• Fri. Aug 12th ,2022


Social media giant Instagram to allow users to hide likes on posts

Instagram, the Facebook-owned photo and video sharing social networking service, is reportedly offering its customers the option to hide the total number of likes they get on their posts on the platform. The main purpose behind this feature is to alleviate the pressurize the users experience on the

Apple developing new foldable iPhones for 2023 launch

Tech giant Apple is reportedly planning to launch its long-rumored foldable phone by 2023. Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes that the smartphone giant plans to debut a proprietary 8-inch foldable iPhone. Other reports also suggest that Apple may be aiming to sell 15-20 million units in the first y

Google to cut its fees by half for developers' first US$1Mn of revenue

Technology major, Google, is reportedly planning to cut the fee that it takes from Google Play store Android app developers in half, parroting a similar step taken by Apple Inc. last year. Apparently, this move comes as a result of the legal challenges the two companies are facing over the fees. Re

Apple Watch, Mac, iPad, and iPhone receive important security updates

Apple considers these updates to be important security patches. The new security patches will address the same vulnerability issue, particularly a memory corruption problem in WebKit. American multinational tech giant Apple Inc. has reportedly introduced new security updates for its electronics

Oppo surpasses Huawei to become best-selling smartphone brand in China

Consumer electronics and mobile communications major, Oppo, has reportedly emerged as the best-selling brand in China for the first time ever, surpassing Huawei. According to the credible sources, Oppo has captured 21 percent China’s smartphone market in January, followed by Vivo and Huawei wh

Millions of 4G smartphone users in UK may be entitled to £480m payout

According to credible sources, over 29 million smartphone owners in the UK are might to be entitled for a redress of up to £30 each from American multinational semiconductor company, Qualcomm, provided the legal appeal filed by the watchdog Which? turns out to be successful. It has been report

Motorola to launch budget-friendly phone Moto G30 in European market

American multinational telecommunications major, Motorola, has reportedly announced its plans to launch two new budget phones, namely the Moto G10 and the Moto G30, in European market, both in the price range of below €200. Its G30 model offers screen with a refresh rate of 90Hz along with a 5,