Security Software

Chrome zero-day V8 vulnerability found being actively exploited

Researchers with Google’s Threat Analysis Group (TAG) and Project Zero discovered a zero-day exploit (CVE-2020-16009) last week. On Monday, Google released Chrome patch 86.0.4240.183 for Windows, macOS, and Linux that addresses the issue. The patch notes do not divulge details regarding the security hole other than saying it has to do with an “inappropriate implementation” […]


Microsoft Word for the web now lets Office 365 users record and upload audio for transcription

Microsoft Word can finally do more with your spoken words. After teasing transcription support last year, Microsoft is officially bringing the feature to Word for the web today, giving users an easy way to capture the text from their conversations. finally arrived, albeit in a limited form, as it initially supports just one language and […]


Malwarebytes’ AdwCleaner 7.4 update can detect and remove bloatware

Malwarebytes AdwCleaner 7.4, which you can download here, can get rid of adware, toolbars, Potentially Unwanted Programs (PUP), and browser hijackers from a machine. With the latest update, it now detects preinstalled software, which the company defines as “software that typically comes pre-loaded on a new computer separate from the operating system.” With AdwCleaner 7.4, […]


Microsoft’s To-Do app is now available for Mac

Microsoft has released To-Do for Mac, finally giving Apple users access to the task management tool on their desktops. The Mac app will allow users to work offline, view their upcoming tasks under “My Day,” share to-do lists with friends and colleagues and see flagged emails. The app isn’t fully integrated with Microsoft Planner yet, […]


Grammarly Review

After using a variety of online grammar checkers services for over past few month, I think Grammarly is the best one available. Compared to the competition, it isn’t as buggy or slow, and it catches more errors and offers good suggestions for fixing them. Grammarly is especially helpful if you have a pretty good handle […]


Xbox Live FREE Game

Microsoft has been on something of a roll since the start of February, dolling out some excellent free games and spoiling Xbox Live Gold subscribers to some absolute corkers, with Mortal Kombat X, Halo Wars, Crackdown 2 and many more to name but a few. For those who don’t know, back at the start of February, Microsoft […]


The Apple credit card

The Apple credit card is coming this summer and will supposedly change all of this. You sign up directly on your iPhone and get a usable digital version immediately. You can use it directly from the Wallet app of your phone, powered by Apple Pay. This is brilliant. There are no numbers printed on the […]

Apple News

Apple AirPower wireless charging

Having announced it itself during a September 2017 media event, we’ve known for ages that Apple is working on its AirPower wireless charging mat. But rumors have pointed towards it being a troubled products, with Apple’s engineers unable to get it to work in the way they had intended, with the device charging three devices […]

Guides Microsoft

Microsoft Flow Basics

Microsoft Flow automates repetitive tasks, allowing you to devote more of your time to important matters. It does this by linking different cloud-based apps, collecting data from them, synchronizing files, sending you notifications, and much more. In Microsoft Flow, automated workflows are simply referred to as “flows.” Currently, Microsoft Flow allows you to link apps […]

Apple News

New AirPods 2 launch with better battery and hands-free ‘Hey Siri’ feature

After months of speculation, Apple has launched new-and-refreshed AirPods 2 true-wireless headphones, boasting improved battery life, smart Siri assistant functionality and an optional wireless charging case. At first glance, the new AirPods 2 look very similar to the original Apple AirPods. Again, they’re completely cable-free, drawing battery from a pillbox-like charging case, with stem-like protrusions […]