Windows 10 build 19624 with ARM64 VHDX is now available

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Microsoft introduced Hyper-V support for ARM64 PCs in February, something that was one of the key limitations at the time of Windows on ARM’s launch. The only problem was that there was no way to spin up a Windows 10 virtual machine, because Microsoft doesn’t make ARM64 images available. Now, that’s changing, at least for […]

Windows Hello can now make payments in Google Chrome

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Google has added support for payments via Windows Hello. While Google already supports Web Authentication API, the new feature will allow users to authenticate purchases via Windows Hello. The feature aims to replace the use of CVC numbers usually found on the back of cards. By enabling the feature users can use fingerprint or face […]

Microsoft Edge 83 is rolling out

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Microsoft has begun rolling out version 83 of the Chromium-based Edge browsers to users in the stable channel. This follows last month’s release of version 81, as Microsoft decided to skip over version 82 because of the coronavirus pandemic. Version 83 includes a few major improvements: Starting with the ability to sync extensions across devices […]

ASUS unveils new video conferencing hardware for Google Meet meetings

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ASUS introduced today a new hardware product built specifically for holding Google Meet video conferences. The offering includes three bundles, each with different capabilities in terms of the number of participants that can join a meeting at a time. Each hardware kit features: The ASUS – Google Meet Compute System as its hub, powered by […]

Apple releases iOS and iPadOS 13.5 GM seeds, watchOS 6.2.5

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Apple is releasing GM seeds for iOS 13.5, iPadOS 13.5, and tvOS 13.4.5, meaning that these builds are likely going to be the same ones that go out to the general public. Also, watchOS 6.2.5 has skipped right over the GM phase and is now available to everyone. iOS and iPadOS 13.5 were originally called […]

Microsoft Teams adds support for 3×3 grid

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Microsoft announced the Teams collaboration app three years ago to compete with Slack and it has come a long way since the launch. Recently, the tech giant announced a few new features for Teams to go head-to-head against other collaborative and meeting apps like Slack and Google Meet. Today, Microsoft has officially announced the availability […]

OnePlus set to unveil a truly wireless earbuds in July

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In the recent time, OnePlus has shown interest in truly wireless earbuds. A new leak suggests the company may soon unveil a pair of wireless earbuds featuring a design similar to that of Apple’s AirPods. It would be interesting to see how OnePlus’ rumored earbuds will stack against the AirPods when it comes to hardware […]

Apple confirms acquisition of NextVR

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Apple was first reported last month to be in talks to buy NextVR, a California-based provider of virtual reality events. Today, the tech giant confirmed the acquisition (via CNBC). Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but a recent report claimed the acquisition may cost Apple approximately $100 million. It’s not clear what Apple plans […]

Reliance Jio Launches 3GB/Day Plan

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With demand for mobile data from the current situation in India because of COVID 19 situation, the nation’s largest mobile service provider Reliance Jio has announced a 3GB per day plan with 84-day validity. Priced at Rs. 999, the ‘Work From Home plan’ offers unlimited free on-net voice calls and 3,000 minutes of off-net calls […]

Vivo X50 5G set to Launch in China on June 1

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Chinese smartphone giant Vivo has made an official announcement of launching ‘Vivo X50 5G’ on Vivo’s official Weibo handle. As the name suggests, the device will come with support for 5G connectivity. Vivo X50 teaser video posted on Weibo suggests that The device will pack noteworthy cameras with support for stabilization better than OIS. Rather […]