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Google I/O 2021 dates confirmed – Android 12, Pixel 5a and more expected

Google has confirmed the annual Google I/O event will return with a fully virtual event from May 18-20. The company is expected to pull back

A week with the Huawei Mate X2: what we learned with the latest foldable smartphone

My week with the Huawei Mate X2 coincided with one of the most stressful times in my life, a house move. The foldable smartphone launched

LibreOffice Writer review

LibreOffice Writer gives solid performance with a clunky user interface LibreOffice is the phoenix that rose from the ashes of the now-discontinued OpenOffice, an open-source

iOS 14.5 release date looks imminent — here’s why

iPhone apps are getting rejected for breaking rules introduced for iOS 14.5 After six betas, it appears Apple is gearing up for a worldwide release

iOS 15: 6 things we want from the next version of Apple’s iPhone software

iOS is the foundation of every iPhone and iPad and we expect to see iOS 15 arrive later this year. If you use one of

iOS 14.5 has two new Siri voice options — how to turn them on

Siri will longer default to a female voice in the upcoming iOS 14.5 Apple’s Siri will sound a lot different going forward — if you

How To Promote Your Camera Business On Instagram

Nowadays having a good camera is very much important in our life. Whenever we go we must carry a good model camera with us so

Apple confirms WWDC 2021 date: Here’s what to expect, including iOS 15

Apple has officially announced that its WWDC (Worldwide Developer Conference) event will kick off on June 7. Just like the 2020 event, this will be

Apple issues iOS 14.4.2 with critical security fix for active web vulnerability

Apple has launched a critical software update for iPhone and iPad that closes off a security vulnerability that had been actively exploited in the wild.

Nexvoo Nexpad Pro T530 review

According to its LinkedIn page, Nexvoo is based in Indianapolis, and are a leading global brand for video-enhanced unified communications solutions including Phones, Video Conference

Apple releases iOS 14.4.2 and watchOS 7.3.3 – You should install them ASAP

Apple has released new versions of iOS, iPadOS, and watchOS, and if you have an iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch the official advice is that

The 2021 LG OLED TVs are arriving: The prices and differences to know

LG’s 2021 OLED TVs are finally hitting shelves, including the evo G1 “Gallery” series announced at CES 2021 which promises to look more like a

11 Android apps you can try with dark mode right now

Dark mode is one of the most popular features to hit the best Android phones in the last few years. But which apps have it

Poco X3 Pro vs Poco F3: What’s the difference?

Poco launched two major devices at its 22 March 2021 event: the Poco X3 Pro and the Poco F3. Don’t let the ‘X’ and ‘F’

Windows 10: Guides, tips, tricks, and everything you need to know about Microsoft’s OS – Updated

Bookmark this page for the latest news and tips on Windows 10. Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating system is constantly being updated, with major feature drops

What is Ready For? Motorola’s DeX rival explained

Motorola has announced Ready For, a new interface for its high-end phones that seems very similar to Samsung’s DeX. Here’s everything you need to know.

Android 12 Developer Preview 2 brings relief for big screen fatigue

Google announced the first Android 12 developer preview last month, commencing the path to this year’s major Android update, due late summer. Now DP2 is

iOS 14.5 could let you install security updates without updating your software

The fourth beta of Apple’s newest operating software was released to developers this week – and it looks like there’s good news for users with

Microsoft Edge will have faster release cycles to match Google Chrome

There is a principle in the open source software world that goes “release early, release often” that has been embraced by the so-called agile software

Best Chromebooks for the “old school” days

The pandemic has thrown life out of pace and stability. Almost every sector has been wedged by its effects. While travel and tourism is arguably

Chrome 89 promises less memory greed and a cooler, quieter Mac

Google claims to have tamed Chrome’s memory-hungry ways, with the Chrome M89 release of the browser reportedly making big cuts when it comes to system

GM longer-lasting, cheaper Ultium EV battery tech revealed

GM has revealed a new battery partnership that could help boost electric vehicle range while making EVs more affordable, with president Mark Reuss pushing for

Windows 10’s latest update appears to cause BSODs when printing

The problem started appearing after an update was rolled out March 9. If your PC is suffering from a Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) while

WatchOS 7.4: New features coming to your Apple Watch

The Apple Watch will make unlocking your iPhone less of a hassle while wearing a mask and brings AirPlay 2 compatibility to Apple’s new Fitness

LG Android 11 update – which phones will get it and when

There was a time when LG would boast to be one of if not the first in line to put out a new phone with

Ubuntu Studio review

Ubuntu Studio is a multimedia creator offshoot of the popular Linux Ubuntu Operating system: Is it for you? For many years, Ubuntu Linux OS has

10 New Chrome OS features to celebrate a decade of Chromebooks

Google has announced Chrome OS is getting a massive redesign in order to celebrate the 10th birthday of the Chromebook. Here are all of the

Nothing debuts Concept 1 true wireless earphones, but it’s not really something

New hardware startup Nothing has revealed Concept 1, a concept design for a pair of true wireless earphones, but it’s not going to actually release

Apple releases iOS 14.4.1 and macOS 11.2.3 – You should install them ASAP

Apple has released iOS 14.4.1, iPadOS 14.4.1, and macOS 11.2.3 today, an unexpected software drop for iPhone, iPad, and Macs that includes an important new

iOS 14.5 update won’t let you change your iPhone’s default music player after all

Almost a month ago, we reported that the upcoming iOS 14.5 update would let iPhone users change their default music app, permanently picking an alternative