Top Technologies For Students In 2020

The use of technology in education has gained popularity in recent years. Technologies never replace teachers but improve the learning process, enabling students to engage more in educational activities. Students are benefiting from the incorporation of emerging technologies and innovations in the learning. Here are some technological resources for you: Read More

Best Apps And Online Services To Help In Studying

Technology is advancing at such a rate that other means of learning cannot push students to their potential. The development of applications, internet, and online services offers platforms for learning, sharing information, and interacting. Smartphones, tablets, and laptops will help you achieve learning goals using these apps and websites. Read More

Plant Nanny 2 Review – Drink Water In Real Life, Feed Plants In Game

Drinking water is the best and easiest way to maintain your health, but not everyone drinks enough water throughout the entire day. Our hectic schedule has made it impossible to remember that drinking water helps you lose weight, keep your kidneys in shape, reduce blood pressure, lubricate the joints, flushes body waste, resolves constipation and keep the skin in good condition. But there is a way to remember to drink water regularly, and that way is Plant Nanny. Read More

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Google Won’t Be Doing Any April Fools This Year

COVID-19 or Coronavirus had a huge impact on this year’s business in more ways than you can imagine. Every year in the month of April, there is a tradition in all tech companies to come up with some sort of a prank. But this year, Google has decided not to participate in such a tradition. This is due to the global coronavirus outbreak. An insider said that an e-mail was sent to all employees stating that the company would not be participating in any kind of April fool activity. It also mentioned that they should be respectful and save their jokes for next April. The world is still fighting an enemy, which is Corona Virus and a tech giant like Google has decided to avoid any jokes or pranks. Google looks forward to a bright future ahead of humanity. Read More

New Apple Watches To Have Touch-ID And More

This September, Apple is planning to showcase its iPhone 12, but with that, the new generation of Apple Watches will be on display. This generation of the Apple Watch will be called Series 6. It will be superior to Series 5 in terms of technology, as it is rumoured that it will feature Blood-Oxygen sensing. It will be featuring Touch-ID on the digital crown. Read More

WHO’s Corona Virus App Leaked

WHO already arrived on WhatsApp for updates on Corona Virus and now we have leaked pictures of an official WHO Corona Virus App making its way on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. The App will be dubbed “WHO MyHealth” and will make way on the App Store, Play Store and also offer a web based version. Read More

Apple’s iPhone 12 To Be Delayed

Apple will most likely delay the launch for its iPhone 12 5G because of the global supply chain issues the company is facing. A slowing demand and a lack of customer response will force the company to possibly extend the launch of the 5G iPhone 12 which it planned for September 2020.

Apple is very particular and wants its first 5G iPhone to be a hit. While China will be able to produce the capacity that Apple is looking at, Apple does not want a slow demand for the iPhone to affect its launch.

Three Tech Accessories You Need for Remote Work

Everyday technology connects us. In this time of increased digital presence and work from home culture, you must have everything you need to succeed in the digital space.

Technology gives us a way to get the job done. But without the right tools and additions to your setup, basic tech can only take you so far. That’s why we’re suggesting the three best accessories you need for your gear, whether you’re on the go or working from home. Read More

Is The New iPad Pro With Trackpad Moving Towards Becoming A MacBook?

Apple’s Senior Vice President for Software Engineering, Craig Federighi just presented the new iPad Pro 2020 trackpad and keyboard functionality which brings up the question – isn’t the new iPad Pro just becoming another MacBook with very little differentiation between the two product lines?

Craig demonstrates the brilliant new functionality of Magic Keyboard that comes with a built in trackpad for the iPad Pro. It allows users to get a complete MacBook like trackpad experience on an iPad. Apple has built in complete cursor support for the iPad which flows seamlessly. Read More