Hidden Windows 11 File Explorer feature lets you drag tabs into new windows, but only if you’re an Insider

What you need to know Microsoft recently released Windows 11 Build 25290 to Insiders in the Dev Channel. The update adds widgets for Spotify and Phone Link, as well as several other changes. Build 25290 also includes a hidden feature that lets you drag out a tab from the File Explorer to open it in […]

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Samsung’s SmartThings iOS App Now Lets You Control Matter Devices

Samsung’s SmartThings app for the iPhone and iPad was today updated to add support for Matter devices. For those unfamiliar with SmartThings, it is a smart home platform that is a subsidiary of Samsung, and it is akin to Apple HomeKit. The SmartThings platform was updated with Matter support back in October, with Samsung rolling […]

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Minecraft Preview 1.19.70.20 lets players be more sneaky

What you need to know Minecraft Previews let players test early versions of upcoming Minecraft updates, including new features. Minecraft Preview 1.19.70.20 is now available with a hefty changelog of fixes. It also includes major improvements to sneaking, with players now able to crouch to a height of 1.5 blocks instead of 1.8. Sneaking in […]

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WhatsApp Now Lets You Have a Chat With Yourself

WhatsApp is completing the rollout of a new feature that lets you create a private chat thread with yourself within the app that can be used to store personal notes and media. Literally called “Message Yourself,” the feature is designed to be used as a convenient place to keep things like reminders, notes, links, audio […]

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Samsung now lets you browse recent websites from your phone on a Galaxy Book laptop

Since the launch of the first Galaxy Book lineup, Samsung has made it easier to switch data between a Galaxy smartphone and a Windows computer. Today, the company has announced a new feature that lets you quickly pick up web browser tabs from your phone and open them on a Windows PC or laptop. Samsung’s […]

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In the Next Pandemic, Let’s Pay People to Get Vaccinated

It’s a truth universally acknowledged that people like money. If you show them the cash, they’re generally more likely to do what you want, whether that be to stop smoking, work out, or keep up with their medication.   As vaccines started to roll out of labs during the pandemic, governments began wondering: How can we encourage as many […]

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Google Home app now lets you control fans, air purifiers, TVs

The Google Home app lets you control compatible TVs running Android TV or Google TV. It can also help you control fans, air purifiers, TVs, and even vacuum cleaners. TV sets that are compatible with Nest Hub and the Google Home app can now be controlled via the app’s touch controls. Back in August 2022, […]

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iOS 16 Exploit Lets You Change Your iPhone’s Font System-Wide

Friday December 30, 2022 2:58 am PST by Sami Fathi While Apple has increased the level of customization iPhone users have access to over the years, the ‌iPhone‌’s system-wide font has been one thing users have not been able to change. Thanks to a new tool created by a developer, however, users will now be […]

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Let’s Go to Mars. Let’s Not Live There

Some people would rather invest these resources in solving global problems, not launching astronauts to other worlds. People in the 1960s questioned the Apollo program for similar reasons—it was also a time of systemic inequality and fears of nuclear war. Today, in public opinion surveys of US adults, NASA’s climate-related efforts and monitoring of near-Earth asteroids are more […]

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Samsung End of Year Sale lets you save on foldables and smartwatches

As 2022 is coming to a close and Samsung US is offering some great discounts on its foldable phones and Galaxy smartwatches. If you’ve been eyeing a new Galaxy foldable or smartwatch then you can pick one up until January 1 when the End of the Year Sale event is officially over. The first phone […]

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WhatsApp’s New Accidental Delete Feature Lets You Undo ‘Delete For Me’ So You Can ‘Delete For All’ Instead

WhatsApp has rolled out a new group chat feature that lets you undo the “Delete for Me” action, to avoid potentially embarrassing scenarios where you accidentally delete a message only for yourself instead of removing it from the conversation for everyone. Called “Accidental Delete,” the new feature adds a five-second window to let users reverse […]

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Ulysses App Now Lets Writers Organize Their Work into Projects

Popular writing app and markdown editor Ulysses has gained a new Projects feature that’s aimed at users who tend to work on larger projects, such as books, a thesis, or a blog. New to the app in version 29, the Projects feature only shows what’s relevant to the current project and hides everything else in […]

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Latest macOS Beta Lets You Chime Your AirTags From Your Mac

Wednesday December 7, 2022 12:14 am PST by Sami Fathi With the latest macOS Ventura 13.1 beta, Apple has added the ability for users to chime their AirTags using the Find My app on their Mac. Previously, Mac users could only get directions to their ‌AirTags‌ through the ‌Find My‌ app, meaning those who wanted […]

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The latest Minecraft DLC lets you bend the elements as the Avatar

What you need to know The Minecraft Marketplace is packed with user-generated content, official collaborations, and much more. The latest high-profile DLC for Minecraft: Bedrock Editions is Avatar Legends, made in partnership with Nickelodeon and Gamemode One. Avatar Legends lets players embark on an epic journey to become the Avatar and master all four elements. […]

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New Good Lock module, Galaxy to Share, lets you share settings across devices

Before One UI 5.0 went live for the Galaxy S22 series in October, Samsung announced a few updates and additions to its experimental Good Lock platform. The company also hinted at an October 24 release for One UI 5.0, which turned out to be true. But more to the point at hand, Samsung said it […]

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Minecraft: Java Edition Snapshot 22w46a lets you make a symphony of mob noises

What you need to know Minecraft 1.20 is the next major Minecraft content update, and some of its features are now being tested. Minecraft: Java Edition Snapshot 22w46a is rolling out to PC players with new features and changes. Mob heads are joined by the Piglin, and can now be placed on note blocks to […]

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Netflix lets you kick off specific devices remotely on your Galaxy device

Want to kick off your friend from your Netflix account? Well, Netflix is gaining an important feature that lets users log out of specific devices remotely from any device. The feature is available on the web, iOS, and Android smartphones and is rolling out to all members worldwide. As per the official blog, Netflix users can log […]

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Latest iOS 16.2 Beta Lets You Disable Wallpaper and Notifications for Always On Display

With the third beta of iOS 16.2 that was provided to developers this morning, Apple has added new functionality to the always on display feature available for the iPhone 14 Pro models. There are now two toggles for disabling wallpaper or notifications when always on display is active. The options can be reached by opening […]

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ChromeOS Beta Tester Hub lets you test new features on Samsung Chromebooks

Google has launched a new way for ChromeOS users to test new features of the operating system. As per the official community post, Google has introduced the ChromeOS Beta Tester Hub, where not only will you get to experience new ChromeOS features on your Samsung Chromebook, but you can also engage with the developers directly. […]

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