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Sep 28, 2018
Like me, If you have recently upgraded to Apple's latest Mac OS Mojave 10.14, or perhaps you are still on High Sierra or even Sierra, you might have had an […]
Sep 25, 2018
Connecting Bluetooth devices with Chromebooks has been a pain right since day one. Issues with pairing, connecting, and audio playback have hounded users for years. Chromebooks literally keep you waiting for minutes before […]
Sep 24, 2018
Samsung, as we know, loves to introduce first-to-market smartphone features, and has been quite effective in its efforts. However, the company seems to be just a step behind Apple when […]
Sep 12, 2018
After more than two and a half years, which nearly killed the Android smartwatch market, Qualcomm finally has a new chip for wearables. The California-based chip manufacturer is releasing the successor to […]
Aug 24, 2018
Today, Samsung has updated the Gear Watch Designer App and renamed it as Galaxy Watch Designer. This is the seventh major update to this application, but Samsung are still classifying […]
Aug 17, 2018
Samsung has now confirmed the dates for its upcoming annual Samsung Developer Conference (SDC) 2018. It will be held on November 7-8 at Moscone West, San Francisco, CA. Generally, the […]
Aug 14, 2018
A number of Chromebooks may very soon be able to run Windows 10 OFFICIALLY. Earlier this year, it was reported that Google is working on a project called "AltOS" which […]
Aug 10, 2018
AMD's "world record breaking" 32-core, 64-thread 2nd-generation Ryzen Threadripper desktop processor is now up for pre-order. Announced in June at Computex 2018 in Taipei, the Threadripper 2990WX grabbed the world-record in Cinebench R15 multi-threaded CPU […]
Aug 7, 2018
The "ultimate private smartphone" is finally here. John McAfee recently took to Twitter to announce that the early access applications for his new Cloak Phone are available now. Billed as a device […]
Aug 3, 2018
OpenWrt, the Linux-based open source operating system for routers and other embedded devices, has been updated to version version 18.06. It is the first stable release since the reunification with the forked LEDE (Linux Embedded […]
Aug 1, 2018
It's been a while since we've talked about Linux apps support in Chrome OS. A few Chromebooks already support Linux apps via Project Crostini, but only in the Dev Channel. […]
Jul 8, 2018
ADB & Fastboot are one of the most important tools for Android app development. While Chromebook can run ADB quite smoothly, but not before it makes you go through a few hurdles. […]
Jul 2, 2018
Chromebooks are finally getting a solid video editing option, thanks to this new initiative from Adobe called Project Rush. Adobe unveiled the Project Rush during this year's VidCon, held between June 20-23 in […]
Jul 1, 2018
The big hurdle that the blockchain technology faces today is its limited ability to cater millions of users at the same time. The networks in their current state can handle a limited […]
Jun 27, 2018
As we edge further into the digital revolution, blockchain technology is slowly and steadily growing into a reckoning force. We've already seen some exemplary, some next-gen, and some rather unusual […]
Jun 26, 2018
Only days after launching the second version of the Chromebook Plus (V2), Samsung seems to be working on one more variant of the Chromebook. In fact, the South Korean giant is […]
Jun 26, 2018
The fact that Qualcomm is working on a new chipset for more powerful Windows 10 machines is no longer a secret. Last month, German tech site WinFuture published an extensive report on a new […]
Jun 22, 2018
In December, Qualcomm introduced what is arguably the most powerful mobile chip till date, the Snapdragon 845. The chip has since then made its way into a number of smartphones from […]
Jun 22, 2018
Huawei is one of the world's leading smartphone manufacturer and just like the other top guns in the field, produces its own hardware parts. This greatly helps to bring down the […]
Jun 13, 2018
Online security (cyber security) is very critical these days, and one of the very basic approaches to staying safe and secure online is to use two-factor authentication (2FA). The most common […]
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