Category: Technology (page 1 of 16)

Xbox Project Scarlett: Microsoft 5th gen console coming in 2020

Microsoft has announced that it is working on a next-generation Xbox Console that is four times more powerful than the Xbox One X, currently titled Project Scarlett. It will come with enough processing and graphic power to handle 8K and will also... Read More

What will happen to my music and movies?

Apple announced on Monday that it would phase out iTunes on its upcoming operating system in favor of three new apps: Music, TV and Podcasts.Though iTunes as we know it will be no more, you don’t have to worry about losing those iTunes... Read More

Google Cloud outage knocked a ton internet services offline in the US

A Google Cloud outage on Sunday plunged most of North America and some of Europe into the 1980s. Services like Gmail, Google’s G Suite, YouTube, chat service Discord, video service Vimeo, and social networking giant Snapchat faced downtime, as... Read More

The World’s Smartest Wallet, for the World’s Smartest Dad – @EksterWallets

This trackable RFID-blocking wallet provides the fastest card access to date and is solar-charged. After raising over $1M in their previous crowd-funding campaign, Ekster®, the world’s largest smart wallet brand, has launched their... Read More

igloohome Launches The World’s Most Versatile Smart Padlock

igloohome has officially launched its Smart Padlock, a versatile, remotely-managed security solution that provides owners with convenient access control to their properties and assets.  Featuring an innovative PIN code technology that allows... Read More

Robinhood Crypto Trading

Invitations to trade cryptocurrencies are rolling out now The first set of Robinhood customers can buy and sell Bitcoin and Ethereum with Robinhood Crypto, starting today. All your investments, commission-free, on one platform. In the... Read More

Steps to take before giving away, recycling or selling devices

Smart speakers have quickly become another way to gather information, listen to music and communicate with others to simplify our lives in our ever-more-connected world. It’s estimated that about 21% of people in the United States who are at... Read More

2019 Top Podcasting Apps

The best podcast apps do much more than just let you listen to your favorite podcasts. They can automatically download new episodes, manage your playlists, and suggest new shows you might find interesting. In short, when you use a premier podcast app,... Read More

Facebook warns advertisers about ‘Clear History’ tool

Facebook is preparing advertisers for the “clear history” tool that will let people erase their personal data from the social network, affecting ad targeting. On Tuesday, Facebook announced the long-awaited “clear history” feature would... Read More

Amazon’s Alexa Guard is coming soon

Amazon’s Alexa Guard feature is now rolling out in the US, following an invite-only preview that lasted a few months. This free update lets your Echo speaker listen for signs of danger in your home while you’re away. Sounds like glass breaking... Read More

WhatsApp wants users to upgrade app urgently

WhatsApp has urged its 1.5 billion users to upgrade the app after the Facebook-owned platform discovered a vulnerability that allowed a spyware to be installed on users’ phones via the app’s phone call function.  The... Read More

How You Connect to the Internet

Many people suggested using a virtual private network (VPN). We couldn’t agree more. Here at our office we use NordVPN because: It shields your browsing from hackers and surveillanceIt has Quick Connect buttons that make turning it... Read More

People Are Paying Cash For Android Apps At Their Local Shops

Buying an app on your phone is straightforward: You head to the App Store or Google Play, tap on the buy button, and have your credit card automatically charged when the app downloads. In emerging markets like India, a country where nearly everyone... Read More

Windows 10’s “Check for Updates” Button Just Got Safer

Microsoft promised to stop installing unstable updates when you click “Check for Updates” and now it’s delivering. Rather than automatically installing such updates, Windows gives you a “Download and install now” button. The button started... Read More

How’s Your IT Lingo?

We often use the terms switches, routers, and gateways when discussing IP networks. However, do you really know what characterizes each, and the ways in which they differ? When TCP/IP networks were new, there were typical classroom definitions.... Read More

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