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Here's a simple guide on the Twitter account deletion process. With many people leaving the platform for Mastodon, you may want to know how to tidy up behind you and shut down your Twitter account.
Microsoft is seemingly working on a model that will allow the commercialization of low-cost Windows PCs that rely on subscriptions and advertisements to upsell Microsoft's cloud services.
Google has developed a new Home app that's designed around the fact that people's smart home devices are increasing in number. It puts customizability at the heart for a tailored experience.
Meta has announced new updates that will make it easier for people to manage their Facebook and Instagram accounts and profiles. This means account switching, among others, is getting easier.
According to their objective, they are seeking to deploy a “European DNS resolver service infrastructure” that serves “public, corporate and residential internet end-users in the EU”.
Following an acquisition in 2020, Apple has decided that it is going to shut down Dark Sky's app and website by the end of 2022. The API service will reach its end of life on the same date as well.
GitHub has made it possible for users to upload videos across its platform. This offers several benefits such as making bugs easier to reproduce and giving a demo of features in development.
Proton Calendar beta is available for users of ProtonMail on the web and Android. The firm will bring the beta to iOS in the near future. Proton Calendar uses E2E encryption for added security.
Facebook rolled out dark mode for its web application a while back. Since it first debuted, the feature has been tucked away. Today's guide will help you find and enable dark mode on desktops.
Google seems to be rolling out a dark theme for Search on the desktop for a select set of users, which is showing up when using Incognito mode. It also lets users set it to adhere to the OS theme.
Microsoft today announced that it is rolling out the ability for Planner users on the web to add backgrounds to individual plans from a selection of backgrounds suggested based on the plan name.
Cross-site leaks allow unrelated web applications to share information between each other. Google has now launched a repository to collaborate with researchers and developers to tackle this problem.
Facebook has started testing dark mode for its Android app publicly, with a public rollout coming soon. The company has already rolled out dark mode for Facebook on the web and for its iOS app.
YouTube Music has expanded the Explore tab, which was released in April, to include its global YouTube Charts, letting users view the most popular music from 57 countries around the world.
Microsoft is rolling out support for Surface Duo emulation for stable Edge's developer tools. The feature was committed to Chromium last month and is available on other branches in Chrome and Edge.
All of the ProtonMail apps are now open source and have passed independent security audits. The announcement comes after Proton open sourced the Android application earlier on today.
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.
Mozilla has launched Firefox Better Web with Scroll as a Test Pilot. It will allow those in the U.S. to pay to remove ads from partner publishers' websites. Non-publishers can still display their ads.
Let's Encrypt has announced that it has issued its billionth certificate. The service first left beta in April 2016 and quickly issued 10 million and 100 million certificates to help secure the web.
Google has provided a timeline on how it plans to phase out Chrome Apps across all platforms over the next couple of years. The initial announcement of phasing out Chrome Apps was made in 2016.
A new survey published by Oxford Internet Institute has revealed that the elderly, the poor, and those with fewer academic qualifications are the least likely to be connected to the internet.
Plex has released its new UNO interface on its Web app and is rolling it out to TVs this week. The Plex iOS app will get the UI really soon and then an update for Android is planned after that.
Google has finally launched dynamic email after over a year of testing. Several firms have been working on dynamic emails and their users should begin receiving dynamic emails in the near future.
Mozilla has just released Firefox 66. In this update, users should be considerably less irritated browsing the web thanks to a few tweaks Mozilla has made to its browser including scroll anchoring.
Twitter's web interface is getting a new design that replaces the three-column layout with two columns. Other updates are also coming, though these are available only to a small set of users for now.
Google has started rolling out today the new activity cards for its Search service. It allows you to resume your previous searches and continue your exploration based on certain topics.
Google Translate for the web now looks consistent with other Google products as it has just received the company's Material Theme design. The service has also received a bunch of new updates.
Starting today, you will be able to learn more about an object within a photo in Google Images with Lens. The feature is available for everyone doing an image search on the mobile web in the U.S.
Mozilla has announced a big update to Pocket across the web and mobile. The update brings a new UI, fonts, and typography, as well as better voice playback on mobile, powered by Amazon Polly.
Eric Schmidt, Alphabet's former executive chairman, has speculated that we could see two internets emerge by 2028. He said one would be U.S.-led and the other China-led, both being quite different.
Valve has just pushed out a new update to its Steam client which brings the biggest overhaul to the friends list and chat feature in years. The new features will help Steam compete with Discord.
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At its Inspire 2018 conference today, Microsoft announced that Whiteboard for Windows 10 is now generally available. It also announced that there will be iOS, Android, and web versions coming soon.
StumbleUpon has finally closed after the content discovery platform advised users in May to transition their account to its successor, Mix. The new service is said to improve upon StumbleUpon's idea.
Gmail is quite popular and it looks like after quite some time, Google is finally ready to make some changes to the service. A new experience is arriving through the Early Adopter Program soon.
Google has rolled out a new look for its Calendar web app. The update is available now and users should see the option to upgrade. It also includes a new venue feature for G Suite users.
Google has made it possible for Chrome users to access the Allo web application. Google says that Allo for web will support more browsers in the future and it'll also be compatible with iOS.
The Vivaldi web browser has been graced with a new icon in the latest snapshot build. The square edged icon originally in use has been changed to have a 'squircle' border making it more "snazzy".
The automatic certificate authority, Let's Encrypt, has passed a huge milestone of issuing 100 million certificates. It said 58% of the internet is using HTTPS and that it's proud to have contributed.