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Small Business Tech Roundup: Adopt E-signature to Increase Efficiency

E-signatures are an essential way in which businesses can streamline cumbersome processes. Instead of time-consuming paperwork, e-signatures allow your enterprise to get documents signed fast. This is important for small and medium-sized […]

iPhone 15 launch date confirmed; to debut on September 12

iPhone 15 launch date confirmed; to debut on September 12

Apple has confirmed the iPhone 15 launch date. The event has been scheduled for September 12. Prior rumors had suggested that the next-gen iPhones would be announced on the 13th of next […]

Lenovo Legion Go could be priced at €799, specs leaked

The Lenovo Legion Go's pricing and technical specifications have been leaked. Here's everything you need to know about the upcoming Windows gaming handheld. Per an article that has been published by Windows […]

You can now enable Google Chrome's new design in the stable version

Google has introduced its Chrome 2023 Refresh in the latest stable version of its browser. The redesigned interface is not enabled by default, we will show you how to do that. To […]

Apple's next iPad Pro could have an OLED display, improved keyboard with a bigger trackpad

Apple's next iPad Pro is said to get some major improvements to the hardware. The tablet will be powered by an M3 chip, and could sport an OLED display. Next-gen iPad Pro […]

Sony's PlayStation Portal remote player to launch this year at $199.99

Sony has revealed the PlayStation Portal, a portable device that lets you stream PS5 games over Wi-Fi. The handheld will be launching later this year. The PlayStation Portal, formerly known as Project […]

Denuvo's DRM for Nintendo Switch games is designed to block emulation on PC

Yesterday, we reported about how Denuvo's Unreal Engine Protection and Integrity Verification could spell the end of game modding. Now, Irdeto, the company behind the anti-piracy technology, has revealed that Denuvo has […]

Denuvo Unreal Engine Protection and Integrity Verification may put an end to game modding

During the opening night of Gamescom 2023, Irdeto announced that it is bringing Denuvo Unreal Engine Protection and Integrity Verification. While blogs have been raving about the games that were announced during […]

Microsoft wants to bring AI enhancements to Paint, Photos on Windows 11

Windows Copilot may not be the only AI feature that we may get in Windows 11. Microsoft reportedly wants to bring AI enhancements to other apps including Paint, Photos, Snipping Tool and […]

Brave Browser gets its own AI chat assistant called Leo

Microsoft Edge has Bing AI chat, Google Chrome has Bard, and Opera has Aria. Brave Browser has joined the list with its own AI chat feature, meet Leo. This isn't the first […]

App developer reveals that macOS Ventura has a security vulnerability that was reported 10 months ago

An app developer has revealed that macOS Ventura has a security issue that he reported to Apple 10 months ago. The vulnerability, in question, affects the App Management feature in the operating […]

Apple releases macOS Ventura 13.5.1 to fix a location permissions bug

Apple has released macOS Ventura 13.5.1. The update is a minor one that addresses a bug related to location permissions. What was the issue Users who were on macOS 13.5 Ventura had […]

Google Chrome to enable HTTPS-first by default for all users

Google says it wants to enable HTTPS for everyone. A post on Chromium's blog says that 90% of users' navigate to HTTPS sites, but 5-10% still connect to HTTP pages, which poses […]

Google Chrome will soon tell you why an extension was removed

Google recently announced that it will provide weekly security updates for its Chrome browser. The Mountain View company has revealed a change to its safety check settings that will warn you when […]

Lenovo Legion Go images leaked: looks more like the Nintendo Switch than the Steam Deck

A couple of weeks ago, rumors about a gaming handheld made by Lenovo surfaced. And now, the first images of the Lenovo Legion Go have been leaked. It's a Steam Deck...it's a […]

Google Chrome is testing a feature that will use AI to summarize articles

Google Chrome is testing an AI-powered feature that will summarize articles on the web. The option is in an experimental stage, and is called "SGE while browsing". That is quite an unusual […]

Netflix is testing game streaming on TVs and computers

Netflix has announced that it has begun testing games on TVs and computers. The streaming service, which is renowned for movies and TV shows, will now let you stream video games to […]

Apple Watch X with microLED and blood pressure monitor could be announced in 2024

Apple is working on a major redesign for its smartwatch. The device, which is called Apple Watch X could be announced in 2024 or 2025. The X in the Apple Watch X […]

Apple's M3 Ultra Mac Studio may have a 32-core CPU and 80-core GPU

Leaks about Apple's upcoming chipsets and Macs keep pouring in. After reports about the M3, M3 Pro, M3 Mac Mini and the M3 Max, details about the Cupertino company M3 Ultra has […]

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 23521 brings new options to the Snipping Tool, Never Combined Mode for Taskbar

Microsoft has released Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 23521 to the Dev Channel. The latest update brings a couple of new options to the Snipping Tool, and improves the Taskbar experience. Never […]

