Samsung announces Galaxy Watch 3, gets FDA approval for ECG, blood pressure tracking

We’ve had so many leaks and spills about the new Samsung devices that the official announcement seems to be a bit anticlimactic. But here we are now after the Unpacked Event with the officially official news about their newest wearable, the Galaxy Watch 3. It’s a confirmation of most of the things we found out […] … [Read more...]

Messenger Chat plugin can now be used without logging in to Facebook

With a lot of businesses exploring online for the first time or expanding their online operations, customer service is an important but also difficult part that they need to deal with. The Facebook Messenger chat plugin was a good tool for those who couldn’t afford to have their own CRM systems but only those who […] … [Read more...]

Files by Google starts rolling out PIN-protected Safe Folder

Almost all of us probably have some files in our smartphones or tablets that we wouldn’t want others to see if they go exploring on our device. There are apps out there that you can download to protect some selected files but if you’re heavy into the Google ecosystem, you’ll be glad to know they’re […] … [Read more...]

European Commission opens investigation into Google-Fitbit deal

In case you were excited for the Google acquisition of wearable brand Fitbit, you might want to suspend your expectations for now. The European Commission has announced that they are officially looking into the deal as concerns about the privacy and competition are being aired by various groups. Google has announced this setback as well […] … [Read more...]

YouTube Music will officially replace Google Play Music by end of 2020

We’ve seen the writing on the wall for quite some time but now the last bell has been sounded for Google Play Music. Google has officially announced that their music streaming and music cloud service will be replaced by YouTube Music by December 2020. This means users of the former have four months to either […] … [Read more...]

WhatsApp now lets you search forwarded messages for fact checking

Messaging apps are a great source of information but also a fountain of misinformation, fake news, and unreliable forwarded messages as well. WhatsApp previously introduced a special label for messages that have been forwarded several times so you’re aware that it’s not that original. Now they’re adding a magnifying glass to that label so it […] … [Read more...]