The Infinix Zero Ultra 5G is a new smartphone that promises to deliver a premium experience with 5G connectivity, a large display, and top-of-the-line specifications. But is the phone living up to its promises? In terms of specs, the Infinix Zero Ultra 5G is certainly impressive. It features a 6.9-inch ...Read More »
Amazon raises the minimum purchase amount for Prime Members on Amazon Fresh.
Starting on February 1st, Amazon is increasing the minimum purchase amount required for Amazon Fresh deliveries for Prime members. This change will affect Prime members who use Amazon Fresh to purchase groceries, household essentials, and other items. Previously, Prime members who used Amazon Fresh could place orders with a ...Read More »
Why your data is worth more than you think
Your personal data is a valuable commodity in today’s digital world. Every time you use a website, app, or other online service, you are likely providing information about yourself. This information, which can include your name, location, interests, and purchasing habits, is collected and stored by companies, who then use ...Read More »
ChatGPT Use Banned in French University Due to Fraud and Plagiarism Concerns
A French university has banned the use of ChatGPT, a language model developed by OpenAI, over concerns about fraud and plagiarism. The university’s decision to ban the use of ChatGPT is based on the fear that students may use the tool to produce assignments or other academic work that is ...Read More »
Beginning February 1, Twitter users will be able to appeal account suspensions.
Twitter is a popular social media platform that allows users to share their thoughts and ideas with the world. However, sometimes, users may find their accounts suspended due to violating Twitter’s terms of service. Until now, users had no way to contest their suspension, but that is all about to ...Read More »
Security keys Apple recommends for iPhone, iPad, Mac
Apple has recently added support for physical security keys in iOS 16.3 and macOS 13.2. While Apple has not manufactured its own security keys, it has made its iPhone, iPad and Mac devices compatible with existing FIDO-certified security keys. If you choose to use physical security keys for your Apple ...Read More »
SwiftSlicer is a new destructive wiper malware that has hit Ukraine.
SwiftSlicer is a newly discovered wiper malware that has targeted Ukraine. A wiper malware is a type of malicious software designed to destroy data on a targeted system. SwiftSlicer was first spotted by cybersecurity researchers in December 2021. According to the researchers, SwiftSlicer is different from other wiper malware in ...Read More »
Moto Buds 600 ANC Earphones from Motorola Qualcomm aptX support is now available through Google Assistant: Details
Motorola has launched the Moto Buds 600, a new pair of ANC (active noise-cancelling) earphones. The earphones feature built-in Google Assistant and support for Qualcomm aptX technology for high-quality audio streaming. Other key features include up to 25 hours of battery life, touch controls, and an IPX7 water-resistant rating. ...Read More »
Tineco CARPET ONE carpet cleaner series features intelligent technology and powerful suction
Tineco CARPET ONE: The Next Generation of Carpet Cleaners Carpet cleaning just got a lot easier with the introduction of Tineco CARPET ONE, a series of high-performance carpet cleaners with smart technology and high-power suction. These advanced cleaners are designed to make carpet cleaning a breeze, so you can keep ...Read More »
Pestle, the iOS recipe app, has received a major update that includes Smart Folders, PDF scanning, and other features.
Pestle, the popular iOS recipe app, has received a major update with several new features aimed at improving the user experience. The latest update includes Smart Folders, PDF scanning, and a range of other enhancements to make cooking easier and more enjoyable. Smart Folders is one of the standout ...Read More »