Category: Technology

Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, Microsoft pauses Edge release Microsoft announced that they are pausing the rollout of Edge v81. They cited the ongoing “global circumstances” surrounding the coronavirus outbreak as to why they’ve decided to pause the rollout. Software updates, including the new Edge release, usually require security reviews and compatibility testing to ensure […]

The U.S. Government is urging users to update Chrome 80 for their own security Google’s newest version of Chrome, Chrome 80, offers numerous high-rated security flaw fixes. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has been encouraging all Google Chrome users to update to version 80.0.3987.122. With this version, no less than 56 high-rated vulnerability […]

Samsung has released the Galaxy Z Flip phone with foldable glass display. After Samsung’s Galaxy Fold issues and failure, they’ve decided to release a different kind of foldable phone. The Galaxy Z Flip phone, which released on February 14, 2020, retails for $1,380. Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip is similar to a Motorola Razr, as it […]

Apple’s malware problem is getting worse and now outpaces Windows Malwarebytes just released their latest State of Malware report and things aren’t looking good for Macs. The amount of malware on Macs is outpacing PCs for the first time ever. Part of the problem may stem from the myth that Macs are not susceptible to […]

New discrete GPU will double current Ice Lake performance Intel has unveiled its upcoming Xe discrete graphics chip that will be arriving in later 2020, with limited details. At Intel’s CES 2020 keynote, they showed off their graphics chip and how it’s going to be implemented. They started with a standalone DG1 “software development vehicle” […]

Microsoft Teams rolling out a secure walkie-talkie feature Soon, you’ll be able to use Microsoft Teams to speak to your colleagues quickly and easily, via Walkie Talkie. The feature will turn smartphones or tablets into a walkie-talkie that will work over Wi-Fi. It can also be used over the cellular network. Microsoft is embedding the […]

Blue light may not be as disruptive to sleep as night mode is Researchers at the University of Manchester have found that blue light may not be as disruptive to our sleep patterns as originally thought. The team found that using dim, cooler lights in the evening and bright warmer lights in the day may […]

Intel CPUs released since 2013 are impacted by Zombieload v2 In May of this year, the Zombieload vulnerability, which affects older Intel CPUs, was disclosed to the public. Zombieload now has a second variant that also works against more recent Intel processors. This means that Cascade Lake, Intel’s latest line of high-end CPUs, is also […]

Motorola releases a walkie-talkie and cellphone hybrid to help first responders In emergencies, smartphones aren’t always able to live up to their potential, (for instance, when a hurricane or tornado knocks down cell towers, or if a forest fire disrupts the communication infrastructure in remote areas). For reasons like these, first responders rely on land […]

A revamped Nvidia Shield has been released Nvidia has introduced a revamped version of its Android TV streaming device, complete with faster processor and a new remote control. The Nvidia Shield was first introduced in 2015. The device doubles as a console for both local and cloud-based video games. In addition to that, a Shield […]