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Dec 13, 2019
How to use live photos from an iOS device as GIFs on TwitterThis twitter update of uploading live photos as GIFs is not applicable to any android users as of now.
Dec 03, 2019
Apple announces Best of 2019 apps across platforms; Storytelling was the App Trend of the YearThese shortlists highlight the “best” apps and games for iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and Mac platforms.
Nov 19, 2019
iOS 13.2.3 now rolling out, brings fixes for native apps like Mail, Photos, NotesThe update is compatible with iPhone 6s and older smartphones, iPad Air 2 and later, iPad mini 4 and later, and iPod touch 7th generation.
Nov 19, 2019
Apple sends out invite for 2 December event, a week after announcing 16-inch MacBook ProThe event is scheduled to take place in New York city on Monday, 2 December.
Nov 18, 2019
Microsoft to end support for dedicated Cortana app on iOS and Android by 31 Jan 2020Does anyone really care?
Nov 15, 2019
Apple launches new Research app that lets users to anonymously participate in medical studiesThe Research app is only available in the US and requires iOS 13.2 and watchOS 6.1 or later to run.
Nov 13, 2019
iOS 13.3 latest beta comes with Safari support for NFC, USB, Lightning FIDO2 security keysThe iOS 13.3 beta 2 is currently available only to developers and public beta testers.
Nov 07, 2019
Apple launches a redesigned privacy page that details how it 'protects your data'The product-page like design seems to be Apple's way of showing how important is user privacy for the company.
Nov 05, 2019
Microsoft is merging Word, Excel and Powerpoint into one app on iOS, AndroidThe final version of the app is expected to release on both platforms by February 2020.
Nov 01, 2019
Pegasus spyware: A complete guide to what it does and how it can be used to infiltrate all aspects of your digital lifePegasus is a modular malware that can initiate total surveillance on the targeted device, as per a report by digital security company Kaspersky. It installs the necessary modules to read the user’s messages and mail, listen to calls, send back the browser history and more, which basically means taking control of nearly all aspects of your digital life