Windows/Mac/Linux/Android: Love the feel of writing by hand, but wish you could use features like copy/paste and undo? Write is a free tool that lets you do just that.
You find something called rpcsvchost while using Activity Monitor to see what’s running on your Mac. What is this process, and should you be worried? In a word, no: rpcsvhost is a core part of macOS....
Apple wants a 30 percent cut of all in-app purchases. Amazon doesn’t want to give Apple a 30 percent cut of Kindle book sales.
Disney’s top priority for 2019 is launching a streaming service. It will be cheaper than Netflix and possibly named “Disney Play.”
Google plans to add a sidebar to Google Calendar, Docs, Sheets, and Slides. Users will be able to create notes, tasks, and calendar appointments while editing documents.
Ever feel like you’re being prompted into going along with something you don’t want because better options aren’t clearly being presented? You probably just found a dark pattern.
Attackers may have compromised three percent of T-Mobile’s 77 million customers on Monday, revealing personal information like addresses, phone numbers, and account numbers.
Netflix has long planned for a library that’s half original content, and two years later the production engine is up and running. This is the second month in a row where more than half of new content on the site is Orig...
Miss the mid-90s? Me neither, but Windows 95 still gives me a good feeling. You can download it right now if you want.
Mac OS X, called macOS these days, first launched as a public beta in the autumn of 2000. Things have changed a lot since then.
Linux gamers have more choice as of today because of a beta compatibility layer introduce by Valve, the company behind Steam.
Ikea plans to launch a $10 smart plug that supports Apple HomeKit, Google Assistant, and Alexa. It could be on shelves by October.
macOS: Is there a certain Preference pane you access constantly? You can quickly add it to your dock.
Accidentally sending an unfinished email is the worst, and so is changing your mind right after hitting send. Happily Android Gmail users now have access to an undo button.
A new Roku feature curates free TV shows and movies in one place, so you don’t have to jump between channels in order to find them all. Nothing highlighted requires a cable subscription.
Netflix removed all user reviews from the site over the weekend, a change announced months ago. Be honest: you probably didn’t even notice.
Gmail users can now use Gmail’s Confidential Mode to send self-descruting emails on Android and iPhone.
Xumo.TV brings the channel surfing experience to cord cutters, with content from The History Channel, MSNBC, Fox Sports, and more. And it’s free.
Organizing windows on macOS is a pain—you’ve got to drag and resize everything manually. Happily, there are a bunch of apps that can help.
Every major third party Twitter client basically broke today, with key features like realtime updates, push notifications, and stats no longer working. Twitter caused the change themselves by shutting down some key APIs....
The SNES only had 64 kilobytes of audio RAM, yet composers used it to create some of the most memorable soundtracks in history. How is that possible?
Web Security, a Firefox extension with over 200,000 current users, tracks every website users visit and stores that information on a German web server.
Facebook banned all ads for Kodi boxes this week, the latest in a long run of similar crackdowns.
You can now use Cortana to talk to Alexa, if you live in the US. Other countries are coming later.