Apple may launch waterproof AirPods in 2019

 Apple is expected to launch new iPhone models in September 2019 and a new report suggests that along with that, the Cupertino-based tech giant is likely to launch next generation of AirPods. As per a research note shared by Philip Elmer-DeWitt, Daniel Ives said that the launch of the third generation of Apple AirPods “towards…


OYO warns of legal action against vested groups for tying to disrupt business

  Hospitality firm OYO Hotels and Homes Wednesday threatened to take legal action against “small vested interest group” for trying to disrupt its business, amid reports that many of its partners are at loggerheads with it. The company, which on Wednesday got a shot in the arm with the Delhi High Court restraining various hoteliers…


Google is done making tablets, the Pixel Slate is not getting a successor

Remember the Pixel Slate? The tablet launched last year alongside the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL smartphones, to… not a lot of fanfare. This tablet runs Chrome OS, as Google was seemingly doing its best to forget there was ever a time when Nexus tablets were a thing. The company is now officially giving…


Be cautious, free VPNs are selling your data to 3rd parties

It isn’t unusual to find companies using deceptive practices when trying to market and grow their brands. One niche where this is very rife is in the VPN industry. It was recently revealed that contrary to claims on their websites, 26 of the 117 most popular VPN services log user data despite touting contrary claims in their…


Netflix will release 39 new original shows and movies in June – here’s the full schedule

This has been a banner year so far for Netflix, which continues to be everyone’s favorite source of streaming movies and TV shows. The company has added tons and tons of great content to its online streaming catalog, and it has attracted millions of new subscribers as a result. Well if you’ve been impressed with…


How to use Apple’s new data and privacy portal

With GDPR underway, you’ve probably already received a number of emails alerting you to privacy policy updates, new terms and conditions, and GDPR compliance from many of the sites and services you use online. Apple has joined the party with the launch of its new Data and Privacy portal. You can use the site to correct any…


How to stop your friends’ Facebook apps from collecting your data

You may already be aware of the fact that you’re giving third-party apps and services access to some or all of your data when you use Facebook to sign up for them, but did you know your friends are also giving third-party apps and services access to some of your data when they sign up for them? Yep! Here’s…


Researchers Develop A New Solar Still That Purifies Water with Near-Perfect Efficiency

Remember the science textbooks full of experiments which made use of the process of evaporation for the purification of water. This idea of using the sun’s energy to evaporate and purify water has been in use since the ancient times. Scientists at the University of Buffalo are now giving this technique a modern-day makeover so that it…


Hearing music again

“I don’t really listen to music.” I couldn’t believe it. It was as if my friend had just informed me that he didn’t chew food with his mouth. He seemed like a different species. I tried to put myself in his shoes. Tried to imagine a version of me that didn’t really listen to music.…


Apple Watch’s Heart Rate App Saves Yet Another Life

Apple Watch has been making headlines this month and for all the right reasons. It seems the accessory is a bit of a superhero. This week, WFTS Tampa Bay News reported that the tech-savvy watch saved the life of a local teenager, Deanna Recktenwald, after it alerted her that her resting heart rate had jumped to 190…