U.S. Supreme Court temporarily allows Apple to keep App Store payment rules

The U.S. Supreme Court has allowed Apple to keep its App Store payment rules, temporarily. This is yet another loss for Epic Games in its lawsuit against the Cupertino company. In its […]

Google Chrome will get weekly security updates

Google Chrome users will get security updates on a weekly basis. The search giant has published an article explaining why it is switching to a faster update cycle. Security vulnerabilities in browsers […]

Apple's M3 Max Chip reportedly has 16 CPU cores and 40 GPU cores

A day after revealing that the M3 Mac Mini could have 24 GB of RAM, Mark Gurman has spilled the beans on Apple's next-gen high-end chipset, the Apple M3 Max chip. The […]

Apple could be testing an M3 Mac Mini with 24 GB of RAM

Apple has a new version of its Mini desktop in the works. The company is reportedly testing a version of the M3 Mac Mini with 24 GB of RAM. The news comes […]

Apple admits there is a decline in iPhone sales in Q3

Apple posted its financial earnings call for the fiscal year's Q3 last Thursday. The Cupertino-based company has admitted that there was a slowdown in iPhone sales for a third consecutive quarter. Apple […]

iPhone 15 could be announced on September 13

Rumours have indicated that Apple could announce the iPhone 15 series on September 13.  According to 9to5Mac's sources, mobile carriers have asked their employees to come to work on September 13th. The […]

Apple's John Ternus says that removable batteries will reduce durability of iPhones

John Ternus, Apple's senior vice president of Hardware Engineering, has said that the iPhone could become less durable if it were to have a removable battery. The topic came up in an […]

Mozilla Firefox 117 beta brings an automatic language translator for websites, and it works offline

Mozilla Firefox is bringing an automatic translator for websites. The feature is currently available in Firefox 117 beta. This feature has existed in Chrome for ages, but unlike Google's browser, which sends […]

Lenovo is reportedly working on a PC gaming handheld called the Legion Go

Lenovo could be the next OEM to launch a PC gaming handheld. The company is said to be working on a device called the Legion Go. The Nintendo Switch, which was launched […]

iPhone 15 could have thinner bezels and a titanium frame

More details have emerged about the design of the iPhone 15 series. Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman says that this year's models will have thinner bezels and a titanium frame. Dynamic Island, Thinner […]

Google's Web Environment Integrity could be a disaster for the web

Google has proposed a new web standard called Web Environment Integrity. You may have read about it on other sites, here's why the proposal could be a disaster for the web. What […]

iPhone 15 Pro Action Button options revealed in iOS 17 beta code

Apple released the fourth beta of iOS 17 yesterday to developers. The code in the new version of the operating system contains options for nine different options that the Action Button could […]

Arc Browser is now available for all Mac users, Windows version in the works

Arc browser has graduated from beta to version 1.0. The Browser Company's app is now available for all users on macOS. Arc has been in development for 3 years, and until now […]

Apple patches two zero-day threats in iOS 16.6, macOS 13.5 and iPadOS 16.6

Apple has released iOS 16.6, macOS 13.5 and iPadOS 16.6. The updates patch a number of security issues, including two actively exploited vulnerabilities. You may be aware that Apple had released a […]

Apple's GPT chatbot is already being used internally

Last week, news broke out that Apple is working on a ChatGPT-like app of its own. According to a new report, the chatbot is already being used internally by the company's employees. […]

Apple says it will remove FaceTime and iMessage from the UK if surveillance laws are changed

Apple has said that it would rather remove FaceTime and iMessage from the UK, rather than comply with the new surveillance laws that have been proposed in the Parliament. The changes could […]

Microsoft brings new Outlook for Windows and Windows Copilot for all Windows Dev Channel users

Microsoft has released Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 23506 to all users in the Dev Channel. The update enables the new Outlook for Windows and Windows Copilot for everyone. Outlook for Windows […]

Apple Maps is reportedly gaining popularity over Google Maps

iPhone users seem to be preferring Apple Maps over Google Maps. A report in The Wall Street Journal has a collection of opinions from users, and the trend seems to be increasing. […]

Apple can delay changes to the App Store until Supreme Court ruling

Earlier this month, Apple filed an appeal in the U.S. Supreme Court, to reverse a ruling in its lawsuit against Epic Games. The Cupertino company has been granted a motion that allows […]

Google Chrome for iOS now lets you add web apps to your home screen

Google has updated Chrome for iOS to add support for creating web app shortcuts for your favorite websites. We take a look at how the feature works. What are web app shortcuts, […]

Apple could announce the first M3 Apple Silicon Macs in October

Apple is reportedly prepping to launch the first Mac with an M3 Apple Silicon chip. The next-gen devices with the new SoC could be announced later this year. Bloomberg's Mark Gurman writes […]