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Instagram introduces new Archive feature for old posts

While it’s pretty easy to actually see all your past Instagram posts (unless you post 10 times a day and so you have a gazillion past posts), you don’t always want to keep all of them in your profile

Plex will now play any video file you have on your phone

We’ve been waiting for this for a while now, and we wonder why it took a long time for the developers of Plex to figure out that we might want to play local video files on the app. But no matter, the

Samsung Galaxy S8 Active (SM-G892A) hits Geekbench

As with the past premium Galaxy S phones, the new S8 and S8+ are getting an Active variant. This model is the more rugged and robust kind that is ready to take a beating. Samsung hasn’t made an
Facebook Safety Check update starts TODAY

Facebook Safety Check update starts TODAY

This week the folks at Facebook have released their newest Safety Check update that you and your family need to pay attention to. As Facebook is one of the most-used services on a smartphone in the
Razer Blade Stealth 13.3-inch Gunmetal update detailed

Razer Blade Stealth 13.3-inch Gunmetal update detailed

A new edition of the Razer Blade Stealth was revealed this week by the company that’s also pushing Gunmetal. This is the first time this notebook has been offered in Gunmetal casing color – and the
Box Drive rolls out in public beta free to all Box users

Box Drive rolls out in public beta free to all Box users

It looks like cloud storage provider Box wants to take the fight to companies like Microsoft and Google. Today the company announced the launch of Box Drive, putting it a better position to compete

Amazon introduces Reload option so Prime users can get 2% rebate

If you are an Amazon Prime subscriber, you probably use the online retailer giant a lot of times, taking advantage of the unlimited two-day shipping, Prime Video, and Prime Music, among others. Now

Samsung partners with BuzzFeed, Now This for 360-video content

Virtual reality and 360-degree videos are a huge part of various OEMs plans for the next few years. Samsung has been one of those pushing for products and services that will appeal to the general
E3 2017: All major announcements from Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo, and more

E3 2017: All major announcements from Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo, and more

E3 2017 officially kicks off today, but from here on out, big announcements will likely be few and far between. Like every E3 in recent years, major game companies have opted to host press conferences
Belkin Thunderbolt 3 Express Dock Review: MacBook Pro ports, at a price

Belkin Thunderbolt 3 Express Dock Review: MacBook Pro ports, at a price

Thunderbolt 3 may be the wunderport of the future, but sometimes it feels like nobody told the peripheral-makers that. While notebooks like the most recent MacBook Pro may have switched entirely to
Google Pixel XL 2 gets even bigger (6P size returns!)

Google Pixel XL 2 gets even bigger (6P size returns!)

The next big Google phone, likely called Google Pixel XL 2, seems to be getting as big as the company’s original huge phone: the Nexus 6P. This week speculation came of the cancellation of the

Know if Google’s Project Fi is the right fit for your needs

Google still has the Project Fi and the company will only continue to offer a new wireless experience that is simple yet reliable. The tech giant can easily boast of its service but it’s giving the

Chrome 60 Beta updates payment, password APIs, adds search widget

Chrome 59 is now officially rolled out to desktops and mobiles, but the bleeding edge will still be found in the beta versions. That means – for you and me – Chrome 60 Beta, which brings with it a

Just $29 to learn nine coding languages incl JavaScript & Python [DEALS]

Work in a technical field? Need to know several programming languages all at once? The Coding Powerhouse eBook Bundle should be of special interest to you. Get this indispensable package and save over
Breath of the Wild’s first DLC, The Master Trials, gets new details

Breath of the Wild’s first DLC, The Master Trials, gets new details

While a lot of the focus on Nintendo’s E3 may center around Metroid and Mario, Breath of the Wild was also on display during the show. In a trailer run yesterday during the company’s E3 livestream,

Apex Launcher is back with all new features for Nougat

If you haven’t heard from Apex Launcher in a while, that’s because the last update they had was way back in June 2015. Now, almost two years after, they’re back with a bang, updating their launcher
Major security risk prompts Windows update (8, Server 2003, XP)

Major security risk prompts Windows update (8, Server 2003, XP)

Yesterday, we told you about a new round of security patches heading out to Windows XP. This is unprecedented, not only because Microsoft had long ago discontinued XP extended support, but also

Dvmap is a rooting malware, first Trojan with code injection capabilities

It looks like a tedious and vicious cycle – as Google and Android’s security get better, malware gets better as well. Kaspersky Labs points us to “Dvmap”, a new rooting malware that is different from

Slayaway Camp is a slasher-inspired puzzle game, would you believe?

From the title alone, Slayaway Camp gives you an ominous, gory feeling at the onset. And that’s ok because this is indeed a game inspired by 80s slasher movies. But it’s a puzzle game, so there’s a
iPhone 8 wireless charging is in says key Apple supplier

iPhone 8 wireless charging is in says key Apple supplier

The new iPhone will support wireless charging, one of Apple’s key suppliers has prematurely confirmed, addressing one of the biggest criticisms of the best-selling smartphones to-date. The new iPhone