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iPhone Explained: 20 Key Terms by Apple You Need to Know

For all its focus on user-friendliness, Apple loves its jargon. But it’s not the standard jargon you’ll see in hardware reviews or database tutorials—it’s Apple’s own brand. You’ll find oddly-placed capital letters and trademarked monikers throughout your iPhone&r...


Over Half of Americans Don’t Trust Facebook

As you’re probably aware, Facebook has recently been involved in a scandal. The short story being that data harvested through Facebook was then sold to a company which used it to help political parties target voters. Which put Mark Zuckerberg on the spot. The Cambridge Analytica scandal led to...


How to Speed Up Microsoft Edge With 5 Secret Settings

Most Chrome users are familiar with Chrome browser’s flags that let you access experimental settings and—when set up correctly—help to improve your browsing experience. However, you might not know that Microsoft Edge also includes a flags menu. It’s not openly advertised; Mic...


How to Upgrade to Ubuntu 17.10 From a Previous Release

With the release of Ubuntu 17.10, came loads of big changes, like GNOME replacing Unity as the default desktop, window buttons going back to the right, the ability to move the dock, and no 32-bit desktop version. There’s also a new default display server and default display manager. Ubuntu 17....


The Top 10 Most Popular YouTube Channels: Should You Subscribe?

Thanks to YouTube, millions of videos are freely available for you to enjoy across dozens of genres. And for many people, creating content for YouTube is a full-time job. Have you ever wondered who the most popular YouTube stars are? You know, the ones who make millions of dollars. In this article w...


Facebook is officially under investigation by US regulators

A US regulatory agency has confirmed it's investigating Facebook following the Cambridge Analytica (CA) data scandal. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) was already reported to be investigating Facebook following revelations that data from 50 million users was used by CA to develop software tha...


What’s the difference between cloud hosting and shared hosting?

We’re used to seeing the word ‘cloud’ stuck in front of basically every technological term out there. And while tech-savvy individuals have a decent grasp of what ‘the cloud’ is, the same can’t be said for all its potential applications.Cloud hosting, for example,...


PC gaming win: save up to 40% on computer gear

Many PC gaming devices are up for Amazon’s deal of the day and the e-tailer is offering up to 40% off today only.Whether you’re looking for a new gaming laptop or desktop, a mechanical keyboard or mouse, a bigger monitor, or a sweet gaming headset, you’ll find plenty of worthy barg...


Qualcomm's Snapdragon-on-Windows ads are appearing next to lackluster reviews

The first reviews of Qualcomm and Microsoft's Snapdragon 835-powered laptops and tablets are in, and they're mixed to say the least. So as to stem the tide, Qualcomm has released a series of video advertisements that tout these devices' purported benefits.However, said video ads tend to dance around...


Apple is ready to fight Google’s Chromebooks with cheaper iPads

Apple has a big problem. Just five years ago, its iPads and Mac laptops reigned supreme in US classrooms, accounting for half of all mobile devices shipped to schools in 2013. Apple has now slipped behind both Google and Microsoft in US schools with Google’s Chromebooks leading the way in clas...

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