With enough source images, it’s not that hard to make deepfake videos, but are there any solutions for detecting which videos are trying to trick us?
If you live in a decently-sized Asian city, odds are you’ll only need one “super app.” Most started out with a few functions but have turned into miniature operating systems for life.
Apple’s new “Sign in with Apple” system is aiming to fix the privacy issue with other third-party login systems. Here’s how Sign in with Apple works and how it is different from the rest.
You probably use your phone’s location to do street-level navigation, but do you know it can show your altitude too? Here’s how to measure altitude with your phone.
All browsers, including Adobe, will cease to support Flash by December 2020. Here is what you can do if you really need to access flash content.
There are times when you need a quick tool to blur out or censor some part of an image. Here are some useful tools that allow you to blur images online.
If you want to know exactly what Google knows about you, here’s a comprehensive guide to what you can find in your Google data dumps.
One of the biggest divisions in blockchain technology is permissioned vs. permissionless blockchains. Here are the differences between a permissoned and permissionless blockchain.
Mint is not the only app for managing your finances. Here are some free Mint alternatives that allow you to manage your money on Android.
Learning to code is not a difficult task. These coding games cover plenty of languages, age ranges, and skill levels to help you learn coding the easy way.
Stablecoins are cryptocurrencies designed specifically to prevent big changes in their value. Are they safer than Bitcoins and other cryptocurrency? Let’s find out.
Chocolatey allows you to manage and update all of your Windows programs through a single interface rather than having to wrangle them all individually.
Steam knows how much money you’ve spent and how much time you’ve played and so should you. Here are some tools to find your Steam spending and stats.
Fingerprint unlock is now a standard feature in smartphones, but what’s actually going on when you put your finger on the scanner? Here’s how fingerprint scanners work.
The concept behind brain-computer interfaces is fairly basic. Using the neurons and electrical signals in the brain, we can control things with our thoughts.
Tracking pixels have been around for quite a while and are actively being used in emails to track you. Here’s how they work, and how you can stop them
If you want to subscribe to streaming platforms that have the things you want to watch, how do you figure out where all that content is living at any time?
It’s hard to keep track of all the streaming platforms, especially when new ones keep appearing. Here is a big list of streaming sites for you to keep in check.