Google Chrome will disable third-party tracking cookies for some users in January 2024

Google Chrome will disable third-party tracking cookies for some users in January 2024

Google has announced that it will disable third-party tracking cookies for some Chrome users, beginning in 2024. This is not the first time we are hearing about it, Google had published a […]

Firefox for Android now supports over 450 add-ons

A few weeks ago, Mozilla had announced that it would soon support Open Extensions on Firefox for Android. The good news is that the waiting period is over, the mobile browser now […]

Is Dropbox sending user data to OpenAI? There is an opt out!

Dropbox has been caught in a controversy, after users discovered that an experimental AI-feature has been sending user data to OpenAI. The option is enabled by default for premium users of the […]

Apple introduces Stolen Device Protection for iPhone with iOS 17.3 beta

Apple has released the first beta of iOS 17.3 beta to testers. It brings an important security feature called Stolen Device Protection for iPhone. iPhones have been a prime target for thieves […]

iOS 17.2 update brings Journal app, Spatial Video Capture and more

The much-awaited iOS 17.2 update is here. The update introduces the Journal app, and a handful of other features. Journal app arrives with iOS 17.2 One of the key features that Apple […]

Apple wants to simplify the iPad lineup next year

Apple has been working on simplifying the iPad lineup for next year. Bloomberg's Mark Gurman reports that the Cupertino company will trim its tablet series, to help users decide which one suits […]

Windows 11's Notepad is getting a character count on the status bar

Windows 11's Notepad is getting a couple of improvements. This includes a character count on the status bar, and a quick way to access it from Explorer. The plain text editor in […]

Opera Lucid Mode 2.0 brings refined controls and a comparison slider

About a year ago, I wrote about Lucid Mode in Opera browser. Now, the feature has been enhanced with Lucid Mode 2.0. In case you are not aware of what it does, […]

Apple releases iOS 17.2 RC update

Apple has begun seeding the iOS 17.2 RC update to testers in the beta channel. The update brings the Journal app, and several fixes for issues that were reported by users. Journal […]

Apple TV+ and Paramount+ could be bundled into a single subscription

Apple and Paramount are reportedly working on a partnership to bundle Apple TV+ and Paramount+. This could be great for users who are interested and / or are subscribed to both services. […]

iOS 17.1.2, iPadOS 17.1.2 and macOS 14.1.2 patch 2 actively exploited security vulnerabilities

Apple has released a point update for iPhones, iPads and Macs. iOS 17.1.2, iPadOS 17.1.2 and macOS 14.1.2 ship with patches for 2 actively exploited security flaws. Apple patches 2 critical security […]

Microsoft is reportedly auto-installing the HP Smart app on Windows 10 and 11 PCs

Windows 10 and 11 ship with several apps that you may not want. One more app has reportedly joined the list of bloatware, the HP Smart app. A report by Windows Latest […]

Google Drive for iOS gets a document scanner

The Google Drive for iOS has been updated to introduce a new feature, a built-in document scanner. Finally, it was about time. The feature was recently revamped in the Android app. Here […]

Open extensions on Firefox for Android will be available from December 14

Mozilla has announced that it will allow Open extensions on Firefox for Android from December 14. Users will finally be able to break free from Firefox's limited collection of extensions, and install […]

YouTube Playables is a new Premium feature lets you stream games directly on your device

Google has introduced a new game streaming platform called YouTube Playables. The catch here is that it is only available for subscribers of YouTube Premium. This isn't Google's first venture into the […]

Ubisoft says that pop-up ads in game menus were due to a technical error

A few days ago, we reported that gamers were running into full-screen pop-up ads in the in-game menu in some of Ubisoft's games. The France-based company has apologized for the issue, and […]

Ubisoft is reportedly displaying pop-up ads in game menus on Xbox and PlayStation

While users are fuming about YouTube's shenanigans with blocking users who use ad-blockers, and delaying videos by 5 seconds on non-Chrome browsers, a new annoyance has been discovered by a gamer. A […]

We take a closer look at how ChatGPT Voice works on iOS and Android

Open AI has announced that ChatGPT Voice is now free for all users. I gave the feature a test drive, and here is how it works. It is worth noting that ChatGPT […]

Sunbird iMessage app shuts down temporarily due to security concerns

Nothing Tech launched and pulled its Nothing Chats app after just one day, when security experts pointed out the security issues in the app. And now, Sunbird, the original app with which […]

Atomic Stealer Malware is tricking Mac users with fake browser updates

Atomic Stealer is a malware that has been plaguing Mac users for a while now. This time, attackers are tricking users in a more sophisticated manner, by pretending to offer browser updates. […]

