Monday, July 06, 2020
Follow Us
Tech

PewDiPie, whose real name is Felix Kjellberg, had amassed over 100m followers in 2019 when he abruptly announced he was leaving the platform.

What do you think?

Leave comment!

Tech

If there's one company the pandemic has turned into a household name, it's Zoom. Amid the continued state lockdowns, the video conferencing platform has become a lifeline for schools and businesses and a gathering place for virtual cocktail hours, birthday parties, workout classes and even weddings.

What do you think?

Leave comment!

Tech

Apple plans to add a new feature (Battery Health Management) to the latest version of the macOS Catalina operating system.

What do you think?

Leave comment!

Tech
Consumes the same energy as biological neurons. A chip 100 times smaller than the diameter of a human hair is capable of replicating the activity of a biological brain with the same neurological voltage.

What do you think?

Leave comment!

Tech

Hacking activity against corporations in the United States and other countries more than doubled by some measures last month as digital thieves took advantage of security weakened by pandemic work-from-home policies, researchers said.

What do you think?

Leave comment!

Tech

Like the other police and security forces in other countries, the FBI has adopted the role of a security advisor in new technologies or the Internet.

What do you think?

Leave comment!

Tech

Apple has announced a new iPhone SE, reviving a mid-market brand it had discontinued in 2018.

What do you think?

Leave comment!

Tech

A flaw in Apple's mobile operating system may have left millions of iPhone and iPad users vulnerable to hackers.

What do you think?

Leave comment!

Tech

A rumor has recently surfaced that Google has been working collaboratively with Samsung to create its own processor, and possibly the processor it will use on its future Google Pixels phones. Now, Axios media confirmed this rumor, adding some details about the processor, codenamed "Whitechapel".

What do you think?

Leave comment!

Tech

A mystery hacker allegedly stole $25m (£20m) in crypto-currencies - and then returned the funds two days later.

What do you think?

Leave comment!

Subscribe

Subscribe