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Monthly Archives: March 2019

  • Apple Announces Apple Card Secure Credit Card With Daily Cash Back

    Apple has partnered with Goldman Sachs to launch a new digital credit card called simply, Apple Card. Apple is touting the security and privacy benefit of this new payment option along with its ease of use. Apple Card primarily resides digitally within the Wallet app on your smartphone. The Apple...
  • Apple launches its own credit card

    Apple has announced that is is launching its own credit card, Apple Card. There will be both an iPhone and physical version which will launch in the US in the summer, the firm said. The iPhone version includes a 2% cashback incentive on each purchase, has no late fees, annual...
  • Apple News Plus Magazine Subscription Service Announced: 300+ Publications At $9.99/Month

    Over the past few years, Apple’s services arm has been growing in strength, adding greatly to the company’s bottom line as iPhone sales have been faltering a bit. Today, Apple Is flexing its services muscle quite a bit with the introduction of a new extension to Apple News. Apple News...
  • Here’s How To Delay Microsoft’s Windows 10 April Update From Installing On Your PC

    Microsoft’s Windows 10 October 2018 update was a bit of a disaster. Although Microsoft's software developers have been working tirelessly on the upcoming April update, many users are skeptical. Here are a few way concerned PC users can delay Microsoft’s Windows 10 April update. There are a few things to...
  • Some Galaxy S10 Users Confirm Severe Battery Drain After VOIP Calls

    By all accounts, the Galaxy S10 is an excellent smartphone. It has one of the best displays—if not THE best, based on DisplayMate's testing—on the market, it is plenty fast, and the phone's camera performance is worthy of a flagship handset. But like anything else in this world, it's not...
  • Gmail IFTTT Integration Will Soon Be Gutted As Part Of Google Security Sweep

    For anyone who uses IFTTT (If This Then That), a free web-based service to create chains of simple conditional statements via applets, be aware that Gmail integration is about to be broken in a big way. Simply put, every IFTTT action and trigger for Gmail will stop working at the...
  • You Can Download Microsoft's Chrome-Infused Edge Browser Right Now

    Microsoft is in the process of rebuilding its Edge browser around Chromium, the same open source project that powers Google's own Chrome browser. The transition will not happen overnight—Microsoft said in December that the move will happen over the "next year or so," with no specific date mentioned. That said...
  • ASUS AMD X570 Motherboard Lineup Leaked While Ryzen CPU Discount Deals Flow

    AMD is expected to launch its Ryzen 3000 desktop processor family this summer. Otherwise known as Matisse, the upcoming chips are based on AMD's 7-nanometer Zen 2 architecture, which yields faster clockspeeds and an improved IPC for better overall performance. The new chips will also be accompanied by a new...
  • Nintendo Rumored To Release Two New Switch Models At E3 2019

    The Nintendo Switch has been an incredibly popular game console that has sold very well for Nintendo. The Japanese gaming giant confirmed in January that it had sold over 32 million Switch consoles as of the end of 2018. Now, a new report claims that there are two new versions...
  • Datacentre equipment manufacturers must make their firmware available

    The latest rules for the European Commission EcoDesign Directive now includes specific requirements for servers and storage manufacturers to make the firmware of their hardware available to customers. The Commission’s Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs (ENTR) Lot 9, which becomes effective in March 2020, stipulates that built-in, software-based data deletion...

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