How To Change Administrator On Windows 10
Did you know that there are only certain functions and settings changes that you can do if you are an administrator in Windows 10? If you’d like to learn how to change that administrator position to you or assign it to someone else, here’s what you need to do.

Lenovo Carbon X1 Gen 9 ReviewEditor's Pick
For nearly a decade, the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon has been the company’s most iconic thin & light, and we’re reviewing the 9th generation 2021 version this time. The new features that caught my attention include the 16:10 UHD display, the improved Dolby Atmos speaker system, and the 11th Gen Intel Core computing platform.As tested, our laptop unit has this configuration: Intel Core i7-1165G7 (+ Iris Xe integrated graphics), 16GB […]

How To Check If Your Computer Is Windows 11 Ready
Microsoft announced that Windows 11 will be released later this year. It looks like it is going to be an interesting update, although the question is, can your computer run Windows 11? If you’re wondering about that, here’s how you find out.

China Wants To Build The World’s First ‘Clean’ Commercial Nuclear Reactor
Did you know that nuclear power is actually considered cleaner than traditional forms of energy that rely on fossil fuel? However, the horrific visions painted by nuclear reactor meltdowns seem to have painted the energy source in a bad light, but scientists in China are hoping that their plan to build a “clean” nuclear reactor could help change the minds of people.


Users Can Adjust The Steam Deck’s FPS To Help Save Battery Life
FPS is important for some gamers because they feel that having a higher FPS would help them spot enemies better, make targeting more accurate, or just generally improve on their gameplay experience. When playing on a computer, you don’t need to worry about battery life, but playing on a laptop, that’s a different story.

Apple Expected To Bring Face ID To All Of Its Products Eventually
At the moment, Face ID is only available on a select few Apple products. This includes the higher-end iPad Pros and also the higher-end iPhones. The rest of Apple’s product lineup continues to use Touch ID. However, as per Mark Gurman’s latest Power On newsletter, that could change in the future.

Nintendo Could Wind Down Wii U And 3DS eShop Submissions In 2022
Despite the Nintendo Wii U no longer being in production and with the 3DS kind of being replaced by the likes of the Nintendo Switch and Switch Lite consoles, it’s actually surprising that there are games that are still actively being developed for both the Wii U and 3DS, but that could change in 2022.

Google Drive Update Now Lets You Block Spammers
One of the awesome features about cloud storage is how quickly and easily you can sync up your work with your friends, colleagues, or classmates. However, the ability to share files in the cloud has also been subject to abuse, where spammers and trolls sometimes use it to share spam or other kinds of gross stuff.

An iPhone 5s Won A Photography Award In 2021
The iPhone 5s was launched in 2013, which means that it is now 8 years old. Apple has come a long way since the iPhone 5s in terms of hardware performance, display technology, and of course, camera technology. Back then single-lens cameras were the norm, but these days, having 3-4 cameras on the back of a phone is par for the course.

You Can Now Edit Slide Presentations In Google Chat
Part of what makes Google’s ecosystem so compelling is that they all tie-in with each other and sync up so easily that moving across their products and services feels so seamless. Gmail is a good example, where Google has integrated Chat into it so that you can chat with your contacts while also replying to emails without having to leave the window.

Facebook Cloud Gaming Now Available On iPhones
The problem with games is that as technology gets more advanced, the requirements for these games get higher as well. This means that eventually your brand new top-of-the-line computer or phone will no longer be able to play certain games as smoothly as it used to back when it was still new.

Flight Evacuated After Teen AirDrops Photo Of Airsoft Gun To Passengers
AirDrop is a useful way of sharing files between Apple devices, but it is kind of like a double edged sword because unless you remember to turn AirDrop off, you might get unwanted notifications from people you don’t know nearby who might be trying to AirDrop photos or videos to your phone.

Corning Will Be Bringing Its Gorilla Glass To Smartphone Cameras
Corning is a name that many of you might be familiar with. The company’s Gorilla Glass series has been used in smartphones for its display covers, but now it looks like Corning wants to expand to cover more than that. The company wants to start protecting the cameras of your smartphone as well.

iOS 15’s Photos Will Be Better At Recognizing People
One of the features of a lot of photo sharing platforms is facial recognition. This is something that Apple has built into its own Photos app. For the most part, we have to say that it does a good job at picking out faces, even if it’s in a group photo, but when it comes to photos where faces are partially hidden or obscured, then that’s when it falters.

Moment’s New Galaxy S21 Cases Brings MagSafe To Samsung’s Phones
MagSafe is Apple’s proprietary “wireless” charging technology that uses a magnet to attach a puck to the back of an iPhone to help it charge. In a way, it’s similar to the same tech that they use to charge the Apple Watch, and prior to that, their MacBooks as well. If you were envious of that tech, you’ll be pleased to learn that it is now available for Samsung devices.

Apple’s Next Pro Display Could Sport An A13 Chipset
A lot of times, displays are kind of boring in terms of their features. This is because for the most part, they only do one thing and that is to display things on its screen, but we don’t really use it beyond that. So as long as it can show us what we’re looking at with relative accuracy in terms of color and details, it’s hard to complain.

iPhone 13 Could Come With Support For Faster Charging Speeds
These days, Android phones are coming with some pretty insane charging speeds. Take the recently announced OnePlus Nord  2, where despite it being a budget phone, it still supports the company’s 65W Warp Charge technology. This is versus Apple’s flagship iPhone 12 which only supports speeds up to 20W.

Mini LED MacBook Air Expected In 2022
Earlier this year, Apple announced a refresh of the iPad Pro lineup where they gave it a new mini LED display. It has since been rumored that the MacBook Pro refresh will do the same, and there have even been suggestions that the rumored iPad mini refresh could be given the same treatment.

German YouTuber Sends AirTag To Tim Cook Who Sends It Back With A Letter
Apple’s AirTag accessory has been designed to help you keep track of items like keys or bags. It’s not necessarily meant to be used to locate items halfway around the world, which is what German YouTube channel MegaLag wanted to find out when he sent several AirTags around the world.

These Are The Smartwatches That Will Be Compatible With Google’s Wear OS 3
So, earlier this year during Google I/O 2021, Google announced a new partnership with Samsung for wearables where both companies would be working together on a new wearable platform. The new platform isn’t getting a new name per se, but will rather be known as Wear OS 3 moving forwards.

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