Google Chrome

Google Chrome team rolls back the update that muted many web games

Automating muting for Web Audio has been delayed until Chrome 70 in October. With the release of Chrome 66 last month, the browser began automatically muting sound on videos by default. The only problem is that this tweak silenced a number of web games and art projects, which weren’t built for the new feature. Now […]

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5G specification

The first real 5G specification has officially approved

Network Carriers and chip manufacturers can now develop 5G hardware. The network carriers like Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT&T, are pushing for the implementation of 5G by 2019. However, despite the flurry of 5G pilot announcements and spectrum purchases. None of them actually know what they will be working with. But, that is about to change, […]

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Google Inbox has a new unsubscribe card that remind you unread promo emails

When you want to clean something up, the last thing you should do is ignore it, at the most of time. Messes have a habit of multiplying when they are out of sight. Check your email one week after the vacation and you will see precisely how inattention can cause a problem bigger. But now, […]

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Facebook Snooze button

Facebook adds a new snooze button can mute friends for 30 days

Facebook snooze button Facebook is a sad truth: many of us follow people that annoy us pretty frequently. Rather than going through the social pain of un-friending someone. However, Facebook has given the option to stay friends with someone but mute all of their posts in your News Feed. Now Facebook is rolling out a […]

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Ookla Speed Test

Speedtest shows global internet speeds increased more than 30 % in 2017

While Google and Netflix both own new speed tests on offer. Ookla’s Speedtest is still the grandaddy of them all. Last August. It started the Speedtest Global Index, a tool that surfaces internet speeds around the world. Helping you see how your country or region measures up. Speedtest is improving its approach with the introduction […]

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Aluminum foil

Improve your WiFi signal with Aluminum foil actually, it can

If you have ever thought of resorting to aluminum foil to redirect your home’s poor WiFi signal, it turns out you are not really that far off the mark. EurekAlert reported these days that researchers at Dartmouth College have discovered that 3D printed signal reflectors, consisting of a thin layer of metal and plastic, will […]

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Samsung Internet

Samsung’s Internet browser gets an ad-tracking blocker and now available for all Android phones

Samsung’s browser is currently available on all android phones running android 5.0 and above. within the same update, Samsung internet is also getting a inbuilt ad-tracking blocker. Users on other android devices will find the Samsung internet app in the Play Store or Galaxy Apps store. Previously, Samsung internet was only available on Samsung devices […]

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