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 […]

Browser Login Managers are being exploited by Cyber Criminals

Internet users have been exposed to vulnerabilities in browser login managers for over 11 years. It has allowed your saved login data to be extracted by unscrupulous people, to be used for whatever they wish. It follows other revelations in […]

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Opera 50 comes with Anti-Cryptocurrency Mining feature

Opera 50 will come with a useful Anti-Cryptocurrency Mining feature named NoCoin. The feature, as the name suggests prevents Cryptojacking. While the latest build Opera 50 comes with some other good features like extended VR360 support for Chromecast and Oculus […]

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NVIDIA to end support for 32-bit operating system drivers

NVIDIA has announced that it will soon end support for 32 bit operating systems. The company said that after the release of the Version 390 of its graphics card driver, it will no longer release drivers for 32-bit operating systems […]

Microsoft to retire HomeGroup feature permanently

The latest Windows Insider build 17063 happens to be 9th Insider Preview build of Windows 10 released after the Fall Creators Update. It comes via new “RS4” (RedStone3) development branch and includes tons of new features. For instance, improved gestures […]

Microsoft includes new AI Capabilities in Photos app for Windows 10

With a major update release for Windows 10 in October 2017 dubbed as Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, Microsoft also gave the Photos app for PC some love with a major update. This included some Mixed Reality features and some […]

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DDE feature in Microsoft Word disabled to avoid malware attacks

Microsoft is trying every bit to prevent malware attacks using its applications. As a part of this prevention, Microsoft recently disabled the DDE feature in Word. The discontinuation of DDE feature in Word is a part of the December 2017 […]

Windows Hello spoofed by a paper printout

Facial Recognition technology is gaining a lot of traction lately. It all begun with Microsoft introducing the Windows Hello followed by the recent debut of Face ID by Apple on the iPhone X. The first time I used a facial […]

Bundled Keeper Password Manager app in Windows 10 contained a Vulnerability

Some news has been floating around the Internet where a Google Security Researcher has found and helped in patching a critical vulnerability with Keeper. Keeper is a password manager application is being distributed inbuilt with various copies of Windows 10 […]

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Microsoft announces broad Cloud AI Research Competition

Microsoft has invested a lot in the cloud and artificial intelligence, but the company is in no way satisfied with its current position in the industry. To move forward, Microsoft needs to inject new talent and ideas into its business, […]

Microsoft announces new AI powered features for Office 365

Microsoft has been at the forefront of the AI revolution. Apart from designing a handful of AI-powered apps, Microsoft has also been implementing the technology in its core products. As we spoke earlier, Microsoft is helping democratize the AI. The […]

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Mirabook turns your Windows phone & Android phone into a Laptop

At //build/ 2015, Microsoft announced Continuum for Windows 10 Mobile phones. Here, a user could use their phones as a full-size PC with a large screen, keyboard, mouse and even touch. This experience was powered by the UWP or Universal Windows […]

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HP loses Consumer Confidence after Keylogger discovered on HP Laptops

Tech firm HP is embroiled in a fiasco after over 400 models of the company’s laptops were discovered to contain keylogger software. This latest problem has come shortly after it was discovered that the company had secretly installed spyware on […]

Microsoft Unveiled Always Connected PCs

Microsoft showed off world’s first Always Connected PCs from ASUS and HP in Hawaii this Tuesday. Terry Myerson, Microsoft Executive Vice President of the Windows and Devices Group unveiled the PCs. Myerson said, “Today, at the Qualcomm Snapdragon Tech Summit, […]

Microsoft IoT Central Public Preview is now available

After Azure IoT Suite, a platform-as-a-service (PaaS) solution Microsoft announced Microsoft IoT Central earlier this year. It was a Software-as-a-Service Solution (SaaS Solution) in the cloud that helps customers to build, use. and maintain their hardware by connecting it to the Smart […]

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Windows Update error 0x80248015 troubling Windows 7 users

A new error message is currently plaguing Windows 7 users. Whenever the users are trying to search for new Windows Updates, the system is throwing up a 0x80248015 error. A quick look at the Microsoft forum reveals that this problem […]

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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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Microsoft Edge browser is now available for Android and iOS

Microsoft Edge web browser is now available for Android and iOS. After being in a beta version for around a month, the Company has made it available for download. Microsoft Edge for iOS is currently available in the United States, […]

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Microsoft to discontinue Facebook Sign in for Skype

Microsoft is soon to disable the Facebook login option in Skype. So, if you have been using your Facebook account to log in to Skype, you won’t be able to do so after January 2018. Microsoft is reportedly rolling out […]