Author: Reethu Reymond

To secure users from online security threats, Google is reportedly enabling two-factor authentication (2FA) on Google accounts by default for users. Users who have set up 2FA will be asked to confirm the right person is signing in to an account by tapping a prompt on their phone. “At Google, keeping you safe online is our top priority, so we continuously invest in new tools and features to keep your personal information safe, including your passwords,” Mark Risher, Director of Product Management, Identity and User Security, Google, said in a blogpost. [mnky_ads id=”4560″] Once two-factor authentication is enabled, you will…

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For PUBG Mobile fans in India, there’s some good news. The game might be coming back to the market soon, though the name will be different. Krafton, the South Korean video game developer, has announced a new game for the India market called ‘Battlegrounds Mobile India’. Based on the trailer, the new battle royale game looks a lot like the original PUBG Mobile that was very popular in the country before it was banned last year in September. In a press statement, Krafton has said that the “BATTLEGROUNDS MOBILE INDIA will release with exclusive in-game events like outfits and features…

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Twitter is expanding its Clubhouse rival ‘Spaces’ to more users. Twitter users on Android and iOS with more than 600 or more followers will be able to create Spaces. In India, