Apple Watch After a long absence, Google Maps will be back on the Apple Watch. In the next few weeks, Google will roll out an app update for Apple devices. Launching from Engadget, Google Maps suddenly disappeared three years ago from the Apple Watch. The same goes for other apps, including Amazon, eBay, and Target.
Although it is unclear whyRead more »
Signs of Gadget Addiction – Signs of gadget addiction are often not realized by many people. Moreover, nowadays smartphones have become a major need and cannot be separated from everyone’s daily life. You definitely need a smartphone to do work or just for entertainment.
It can be seen how nowadays everyone carries a gadget. Having a gadget does make itRead more »
Lenovo was one of the first companies to really nail 2-in-1 design, and ever since it’s been refining the formula for its top-notch convertibles. And while there are a couple small variables I’m not fully on board with for this year’s edition, there’s no doubt the new 14-inch Yoga 9i is continuing Lenovo’s excellent track record. You get superb batteryRead more »
These days, the idea of a camera just for “action” feels like a bit of an anachronism. In 2022 social media is king, and action is a just one subsection thereof. You only need to look at the last few GoPros, and the competition, to see that brands with skin in the game are all too aware of that. EnterRead more »
This type of battery is commonly use by almost all smartphone products, except for entry-level smartphones. Because sometimes, entry-level smartphones still use ordinary Li-Ion batteries.
The advantage of this battery is that it has a longer lifespan than “regular” Li-Ion batteries. But still, even though it is superior, there are certain tricks and ways to maximize the life of thisRead more »
Have you ever received a notification about a cellular data usage warning or a data usage warning on your Android smartphone or tablet? If you have, maybe you will wonder what the notification means. And how to get rid of mobile data usage warnings on our cellphones.
Relax, although it’s a little annoying because it always appears in the notificationRead more »
It’s no secret that Android devices are vulnerable to powerful malware and other similar malicious programs. Generally, malicious malware will be destroyed after the device is returned to factory mode or factory reset. However, this is not the case for this malware. It is xHelper, malware that was first discovered around last March. The spread is quite aggressive. Until thisRead more »
If you are starting to gather a number of handy smart devices around your home. You may be wondering how secure a smart home is and if anyone could potentially hack it. Could someone else be looking through your security camera? Could they gain control of devices like smart plugs — or even smart door locks? Do hackers really roamRead more »
Meta has announced that Instagram and Facebook users in the US can now connect their wallets and share their digital collectibles on their handles. The users can also cross-post their digital collectibles across both these platforms. The development comes almost two months after the company expanded non-fungible tokens (NFT) support on Instagram to 100 countries in Africa, Asia-Pacific, the MiddleRead more »
Parenting In the Tech : In a previous article I mentioned the challenges that my wife and I are having with figuring out how to deal with the new technology that now seems to always be in our children’s hands. My wife and I don’t always see eye to eye on how to parent in this new modern tech age.