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Google begins integrating ads into AI Overviews on Google Search

Google is revamping its search engine with the help of AI. The company announced AI Overviews not long ago. This new feature displays an AI reply at the top of the Google […]

Apple releases iOS 17.5.1 to fix Photo glitch that made deleted photos reappear

Apple releases iOS 17.5.1 to fix Photo glitch that made deleted photos reappear

Apple has released a point update to fix the iOS 17.5 photo glitch. iOS 17.5.1 patches the bug that was causing deleted photos to be available again. As you may recall, the […]

iOS 17.5 and macOS Sonoma 14.5 update adds anti-tracking feature, offline support for News+

iOS 17.5 and macOS Sonoma 14.5 update adds anti-tracking feature, offline support for News+

Apple has released the iOS 17.5, macOS Sonoma 14.5 and iPadOS 17.5 updates. The new software comes with a cross-platform anti-tracker feature, and improves the capabilities of the News app. What's new […]

Apple launches iPad Pro with M4 chip, but removes the headphone jack

Apple launches iPad Pro with M4 chip, but removes the headphone jack

Apple has launched a new iPad, the first one in over a year and a half. Let's take a look at what the iPad Pro has to offer. The new iPad Pro […]

Google now lets you set up 2-Step Verification without adding a phone number

Google now lets you set up 2-Step Verification without adding a phone number

Google has announced that it is streamlining the process of setting up 2-Step Verification (2SV) for user accounts. Users can now enable 2SV without adding a phone number. Prior to this change, […]

Microsoft introduces Passkeys support for consumer accounts

Microsoft introduces Passkeys support for consumer accounts

Microsoft is celebrating World Password Day by announcing a new feature. All Microsoft consumer accounts now support Passkeys. Microsoft first added support for Passkeys in Windows 11 last year, but it only […]

Microsoft OneDrive on the web is adding an offline mode, but not for everyone

Microsoft OneDrive on the web is adding an offline mode, but not for everyone

Microsoft has announced that it is adding an offline mode to OneDrive on the web. The feature is only available for work and school users. The Redmond company began updating OneDrive in […]

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

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 […]

YouTube decided to shift its concentration to better performing ad formats and get rid of one of the existing formats.

Google intensifies fight against YouTube adblockers

Google just announced that it is intensifying its fight against adblockers on YouTube. The message was posted to the official YouTube support website. The writing was on the wall. Reports about changes […]

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Google is releasing previously Pixel-exclusive AI tools to all Google Photos users

Soon, all users of the photo viewing and editing app Google Photos may use a number of AI tools to edit their photos. Google announced yesterday that the three AI tools Magic […]

Google announces improved Find My Device network for Android devices

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, […]

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Google considers charging you extra for AI-powered Google Search features

A report by the Financial Times (via Neowin) suggests that Google is considering charging search users for use of AI-powered search features. The push towards an AI powered future has reached search […]

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

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

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

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 […]

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

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 […]

Apple releases macOS Sonoma 14.4 update with over 50 security fixes

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 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 […]

Amazon Fire TV update breaks some apps

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 […]

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Google AI: Goodbye Bard: Gemini Advanced and Google One AI launches

Today, Google launched a series of updates for its AI products. Google Bard, the company's main consumer AI product, is no more. Google changed the name of its core consumer AI product […]

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

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. […]

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Microsoft Graveyard: last honor for dead Microsoft products

You may have heard of Google Graveyard. A website dedicated to all the products and services that Google terminated over the years. Google Podcasts is one of the latest products in the […]

Google confirms that cache links have been removed from search results

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

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'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 […]

The 10 best hidden Google Games that you can play in your browser

Google is known for a lot of things: search, advertisement, AI, Android, security and more. The company dabbled in gaming as well, but its Stadia project did not meet Google's high expectations. […]

Learn how to enable Stolen Device Protection on iPhone

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 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 […]

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Google ends support for less secure passwords in third-party apps (workaround)

If you use an application or service that requires a Google username and password, then you may not be able to use it anymore after September 30, 2024. This may impact third-party […]

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

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 […]

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Google lists improvements that only users from the EU will get

Google published a list of changes to some of its products and services that it plans to launch before March 6, 2024 to users from the EU. Companies like Google react to […]

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

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 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 […]

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

Is Google deliberately slowing down YouTube video buffering for adblock users?

Reports suggest that Google may have implemented yet another anti-adblocking technique on YouTube. After slowing down the loading of YouTube for people with adblockers and showing ad blockers are not allowed by […]

Proton says that Outlook is Microsoft's new data collection service

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 […]

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X (former Twitter) to launch peer-to-peer payments in 2024

Elon Musk's plan to turn X, formerly known as Twitter, into an "everything" app is going to pick up speed in 2024. In a new post on the official X Business blog […]

Apple tells the EU that it operates 5 App Stores, not just one

Apple tells the EU that it operates 5 App Stores, not just one

Apple has told the European Union that it does not operate a single App Store, but 5 of them. This bizarre argument comes a few months ahead of when the company has […]

Apple Vision Pro will be available in stores from February 2 in the U.S.

Apple Vision Pro will be available in stores from February 2 in the U.S.

We finally have an official launch date for the Apple Vision Pro. The first spatial computer from the tech giant which was announced in June last year, will be available in Apple […]

Apple is sending Batterygate settlement payments to iPhone users in the U.S

Apple is sending Batterygate settlement payments to iPhone users in the U.S

Did Apple send $92.17 to your bank account? It's not a random gift out of generosity, the company is sending the settlement payments to iPhone users who had filed for a Batterygate […]

More details emerge about the Justice Department's sweeping antitrust case against Apple

More details emerge about the Justice Department's sweeping antitrust case against Apple

A few days ago, we discussed the tough challenges that Apple could face in the U.S. and the EU. Today, more details have emerged about the Department of Justice's antitrust case against […]