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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 […]

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

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 […]

Bitwarden rolls out a fix for high CPU and memory usage in its Edge extension

Several Bitwarden users have reported that the password manager's extension for Microsoft Edge has a high CPU and memory usage issue. The company has acknowledged the problem, and has rolled out a […]

Apple releases iCloud Passwords extension for Chrome and Edge on macOS Sonoma

Here's some good news for Chrome and Edge users on macOS Sonoma. You can access your iCloud Keychain via the iCloud Passwords extension. The password manager add-on isn't particularly new, it was […]

Apple releases first public betas of iOS 17, iPadOS 17 and macOS 14 Sonoma

A month after releasing developer channel versions of its operating systems at WWDC 2023, Apple has now released the first public beta builds of iOS 17, iPadOS 17 and macOS 14 Sonoma. […]

Chromium based browsers are not loading pages properly on Linux, here's how to fix it

Several users have said that their Chromium-based browsers are not rendering pages on some Linux distros. The issue seems to have surfaced after a recent update for Linux's LLVM libraries, specifically libllvm […]

Apple has pulled a Rapid Security Response update that fixed an exploited flaw in iOS 16.5.1, iPadOS 16.5.1, and macOS 13.4.1

Apple has released a Rapid Security Response update for iOS 16.5.1, iPadOS 16.5.1, and macOS 13.4.1. The emergency update fixes an actively exploited vulnerability that affects the WebKit engine, but Apple may […]

Denuvo wants to publish benchmarks to prove its DRM doesn't affect performance of games

Irdeto, the company behind the Denuvo Anti-Tamper technology wants to publish benchmarks to show that its anti-piracy software does not impact the performance of PC games. If you listen closely, you may […]

Apple could launch a 32-inch iMac in 2024

Apple is reportedly working on a 32-inch iMac. The large screen device is not expected to hit the market until late 2024. The news comes via Bloomberg's Mark Gurman who in his […]

Firefox is finally adding a volume slider in Picture-in-Picture

Mozilla has added a much requested feature in Firefox 116 Beta. The experimental version of the browser has a volume slider in Picture-in-Picture mode. Mozilla introduced Picture-in-Picture (PiP) in Firefox in 2019. […]

Winamp for iOS is now available via TestFlight

Winamp for iOS is now available for download via TestFlight. We take a look at what the beta version of the music player looks like. My earliest memory of Winamp is from […]

Firefox 116 Beta adds Quick Actions to Address Bar

Mozilla began testing called Quick Actions in Firefox Nightly in July 2022. A year later, the feature is now available by default in Firefox 116 Beta 1. What are Firefox Quick Actions […]

iPhone 15 series will reportedly get larger batteries across all models

Apple's next mobile devices could offer significantly better battery life than before. A report alleges that the iPhone 15 series is getting larger batteries for all models. An article by IT Home […]

Apple to request US Supreme Court to reverse App Store ruling in Epic Games Case

A few months ago, Apple won an antitrust suit against Epic Games. Now, the company wants to appeal against a ruling that affects its App Store. You may recall that Epic Games […]

Next-gen AirPods Pro may come with USB-C charging case

The next generation of AirPods Pro will move away from Apple's Lightning port for the charging case. Mark Gurman says that the company is switching to USB-C charging cases for the wearable […]

How to enable Copilot in Windows 11

About a month ago, Microsoft revealed Windows Copilot for Windows 11. The Redmond company has introduced the feature in the latest Dev Channel build. We take a closer look at it, and […]

Windows 11 Settings is getting a new home page

Microsoft has begun testing a home page in the Windows 11 Settings app. The feature is currently rolling out to users in the Dev Channel of the Windows Insider Preview Program. New […]

Best cookie consent pop-up blockers for Apple Safari

The cookie consent pop-blocker extension, Super Agent for Safari, is no longer free to use, it now has a subscription model. Here are some free alternatives that you may want to try […]

ChatGPT on iOS adds support for Bing, but locks it behind a subscription

OpenAI released the ChatGPT app on iOS about a month and a half ago. It now supports Bing, but there's a catch. Access to Microsoft's chatbot is exclusively available for ChatPlus subscribers. […]

