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Opera brings crypto-wallet to its browser

Opera brings crypto-wallet to its browser

Opera has come out with a new blockchain-ready browser which has a built-in crypto wallet. The browser is only for Android devices for now and will be also supporting Web 3. This makes Opera the first... Read more

Lyft unveils an “all-in-one” transportation app in a few U.S. cities

Lyft unveils an “all-in-one” transportation app in a few U.S. cities

The new model of Lyft’s app is a one-stop multimodal transportation app in a couple of U.S. cities. The new version of the Lyft’s software app will allow users to request a shared car, fin... Read more

Microsoft makes Google Chrome run better on Windows

Microsoft makes Google Chrome run better on Windows

Whenever you install Chrome on your Windows OS, Microsoft surely pops up notifications and warnings to steer you clear from installing the web browser. But things are certainly changing now as Microso... Read more

Apple's updated watchOS are most definitely “not” diagnostic tools

Apple's updated watchOS are most definitely “not” diagnostic tools

Apple releases Watch OS 5.1.2 – the update that includes a critical feature for Apple Watch Series 4 owners, the ECG app. The new app that acts as an electrocardiogram will allow users to monito... Read more

Ericsson's faulty software causes widespread data outages

Ericsson's faulty software causes widespread data outages

People from multiple countries took to the internet yesterday as massive data outages caused distress to many across several countries. Ericsson took the blame for the outage. A very big share of the ... Read more

Google pulls the plug on Allo

Google pulls the plug on Allo

It’s time to bid adieu to Google’s Allo as the company decides to pull the plug on its messaging app. Allo adds to another failed experiment on messaging software by Google. In fact, Googl... Read more

Live captions and subtitles comes to PowerPoint

Live captions and subtitles comes to PowerPoint

Microsoft, in honor of the United Nations International Day of Persons with Disabilities, has announced captions and subtitles for PowerPoint. The live captions and subtitles will support the deaf and... Read more