We’ve moved beyond the Windows vs. Mac battle. Chrome OS overtook macOS in 2020 and is now the second most popular OS, behind Windows.
The upcoming 21H1 Windows 10 update appears to be a minor one; however, it’s believed it’s setting up for the fall update to be the biggest in years.
As consumers, we expect developers to take care of their product. Android app SHAREit left security vulnerabilities unpatched for more than three months.
Headlines make it appear no automaker wants to partner with Apple This is the current optics after Nissan denied being in talks to cooperate on the Apple Car.
twitter may start paying users for viral tweets. But how popular does your tweet have to be for it to be considered viral enough to get paid for it?
The pandemic hit the tech industry with a laptop shortage and then a chip shortage. It’s affecting everything, including the PS5 and the auto industry.
The sleep data on a man’s smartphone helped convict him of manslaughter in his wife’s death. He said he was sleeping; his phone showed otherwise.
A developer has discovered multiple scam apps on the App Store, with some raking in millions in subscription fees for non-working apps.
More than 3 billion password and email pairs were affected in the COMB data breach that is comprised of several data breaches.
Google announced that it is adding functionality to the Fit app on Pixel phones to read heart rate and breath rate with the phones’ cameras.
Were you one of the unlucky 3 million users who downloade malicious browser extensions? Avast explains how CacheFlow was discovered.
Multiple iPhone and iPad users are reporting that their third-party iOS apps on their devices are crashing after syncing with their M1 Macs.
The tech industry is doing well during the pandemic, with a rate of increase higher than tablets. The demand for Chromebooks doubled in 2020.
An international activists group is fighting the police use of facial recognition in New York City. It’s a technology the public hasn’t fully accepted.
Tracking our whereabouts online is big business, but Google could be changing it, announcing a change to third-party cookies, replacing them with “Flocks.”
When it comes to USB and Thunderbolt, there’s always confusion. We’ll find that once again when Thunderbolt 4 continues its rollout.
Netflix wants to help the Android audio experiences and is releasing a new codec that uses xHE-AAC and will specifically help with volume issues.
A support docment now admits that Apple’s MagSafe charger for the iPhone e12 could post problems for people who have pacemakers.
The latest cyberattack is is a phishing scam that attacked major industries and exposed login credentials through Google search.
The Brave browser, while still promising privacy, is now also introducing IPFS, a way for Web content to be more centralized.
With workers using less-secure home computers, it’s given way to an increase in cyberattacks, with some even using fake collaboration apps.
While waiting for Apple’s AirTags, Samsung has snuck in with Galaxy SmartTags, its own device that looks like the popular Tile.
It’s been widely reported that Apple is ditching the Touch Bar on upcoming MacBook Pros and also bringing back the MagSafe charger.
Samsung, SmartThings, an Apple are all increasing their visibility in the auto industry, but for now it’s restricted to luxury vehicles.
Google Assistant Guest Mode deals with privacy cooncerns, keeping your information private an not saving it to your Google account.
There’s more exciting gaming hardware on the horizon. It’s fast gaming at CES 2021 with the Asus ROG Strix Scar 15 laptop.
While the global health crisis has led to a big increase in sales in consumer electronics, is this a trend that will continue past 2021?
Lenovo is stepping in with something a little different: ThinkReality 3 smartglasses, aimed at remote workers and business travelers.
Instead of bringing more content, the Struum streaming service will help viewers find only the content they want and allow them to spend less.
The battle between Facebook and Apple is heating up again. Facebook sent an email saying it has no other choice but to comply with the iOS 14 feature.
Multiple devices require our services to find a way to reach all fo them. Microsoft has the answer with a universal web-powered app for Outlook.
T-Mobile announced in a notice on its website that it suffered its fourth data breach in two years, yet it’s insisting it takes security seriousl
New Year’s Eve is typically a time of increased usage of social media, and Facebook is reporting that 2020 brought record numbrs for WhatsApp.
Apple filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against Corellium for its iOS clone that runs in the browser. A judge ruled it was all done within “fair use.”
Drone delivery just took a giant leap forward. The FAA announced it is issuing rules that will allow small drones to fly over people and at night.
T-Mobile will be sending text messages to some customers letting them know their older phones will no longer work with the service.
Zoom may be seeing an inevitable end to its popularity and is reportedly considering expanding to offer email, calendar, and messaging services.
It seemed like an Apple autonomous was on the backburner, but now credible rumors are saying that the Apple Car will be released in September.
Twenty-dight malicious extensions for Chrome and Edge have been downloaded. The majority of them are still available for download.
Facebook published ads in newspapers chastising Apple for an iPhone policy change while defending “millions of small businesses.”
Some macOS and iOS users have found that the recent version of Apple Music is featuring a few albums with animated artwork.
On December 14, 2020, most of Google’s services, including YouTube, Gmail, and Google Drive experienced an outage for about an hour.
For the second time in a few months, Spotify passwords were reset by the company after user account info was exposed.
Google announced it is expanding the open source Fuchsia platform, making it public, and inviting contributions.
Be aware and not desperate to pick up the latest gadget this Christmas. A man spent nearly $900 on a PS5 on eBay and received a concrete slab.
The FTC has warned that people are receiving fake phone calls with the scammers pretending to be from Apple or Amazon support.
There are new shipping-related phishing attacks that send emails that look like they’re from shippers yet have a goal to steal your information.
Apple’s new M1 chip was recently put through the task of running Windows 10. The benchmarks showed it was faster than a Surface Pro 4.
With the trend of more all-around systems, Microsoft’s Project Latte is working toward allowing Android apps on Windows 10.