Google wants to increase your security in Gmail by adding Brand Indicators for Message Identification (BIMI) to your inbox.
Microsoft is recommending that users disable the Windows Print Spooler after the third exploit in five weeks was discovered.
The Facebook messenger app for iOS has added sound emojis or “Soundmojis.” Read on to find out all about Messenger’s newest feature.
Windows 365 will take advantage of the hybrid system the workforce is migrating to and make Windows available on Apple and Android devices.
A data scientist announced that fake accounts were found on Twitter and were bearing the blue checkmark showing they’ve been verified.
AirPods are seen as somewhat of the focus in right-to-repair legislation, with users saying battery life gets reduced to one hour.
A new iPhone Wi-Fi bug has been discovered that makes any iPhone it comes near unable to connect to Wi-Fi. It’s the second in a few weeks.
Parents can get a little help with Reading Sidekick, an Alexa skill that reads with children, teaching them the value of reading for fun.
M1 Macs changed the game for Apple, and now they’re changing the game for Linux. Linux Kernel 5.13 is bringing support for M1 Macs.
The rumors are true. Microsoft announced that Windows 11 would be released by the holidays. Find out what it’s all about.
The newest attack point for ransomware is call centers, carried out by the BazarCall group. Will this forcce Microsoft to amp up its game?
It was revealed this week that the Brave search engine is now in beta and is available in the Brave brwoser and others.
If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, it rings true with a recent indication that Google may be working on a “Find Device Network.”
With the MIcrosoft Vulnerabilities Report showing the largest uptick since the report back, who could blame Microsoft for moving on?
The Vigilante Malware doesn’t steal your data or make money – it looks to prevent infected computers from visiting software piracy sites.
After removing its third recent major company from its online storefront, Amazon is laying the blame for fake reviews on social media.
With rumors that Windows 11 will be introduced on June 24, it was also revealed that Windows 10 will officially retire in 2025.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers introduced legislation that would break up the tech monopolies of Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google.
Apple announced it will bring digital driver’s licenses in iOS 15, but will this lead to complete digital wallets for all?
After a mass Internet outage on Tuesday, Fastly announced one of its customers changing settings was to blame.
Apple introduced iOS 15, iPadOS 15, and macOS Monterey at the 2021 WWDC Keynote on Monday. Learn all about the exciting changes.
A small step was taken in California when an autonomous car company was given permission to charge passengers for rides in its cars.
This new Windows update seems different. Micorsoft announced a June 24 event, and the imagery looks like Windows 11 will be announced.
You won’t have to buy batteries again if you get the ReVolt – you can charge it with any USB charging method to keep your devices powered.
iPadOS limits apps to only using 5GB RAM, whether they’re used on iPads or iPad Pros with M1 chips. All that great power is being wasted.
Rumors state the “Nintendo Switch Pro” could be released as soon as September and announced before this year’s E3.
The long-rumored Android replacement, Fuchsia, has finally been released by, but to a 1st-Gen Google Nest Hub instead of an Android device.
A third zero-day attack on macOs in less than a year has been identified. It attacks users in several ways through Safari and other browsers.
After complaints that its photo-cropping algorithm showed a racial bias, Twitter is removing the tool and letting users crop the photos.
Microsoft dropped the announced that it will officially retire the Internet Explorer desktop application in June 2022, pushing Edge as a replacement.
Google released changes to many of its products at Google IO 2021. Perhaps one of the most significant changes is what Android 12 will bring.
Motorola has signed on with GuRu Wireless, agreeing to add its over-the-air wireless technology to its smartphones and other devices.
Several state attorneys general wrote a letter to press Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to not launch Instagram Kids as planned.
After the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack affecting one of the largest U.S. pipelines, the FBI blamed the Darkside group.
An app developer discovered Apple gave Zoom access to the iPad multitasking camera that no other third-party video conferencing app has.
Google agrees with two-step verification so much that it plans to automatically use 2SV on all accounts instead of leaving it as an option.
A security researcher discovered the user accounts of Peloton fitness equipment were subject to data leaks, and the company took no action.
Have you changed your phone number? Researchers have learned that 2FA can lead to spammed accounts with recycled phone numbers.
Apple indicates it fixed the issues with the Podcasts app after the iOS 14.5 update, but did it harm its chances for Podcasts subscriptions?
Facebook has been complaining about Apple’s iOS 14.5 change, and now that it has rolled out, Facebook is suggesting it may have to start charging.
Google is expanding Android earthquake alerts and detection to more locations domestically and internationally starting in May.
T-Mobile announced the SyncUP TRACKER, joining the Samsung SmartThings Tracker, the Apple AirTag, and the Tile. It’s a crowded field.
Researchers have found a privacy flaw in the Android contact tracing app meant to warn users when they come in contact with a case of COVID.
After it appeared it was left out of recent plans, Spotify announced adding a miniplayer to the mobile Facebook apps to play shared content.
Apple’s AirDrop feature makes it easy to share images and files with people nearby, but researchers have connected AirDrop to privacy leaks.
Facebook and Apple noticed the pandemic-related boon with podcasts. They have each created upcoming options to take advantage of it.
The Amazon One payment method relies on a palm reader technology. Amazon plans to expand the service and roll it out to more stores.
While much of the Apple releases had already been leaked, the big news was that the M1 chip would be in both the new iMacs and iPad Pros.