Google used to routinely increase their free storage offerings, from 1GB in 2004 all the way up to 15GB in 2013. Since then the free quota hasn’t increased.
Touch ID and Face ID area great. We like them, and we use them. But they’re convenience features, not security features, and you have fewer legal protections when using them in the US. When necessary, you can temporarily disa…
Chrome extensions have been under heavy scrutiny over the couple of years due to security risks, but Google is looking to change that with upcoming granular permission control. This is a huge step forward for extension securi…
Streaming full 3D games over a high-speed web connection is a fast growing trend. And with ridiculous amounts of infrastructure and remote computing power, Google is well equipped to join it.
Google is always looking to improve your windshield time with Maps, and two new features announced today should help with just that: a new commute tab and music player integration.
Google has always had fun putting little easter eggs and hidden tricks and games into their products, and now somebody found a text adventure game hidden inside of Google.com if you’re using Chrome. Here’s how to play it….
Microsoft will likely release the October 2018 Update, codenamed Redstone 5, on October 2. You can pause the update to avoid receiving it immediately—as long as you’re using Windows 10 Professional, Enterprise, or Education…
The bad news for Facebook’s users just won’t end. Today Facebook had to admit that the accounts for 50 million people were somehow accessed by hackers abusing a little-known feature.
Here’s some good news about the October 2018 Update: Microsoft has completely backed off on plans to force the Edge browser on Windows 10 Mail app users.
Tech publications are screaming today that giving Facebook your phone number for 2FA allows them to target you for ads. But this misses a bigger point: Facebook is using your phone number to target ads whether you give it to …
If you care about battery life on your iPhone, you may want to take a closer look at the XR. It has the best battery life of any iPhone before it, despite being the most affordable in the new lineup.
The Oculus Quest is an impressive piece of hardware, but there’s so much more to come. Virtual reality is just getting started. Here’s what has us most excited.
Updates for macOS are no longer in the Mac App Store as of macOS Mojave; they’ve moved to System Preferences, in the new Software Update panel.
Kids are easily working around Apple’s parental control system Screen Time, finding various ways to do what they want regardless of restrictions set up by their parents.
Google is 20 years old today, and to celebrate Google Maps added the garage where the company was founded to Street View. You can check it out right now.
Plex is shutting down its plugin directory, but will continue to support manually installed plugins “for the foreseeable future.”
We’ve known for a while that the latest update for Windows 10, codenamed “Redstone 5”, was going to be released in October, but now we have a nearly confirmed date: October 2nd, 2018, the same day that Microsoft is holding an…
An upcoming Chrome option allows users to log into Google accounts without logging into the browser. The change was prompted by a backlash among users and privacy advocates.
There’s a new world record for beating Nintendo’s 1985 classic Super Mario Bros. Kosmic, a speedrunner, beat the game in 4 minutes, 55 seconds, and 913 microseconds.
Install Mojave and you’ll notice it: a new section in the dock, populated by applications you’ve recently opened but don’t have pinned there. How do you get rid of it?
Clearing out cookies generally signs you out of all accounts, but Chrome makes one exception: your Google account.
Tired of tidying up your office before every team chat? Microsoft’s Teams can now blur the background for you.
Mac: Dark mode in macOS Mojave is great at night, but can make things hard to see in during the day, or in bright rooms. The solution: switch between the two.
Yesterday, Microsoft announced the availability of Office 2019 to volume licensing customers, promising general retail availability in the coming weeks. Unless you’re a business customer looking to upgrade and you’re not read…
Finally: a Rubik’s cube that can solve itself. A maker named Human Controller built it in Japan, and you can see it in action right now.