Microsoft updates Paint app after 38 years, adds layers & transparency features
The company is rolling out the update to Windows Insiders in the Canary and Dev Channels.
Samsung Galaxy Watch 6: Smooth, user-friendly with good battery life
The Galaxy Watch 6 boasts a slimmer bezel, a larger and more vibrant display, and a more interactive user interface.
After Mate 60, Huawei likely to enter mid-range 5G market this year
According to IT Times, Huawei is expected to launch a 5G version of its mid-ranged Nova smartphone in the next 1-2 months.
Apple online, its India retail stores now offer best ways to own iPhone 15, Watch Series 9
The buyers can get Rs 6,000 instant savings on iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max, Rs 5,000 on iPhone 15 and 15 Plus, Rs 4,000 on iPhone 14 and 14 Plus, Rs 3,000 on iPhone 13 and Rs 2,000 on iPhone SE when they use eligible HDFC Bank cards.
Meta shuts 3 VR games without any explanation
The tech giant sent an email to existing game owners, informing them that support for the three games will be discontinued on March 15, 2024, reports The Verge.
X will soon charge users ‘a small monthly payment’: Musk
In a live-streamed interaction with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the X owner floated the idea that the social network may no longer be a free site, in a bid to deal with the problem of bots on the platform.
iOS 17 arrives with new features across Apple’s first-party apps
The iOS 17 offers new features across Apple’s first-party apps, including the Phone app, Messages, FaceTime, and more, and introduces new functionality like Live Voicemail, FaceTime audio and video messages.
iPhone 15 Pro Max seeing 'robust' demand, outpacing last year's Pro Max: Report
According to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, iPhone 15 Pro Max demand has outpaced iPhone 14 Pro Max demand during the matching period last year.
Tim Cook says 'there are some things he doesn't like about Elon Musk's X'
Cook called the platform's apparent anti-semitism problem "abhorrent" in an interview with CBS, but added, "Twitter is an important property; I like the concept that it's there for discourse". However, when asked whether Apple should be advertising on X, he said that this is something the company "constantly" asks itself.
Elon Musk vouches to 'fight for max freedom of speech under law' on X
The Tesla CEO quoted a Washington Post article, which claimed prosecutors in German as saying that under Musk, X is complying with more requests from the country to identify users in hate speech cases, than before. The article also claims that this is in contrast to other countries such as Turkey and India, where X continues to legally contest censorship demands.