iOS 11 supports QR scanning using the Camera app. And you can use websites make your own QR codes. But they’re all a bit clunky. There’s now an easy way to create your own QR codes, right... Read more »
How often do you go out of your way to communicate with someone via email? Usually, it’s a medium that you’d rather avoid when trying to stay in touch with the people you need to talk to.... Read more »
Whether you’re working in the office or the classroom, you’re going to run into Microsoft Office. It’s an essential suite of programs you’ll need to know. Mastering them will give you a leg up on all your... Read more »
A week after launching the U.S., the U.K., and few other key markets of the world, Apple today launched the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus in India and 28 other markets. The initial response to the... Read more »
Security firm Duo Security analyzed more than 73,000 Macs, and the results showed that, in total, 4.2 percent of the machines were running insecure firmware that left them vulnerable to Extensible Firmware Interface (EFI) attacks. Percentages of... Read more »
Yesterday, Apple responded to FCC over demand for FM radio to be activated on iPhones. Apple stated that iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 models do not have FM radio chips nor do they have antennas designed to... Read more »
Apple’s own custom designed A-series chip found inside the iPhone and iPad give it a serious competitive advantage over various other Android OEMs. The company aims to build on that as it is looking to reduce its... Read more »
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