5/29/22

Win 11 info

It looks like Microsoft is placing strict requirements when it comes to Windows 11 operating system. While some users are trying to bypass they are giving a warning that they will not be entitled to receive updates. 

Here is what you loose if you decide to bypass the Windows 11 requirements. 

5/28/22

YouTube PIP via iOS

Youtube Picture in Picture has been slowly being tested on iOS devices and if you are a Youtube premium subscriber you can go and test the new app features.
It's a massive perk and will help you get the most out of its player, let's hope to see this come out of beta soon. 

5/27/22

Starlink for Inflight Wi-Fi

It looks like airlines began testing the Starlink Satellites for Inflight Wi-Fi and if all goes well this could be  a great replacement to keep the world connected where everyone goes. 

5/26/22

Lenovo UEFI Flaw

Lenovo recently published a security vulnerabilities that impacts UEFI on at least 100 laptops. I would patch this update ASAP so that you are not at risk. 


5/25/22

iPhone Disassembler

Apple has been using these Daisy robots for a long time to eliminate decommissioned phones. Here is a closer look on how this is being done with robots. 

Revamped Google TV app

Looks like Google TV is changing it's application and highlights feeds so that movies and shows can easily be searchable and shareable.

Let's wait and see how user's react to the new changes and if it does make a difference. 

5/24/22

Telsa with no charger

Yes this is correct, now Telsa's is no longer including their chargers on their delivery cars. This is now sold separately. Figuring adding now an extra $275 to $400 for device. 

This is now a sure clear sign that manufactures are now getting ready and want you cough the extra bucks so that you can use their products. 


5/23/22

Apple minus the charger gain

Apple recently removed its new charger on its current iPhone and let's just say it just slashed a big bundle of their costs that the company was able to amass more profit than it was imagined.

Who would think that just removing one bulky item, can be a game-changer. 

Link 

5/22/22

Smartphones Weather

Here is an interesting project to collect information all around the world using smartphones so that we can accurately improve weather forecasts.
It's an interesting project and I hope that they call pull enough data to make weather forecasting easier to do. 

5/21/22

Meta Testing Money Tools

It looks like FB is testing digital assets and experiences to create a metaverse. This will be interesting to see how they move ahead in the coming years.
The company has been betting on this for some time and might be in a great position now to change the world we live in already. 


5/20/22

Rokid

Nice cool and very well-put-together AR glasses unfortunately it needs more so that it can easily connect to other devices and be wireless. I am going to keep a close eye on this device and hope that they can offer more for the current price. 


5/19/22

Google Maps New Icons

Google Maps just released new icons when navigating which is traffic lights and stops signs. It's going to make very useful for users to drive with the help of the new icons. 
Not only does it simplify your driving experience, but makes sure you do not miss a turn. 

5/18/22

Microsoft reveals work day changes

Microsoft is noticing that the working day has changed and this is what it discovered. That work from home users have now three peak periods during the day. 

And there is more, so click on the link below to see how everything has dramatically changed when compared to the standard 9am to 5pm work day.  


5/17/22

Hide iOS Apps

Here is a great way to hide applications from your iPhone but not remove them. Unfortunately Apple always include certain applications that cannot be removed. So instead of throwing them into a folder on your phone, why not just hide them. 

5/16/22

Microsoft from '85 to '22

Here is a look back at Microsoft from 1985 all the way until 2022 and how they quickly dominated the world. 

Windows changed the world of computing and might be here longer than many anticipated. 

Let's take a drive back to memory lane. 

5/15/22

Learn USB & Thunderbolt

Need a more understanding of USB & Thunderbolt, here is some resourceful information on the technology standards so that you can easily troubleshoot when problems arise.