A Chrome developer site shows Chromebook devices may be picking up the ability to answer your phone. Find out more in this article.
Apple published a document this week making its case against allowing users to sideload apps, citing Android’s malware as the reason.
To solve the problem of sharing passwords when not secure, iPassword now allows you to share passwords via a secure link with Psst!
Cybercriminals are profiting off your personal information. Read on to find out how much your hacked info is worth on the Dark Web.
An excuse was offered for the outage that affected Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp. Learn about this and what a whistleblower said.
Google wants to help you retain your searches. It’s testing the Journeys search feature that will group your like-minded Google searches.
Samsung announced that Galaxy phones would gain the ability to be used as a digital car key with the Hyundai EV, the Genesis GV60.
Google is adding the ability to search the Web and YouTube using a combination of text and image. Find out more about how this will work.
The newest malware, TangleBot, targets Android users by pretending to be helpful messages about COVID. It’s one virus using another.
A vlogger has discovered face ID will not longer work on an iPhone 13 if you replace the screen with a third-party option, forcing you into Apple repair.
The Otter assistant chrome extension allows you to skip the meeting, as it sits in for you and even takes notes on what you’re missing.
The iOS 15.1 beta was released to developers, with support for adding vaccination cards to your Wallet. Find out when you can get it on your iPhone.
What if the process to publish newsletters was easier? Google is experimenting with Museletter – an option that would allow journalists and others to send newsletters to Google Docs.
A cyber intelligence group has released details that show hackers are migrating to Telegram from the dark web because of privacy concerns.
The Flicktype develper is upset after having his Apple Watch app initially rejected, only to have it show up on the new Apple Watch 7.
The 2021 fall Apple event brought mostly hardware and not much software. Apple introduced the iPhone 13 models, a new iPad Mini and iPad, the Apple Watch 7, and many cameras.
OS updates are fun to have but also sometimes fix security flaws. Days before the expected announcement of iOS 15, Apple released an emergency software patch to fix a security flaw.
Android users are going to see default Google apps in a whole new way. Google’s Material You design will be coming to Android 12 BEta 5 default Google apps.
Samsung started offering the technology to transfer WhatsApp chats from iOS to new Samsung smartphones last month. Now WhatsApp is working on the opposite: a tool to transfer WhatsApp chats from Android to iOS.
A recent build of Windows 11 became unresponsive for users, and it was discovered that ads for Microsoft’s default apps were the problem. Microsoft issued a fix, but the issue remains.
The newest versions of the OMG cable mimic an Apple lightning cable and USB-C cable. But while they charge or connect your devices, a hacker is stealing your information or possibly offloading malware.
Have you been salivating over all the Windows 11 information we’ve been publishing here on Make Tech Easier? Microsoft announced on Wednesday that Windows 11 would release October 5 – that’s just one month away!
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.