Steam now indicates whether a game supports DualShock and DualSense Controllers

Steam has updated its Store listings and Search filter to indicate whether a game supports DualShock and DualSense controllers. It even tells you whether a title has full controller support or partial […]

NVIDIA GeForce NOW adds support for Xbox Game Pass and UbiSoft+

NVIDIA has released an update for its GeForce NOW app, to add support for Xbox account syncing with Game Pass. The GPU-maker had announced support for Microsoft's platform a few months ago, […]

Nothing Chats app pulled from the Play Store due to privacy issues

The Nothing Chats app has come under fire from security researchers for privacy risks. The app which promised iMessage compatibility for Android devices, is no longer available for download, just a day […]

Apple is working on a larger iPad Mini and MacBooks with OLED panels

Details about Apple's upcoming OLED iPad models have surfaced online. A report says that a larger iPad Mini is also in the works. Apple's OLED iPad roadmap leaked Apple was rumored to […]

Apple to add support for RCS in iOS next year

Apple has confirmed that it will add support for RCS (Rich Communication Services) in iOS next year. Yes, it is really happening. Apple is bringing RCS support to iOS In a statement […]

Apple extends free Emergency SOS via satellite service for iPhone 14 users

Apple has announced that it has extended the free Emergency SOS via satellite service for iPhone 14 users. Existing users will be able to access the service for another year. Apple debuted […]

Nothing announces Nothing Chats app with iMessage compatibility

Nothing Tech has announced a new app called Nothing Chats. This will allow Nothing Phone users to chat with their iMessage friends. The Green Bubble vs Blue Bubble debate has been going […]

Apple posts record revenue from iPhone, Services, but iPad and Mac sales declined

Apple has published its earnings for the fourth quarter of Fiscal 2023. The company posted a record revenue of $89.5 Million for the previous quarter. But, Apple's net sales only summed up […]

Apple has plans to revolutionize health care with the Apple Watch

Apple could be working on several enhancements for its wearables to revolutionize health care. A report by Bloomberg's Mark Gurman and Drake Bennett goes into the details about the upcoming features in […]

Apple Music Voice plan is being discontinued

Apple has announced that it is discontinuing the Apple Music Voice plan. You know, the plan that only let you listen to music when you asked Siri to play some songs? That's […]

YouTube confirms it has launched a global effort to crack down on ad blockers

YouTube has confirmed that it has taken efforts to crack down on ad blockers. The news comes via an official statement sent by a company spokesperson to The Verge. Last month, I […]

Google Chrome for iOS now lets you move the address bar to the bottom

You can now move the address bar from the top to the bottom of the screen in Google Chrome for iOS. The feature had been tested for a few months before it […]

Apple unveils 14-inch and 16-inch M3 MacBook Pro models

Apple has unveiled 14-inch and 16-inch M3 MacBook Pro models with an M3 chip. The new laptops do not have a Touch Bar. Apple launches new MacBook Pro with M3 chips All […]

Apple announces 24-inch iMac with M3 chip

Apple has announced a new 24-inch iMac powered by the latest Apple Silicon M3 Chip, at its Halloween-themed Scary Fast event. A refresh has been due since the 2021 iMac launched. Here's […]

Xbox will reportedly block unofficial accessories from November

Do you have a third-party accessory connected to your Xbox? Microsoft won't let you use it anymore, because of an upcoming change to its rules. Xbox will not allow unofficial accessories from […]

iOS 17.1 update adds new options for AirDrop, StandBy, Apple Music

Apple has released the iOS 17.1 update along with iPadOS 17.1, after testing the software in beta for nearly a month. The update adds some new features for AirDrop, StandBy, Apple Music, […]

macOS 14.1 update fixes some bugs, and adds new warranty status page

Apple has released the macOS 14.1 update. The latest version of the operating system fixes a couple of bugs, and introduces some new features to Apple Music and the Settings apps. What's […]

Apple increases the price of Apple TV+, Arcade and News+ subscriptions

Apple has announced that it is increasing the prices of some of its digital services. Apple TV+, Apple Arcade and Apple News+ subscriptions are now more expensive. Apple TV+, Arcade and News+ […]

Apple debuts Journal app with iOS 17.2 beta

Apple has begun seeding iOS 17.2 beta to developers and users in the testing program. The update introduces the much-awaited Journal app. In case you missed it, Apple revealed the Journal app […]

Apple TV app could be revamped into a streaming hub

The Apple TV app is being completely revamped, according to a report by Bloomberg. The app is being transformed into an all-in-one streaming hub. While Apple continues to develop iTunes for Windows, […]