Ecosia browser released for Windows and macOS

Ecosia browser released for Windows and macOS

Ecosia, the eco-friendly search engine, celebrated Earth Day by launching its web browser for desktop operating systems. The Ecosia browser is available on Windows and macOS. The German company says that the […]

Delta emulator is now available on the iOS App Store, but not for EU users

The popular retro-Nintendo emulator, Delta, is now officially available on the App Store. In case you missed it, Apple recently announced that the App Store now allows game emulators for retro game […]

Mozilla Firefox 125 brings text highlighting in PDFs, URL Paste Suggestion

Mozilla is set to release Firefox 125 to the stable channel today. The update brings a handful of improvements, including support for text highlighting in PDFs, Tab Indicators in Firefox View. Update: […]

Proton acquires encrypted note-taking app Standard Notes

Proton has announced that it has completed the acquisition of the encrypted note-taking app, Standard Notes. The company says that the privacy-focused Proton has been expanding its portfolio steadily overtime, evolving from […]

Google announces improved Find My Device network for Android devices

Google has launched its improved Find My Device network in the U.S. and Canada. The technology is quite similar to Apple's Find My service. Android's Find My Network is a crowdsourced network, […]

Disney Plus' password-sharing crackdown begins in June

Disney CEO Bob Iger has confirmed that the company will start implementing new rules to prevent users from sharing their accounts with other people. Disney Plus' password-sharing crackdown will begin in June. […]

ChatGPT no longer requires an account to use, but there are some limitations

OpenAI has announced a major change to its AI-based chat service. ChatGPT is now available for use without signing up for an account. Technically, this isn't the first AI-powered service to go […]

Apple releases macOS 14.4.1 Sonoma update to fix USB Hub and Java issues

Apple has released the macOS 14.4.1 Sonoma update. It fixes some problems that users were facing with USB Hubs, and Java apps. Apple fixes USB Hub and Java issues in macOS 14.4.1 […]

US sues Apple in iPhone monopoly lawsuit

The US Government has filed an antitrust case against Apple. The lawsuit alleges that the Cupertino company has monopolized the smartphone industry. The case was jointly filed by the Justice Department, 16 […]

The Epic Games Store is coming to iOS and Android

The Epic Games Store is coming to iOS and Android devices. The announcement was made at the company's State of Unreal 2024 event. Steve Allison, the General Manager of the Epic Games […]

Valve introduces Steam Families to allow members to share their libraries simultaneously

Valve has announced a new feature for its gaming platform, it's called Steam Families. It finally lets you play games from other family members' libraries while they are playing another game. How […]

Apple introduces new rule to allow users to download apps from developers websites in the EU

Apple released iOS 17.4 last week to comply with the European Union's Digital Markets Act, to add support for third-party app marketplaces. Now, the Cupertino company has introduced more options for developers […]

KeePassXC adds support for Passkeys, improves database import from Bitwarden and 1Password

KeePassXC has been updated to 2.7.7. The latest version of the open source password manager adds support for Passkeys, and has gained the ability to import your vault data from Bitwarden. Passkeys […]

Apple releases macOS Sonoma 14.4 update with over 50 security fixes

Apple has released the macOS Sonoma 14.4 update. The software update includes a couple of new features, and over 50 fixes for security vulnerabilities. What's new in the macOS Sonoma 14.4 update […]

Apple releases iOS 17.4 to add support for third-party app stores in the EU

Apple has released iOS 17.4 and iPadOS 17.4. The latest update adds support for third-party app marketplaces in order to comply with the European Union's Digital Market Act, which comes into effect […]

HP's All-In-Plan will let you rent printers, but it monitors them

HP has launched a new subscription service called an All-In-Plan that lets users rent a printer. The company has some restrictions in place, and monitors the content that you print. HP's All-In-Plan […]

Google Chrome gets improved Search suggestions on desktop and mobile

Google is improving the search suggestions that are displayed in Chrome's address bar, as part of the February 2024 Updates. The new capabilities include a read-only on-device model that works in incognito […]

Amazon Fire TV update breaks some apps

Amazon has made yet another controversial change that affects Fire TV devices. A new version of Fire OS breaks compatibility with some apps. A report by AFTVNews (via How To Geek) reveals […]

Avast has been fined by the FTC for using its privacy software to harvest and sell user data

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has found Avast guilty for using its privacy apps to harvest and sell user data. The company is also banned from selling or licensing browsing data for […]

How to enable Tab Previews in Firefox

Mozilla released Firefox 123 a few days ago, and it comes with a new feature. The browser now supports Tab Previews, but you can't access it directly from the Settings. The feature […]

