Category Archives: Technology

Vivaldi 1.13.1008.36

Vivaldi is a new, feature rich web browser that combines an Opera-like interface with a Chromium open-source platform. Vivaldi is very similar to the Opera browser in many ways. There are some pretty cool features which are nice, such as … Continue reading

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Macs Effectively Now Have a Three-Year Warranty in Australia and New Zealand Under Consumer Law

If you bought and own a Mac in Australia or New Zealand, your computer effectively now has warranty coverage for up to three years from its original date of purchase, even without purchasing optional AppleCare+ coverage. Apple will now offer … Continue reading

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Deal: Nvidia SHIELD TV & 3 months of YouTube Red for only $149

The NVIDIA Shield TV is one of the best ways to experience Android TV if you don’t own a Sony Bravia TV. It’s been updated consistently and even has some neat new features like the ability to act as a … Continue reading

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Camera blind test results: Samsung and Apple on top as Pixel 2 tanks

Which smartphone has the best camera? In our blind test, we compared shots taken by seven of the current high-end smartphones. Here are the results. (This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.) Android News + … Continue reading

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Apple invests $390 million in US manufacturer Finisar, maker of VCSEL lasers used in iPhone X and AirPods

As part of its billion dollar Advanced Manufacturing Fund, which supports domestic US manufacturing, Apple has announced a $ 390 million investment into Finisar. This follows a $ 200 million Corning investment earlier this year. Apple says that Finisar makes … Continue reading

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Sound Control lets you set per-app volume controls on your Mac

In this week’s episode of “Let’s Talk iOS,” Sebastien and Cody shared frustration over the lack of granular audio control on iOS and macOS. While iOS remains a point of frustration, a simple Mac utility called Sound Control gives users … Continue reading

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IsoBuster 4.1

IsoBuster is an award winning , highly specialized and easy to use CD, DVD and blu-ray (BD, HD DVD) data recovery tool. It supports all CD / DVD / BD / HD DVD formats and all common file-systems … Rescue … Continue reading

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Things 3.3 Update Brings New ‘Mail to Things’ Feature to the To-Do App

Popular to-do app Things reached version 3.3 today and gained a new feature that enables users to generate to-dos from anywhere by sending an email to their Things Cloud account. Previously, Things offered four ways to add to-dos: Quick Entry, … Continue reading

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Engineering lead for Google Lens teases upcoming recognition features

It was back during Google I/O 2017 that we got our first look at Google Lens. The feature — which has been made exclusive to the Pixel and Pixel 2 — essentially allows you to perform searches using your camera. … Continue reading

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LG G7 to feature iris scanner, but not like Samsung’s

The LG G7 is rumored in to arrive in January, but what do we know about the future flagship so far? It looks like it will feature an iris scanner…. (This is a preview – click here to read the … Continue reading

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