Back in June, Google discovered a range of security flaws in iPhone software that injected malicious code into phones. Here’s what happened.
Light Start: Hiding Facebook likes, Starship will carry people to Mars, new Galaxy Fold symptoms and WhatsApp will stop working on these phones
This week in Light Start, Facebook plans to hide likes, SpaceX has a new spacecraft, the Galaxy Fold still has problems and WhatsApp will stop working on these devices.
uawei has finally unveiled its ‘Android replacement’ first party operating system (OS), called Harmony OS (previously known as HongMeng).
No more guessing the speed limit between Vereeniging and Randfontein — Google Maps is rolling out the ability for users to see speed limits.
Auto-maker Porsche has launched its own augmented reality app which lets your preview one of their cars just about anywhere. Like in your driveway.
It’s a fact that just about all the tech we make use of will eventually become obsolete. Unless you’re the US Military or NASA, in which case you’ll be using the same operating systems long after the rest of us are done. Hey, some of those probes were programmed in the 1970s — doubtful there’s gonna be an OS update for those things. WhatsApp is moving at a bit of a faster clip, though. Several older versions will soon see no further updates, which means the service will likely stop working.
So you want to get your hands on a Forza game but don’t want to pay for it? Funny thing, Microsoft’s just made that happen with the launch of Forza Street, a new free-to-play racing title for Windows 10, Android and iOS. The desktop version of the game? Yeah, that’s available now.
Last week we saw Netflix decide to drop its AirPlay-capability, so Apple-users won’t be able to beam Netflix shows from their iPhone to their Apple TV anymore.
What with Apple cancelling its failed AirPower mat, we’ve decided to look on the bright and shiny side, and find some of Apple’s best tech from a time when Steve Jobs steered the ship.