Twitter Finally Removes Character Limit For Embedded Photos, Videos, and Quotes

Twitter promised removing character limit for embedded content a while ago, and yesterday the promised feature finally saw the light of day. From now on, if you embed a photo, GIF, video, or any other type of content, they will not count towards the 140-character limit, which is nice. The feature began shipping to users, and… Continue reading Twitter Finally Removes Character Limit For Embedded Photos, Videos, and Quotes

Protecting Your Online Privacy – A Thorough Guide

Remember the times back when nobody thought about their privacy while browsing? The good old days before all those cookies, anonymous data collection is done by Google, Facebook, and others? The days when an adblocker combined with almost any anti-virus software guaranteed you won’t have to worry about your personal data being seen by the… Continue reading Protecting Your Online Privacy – A Thorough Guide

What Is Bluetooth – In-Depth Explanation

Bluetooth technology is used across a plethora of devices. Every single smartphone and tablet has it, most modern laptops have Bluetooth chips, and there are numerous wireless headphones that use Bluetooth as a way of receiving the signal from the master device ( a smartphone or tablet). Lately, the technology got quite popular as a… Continue reading What Is Bluetooth – In-Depth Explanation

How To Dual-Boot, Install Linux on Windows System

Dual-booting allows you to have two operating systems on one computer. It can be handy during times when the next generation of Windows gets released; with dual-booting you can still keep your good old, and stable OS on your PC, while at the same time have a new OS version. You will be able to… Continue reading How To Dual-Boot, Install Linux on Windows System

It Seems That Sites Can Track You Via Battery Level Status

Ok, most of us are familiar with some ways companies use to track us; GPS coordinates, IP address, pedometers, cookies, position of the rear-faced camera in order to find the direction we’re headed are just some of the examples how we can be tracked every minute, every second of the day. But now, researchers found… Continue reading It Seems That Sites Can Track You Via Battery Level Status

How To Backup Your Android Phone/Tablet

A relatively rudimentary backup is provided by default on Android. Your contacts, email, calendar appointments and bookmarks are all backed up automatically using Google’s services. And for most users, this is just enough. But, what if you want to install a new version of Android (like the upcoming Android 7.0 Nougat) and aren’t sure if… Continue reading How To Backup Your Android Phone/Tablet

Amazon Filed a Patent For Noise-Cancelling Headphones Capable Of Turning Off At Certain Sounds

Cocktail effect is an interesting phenomenon which all of us experience every day, but don’t really give much thought about it. It can be relatively simple to explain it; basically, it makes our auditory system able to focus on certain stimuli while at the same time it filters other stimuli. It’s called cocktail effect because… Continue reading Amazon Filed a Patent For Noise-Cancelling Headphones Capable Of Turning Off At Certain Sounds

Ultimate Android App List – June 2016

Ok, first, one apology. We’re sorry for taking us this long to make this month’s list of best new apps for Android published during the past month. We know that July is already started, but it took us a bit more time to complete the list because there were some pretty cool new apps and… Continue reading Ultimate Android App List – June 2016

Samsung Presents UFS, A New Type Of Memory Cards

SD cards have come a long way. Back in the day they were just one of a couple memory card formats used, fighting for domination with MMC and MS (Memory Stick) cards made by Sony. We all know how that fight ended. Similar to the optical storage war between Blu Ray and HD DVD, where… Continue reading Samsung Presents UFS, A New Type Of Memory Cards