Category: Technology

Lenovo’s folding Thinkpad X1 laptop gets a release date, and it could be before the Surface Neo

In the summer Lenovo showed off a folding laptop at their Accelerate event. Called the Lenovo Thinkpad X1, the laptop is designed for highly mobile, tech-savvy professionals who demand the best tools, and promising that the unprecedented portability will in no way compromise productivity and reliability. The device was given

The Outer Worlds confirmed as Xbox One X enhanced, no PS4 Pro support

Obsidian Entertainment’s upcoming open-world RPG The Outer Worlds may be a multiplatform title, but it’s clearly picking favourites. With the game coming out on October 25th, fans were left wondering whether or not their enhanced consoles would see any benefits. Well, the answer is yes… If you have an Xbox

Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote apps updated with Dark Mode support for all users

Microsoft today announced the release of updated Office apps for iOS devices. This latest build v2.30 brings Dark Mode support in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote for iOS 13 users. Improved accessibility and an updated UI help keep you productive anywhere. In iOS 13.0 and later, people can select a

Review: ASUS ROG STRIX GL10CS is a solid gaming desktop with one fatal flaw

As far as gaming desktops go, the new ASUS ROG STRIX GL10CS is an almost pure recommendation outside of one fatal flaw. ROG may be known for going all out, but the for-gamers-by-gamers brand has never shied away from more conservative hardware. Amongst the blinding RGBs and intense gamer high-ends, the

NYC government has been cracking locked iPhones for the last two years

We already know that Israeli firm Cellebrite offers special tools that can unlock locked iPhones. Several government agencies around the world use Cellebrite’s unlock tools to gather evidence from seized iPhones. According to a latest report, NYC Manhattan DA’s office had access to Cellebrite’s Universal Forensic Extraction Device (UFED) Premium

Microsoft might be getting rid of the rounded corners on Chromium-based Edge

Earlier today, Microsoft updated the Canary branch of Chromium-based Edge to v79.0.300.0. The update brought general bug fixes and improvements to the web browser. In the new update, Microsoft also made some UI changes and the company seems to be ditching the rounded corners. First spotted by a Reddit user,

Chrome Beta for Desktop will now help you make phone calls on your smartphone

After Microsoft, Google seems to be working hard to make sure that PCs and smartphones work more closely. The company recently added a new feature to Google Chrome, it allows you to send web content from your smartphone to other devices and vice-versa. The company has added another new feature

Microsoft is now asking users running Windows 10 v1803 to update to a recent feature update

Windows 10 v1803  will reach the end of support on November 12, 2019. Since there’s just a month left, Microsoft has started poking users, reminding them to upgrade to a newer feature update. According to a user on Reddit (via Techdows), Windows 10 Update page now shows an advisory “you’re

Mozilla Firefox will soon allow users to set a custom search engine for Private browsing

Mozilla is working on bringing a new feature which will allow users to set a custom search engine for private browsing. The feature which was first added to Vivaldi will allow users to set the search engine separately for private browsing. This is a particularly useful feature since it will

Samsung Pay Beta gets updated with support for Samsung Pay Cash Card and international money transfers

Samsung is rolling out a new update for Samsung Pay users. The latest update brings a couple of new features to the app. Along with that, Samsung is also introducing something called Samsung Pay Cash Card. This is Samsung’s very own virtual card to compete with Apple Card. The new

New leak gives us the first look at the upcoming Microsoft Surface devices

Microsoft is holding their annual hardware event on October 2 and the company has been teasing new Surface devices. Apart from that, Microsoft is also teasing “one more thing” suggesting this might be one of the biggest events for Microsoft in recent years. While we have a rough idea of

Apple to skip OLED displays and go with Mini-LED displays for future iPad and MacBook

Apple currently uses LCD displays with LED backlighting to offer high contrast ratio, deep blacks and bright whites in its MacBook and iPad products. While some Windows OEMs have started offering OLED displays in laptops, it looks like Apple will skip OLED displays for its iPad and MacBook. According to