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Facebook rolls out dark mode, desktop redesign features

Facebook rolls out dark mode, desktop redesign features

The social media giant, Facebook, has rolled out a few features that have gone into its app redesigning. The features include a dark mode, a tabbed home screen, and a cleaner profile. For now, users c... Read more

iPad Pro with magic keyboard and LiDAR is now official

iPad Pro with magic keyboard and LiDAR is now official

Apple announced its most advanced iPad Pro with A12Z bionic chip. Apple claims it is more powerful than most of the Windows PC laptops. The new iPad brings in a lot of new additions and surprises. The... Read more

Google Translate now supports live transcription functionality

Google Translate now supports live transcription functionality

Google always comes up with new technologies to ease the lives of people all over the world. It has now come up with a new feature called Live Transcription in Google Translate. The feature is already... Read more

Nextdoor introduces features to help at-risk neighbors

Nextdoor introduces features to help at-risk neighbors

A social networking app called Nextdoor is launching an interactive map that lets people help each other in their community during the ongoing COVID-19. The tool is called Help Map, which lets one mar... Read more

GitHub's new mobile app now available on iOS and Android

GitHub's new mobile app now available on iOS and Android

GitHub, a company that provides hosting for software development, had no mobile app of its own till date. This posed as a drawback when a developer has some feedback to offer on a project. But it won&... Read more

Apple planning a larger display for iPhone 9 Plus with A13

Apple planning a larger display for iPhone 9 Plus with A13

According to 9to5mac, Apple is also working on “iPhone 9 Plus” apart from the regular entry-level “iPhone 9” or also called iPhone SE2. Apple may change the name of the phone a... Read more

Social media companies come together to fight misinformation

Social media companies come together to fight misinformation

In an exceptional move, major social media companies like Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter, YouTube, and LinkedIn have come up with a joint statement to fight against the misinformation spreading ... Read more