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SwiftKey Keyboard 7.0 receives a major update

In a big update, Microsoft’s market-leading intelligent keyboard SwiftKey has decided to replace its archaic Hub with an innovative Toolbar. So, beginning today, when users launch their keyboard an expandable menu will appear on the device’s screen thereby offering fast […]

Secunia Personal Software Inspector (PSI) to be retired

There are many users on the Internet who use Secunia or Flexera Personal Software Inspector (PSI) to keep their devices secure. What PSI does is, it detects outdated or vulnerable software on your machine running Windows. In this way, it either applies […]

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Microsoft starts making paid Fonts available in the Microsoft Store

Microsoft has been quietly preparing a new version of Windows 10 that is due to be released in the very near future (anticipated in April) and is codenamed Redstone 4. Under the new update, it is predicted that Microsoft will […]

A Telugu (Indian Vernacular) character can crash iPhone

I use an Apple iPhone 7 as my daily driver, and despite being an accomplished device, the iPhone (or rather the iOS in general) does get rundown by bugs. Last year around there was a bug which shut down the […]

Google Drive Comment functionality extended to Microsoft Files

Lately, the gap between different platforms is immensely shrinking. Google has now announced that it will be extending the Google Drive’s comment capabilities to Microsoft files, PDFs and images. With this functionality in place, users will be able to comment […]

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Google will soon start marking HTTP pages as “Non-Secure”

Google Chrome has been pushing the websites to migrate to the more secure HTTPS encryption as opposed to the current HTTP encryption. Starting from now the browser will mark all the websites on HTTP as “Non-secure.” Remember the padlock icon […]


Mozilla writes an open letter on AADHAR and India’s data privacy laws

Ever since its inception, Aadhaar has been embroiled in running battles with an assorted group of privacy and rights activists. They fear the huge biometric database is susceptible to the threat of information leak. Moreover, it has few or no […]

Ultimate Windows Tweaker has been updated to v 4.4.1

Ultimate Windows Tweaker has been updated to v 4.4.1 to accommodate the requirements of the users of Windows 10 v1709. Apart from including over 200 tweaks, this popular freeware tweaker now lets you remove 3D Objects folder for This PC […]

Panasonic new tablet can be used in ‘potentially explosive environments’

Panasonic recently announced a new 10-inch rugged Windows 10 tablet. This Panasonic Toughpad is ATEX Certified and can be used in Potentially Explosive Environments. One of the main highlighting features of this tough tablet is its support of 14-hours of battery […]

Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck hacked; loses half a billion dollars

Owning a currency riding in a speculative way has inherent dangers. The description holds true for Bitcoins holders in Japan. In an unfortunate incident, Tokyo-based cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck lost $530 million to hacking. Coincheck hacked; loses half a billion dollars […]

Google removes four Chrome Web Extensions for injecting malicious codes

Security researchers from US cyber-security firm ICEBRG have unearthed four Chrome extensions which were being deployed as a payload for malicious code. The worst part is that all of the extensions were available on the Google’s Chrome Web store. As […]

Corsair’s new wireless gaming keyboard offers 75-hour battery life

Gaming and battery backup are often mutually exclusive to each other. Most of us realize that gaming guzzles up all the power and drains the battery quickly as opposed to normal usage. Well, the new Corsair wireless gaming keyboard is set […]

Indus OS becomes the second highest used operating system in India

An indigenous operating system created by a group of Indian entrepreneurs has become the second highest used mobile operating system in India. Beating out competition from Apple and Microsoft, the software came from a need to enable first-time users to […]

WHO classifies Gaming Addiction as a Mental Disorder

Gaming addiction is to be classified as a mental health disorder by the World Health Organisation. Its 11th International Classification of Diseases (ICD) will include the condition “gaming disorder”. Currently, in draft format, the document describes the disorder as “precedence […]

Classic Shell to shut down

Cult software Classic Shell to close down

The developer of a software suite dedicated to improving Windows functionality is going to close its doors. Cult software Classic Shell has been in existence for 8 years and helped Windows users to customize their experience. It offers enhancements to […]

Google decides to block third party injections in Chrome browser

Injecting malicious codes into the browser is one of the oldest methods used by attackers to obtain details and hijack the browser. Ironically it is also one of the most preferred methods by anti-virus software to monitor the browsers. We […]

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Firefox Rocket browser launched in Indonesia

Mozilla has released a new web browser called as Firefox Rocket exclusively for the Indonesian market.  Designed for the mobile platform, Firefox Rocket is currently in beta testing and may get a full release version soon. Indonesia, a country not […]


Google faces class action lawsuit over gender-based pay discrimination

It seems all is not well with Google. A new class-action lawsuit filed by its former three employees suggest that career opportunity and pay equality is not same for women employees when compared to its male counterpart within the organization. […]

India may roll out its own cryptocurrency ‘Lakshmi’

With Bitcoin gaining popularity in the Indian market, the government is reportedly considering rolling out its own cryptocurrency which would be named ‘Lakshmi’ and come under the domain of its central bank, Reserve Bank of India (RBI). India may launch […]

SteelSeries Apex M750 keyboard launched

Advancement in technology has changed the way we communicate with others. We have become increasingly reliant on websites and apps to facilitate our interpersonal interactions. Keyboard has become an indispensable tool in facilitating such a type of communication. It has […]


Intel 8th Generation Core processor launched

Innovation is crucial to the continuing success of any organization. It helps develop something unique. The new family of processors from Intel claim to offer the same. Yes, in its latest pursuit to make its processors more robust, Intel announced […]

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Xbox One X and other announcements at gamescom Live on

The Xbox team recently published a live streaming video of all the latest news and announcements on Xbox games. This was called as the Xbox at gamescom Live, and it was published on Sunday, August 20, at 9:00 pm CEST […]

Vivaldi comes with Improved Accessibility and a Fresh New Icon

Focusing on ‘Internet for Everyone’ Vivaldi has come up with the latest version of its web browser. Vivaldi 1.11 comes with a brand new icon, many new features, and improved functionality. Launching the improved version of Vivaldi, Jon von Tetzchner, […]

Mozilla Firefox 55 shipped with improved features

In its latest pursuit to make the browser more user-friendly, Mozilla released Firefox 55, the browser that ships with WebVR support. The added capability means no need to download an individual app to experience the world of virtual reality. Following […]

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Mystery Skype could change the way students learn

Microsoft is improving its education features to stay relevant in the classroom as competition increases. This new initiative from the software giant is called Mystery Skype, and it’s a global guessing game that connects students from around the world. It’s […]