10 Daily Things

Daily
Things

Tech

Tech

Your iPhone Is a Hotspot! Here’s How to Use It

Smartphones don’t just allow us to access the internet wherever we go. They can also bring the internet to our other devices too. While tethering plans were once expensive, the rise of fast mobile internet has seen prices fall and data speeds increase. It’s now possible to work from pret...

Tech

Copyleft vs. Copyright: 3 Key Concepts You Need to Know

Copyright infringement is one of the biggest problems of the internet age. Never before has it been easier to infringe on intellectual property rights, and never before has it been harder to prevent others from stealing one’s hard work. As a creator, you need to protect your intellectual prope...

Tech

How to Compare Lightroom Edits to the Original Image

One of the reasons Lightroom is such a powerful photo editing tool is its non-destructive nature. You can make a ton of edits to a photo, export the image as a new copy, and quickly reset all those changes with just one click of a button. And it also makes it easy to compare your edited photo to you...

Internet

Affected by the Post Office broadband price rise? Here's what to do...

Usually when the words 'Post Office' and 'price rise' are uttered in the same sentence it's because there's a few extra pence to pay for a first class stamp. This time however, it's because the Post Office has announced a hike in its broadband deal rates.From May 1, existing Post Office customers wi...

Internet

Twitter suspends several hugely popular accounts for serial spamming

After vowing to crack down on bots and spammers, Twitter has suspended several high-profile accounts for attempting to game the system by using mass-retweets and stolen content to gain popularity.Some of the suspended accounts, including @dory and @memeprovider, had millions of followers. It's unkno...

Android

Galaxy Note 8, S8, and Galaxy S9 Get Access to Camera-Based Google Lens Experience

Back at MWC, Google announced that Google Lens would rollout to Google Photos for everyone (And it did!), but that the camera-based version would also show up on “compatible flagship devices” within the coming weeks. Since that announcement, the Galaxy S8 line and Galaxy Note 8 have slow...

Android

OnePlus 5/5T updated to Android 8.1 Oreo with latest OxygenOS betas

OnePlus 5T and OnePlus 5 beta testers can now get their hands on OxygenOS Open Beta 4 and Open Beta 6, respectively. As well as a number of key tweaks and optimizations, both beta builds also upgrade the two devices to Android 8.1 Oreo. OnePlus promised back in November that each of its phones from...

Android

Which is better? Unity vs Unreal Engine for Android game development

If you’re interested in getting started with Android game development, using a game engine like Unity or Unreal Engine 4 is often the best strategy. But which one should you ultimately pick? Both represent a sweet spot between ease of use and power. These are fully integrated development envi...

Android

Report: Samsung sets high Galaxy S9 sales goal, despite low pre-order figures

Reports from Korea suggest that Samsung aims to ship 43 million units of its S9 and S9 Plus devices. This is around two million more than achieved by the S8 and S8 Plus. At the same time, first-day sales of S9 and S9 Plus devices in Korea were reported to be only 70 percent of that of the S8. Rece...

Android

Samsung discusses Oreo timeline for Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy S8, and Galaxy S7

Samsung Canada has discussed its Android Oreo timeline for various devices. The update will roll out to the S8 and S8 Plus beginning next week, and the Galaxy Note 8 from March 28. Other handsets and tablets will be upgraded in the summer or later this year. Samsung Canada has provided some timesc...


All rights reserved 10 Daily Things