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Megan Bailey

Megan Bailey is a true journalist, but it wasn’t easy for her to find her true calling. She worked in a PC service all throughout her college and not she is using her hardware and software skills to write technology articles. The thing she loves most about her job is being able to keep tech lovers up to date with the recent trends.

Twitter Wants All Users to Undergo the Verification Process

Twitter app on smartphone

Twitter’s chief executive Jack Dorsey unveiled Thursday that all Twitter users should undergo the verification process and get the blue checkmark. The move was sparked by a need to make the platform a place where it is safer to breathe and help users keep distance from bots and false stories. The intention is to open verification to everyone, the CEO ...

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Android P Is Almost Here! See What’s New

Android P on a developer's smartphone

On Wednesday, Google gave a preview to its new operating system for mobile devices, the much-anticipated Android P. The new OS is not finalized yet, but developers had asked for a preview. And their wish has been granted. So, what’s new? Google developers unveiled that Android P will come with a more secure access to your smartphone’s microphone, camera, and ...

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Oculus Rift Facing Global Outage Because of Software Error

Man wearing the Oculus Rift headset

The virtual reality (VR) headsets from Oculus Rift have recently faced an outage globally because of a software error that prevented them from connecting to the ‘Oculus Runtime Service.’ It wasn’t immediately clear what caused the glitch, but many users reported the problem on the Oculus Rift forums. Most users said they saw the “Oculus Runtime Service” error when they ...

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MS Executive Confirms ‘Mode’ Rumor about Windows 10 S

Windows 10

Last month, the rumor mill had it that Microsoft would release Windows 10 S as a mode for Windows 10, rather than a separate version. This week, a Microsoft executive confirmed that rumor. The executive also said that the Windows 10 S mode would be released in 2019. Joe Belfiore who leads the company’s Operating Systems Group broke the news ...

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BlackBerry Slaps Facebook with Lawsuit over Patent Infringement

WhatsApp icon

In a recent lawsuit filed against Facebook, Blackberry claims that the social media giant has infringed some of its patents on some instant messaging features, battery, and encryption. The phone maker seeks an injunction on Facebook’s practices and wants to be compensated based on the amount of lost profits. Other defendants in the suit are WhatsApp and Instagram, which are ...

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Xiaomi Smartphones to Hit U.S. Market by 2019

Two Xiaomi smartphones

According to the Wall Street Journal, one of the planet’s largest smartphone makers, Xiaomi, plans a grand entry into the U.S. market by the end of the year or early 2019. The Chinese company is already in the midst of a rapid expansion in Europe, and the United States could be next. We’ve always been considering entering the US market, ...

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Amazon to Ban New Nest Devices on Website amid Ongoing Feud with Google

The Nest smart thermostat

Amazon announced that Google’s newest models of its smart home device lineup Nest will not be listed on the website. Also, the older Nest models will reportedly disappear after current inventories sell out. Amazon’s decision is expected to heat up even more its ongoing battle with Google over the smart home market. The two tech giants have also clashed over ...

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Report: Apple Preparing a Cheaper MacBook Air for This Spring

The MacBook Air 2012

According to an update from the KGI Securities to Apple investors, the iPhone maker is designing a 13-inch MacBook air with a lower price tag this year. The notebook is expected to revive MacBook shipments by up to 15% by the end of the year. KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes the cheaper device will hit the market at some point ...

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