It appears that in 2018, people were hoping to get rich quick, learn how to perform the Fortnite victory dances and register then vote in an election. As part of its annual “Year in Search” series, Google has released its list of 2018’s most trending search topics that begin withRead More →

Apple just released iOS 12, an updated version of its mobile operating system for the iPhone, iPad, and compatible iPod models, earlier this year but tech enthusiasts are already looking for something new. While the company continues to create some of the latest and greatest hardware on the market, it’sRead More →

Documents released by the British Parliament revealed Facebook shared users’ data – without users knowledge – to companies such as Lyft, Netflix, Badoo, and AirBnB, according to the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee of the British Parliament. Other whitelisted companies discussed in the emails and related documents include TinderRead More →

In a move that some call the death of Tumblr, the microblogging website and social media network now owned by Verizon’s Oath Inc. announced its plans to ban “adult content.” According to a report from the Verge, on December 17, after 11 years, Tumblr will no longer allow adult content,Read More →

One aspect of iOS that keeps iPhone users coming back is the security that Apple puts into its App Store. Yet recently many iPhone fans got a shock when a new heart rate application, created with third party software, attempted to scam users out of $89.99 USD, reports iDrop News.Read More →

Google Play store has recently removed several apps because they were found to contain malicious software (malware). As reported by the Daily Mail, some 13 offending apps — all of which were driving simulator games — were removed from Play Store. The apps asked the user to download an additionalRead More →