News

Intel to Use ill-fated 10nm Process node for its Xe Architecture; First GPU to Launch in Mid-2020

We know that Intel plans to enter the GPU market in 2020. They have already unveiled their GPU architecture called…

Read More »

Microsoft Releases Non-Security Cumulative Updates For Multiple Windows 10 Versions But Start Menu ‘Critical Error’ Issue Still Unresolved In Win10 1903

Microsoft released a noticeably large Cumulative Update for multiple versions of the Windows 10 operating system. However, the latest, stable…

Read More »

Leak Suggests, PS5 to Support Entire Library of Previous Gen PlayStation Titles

PlayStation 4 is arguably the best selling console of this generation. When it came out, it took on its biggest…

Read More »

Microsoft Launches ‘Dapr’ and ‘Open Application Model’, And Will Help Development Around Kubernetes And Microservices

Microsoft launched two interesting, practical, and more importantly, open-source projects. The first one is Dapr, which is an event-driven runtime…

Read More »

Xbox Partners Up with Taco Bell to Giveaway a Limited Edition Custom Xbox One X with Game Pass and Elite Controller Series 2

Microsoft is the more fun sibling when it comes to promoting its Xbox line of products. As compared to Sony,…

Read More »

Here’s What New In Apex Legends Season 3, Ranked Changes and More

Apex Legend’s third season is here and there are a lot of intricate changes in the meta. You can jump…

Read More »

Microsoft Brings Down Tamper Protection And Other Security Features From Windows 10 Enterprise To Win10 Home Editions

Microsoft Windows Defender, the default and inbuilt free antivirus and malware protection for Windows 10 OS, is getting a few…

Read More »

Latest macOS 10.15 Catalina Update Released This Week Has Several Bugs, Urging Experts To Caution Holding Back Updating

The latest major update to the macOS released earlier this week has already started to cause some weird issues and…

Read More »

Rainbow Six Siege’s First “Mini Battle Pass” Now Available For Free

Earlier this year, Ubisoft announced a battle pass for Rainbow Six Siege. Four years after its launch, the first person…

Read More »

Chromium Edge Now Allows You To Block Third-Party Cookies, Sync Open Tabs

Microsoft is continuously adding new features to its new Microsoft Edge browser. We have spotted a number of interesting features…

Read More »

SKUs of the Alleged GeForce GTX1660 SUPER Surface: Available by 17th October

We have already talked about the leaks and rumors around Nvidia’s new SUPER graphics card called Nvidia GTX GeForce 1660…

Read More »

Windows 10 Latest October Cumulative Update Not Only Breaks Start Menu But Causes Edge Browser Crash Too

The latest cumulative update sent to Windows 10 version 1903 has been causing some weird behavioral issues within multiple components.…

Read More »

Latest Xiaomi Ultra-Thin Notebook “RedmiBook” To Pack a AMD Ryzen Processor

The latest line of ultra-thin laptops or notebooks from Xiaomi has been confirmed to be powered by an AMD mobile…

Read More »

Windows 10 November Update Is Coming: Microsoft Is Yet To Clean Up Its Update Mess

Microsoft released the final Build for Windows 10 version 1909 last week. The update is now available to the Release…

Read More »

Intel To Skip 10nm Processors For Desktops And Go Directly To 7nm Fabrication Process, Claims Report

Intel has reportedly struggled to develop and fine-tune its processors on the newer and slimmer fabrication processes. While there’s no…

Read More »

Apple’s Safari Now Protects Users From Fraudulent Websites Using “Tencent Safe Browsing”

It has not been long that Apple got out of the Siri information debacle that it is in the news…

Read More »

Chrome Is Testing A New Feature To Reduce Your Memory Consumption

Chrome is the preferred web browser that is used by millions of PC users. However, very few people know that…

Read More »

New Skype Update For Mac Breaks Screen Sharing Functionality For Some, Here Is How You Can Fix It

Skype is a popular chat application that helps millions of people to keep in touch with their friends and family.…

Read More »

Nvidia to Remaster More PC Classics: Another attempt To Increase RTX Sales

Since the arrival of a new horizon in gaming called Ray-tracing, every major contributor to gaming from both producers and…

Read More »

Furious Surface Users Say Microsoft Should Prioritize Work On WiFi Connectivity Issues

Microsoft rolled out October 2019 firmware updates for several Surface devices. These updates included battery life improvements for Surface Laptop,…

Read More »

Windows 10 Power Management Settings Get A New Option To Improve Battery Life

Windows 10 users have been complaining about battery life issues since the OS was first released back in 2015. Microsoft is…

Read More »

Latest Windows 10 20H1 Insider Build Introduces A New Shutdown Bug, Here’s How You Can Fix It

Microsoft rolled out a new Windows 10 Insider Preview build for Fast ring Insiders. The Windows 10 Build 18999.1 belongs…

Read More »

Blizzard President’s Apology Was Written By A Chinese Person, Say Bilingual Chinese-English Speakers

Last weekend, well-known video game studio Blizzard Entertainment banned a participant of the Hearthstone Grandmasters tournament for publicly saying “liberate…

Read More »

Chromium-Based Microsoft Edge Browser Cannot Be Uninstalled As Microsoft Makes Options Disappear

It appears Microsoft is not only making it harder, but near impossible to uninstall the new Edge browser which is…

Read More »

Multi-threaded Core i3 Surfaces: Intel To Potentially Shift To Generation Wide Multi-threading Support

Earlier this week, we reported that the mobile processors market is going to be very interesting in 2020. It turns…

Read More »
Close