Tech

Blu-Ray Players
  • By Nastassja Robberts
  • 18th Feb 2019

Samsung Stops Manufacturing Blu-Ray Players

Samsung has confirmed that it has stopped manufacturing its own Blu-ray players. It was first rumoured that the South Korean tech company would stop making any new models of 4K Blu-ray players, but it

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Tencent Reddit
  • By Nastassja Robberts
  • 15th Feb 2019

Tencent Reddit Investment Ignites Firewall Fears

Reddit has been known for years as one of the most liberal places on the internet. It supports free-speech and open discussion, even on topics that are considered off limits. The platform has become k

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Gmail Right-Click
  • By Nastassja Robberts
  • 12th Feb 2019

Gmail Right-Click Has Finally Been Improved

One of the main frustrations for users of the mail service by Google has been the horrible Gmail right-click features. The current Gmail right-click menu has a few options and features that some users

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MSI PS63 Modern
  • By Marco Cocomello
  • 11th Feb 2019

MSI PS63 Review

Back at CES earlier this year, I met a laptop that I was confident would be a strong contender in the market for Apple's MacBook range. The MSI PS63 Modern is a workforce laptop that is sleek, powerfu

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Apple Devices
  • By Nastassja Robberts
  • 30th Jan 2019

There Are 1.5 Billion Active Apple Devices, Despite Disappointing iPhone Sales

Apple just reported on its first-quarter earnings, and, despite disappointing iPhone sales, there are now 1.4 billion active Apple devices in the world.Related: 

  • By Nastassja Robberts
  • 29th Jan 2019

FaceTime Bug Lets People Listen In On Your Audio

A new FaceTime bug, which essentially lets people eavesdrop on other's audio, might make you want to immediately delete the app from your iPhone.Related: 

  • By Nastassja Robberts
  • 29th Jan 2019

Apple Gaming Subscription Service In The Works

New reports have come in, stating that the tech giant is working on an Apple gaming subscription service.Related: