Gears POP! is now available to download on Android and iOS; includes Xbox Live achievements
by Lewis White
Gears Pop!, the Funko Pop tactics interpretation of Xbox’s first-party Gears of War game, is now live on Android and iOS. For the first time ever on mobile, Gears of War & Funko Pop! have joined forces to deliver you exp...
Microsoft to add a new icon to Windows Camera, and this is what it looks like
Microsoft is currently in the process of fulfilling one of their earlier promises, which was to introduce new modern office icons across all platform. The company announced the new modern Office icons in the month of November last...
Living up to the promise of Continuum for Windows Phone, Samsung Dex makes its way into police cars
One of the promises of Continuum for Windows Phone was to allow hotdesking workers to take the same device from the field to the car to the desk and get meaningful work done on the go without the hassle of data transfer and learni...
Apple warns users that they might discolour Apple Credit Card permanently if it’s stored in leather
Just a couple of days back, Apple rolled out the Apple Card to all the users in the US. The company first announced the Goldman-Sachs backed credit card back in March and is now shipping it out to the masses in the US. While the c...
New Microsoft Edge Dev Build 184.108.40.206 brings Tracking Prevention, more
Microsoft has released a new update (Build 220.127.116.11 ) to the Microsoft Edge Developer channel. The update brings 4 major features: Tracking Prevention is fully available in the Canary and Dev Channels. Form fill and password syn...
Bill Nye science guy isn’t talking about the ticking time-bomb built into Google’s Chromebooks
Even as Bill Nye, Science guy shills Chromebook, the platform has a flaw that limits the usefulness of even newly purchased Chromebooks for users who intend to hold on to their laptops for more than a few years. Google originally ...
Surprise! Microsoft contractors are also listening in on your Xbox voice commands
There has been a growing furore around the privacy of recorded voice commands used by digital assistants on various platforms when it has been revealed that companies routinely employ humans to listen to a percentage of these voic...
Microsoft continues to embrace Linux by bringing Trusted Execution Environment to the open source OS
As expected, only good things came from Microsoft joining the Linux Foundation. Together with the consortium of other companies that use Linux extensively, such as Intel and IBM; Microsoft has helped bring support for trusted ex...
Battery issues strike Surface users once again, with new Surface Pro 5 and 6 tablets affected
Users are reporting that their older Surface Pro models are no longer living up to their initial battery life expectations. Surface users are of course not new to battery life issues; with Surface Pro 3 users in 2014 famously plag...
Microsoft releases a new system update for Xbox 360 users
Microsoft today released OS version 2.0.17544.0 for Xbox 360 users. This is a minor update with no new features. But this build includes minor bug fixes and improvements. In order to update the OS of Xbox 360, connect your console...
MSI launches three new laptops powered by Intel’s 10th gen processors
Just hours after Intel announced the 10th gen notebook processors, MSI has launched three new laptops powered by Intel’s 10th gen processors. The new Prestige 14, 15 and Modern 14 are all designed with creators in mind and p...
Apple might introduce a new version of Apple Pencil, suggests new iPhone XI Pro case renders
Apple is gearing up to introduce to the world its upcoming flagship smartphone, apparently called the iPhone XI Pro and Pro Max. Besides the square camera bump, Apple seems to have made other interesting choices for the yet-to-be-...
Microsoft brings support for work and school accounts to Edge Insider Builds
Yesterday we reported how Microsoft is collecting Insider feedback to improve Chromium-based Microsoft Edge. Later, the company also announced the first Edge beta build for Windows and Mac users. Now, the company has made another ...
Microsoft releases Windows 10 Build 18965 with Feedback Hub updates and more
Microsoft today released Windows 10 Build 18965 to Insiders in the Fast ring. This new build comes with improvements to Feedback hub, a new app restart setting, new Windows Insider Achievements page and more. Find the full change ...
Cerebras unveils world’s largest chip, 56x larger than Nvidia’s best
Until this week, Cerebras remained a stealth mode startup backed by premier venture capitalists. This week Cerebras revealed its first product, a new computer chip built on Cerebras Wafer Scale Engine (WSE) optimized entirely for ...
Gears 5 can and will run on Windows 7 if you do it right
The PC requirements for Gears 5 were revealed the other day and it was assumed that, seeing as the Windows Store had Windows 10 as a minimum requirement, Steam would too. However, eagle-eyed Twitter user @ProGears360 spotted that ...
LinkedIn blocked 19.5 million fake accounts from being created
LinkedIn currently has 645 million members. As the community continues to grow, controlling fake profiles is essential to maintain LinkedIn as a safe place for professionals around the world. LinkedIn yesterday revealed that it t...
You can now listen to music from directly within the Waze app
Many users switch between Waze navigation app and YouTube Music app often while driving. In order to improve the experience for such users, YouTube Music today announced native integration with Waze app. YouTube Premium and Music ...
Google introduces improved as-you-type spelling and grammar correction in Gmail
Google yesterday announced new spelling and grammar correction capabilities in Gmail. When you start composing the message, Gmail will make use of Google’s AI capabilities to offer smarter spell-check suggestions and also de...