Beyonce Fans Can Now Stream ‘Lemonade’ On Apple Music And Spotify

Beyonce’s Lemonade album has been quite the hit but it was not possible for fans to stream it on Apple Music. The album has long been an exclusive to Tidal, the music streaming service co-owned by her and her husband, Jay-Z. However, the album is now making its way to other music streaming services like Apple Music and Spotify.

Google Maps Will Now Show If An EV Station Is In Use

It has already been possible to search for the location of electric vehicle chargers in Google Maps but there was no way to telling if the station would be free or in use when you eventually got there. It would have been better if this information was available within the Google Maps app itself. Now, it will be. Google Maps has started showing if an electric vehicle charger is free […]

Prime Customers Can Now Get In-Garage Deliveries With Amazon Key

A lot of people have problems with package thieves. Their packages are picked up by thieves from right outside their doorstep. Customers who are fed up of this can now take advantage of the Amazon Key service which provides in-garage delivery. Amazon started testing this service in 37 cities across the United States earlier this year.

Popular Hotspot Finder App Exposed Millions Of WiFi Passwords

If you’re on the go and you’d prefer connecting to a WiFi network instead of relying on cellular connection, there are apps out there that help you locate a WiFi hotspot. In fact, some of them are particularly popular, but unfortunately, a report from TechCrunch has revealed that one particularly popular hotspot finder app has exposed millions of WiFi passwords.


Teen Sues Apple After Facial Recognition Leads To His False Arrest

If there is one thing that’s hard to dispute in terms of smartphone features, it would be the accuracy of Face ID which is found and used in Apple’s newer iPhones. Unfortunately, that accuracy did not apply to the system employed by Apple in a case involving a series of thefts in Apple Stores which unfortunately led to the false arrest of an 18-year old teen.

Huawei Launches ‘World’s First’ 5G Hardware For Automobiles

Huawei announced today that it has launched the world’s first 5G communications hardware for the automotive industry. The company has ambitions to become a major supplier of 5G solutions and it has been working to create products that were leverage the next-generation network technology. To that end, Huawei has announced the launch of its MH5000 module.

It’s 2019 And Over 20 Million People Still Use ‘123456’ As Their Password

These days with the number of hacks and phishing scams that we are seeing, you would think that everyone would start securing their accounts with stronger passwords, 2FA, and maybe even use physical security keys. Unfortunately, the truth of the matter is that it seems that people haven’t or don’t want to change.

Austria Drafts Law That Makes It Illegal To Leave Internet Comments Anonymously

Online comments, despite being just words, can be malicious and hurtful, so much so that we’ve seen how internet trolls have driven several celebrities off social media platforms. It is unclear if these kinds of malicious comments will ever go away, but over in Austria, the country is looking to do something about it.

Netflix Reportedly Has More Beyonce Specials After ‘Homecoming’

Netflix’s deal with one of the biggest stars in music may go beyond just one special. Beyonce’s behind-the-scenes Coachella documentary titled Homecoming is reportedly not the only special that the singer extraordinaire has signed up with Netflix for. It’s actually said to be a three-project deal.

Netflix To Spend $100 Million On New York Production Hub

Netflix is going to make its presence felt in New York in a significant way. The online streaming giant has confirmed that it’s going to invest $100 million to build a production hub in New York. It will also be hiring hundreds of new staffers in the process, a statement from New York Governor Andrew Cuomo reiterated.

T-Mobile Money Checking Account Officially Launched

Magenta announced its T-Mobile Money checking account service in November last year and it has now launched the service for customers in the United States. It has now been widely launched following the soft launch last year. Customers can expect some notable perks with this service if they do decide to sign up for it.

SiriusXM Essential Streaming Plan Introduced For $8 Per Month

A new streaming music plan is available for SiriusXM users which is called SiriusXM Essential. At $8 per month, it provides access to more than 300 channels that range from talk radio, music, comedy, sports, and more. A notable exclusion from this package are Howard Stern’s two channels. Those who want access to those channels will have to pay more for the Premier service.

Instagram Could Be Testing A Co-Watching Feature

One of the features of Facebook is its Watch Together feature where users can watch Facebook videos “together”, kind of like if you were gathered around in real-life. It looks like Instagram is now testing out the feature as well, according to a tweet by researcher Jane Manchun Wong who shared screenshots of the feature in action.

Netflix Testing Out Allowing Users To Watch Random Episodes

One of the appealing aspects of Netflix compared to regular TV channels is that you get to choose what to watch and when to watch. However, perhaps in a bid to encourage users to discover new content and episodes they might have missed, it seems that Netflix is testing out the ability for users to watch episodes at random.