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Your iPhone and Apple Watch Are Now Hotel Keys

Apple and Hyatt have come together to turn your Apple devices into a hotel room key. You can use either an iPhone or an Apple Watch to take advantage of the feature, but it’s only available at Hyatt hotels for the time being….

Microsoft Testing Voice Control in Windows 11

Microsoft is constantly rolling out new updates to Windows Insiders. Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22518 for the Dev channel is one of the more exciting ones in recent memory, as it adds voice access to the operating syste…

Your Roku Device Isn’t Losing YouTube After All

Google and Roku haven’t been on the same page lately. Google removed YouTube TV from Roku devices, and it was close to removing YouTube. Thankfully, the two companies have agreed to a long-term deal that’ll keep YouTube on Ro…

SSD Slowing Down? Windows 11 Might Be to Blame

Users are reporting issues with Windows 11 and NVMe SSDs slowing down. If you’ve noticed that your drive isn’t as blazing-fast as it used to be and you’ve recently switched to Windows 11, that could be your problem….

Steam Needs to Copy This New Xbox App Feature

Microsoft is beta testing a new feature for the Xbox app on PC that seems so obvious that it’s incredible it hasn’t come to every PC gaming storefront. The app’s beta will now tell you right away if a game will run well on yo…

Here’s How Firefox 95 Is Even More Secure

Mozilla is getting ready to release Firefox 95. While the list of new features won’t exactly set the browser world on fire, the security upgrade the browser is receiving is nothing short of impressive The browser now includes…

Microsoft Office’s New Look Is Here

Microsoft started testing a new user interface for Office a few months ago. The new look and feel better aligns with Windows 11 and now it’s making its way to all Office 365 and Office 2021 users.
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