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Monthly Archives: November 2017

Microsoft Edge for iOS and Android Now Available for All

Microsoft today officially launched its Edge mobile browser apps for iOS and Android, allowing anyone with an iPhone or Android device to download and install the app. This comes after an initial testing phase which saw Windows Insiders and those registered debugging the app before

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Guess What? YouTube is Getting Stories, Too

As if you didn’t already see it coming, YouTube has announced it’s currently testing a version of the popular stories feature found in apps like Snapchat, Instagram, and Facebook. But while it’ll be taking its own spin on things, it’s clear Google sees opportunity in

This White Blob in a NASA Video Could Be a UFO

So there’s another UFO rumor swirling the World Wide Web. This time, it’s in the form of a leaked NASA video of a rocket launch uploaded to YouTube by UFO Today. In the video, you’ll notice the shuttle above the Earth floating/flying around, when all

Apple Seeds tvOS 11.2 Beta 5 to Testers

Apple has released tvOS 11.2 beta 5 to those registered to test pre-release versions of the OS atop the Apple TV. This comes over a week after the fourth build was released. To install the new build on your registered Apple TV, head over to Settings >

Apple Releases iOS 11.2 Beta 5 to Testers

After taking a break for the holiday, Apple today seeded testers with the fifth build of iOS 11.2 for testing on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The beta follows the release of build 4 over a week ago. To install the new build on

Samsung’s Galaxy S8 is Now Available in Burgundy Red

Samsung’s Galaxy S9 is reportedly just around the corner, but it looks like this year’s Galaxy S8 hasn’t seen its last breath just yet. The company just announced that it’s adding Burgundy Red to the S8’s lineup of available colors, sitting alongside Midnight Black, Orchid Gray,