Apple hikes iCloud+ storage prices in UK and some countries around the World

Apple iCloud+ storage prices have been increased in some countries around the World. The service's plans are 25% more expensive in specific regions. iCloud+ offers a few benefits over the free plan […]

Ubisoft Connect beta brings a new interface for the launcher and more features

Ubisoft has released a beta version of its PC game launcher. We take a look at its new interface and features in it. What's new in Ubisoft Connect Beta According to the […]

Apple is reportedly working on several Mac models

Apple announced the 15-inch MacBook Air M2 and Mac Pro M2 Ultra earlier this month, but Mark Gurman reports that the Cupertino company is working on several Mac models. Here's what we […]

How to use and manage Passkeys in Windows 11

Microsoft has added support for Passkeys in Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 23486. You can use it for a passwordless sign-in experience across apps and websites. This website lists various services that […]

Apple Vision Pro may have a Travel Mode for plane rides

The Apple Vision Pro headset could have a feature that has been fine-tuned for airplane rides. The wearable device may have a Travel Mode that may offer a much different experience. Airplane […]

Apple releases iOS 16.5.1, iPadOS 16.5.1, macOS 13.4.1 to patch actively exploited vulnerabilities

Apple has released iOS 16.5.1, iPadOS 16.5.1, macOS 13.4.1 with security fixes for actively exploited vulnerabilities. It has also released an emergency update for older iPhones, Macs and iPads. Apple patches actively […]

Apple App Store ads in Today Tab are getting a smaller design

Apple has revealed that ads in the Today Tab on its App Store will soon have a different design. The Cupertino company rolled out ads on the App Store in October 2022, […]

Chrome for iOS to add support for Maps, Calendar and Google Lens

Google Chrome for iOS is getting some new features. The Search giant has outlined how the mobile browser will improve support Maps, Calendar and Google Lens. Google Chrome for iOS adds support […]

Google is shutting down Album Archive: here's how to export your data

Another Google service is being killed. This time it is Google Album Archive that is shutting down, here's how to export your data from it. Google has sent out an email to […]

New European Union law requires smartphones, laptops to have easily replaceable batteries

The European Union has passed a new law that requires smartphones to come with batteries that can be easily replaced by the user. The EU had initially submitted a proposal regarding the […]

iPhone 15 may feature an improved Ultra Wideband chip to support Vision Pro

Apple introduced its first mixed reality headset called the Vision Pro at WWDC 2023 earlier this month. According to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the company is already working on improving the device's […]

How to use Emergency Restart in Windows 11

Did you know that there is an Emergency Restart in Windows 11? The option is kind of hidden, so it's possible you may have not been aware of it. Have you ever […]

Teams Chat taskbar integration is being removed from Windows 11

Microsoft is removing the Teams Chat taskbar integration from Windows 11. The app's menu is being replaced with a plain shortcut. Windows 11 will soon let you unpin Teams Chat app When […]

Steam client update brings in-game Notes app, redesigned overlay and more

Valve has released a new update for its Steam client that introduces a redesigned interface for the in-game overlay. It also brings the Notes app that we tested a few months ago. […]

iPhones with a long-awaited feature? Craig Federighi hints that, but only for certain regions

Apple's Senior Vice President of Software Engineering, Craig Federighi, has hinted that iOS 17 may support sideloading in the EU. It seems the company is working with the EU to discuss compliance. […]

Here's the new lock screen experience in macOS 14 Sonoma

Last week, we discussed how the new Desktop Widgets work in macOS 14 Sonoma. Now, we are going to take a look at the new lock screen experience. Before that, here's a […]

Microsoft is bringing Xbox Game Pass to Nvidia GeForce Now

Microsoft has confirmed that Game Pass subscribers will soon be able to play their favorite games on Nvidia GeForce Now. The news was announced the Xbox games Showcase and Starfield Direct gaming […]

Several Reddit clients including Apollo, Reddit is Fun, Sync and ReddPlanet are shutting down

Multiple third-party clients for Reddit have announced that they are shutting down at the end of the month. This includes the likes of Apollo, Reddit is Fun, Sync and ReddPlanet. We recently […]