Microsoft has released the latest monthly update for its dual-screen Surface Duo, bringing a new security patch and more stability improvements to the device. It's available now for unlocked models.
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Last year, Google introduced the Android Earthquake Alerts System. Notifications of the feature were only available in the U.S. so far. That changed today with the addition of two more countries.
The delayed 1.2 update for Cyberpunk 2077 is almost here. Its patch notes reveal a huge number of bug fixes, optimizations, and gameplay tweaks. Ray tracing is headed to AMD graphics cards as well.
Microsoft has enabled Defender Antivirus to automatically mitigate a recent vulnerability in on-premises Exchange server instances. This acts only as a temporary workaround to break the attack chain.
Microsoft has revealed that on-premises Exchange servers are under attack from a state-sponsored group operating from China and utilizing 0-day exploits. Exchange Online is safe from the threat.
Google has announced the latest feature drop for its Pixel phones, introducing a new integration for taking pictures underwater, cross-app smart compose, and more shareable audio recordings.
Due to the recent cyberattack on CD Projekt and the extensive scope of the major update, the upcoming 1.2 Patch to Cyberpunk 2077 has been delayed out of its original February release window.
Microsoft is rolling out a new software update for the Surface Duo dual-screen phone, adding in the Android security patch for February along with improving the touch screen experience.
The Debian Project has announced the availability of Debian 10.8. The new update includes all the latest security patches available for Debian, which helps users save time during clean installs.
Apple has pulled iCloud 12 from the Microsoft Store. While the company hasn't officially cited a reason yet, many users had complained about bugs including two-factor authentication not working.
CDPR has released a new patch for PC, console and Stadia users. The patch improves performance as well as offers platform-specific fixes. It is rolling out to PCs, consoles and Stadia users.
Blizzard has announced a new version of its Battle.net desktop app. It will launch it in parts of North America to weed out any remaining bugs before making it available in other parts of the world.
Microsoft Launcher has received version 6.2.201202.9334 update that brings Work profile setup optimization and design improvements. The new update is available for download from the Google Play Store.
CD Projekt Red has released a new hotfix for Cyberpunk 2077. The new update removes the 8MB save file limit on PCs and brings improvements to the game. The patch is available for both Consoles and PC.
The Debian Project has announced the availability of Debian 10.7. The new update includes all the latest security patches available for Debian, which helps users save time during clean installs.
Twitter has once again updated its platform policies to prohibit hate speech that dehumanizes people based on race, ethnicity, and national origin. Repeat offenders may get their accounts suspended.
Microsoft Outlook for iPadOS has new capabilities that allow you to drag files from OneDrive, Files, Safari, and Outlook and then drop them into other apps, among other new features.
As we reach the second Tuesday of October, it's yet again time for a round of Windows updates, and that includes older versions of Windows, like Windows 8.1 and even 7, if you're paying for it.
Google-developed apps are always being updated, and Google Maps for Android is now widely rolling out a pill-shaped search field. The rounded search field has already rolled out on iOS devices.
A new report has emerged claiming that Microsoft fixed a significant security vulnerability in various versions of Windows, even though a Google-owned service disclosed it to Microsoft in 2018.
Google has announced a series of new features making their way to existing Android phones, including new bedtime tools to help users get ready for bed, without requiring a system update.
Google has pushed a new update out for its Stadia gaming platform. With this update, Stadia Pro users on Chrome will be able to enable 5.1 surround sound and use an on-screen keyboard with a gamepad.
Netflix rolled out these features, giving parents more power over what their children view. Starting today, parents can filter out titles that aren't appropriate for viewing by children.
In a drastic change to prevent trolling, Zoom will require users to enter passwords via Meeting ID, since these can be easily guessed or reused. The change will be functional as of April 5.
Samsung is bringing One Take, Pro Video mode, Quick Share, Music Sharing, and other Galaxy S20 features to the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note10 via a software update that will be available from March-end.
The Debian project has announced the availability of Debian 10.3 and Debian 9.12. They include all the latest security patches so they're useful if you need to do a clean install on your systems.
Last week, Google did away with the notifications that were displayed after installing app updates. AppNotifier which is a free and an open-source app lets users bring that functionality back.
Discord for Android adds functionality which includes temporary muting, slash commands and marking individual messages as unread. The update is currently rolling out through the Google Play Store.
Disney+ has added the "continue watching" feature in a new update. It permits viewing content being watched at an earlier time. The feature works across multiple platforms where Disney+ is offered.
The Debian Project has announced the availability of Debian 10.2. The new update includes all the latest security patches available for Debian, which will help users save time during clean installs.
Facebook-owned messaging app WhatsApp is rolling out a new update which introduces new privacy settings. The update will allow users to exercise more control over who can add them to group chats.
Mozilla has uploaded Firefox 69 to its FTP server in preparation for the official release tomorrow. The update will be delivered to users tomorrow via the browser's built-in updater.
Kodi 18.4 has been made available following a few months worth of new bug fixes. There's nothing huge in the update but users should see fewer crashes and fewer resources being used.
Users can now ignore games that they've already played on other platforms, without having to fear not being recommended similar games. This feature has been introduced in the latest client update.
Canonical is set to pull support for Ubuntu 18.10 on Thursday. It's recommended that if you still run this version that you update to Ubuntu 19.04 now so that you continue to receive security updates.
Starting today, Twitter is going to battle hateful conduct on the platform vigorously. The new policies put in place will regulate and take down Tweets that promote hate against any religious group.
The nifty confidential mode for Gmail will be leaving beta and become available by default for G Suite users starting June 25. The feature allows a user to set expiration dates on sent emails.
Samsung's promised system update for its Galaxy M series seems to have started rolling out a bit sooner than expected. Reports suggest that Galaxy M30 users have started receiving Android 9.0 updates.
Mozilla has just released Firefox 66.0.5 which further addresses issues pertaining to the extensions incident over the weekend. If you use a master password and experienced issues, this is for you.
Samsung has issued an urgent update for its Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+. The update, coming in at 6.9MB, is a "biometric security patch" for the fingerprint reader found on both devices.