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Meta Launches Improved 3D Avatars, Expands Avatar Use to Instagram

The metaverse is coming – not now, and not for some time yet, but it is evolving, and as per the name, Meta is keen to take ownership of that next stage, and ensure that it remains relevant in the future iteration of the web as we know it. And this is another step in that direction – today, Meta ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+ Update Brings Improved Stability to Face Unlock and Camera

Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ were launched in India at an event held in New Delhi on March 6. With the phones available for purchase starting Friday, March 16, Samsung has pushed the latest software update that brings improved stability to the Face Unlock feature on the Galaxy S9 range as well as to the camera on the two phones. Apart from that, the company is ... Read More »

Analyst: iPhone X availability improved due to increased production, demand still strong

Apple iPhone X is a hard device to manufacture. It took more than a month longer than the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus to arrive to the shelves and even so initial stock was pretty limited and shipping estimates increased to 5-6 weeks. Yet stock quickly started to improve after the launch and currently waiting times are down to 1-2 weeks. Even the expansion to 14 new markets yesterday didn’t ... Read More »

How to protect yourself on Twitter with its improved mute, report, and filter tools

By Glenn Fleishman | Follow Senior Contributor, Macworld | Nov 28, 2016 2:52 AM PT MORE LIKE THIS How to turn on Twitter’s quality filters and silence trolls Twitter beefs up its mute tools and abuse policies to help you proactively… iOS 5 Review: Ambitious Update Rings in the Changes VIDEO Fujitsu’s digital room lets you write on walls and ... Read More »

Gmail for Work gets improved digital loss protection features

Google has expanded the digital loss protection features in Gmail for Work, to help ensure that employees don’t share confidential information outside the company they work for. The service can now use optical character recognition on attachments, so administrators can ensure that employees aren’t sharing mounds of confidential data in images (whether intentionally or not). That adds to existing features ... Read More »

Intel Compute Stick (2016) review: Though improved, it still lacks mass appeal

For $159, the Intel Compute Stick is a pretty good deal. You get a full license for Windows 10 Home and a PC that’s ready to go out of the box—just add a display, a mouse, and a keyboard to get started. And unlike Google’s stick computing product, the Asus Chromebit, you’re not restricted to just a handful of tasks ... Read More »