Google Chrome will soon prevent malicious websites from attacking your home network

Google Chrome is getting a new security feature that can help prevent websites from attacking your home network. The mechanism has been termed "Private Network Access for Navigation Requests". To be more […]

DuckDuckGo browser now supports password and bookmark syncing across devices

DuckDuckGo browser is now capable of syncing your passwords and bookmarks across devices. You don't need to create an account to use the feature. Rival browsers such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, […]

Disable AI Bloatware on Windows 10 and 11 with BloatynosyAI

Microsoft continues to push Copilot aggressively, it is available on Windows, Microsoft Edge, Office. The AI-assistant is also coming to Notepad, even the SwiftKey Keyboard isn't spared from these AI features. The […]

RustDoor malware targets macOS users by posing as a Visual Studio Update

A new malware called RustDoor is targeting macOS users. The malware has been undetected for 3 months, and poses as a Microsoft Visual studio Update. The malware was discovered by Bitdefender. A […]

Microsoft PC Manager is now available on the Microsoft Store for Windows 10 and 11

Microsoft has released its CCleaner-like app, called Microsoft PC Manager on its app store for Windows 10 and Windows 11. Here is a closer look at the program, and how it works. […]

Microsoft is pestering Windows 10 users with full-screen pop-ups to upgrade to Windows 11

Microsoft is displaying a full-screen pop-up on Windows 10, to prompt users to upgrade to Windows 11. This is not the first time it has employed this strategy to try and attract […]

Google confirms that cache links have been removed from search results

Google Search has removed cache links from the search results. The feature allowed users to view old versions of web pages. The tool was useful to compare the current version of a […]

How to block account changes on iPhone using Screen Time

Apple recently added a feature called Stolen Device Protection to iOS 17.3, which helps prevent thieves from changing your Apple ID or reset the device. However, the feature is not available for […]

Apple's rules to allow third-party app stores in the EU are not beneficial for users or developers

Apple has announced its plans to allow side-loading and third-party app stores in the European Union in order to comply with the Digital Markets Act in March. But, the changes that the […]

How to enable Stolen Device Protection on iPhone

Apple released iOS 17.3 this week, which brought an important security feature. Here's how to enable Stolen Device Protection on your iPhone. How does Stolen Device Protection work? Normally, when an iPhone […]

Apple releases iOS 17.3 with Stolen Device Protection, AirPlay TV for hotel rooms

Apple has released the iOS 17.3 update to all users. It brings 2 new features: Stolen Device Protection, and AirPlay TV for hotel rooms. Stolen Device Protection This is a new security […]

How to manage the site list in Firefox Containers

Do you use the Firefox Multi-Account Containers add-on? Have you ever wondered how to delete a website from a container? Here is how to manage the site list in Firefox Containers. You […]

Microsoft adds support for link previews in Word for the web

Microsoft Word for the web has gained a new feature. The online version of the word processor now supports link previews in documents. Users who are familiar with Word Online and the […]

How to watch age-restricted content on YouTube without signing in to your Google account

Do you use YouTube without signing in to your account? Have you ever come across an age-restricted video that prompts you to log in to watch the content? We have some workarounds […]

70 million account credentials were leaked in a massive password dump

A security researcher has unearthed what appears to be one of the biggest password dumps ever. Over 70 million unique credentials have been leaked on the dark web. The news came to […]

Apple reforms App Store rules to allow third-party payment methods in the U.S. but will still charge a commission fee

The U.S. Supreme Court rejected appeals from Epic Games and Apple in the antitrust case between the two companies. What does this mean for users and app developers? The feud between the […]

Microsoft Copilot Pro with GPT-4 Turbo launched for $20 per month

Microsoft has announced a new subscription called Copilot Pro for individual users. It will offer AI-powered features similar to those that are available in Copilot Pro for Microsoft 365. The Redmond company […]

Microsoft is bringing Windows 11's weather widget to Windows 10's lock screen

Copilot is not the only new feature that is coming to Windows 10. Microsoft is adding the Windows 11 lock screen weather widget to the older version of the operating system. Microsoft's […]

Proton Mail says that the new Outlook app for Windows is Microsoft's new data collection service

Proton has accused Microsoft's new Outlook for Windows app for becoming a data collection service. It has outlined the various ways and data that the email app harvests from end users. Proton […]

Netflix's ad-supported plan has over 23 Million Monthly users

A Netflix executive has said that the streaming service's ad-supported tier has over 23 Million users per month. The company says that user engagement on the ad-supported plan is high. The streaming […]