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Lifestyle  /  Published 15.02.22

Privacy comes first for Apple

It is always about privacy-first for Apple, which the company has highlighted with the recent changes to AirTags, which was launched last year to help locate personal belongings. Then came reports of ...
By Mathures Paul

Science Tech  /  Published 14.02.22

Fine-tune your phone list

Introduce Yourself Apple’s iOS Contacts app and Google’s free Contacts for Android include a card for your own details. It may seem odd, but the information you provide is helpful when wo...
By J.D. Biersdorfer , NYTNS

Science Tech  /  Published 08.02.22

Twitter has expanded its downvote button test worldwide

Firing up the Twitter app may present you with an extra option that you may not have asked for — a “downvote” arrow to the right of the “like button”. The experimental fe...
By Mathures Paul

Science Tech  /  Published 07.02.22

Help the beaver, heal the world

VERDICT: Overall, if you’re looking for a quality game that’s easy to pick up, quick to play in short bytes of time and doesn’t show any ads, Tallest Tree is definitely worth playing...
By Rajit Pimpale

Science Tech  /  Published 31.01.22

Apple to launch updates for iPhone and iPad

iOS 15.4 and iPadOS 15.4 Helping Apple grow every year are fresh line-ups as well as constant updates, enough of which are there on iOS 15.4. The first available public beta is available for you to t...
By Mathures Paul

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Science Tech  /  Published 24.01.22

PunBall fun, no pun intended

But even if you are stuck, it is not frustrating to keep trying the same level. That’s because every round feels different and losing does not seem unfair. The reason being a balance between luc...
By Rajit Pimpale

Science Tech  /  Published 21.01.22

Planning to switch to an iPhone? It’s easy

Which iPhone should I get? It’s a question many ask after making a decision to switch from Android. More importantly, why switch to an iPhone? Here are a few reasons. Constant updates Switchin...
By Mathures Paul

Science Tech  /  Published 16.01.22

The digital beyond

Facebook Memorialisation Settings On Facebook, the depressing feature is called Memorialisation Settings. A user can choose to either appoint a legacy contact to look after a memorialised account or ...
By Mathures Paul

Science Tech  /  Published 03.01.22

Google Docs, the editors’ genie

In the middle of editing a Google Docs article, do not panic if your Internet connection plays up. You can continue working offline on Google Docs with a Chrome browser extension. There are several r...
By Surit Doss

Science Tech  /  Published 16.12.21

Apple Music’s monthly plan costs less than a cappuccino

Service: Apple Music Voice Plan Price: Rs 49 a month • Apple Music Voice Plan, using the power of Siri, makes listening to music simple. Customers can listen to the entire Apple Music catalogue...
By Mathures Paul


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