Microsoft release new Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17650 (RS5) Skip Ahead build to Insiders
Microsoft has just released a new Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17650 (RS5) to Windows Insiders who opted in to Skip Ahead. The new build brings the following changes and improvements. Windows Defender Security Center gets a Fl...
LinkedIn’s auto-fill plugin could have been leaking your private data
A security researcher has found that LinkedIn’s AutoFill plugin is vulnerable to leaking member data, including name, email address, location, phone number and where you work if the site using the feature is vulnerable to cr...
Microsoft has finally run out of Windows Phone stock
It has been almost three years since Microsoft launched the last Lumia branded Windows Phone. While the Redmond giant has completely cut off ties with mobile hardware, we saw third-party OEMs like HP launch Windows Phone. The last...
Twitter’s progressive web app gets another update, this time with live tiles
Twitter for Windows 10 has been updated silently once more. As it is a progressive web-app, developers need not update it via the Microsoft Store, but can do so remotely on a server like they would a regular web-app. This time, th...
Satya Nadella on Time Magazine’s Top 100 Most Influential People list
Love him or hate him, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has been very effective at the helm of the Seattle software giant, and under his leadership, the company has gone from strength to strength, if not always in the direction its fans...
Map selection is coming to PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds will soon give players a choice on where they compete for that coveted chicken dinner. The PC version of PUBG is getting map selection, a feature that’s been highly requested for a while b...
The new iPhone might start at $550, come with Dual-Sim
Apple might be launching its first dual-sim iPhone this year, at a low price point of $550. This is part of an effort by the firm to gain market and shales share in China, according to KGI Securities Apple Analyst Ming-Chi Kho. ...
ChromeOS will soon ape Windows 10’s notification center
Google is working on an extensive Chrome OS redesign as it prepares to launch Android Oreo this year. Now, screenshots of a new action centre style for the OS have leaked, and it looks quite familiar. As you can see from the scr...
Iran might be the next to ban Telegram after Russia
Shortly after a similar ban by Russia last week, Iran may be moving to effect a ban on the Telegram messaging service. According to a report by the Guardian, the middle-eastern country is on the verge of banning the service in the...
Yahoo rolls out a plethora of changes with the latest update
Recently we reported that Google is working on revamping the Gmail experience with new changes and features. It looks like Google isn’t the only company planning to roll out new features and changes. Yahoo has just rolled ou...
Intel shutters Augmented Reality division after failed spin-off, dooming Superlight glasses
We reported close to 3 months ago on a rumour, via Bloomberg, that Intel was set to spin out a new smart glasses company with plans to bring its Superlight laser-projection-based headset wearable to the market. Intel was said to ...
Review: Claybook, Conan Exiles, and Deep Rock Galactic — Xbox Game Preview
by Xian He
New games release on Xbox One every week and it can be difficult keeping track of them all, especially during the spring when so many blockbuster titles are taking up people’s attention with their expansive marketing campaigns. ...
Microsoft’s latest Windows 10 Spring Creators Update RTM candidate may have its own serious bug
Microsoft has been having some trouble getting the Spring Creators Update to end users, with the last candidate, Build 17133, having issues with BSOD. This was replaced with 17134, which is currently being rested by Windows 10 I...
OneNote is getting faster sync between clients this year
OneNote is getting faster sync between clients this year, Microsoft revealed today. in a blog post. NEW! Warp-speed sync coming soon to the #OneNote app, Web, Mac, iOS, and Android. See example below, more at the blog: #edtech #el...
Facebook is testing a way to let users turn Premieres into live shows
Facebook is making Facebook Live more attractive for creators who want to push out ore-created content. For instance, one might want to debut a new movie or game program on Facebook Live, but it is impossible to do so as the fir...
Google’s poor curation led to fake ad-blockers in Chrome
Google is taking down fake ad blockers from the Chrome Web Store in response to reports that these extensions were fake. An AdGuard researcher found that 5 ad-blocking extensions on the Chrome Web store were fake, they were malici...
You can now buy products directly from Snapchat’s lenses
Snapchat is rolling out a feature that builds upon on sponsored lenses which it rolled out the last year. The feature allows manufacturers and advertisers to sell goods with links to their websites in the lenses. Previously, Snap...
Developers: Windows Template Studio 2.0 now available for download
Microsoft today released 2.0 release of Windows Template Studio for developers. Windows Template Studio team partnered with the Visual Studio team to make the new UI interface faster and more approachable. Windows Template Studio ...