LG officially announces its ultralight 17-inch Gram laptop

LG has announced new 17-inch and 14-inch laptops as the latest additions to its lightweight Gram lineup. The 17-inch was first spotted as an FCC listing and then later on Best Buy on a since-deleted page. In the past, these computers have been easy on the shoulders for carrying, but what they provide in convenience, they sometimes lack in performance. The 17-inch model weighs in at just 1.3 kg despite its significantly larger size. Like the smaller Gram, it’s powered by an 8th Gen Core Read more…

Apple is making its own modem to compete with Qualcomm

Apple is apparently working on its own, in-house developed modem to allow it to better compete with Qualcomm, according to several new Apple job listings that task engineers to design and develop a layer 1 cellular PHY chip — implying that the company is working on actual, physical networking hardware. Two of the job posts are explicitly to hire a pair of cellular modem systems architects, one in Santa Clara and one in San Diego, home of Qualcomm. That’s Read more…

What Size TV Should You Buy? Our In-Depth Guide

Sure, if your only goal is to outdo your showboat of a neighbour (who drives around in a convertible in December, anyway?!), then you probably don’t need a TV size guide – though you might need to build a bigger wall to hang your TV on. If you do decide to go that route, iReplace can help mount that massive screen for you, by the way. But if you’re more into the quality of your viewing experience, Read more…

What Google’s Huawei ban means for millions of Android owners

Will your Huawei phone stop working because of Google blocking Huawei and how does it impact the UK? Huawei has been struck with the most consequential legal action the technology world has seen in some time. Billion-dollar law suits between tech giants are fairly common, pebbles thrown in a pond. But after this Huawei news, however, there’s now a crater where the pond used to sit. The US government has put Huawei on a blacklist of companies Read more…

10 Amazing iPhone Hacks to Make Your Life Easy

Smartphones have become such an essential part of our lives. Technology isgrowing rapidly making our lives easier. With the latest updates every day we mightmiss out some interesting advances. And who wouldn’t want to know some quick and amazing iPhone hacks? These are 10 amazing iPhone hacks that experienced iPhone users might not knowabout. 1. Charge your iPhone Quicker Put on the Flight mode while charging your device. It will speed up the process. Toturn Read more…

Protect your eyes by turning on your device’s blue light filter

More and more evidence is emerging that the blue light coming off our beloved smartphones, tablets and computers poses a severe health risk, with two new studies showing that the light is linked to age-related blindness and some forms of cancer. But luckily, there are things you can do to stop your exposure, and device manufacturers are on the case. Whether it’s light from an Apple, Windows or Android device, turning on a blue light Read more…

How To Unsubscribe Stop Receiving UnWanted Mails In Our Inbox

If We Sign-Up For An App / Website We Usually Knows What Would Be Next We Will Gets Unwanted Mails From The Site Promotion, Newsletters Etc.., Simply We Get Irritated With This Mails Right And Some Of Them Are Ignore These Mails. Sometimes We Keep Deleting Mails Or Blocking The Mails These Are Not Permanent Solution For The Problem It Just An Temporary Solution. We Know It But We Follow Those Methods Only. Today I Got A Read more…

Facebook exposed up to 6.8 million users’ private photos to developers in latest leak

Facebook exposed private photos from up to 6.8 million users to apps that weren’t supposed to see them, the company said today. These apps were authorized to see a limited set of users’ photos, but a bug allowed them to see pictures they weren’t granted access to. These included photos from people’s stories as well as photos that people uploaded but never posted (because Facebook saved a copy anyway). In the big event which you can Read more…