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Xbox Family Setting App Allows You to Set Limits on Your Kids’ Game Time

Microsoft has just released the preview version of an Xbox Family Settings app for Android and 10,000 iOS users that will allow parents to manages what, when, and how children play on Xbox consoles.

Gmail on Web Got a Handful of Useful Quick Settings Menu

Gmail is one of the most popular email services in the world with billions of active users. Since its launch, Google has been improving Gmail starting with its interface to new features. Although the company revamped the interface of Gmail…

Instagram Adds Ways for Video Creators to Earn Money

Instagram on Wednesday rolled out new tools enabling people to make money from the videos they post on the platform.

Build-to-order Macs Finally Available in India Ahead of Apple Store Launch

Apple has finally started allowing Indian customers to configure iMac, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and other Mac computers based on their requirements.

Xiaomi Filed a New Patent for an Under-Display Camera Smartphone

Xiaomi has filed a new patent for an under-display smartphone showing how it will look like when the final product will reach the market.

Google Stadia Adds a New 1440p Streaming Resolution Option In Chrome

Google has two more titles to Stadia store this morning. In addition to this, Google also announced that it has added a new 1440p streaming option for

You Can Now Play Microsoft’s New Surf Game Inside the Edge Browser

With the Chromium-based Edge Browser, Microsoft tries to copy Google wherever possible. In the latest move, the Software giant has finally added a mini-game in Edge which can be played when offline, just like Google Chrome.

Facebook Launches CatchUp, an Audio-only Calling App that Shows the Availability of People to Call

Facebook’s New Product Experiments (NPE) team has just released a new app called CatchUp that allows people to indicate that they are online and available to talk over the phone.

OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro Supports 90fps Fortnite Play

Fortnite Play fanboys have received good news from the makers as today, Epic Games and partnered with OnePlus to bring the 90fps gameplay on the latest edition i.e. OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Plus. 

New Android Bug Spotted with Critical Data Theft Feature

If you are an Android user, then the new security warning is here to keep your device secured and free from malware attacks. The new StrandHogg 2.0 bug appeared out of nowhere. Until now, we have seen many critical data security bugs on…

Spotify Ditches 10,000 Songs Cap from Libraries

Spotify has officially announced that they have removed the 10,000 songs cap from the user's libraries starting from today. With the removal of this new feature, Spotify premium-users can now add an unlimited number of songs to their My…

Google Assistant Tests Authorizing Payment Through Voice Commands

Google Assistant has been receiving significant updates since it was launch. The same assistant is now getting the most recommended update that lets users make payments through voice command. To do so, Google Assistant to receive a new…

Redmi 10X, Redmi 10X Pro with MediaTek Dimensity 820 SoC, Quad Rear Camera Setup Launched: Price,…

Redmi has launched its two new smartphones - Redmi 10X and Redmi 10X Pro in China. Both of these phones are the latest additions to Redmi's smartphone portfolio run on MediaTek Dimensity 820 SoC.

Realme X3 SuperZoom with Snapdragon 855+ SoC, 60x Periscope Zoom Launched: Price, Specifications

After a series of rumors and leaks, Realme has launched the Realme X3 SuperZoom. The newly launched phone comes with a periscope lens on the X3 SuperZoom that can deliver a maximum zoom of 60x.

Mi Band 5 Alleged Live Photos Surface Online Ahead of Launch

Mi Band 5 is the upcoming fitness band from Xiaomi which is still left to be confirmed officially by the company. However, before it becomes official, a tipster has shared the alleged live photos of the Mi Band 5 that also highlight its new…

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