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How-To: Watch Today’s Apple iPad Pro and Mac Event

As if you thought the October 2018 tech season would be over any time soon, Apple today is hosting an event in Brooklyn, New York, where the company will take the wraps off its new iPad Pro and Mac models. Specifically, we’re expecting new iPad


How-To: Watch Apple’s WWDC 2018 Keynote

Apple is scheduled to hold its annual WWDC keynote today for 2018 at the San Jose Convention Center in California. The company is expected to unveil new iterations of all its major software platforms, including iOS 12, watchOS 5, macOS 10.14, and tvOS 12. While

How-To: Watch Today’s Google I/O 2018 Keynote

Google is holding its keynote for the 2018 I/O developers conference today at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California. The company is expected to talk more about the next version of Android (currently known as Android P), its artificial intelligence efforts, the Google Assistant, Daydream

How-To: Tweet 280 Characters on Twitter Right Now

Yesterday, Twitter announced a global test to allow users to send up to 280 characters in a single tweet, two times more than what was previously offered. While the update isn’t rolling out to all Twitter users, there is a way for users interested in

How-To: Customize Control Center in iOS 11

Apple’s iOS 11 is rolling out to everyone starting today, and one of the biggest visual changes in the OS update is the Control Center. Rather having multiple pages to manage like in iOS 10, iOS 11 groups all of Control Center’s toggles into one,

How-To: Follow Matridox on Social Media

We just refreshed our entire brand, from our name to our new website which looks really newsy. That means our social media channels have also adopted a suite of changes, including new icons and headers. Oh, and new usernames you should probably be aware of.

YouTube Has a Secret Dark Mode – Here’s How to Activate It

Users of Google’s multiple platforms are naturally fans of dark themes. Whether it’s Android or other services, a dark mode is always welcome. So a dark mode for the company’s biggest media streaming platform is probably a good idea. As discovered on Reddit, Google’s YouTube