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Olympus TG-610 Camera

Olympus TG-610 is waterproof down to 16ft (5m), shockproof to 5ft (1.5m), freezeproof as low as 14°F (-10°C) and dustproof. It equipped with a high-precision 5x

One UI 3.1 update for the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 brings new experiences

Samsung has announced new experiences and interactions for its Galaxy Z Fold2 smartphone with the introduction of One UI 3.1. Since last December, owners of

Best antivirus for Mac: Get the best protection from viruses and malware

Macs may be attacked less often than other platforms, but they’re not invincible. Macs may be a far less tempting target for malware and viruses,

Olympus SZ-14 Camera

This compact Olympus SZ-14 boasts a powerful 24x (25-600mm) ultra-zoom wide-angle lens gets you amazingly close to the action or capture group shots and breathtaking panoramas. The 14.1

Android 11: Getting started with gesture navigation

Almost all Android 11 devices will default to gesture navigation, so it’s time to give it a try. Android 11 makes numerous changes throughout the

Windows 10 could soon beef up its multitasking capabilities

Windows 10 could be getting a new multitasking feature to allow multiple windows to be snapped on your desktop – plus those running multi-monitor setups

iOS 14.5 will blunt one of the most dangerous types of iPhone exploit

An imminent iOS update is set to make cyberattacks that require no input from the victim (also known as zero-click exploits) much harder to execute.

Samsung beats Google with four years of security updates for Galaxy devices

Samsung Galaxy smartphones and tablets will now receive security updates for at least four years after the handset goes on sale. Until now Samsung, like

WhatsApp Lockout: Agree to new policy, or lose access to chats on May 15

WhatsApp has confirmed it still plans to limit access for users don’t agree to its controversial new privacy policy by May 15. In a new

Android 12 gestures are finally getting better— here’s how

Android 12 developer preview turns to machine learning to counter accidental swipes Google first introduced gesture controls to its OS in Android 10, and it’s

Android 12 Developer Preview: changes, additions in next OS version

The next version of the Android operating system, codenamed internally as ‘Snow Cone’ has taken its maiden steps into the realm of inception with Google

Chrome vs Safari on Mac is not even close — and this is the proof

Chrome literally uses 10x more RAM An app developer was so tired of dealing with RAM hungry Chrome, that he developed an app for Mac

What’s new in macOS 11.3: The latest features coming to Big Sur

As well as new enhancements to iOS and iPadOS, Apple has also announced a bunch of new updates coming to the Mac in macOS 11.3

Android 12: Release date, features, leaks, rumours, and news

Android 12 is here! Every year, Google releases a major software update to its Android mobile operating system. Last year, it rolled out Android 11.

Signal vs. Telegram: Which encrypted messaging app wins?

Signal and Telegram each have their strong, and their weak, points With a recent exodus from WhatsApp, many users have been turning to other free

Microsoft announces Office 2021, solely for the cloud-averse

Microsoft has announced Office 2021, a complete version of the productivity suite designed for those who’d rather avoid a cloud-based subscription. The standalone Microsoft Office

Google Meet is fixing the worst thing about video calls

Google Meet is getting a suite of new features, including the ablity to handle low bandwidth connections One of the biggest problems with video calls

How to download Android 12 Developer Preview today

Google has announced the Android 12 Developer Preview is now available for registered developers with Pixel phones. Here’s how anyone can download and install the

Android 12 Developer Preview has arrived – the future of Android begins here

Google has announced the first Android 12 developer preview, commencing the path to this year’s major Android update, due late summer. The Android 12 Developer

Microsoft Office 2021 unveiled: Price, release date and more

Skip that Microsoft 365 subscription with Office 2021 Microsoft is doing its best to sway every user to a Microsoft 365 subscription for all of

iOS 14.5 lets you ditch Apple Music on your iPhone and default to Spotify

If you’re one of the many people who owns an iPhone but doesn’t use Apple Music, then iOS 14.5 looks set to have a feature

iOS 14.5 update: the best new features set to come to your iPhone

iOS 14.5 is the next version of iOS, and while it won’t be as big an update as iOS 15, which isn’t expected to land

iOS 14.5 wants to keep your internet use well away from Google

Apple continues to ramp up its privacy policies, after revealing that it will re-route Safari traffic through its own servers to limit how much information

iOS 14.5 adds 200 new emoji to iPhone, including vaccine and AirPods Pro Max

Apple’s latest iOS 14.5 beta update is now available for developers, and while the big time-saving feature allows an Apple Watch to unlock your iPhone,

Microsoft Office for iPad update is a long time coming – here’s what’s new

iPad users can now enjoy Microsoft’s all-in-one Office app after the company launched a new version of its famed productivity suite for iPadOS devices. The

iOS 14.5 to add more than 200 new emoji and they’re all about the love

The forthcoming Apple iOS 14.5 release will include a whopping 217 new emoji, with the majority focused on matters of the heart. First spied by

MacOS Big Sur update squashes annoying bug leading to installation failure

Apple has released an updated macOS Big Sur installer bringing the software to version 11.2.1. This version of the installer can correctly check for available

Microsoft xCloud web browser game streaming near public beta

The Public Beta of Microsoft’s xCloud for the web appears to be nearly ready for release. A report from The Verge today suggests that the

Review: Android 10 on the Nintendo Switch is just as messy and awesome as it sounds

It will hardly come as a surprise that us geek folk over at GSMArena love the Nintendo Switch. Less surprising still is the fact that

Wear OS app sideloading is going away next month

One of the benefits of the openness of the Android platform is that users technically aren’t limited to getting apps just from Google Play Store