Microsoft

Microsoft Authonticator: Passwords are History

  The Microsoft Authonticator has already been available for a while, the functionality as a password replacement has already been announced a long time ago, or is available in a beta version. Now, Microsoft has released the feature for everyone, so that one wants to put an end to the classic and often unsafe password.Continue Reading “Microsoft Authonticator: Passwords are History”

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Facebook launches its 8th Developers Conference (F8)

Earlier today Facebook just launched its the first day of a 4 days 8th developers conference conde named (F8). More than 4,000 people attended the event at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California.   Mark Zuckerberg opened the F8 with a keynote introducing the new Camera Effects Platform, which will give the developers the abilityContinue Reading “Facebook launches its 8th Developers Conference (F8)”

Apple

Apple releases iOS 10.3.2 Public Beta 3

Apple has been working on iOS 10.3.2 for some time now and it has reached the iOS 10.3.2 public beta 3 of the release including some minor bugfixes and improvements. Apple released iOS 10.3.1 at the end of march containing some improvements to the introduced 10.3. But the update contained some serious security issues such asContinue Reading “Apple releases iOS 10.3.2 Public Beta 3”

Apple

Apple’s tvOS update new features ahead of WWDC17

Apple is currently working on closing the roadmap and adding the latest features to the operating systems, which will be updated to the new versions and will be fully disclosed as part of Apple’s annual developer competition. According to a reliable source, whose identity we obviously can not disclose due to the sensitivity to theContinue Reading “Apple’s tvOS update new features ahead of WWDC17”

Android

HTC U ‘Ocean’: First image to the new smartphone

The Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer HTC has launched with the two models U Ultra as well as U Play a new series, which is to replace the old one series. But the devices could not convince the majority of the reviews. The Android smartphones can performance and optically only conditionally with the models of the competition.Continue Reading “HTC U ‘Ocean’: First image to the new smartphone”

Windows

How to turn Night Light on & off in Windows 10 {Guide}

Microsoft has released its major update for Windows called Creators Update and it was released to the public a couple of days ago through Windows Updates. Microsoft has integrated night light service to its newly released update Windows 10 creators update.   It is a service that started on Apple’s products and called “Night Shift”. WhichContinue Reading “How to turn Night Light on & off in Windows 10 {Guide}”

Android

Samsung: Galaxy S8 & S8+ Preorders exceeded all expectations

After the debate around Galaxy Note 7, it was clear that Samsung’s new flagship Galaxy S8 must be a success.And at the very least, if you believe the company’s statements, the company is on the right track.The pre-buyer figures are supposed to be brilliant. According to Samsung, the number of orders on the preorder channels exceedsContinue Reading “Samsung: Galaxy S8 & S8+ Preorders exceeded all expectations”

Business

Apple park Minicraft design ahead of the real thing

Apple is building its own Apple park envisioned by Steve Jobs as a center for creativity and collaboration, Apple Park is transforming miles of asphalt sprawl into a haven of green space in the heart of the Santa Clara Valley. The campus’ ring-shaped, 2.8 million-square-foot main building is clad entirely in the world’s largest panelsContinue Reading “Apple park Minicraft design ahead of the real thing”

Apple

Rumor: Apple will place the fingerprint sensor on the back of iPhone 8

From what it looks like with the current available technology, Apple will have no other choice than placing the fingerprint sensor on the back of its new iPhone 8.   According to 9to5mac, Apple will be forced to place the fingerprint sensor on the back of the new iPhone. Due to incompatibility issues with  theContinue Reading “Rumor: Apple will place the fingerprint sensor on the back of iPhone 8”