLED Panel for smartphones in 2019 which will have sound emerging from the display called as “Sound-On-Display“. This has never been introduced in a smartphone by the top brands and it will be interesting to see how the technology works. The smartphone companies are regularly trying newer things with the development of notches and displays while making the design stand out and Samsung surely doesn’t want to lag behind. Read More