Google Adds “Touch-To-Fill” Feature On Chrome To Make Auto-Filling Passwords More Convenient

Google announced a fresh update in the Chrome browser that will allow users to automatically enter saved passwords and credit card details into forms more comfortably and securely. The browser will now utilize biometric authentication technology to autofill credit card details without having to ask for the three-digit CVC each time. However, it will still ask you to provide CVC for the first time a card is used. Read More

iPhone 12 Release Date Postponed Due To Covid-19

The current news about the latest iPhone affirms that the smartphone’s release has been postponed further. Although, the reason behind the lag is still undisclosed and very little official information has been provided by the organization.

“As you know, last year we started selling iPhones in late September. This year, we expect supply to be available a few weeks later,” said Apple’s Chief Financial Officer Luca Maestri in an earning call. This indicates the new iPhones will be made available to consumers most likely in mid-October. Read More

Google Unveils An “Ads Transparency Spotlight” Extension For Chrome

Google will offer the most advanced tools to equip users with added information about the ads that they see, continuing with its attempts to become more transparent and expand privacy choices. Adding to its pre-existing feature of ‘Why this ad?’ the company is launching a new tool named ‘About this ad’, which will show users the verified name of the sponsor. Read More

Understanding Online Gambling Adjustments


The recent pandemic has led to a huge surge in new players in online casinos and betting sites, and as sporting events begin to return across the world it’s expected that this number will only continue to grow and that many of these players will be retained. During this period of time there have been a number of restrictions put in place in an effort to reduce the number of problem players that may use these sites – it may be important to understand what these restrictions are and how you can work around them to continue to play on these sites. Read More

Google One Offers Free Phone Backups To Entice Non-Paying Users To Get The App

Google is offering a free phone backup feature for Google One users as part of a more extensive update to the app. The feature will allow users to clean up files across Google Photos, Google Drive, and Gmail through the Google One app.
“Automatic phone backup will be available on Android phones, even if you don’t have a Google One membership. And if you have an iPhone, we’re introducing a new iOS app that lets you store photos, videos, contacts, and calendar events with Google,” Google announced in an official blog post. Read More

Netflix Reaches One Billion Installs Milestone On The Google Play Store

With a large part of the world’s population stuck indoors due to the coronavirus pandemic, video streaming platforms have witnessed a notable uptake in usage, especially Netflix. The Netflix app for Android has now attained an extraordinary 1 billion installs milestone on the Google Play Store, making it the most sought-after streaming service after YouTube. Read More

OnePlus 8T Spotted On GeekBench With A New Chip And 8GB RAM

The OnePlus Nord recently made its appearance, and stories of new OnePlus phones have already started swirling around. The Chinese company usually follows a tradition of launching its ‘T’ devices around October or November. The next set of phones from the company is presumed to be ‘T,’ which is why this could be the upcoming OnePlus 8T or the 8T Pro. Read More

Google Stadia Tests 4G And 5G Game Streaming By Making Users Part Of The Experiment

Google has declared a brand-new Stadia experiment that allows users to play games on mobile devices over 4G and 5G cellular networks. The test went live on Tuesday and has started appearing for users. Heretofore, subscribers had to stay connected to steady Wi-Fi in order to use the game-streaming service on Android devices. Read More

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Google Play Store Eliminates 29 Adware Filled Apps

Google keeps eliminating apps from the Play Store that do not adhere to the guidelines. Some of these apps were removed due to orders by the Indian Government while others were banned worldwide as they failed to meet Google’s directives. The tech goliath has now removed 29 more apps consisting of adware that was identified by White Ops’ Satori threat intelligence team as a part of their “CHARTREUSEBLUR” investigation. Read More

The Real Losers Of The Smartphone Wars

We’re becoming increasingly reliant on our smartphones for our day to day, from utility such as paying our bills and checking our bank account, to more active use as they have become keys for our cars – increasingly we see that they’re also being used as a primary entertainment device too as live streaming video and music have taken over and mobile gaming continues to be the most popular platform too, another surge is very much on its way as major sporting events begin to return bringing back the popular use for sports betting on our mobile devices despite recent adjustments to regulation to make it more difficult for growing numbers of players to participate, Max give a great non gamstop list available for this very purpose – but as we begin to rely more on our devices, we’re more willing to pay the price of upgrading where possible for new features and advancements – and there’s only one loser to these smartphone wars, the users themselves. Read More