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Windows 10 Will Show New Features in Settings It’s always noticeable when your PC requires some time before shutting down to install some updates. But what exactly does this update bring? With the... Continue Reading WhatsApp Declares War on Viral COVID-19 Fakes and Other Scam While in other times, misinformation can lead you to some losses, under the COVID-19 outbreak it can be lethal – for yourself or for those... Continue Reading Safari Updated for Users to Control Cookie Policy It has become commonplace for third-party companies to collect data through users’ browsers. Cross-platform ones like Firefox and Chrome used to have special extensions to... Continue Reading iOS 14 Will Bring the Updated “Find My” App with New Features The “Find My” app has its abrupt name for a reason. Now it stands for the two apps iOS used to offer, named “Find My... Continue Reading Google Introduces Braille Keyboard on Android Another enhancement to Android is implemented to meet the needs of users suffering from visual impairment. Now, to improve their user experience, Android phones and... Continue Reading Apple and Google Join Forces to Trace COVID-19 with a Mobile App It takes a very special occasion to drive Apple and Google to work on a project together. COVID-19 outbreak is just that type. Together they... Continue Reading Google Translate New Transcription Feature For Android Recently, the ability to create subtitles and translate them on the go has become popular in several Google applications, and now it has been added... Continue Reading Microsoft Teams Down While People Worldwide Work Remotely Microsoft Teams presented in 2016 is a collaboration software (video conferencing, chats, file sharing, and collaboration in numerous applications and programs), and the main competitor... Continue Reading My App Addiction: Why We Never Try Something New From Google Play? As they say: the older the wine, the better it tastes. But what about mobile apps? Do they become better as they age? Maybe they... Continue Reading Microsoft Brings Mobile Apps to Desktop Right from the Phone Though now Microsoft has officially given up its Windows Phone OS, the idea of integrating desktop and mobile experience is still alive and inspiring. Instead... Continue Reading