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Microsoft spreads the Dark Mode love to another four iPhone and iPad apps

October 16, 2019

Category: Apps & OS, Mobile

Four of Microsoft’s most popular apps for iPhones and iPads are finally ready to leave their users in the dark… in a good way. We’re talking about Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote, a productivity-focused quartet joining Outlook and OneDrive today […]


Google Pixel 4 press images show out Motion Sense gestures and face unlock

October 11, 2019

Category: Mobile, Smartphones

We’ve already seen a myriad of Pixel 4 leaks even though we’re still 4 days away from the official Google event. Given the phone’s extensive leak history, it was only natural that the marketing campaign also appeared before the official […]


Google to launch Live Caption feature with Pixel 4 devices

October 1, 2019

Category: Apps & OS, Mobile

Back at Google I/O the search giant announced a feature called Live Caption that transcribes audio into subtitles and puts them on the screen. Now, thanks to XDA-Developers, we can see how the feature works – it analyzes any audio […]


Apps & OS, Mobile

iOS 13 runs on 50% of all iPhones, Apple reveals

October 17, 2019

Via: GSM Arena

Apple just came out with an interesting insight on how iOS 13 adoption is going. The article is aimed mostly at iOS app developers so they can be in touch with the trends. So according to the pie chart in […]


Mobile, Privacy, Security, Smartphones

Samsung Galaxy S10 has a major security flaw – but it’s going to be fixed

October 17, 2019

Via: Techradar

As security flaws go, a fingerprint scanner that will unlock a phone for any unregistered print is pretty serious – and that’s exactly what seems to be happening with the Samsung Galaxy S10. Okay, there’s a bit more to it […]


Internet, Social Networking

Why social networks keep tripping over their own content moderation policies

October 16, 2019

Via: The Verge

Over the past week or so, it has felt like the entire public conversation around tech has turned a now familiar question: what should stay up, and what should come down? First, there’s the ongoing debate about whether Facebook should […]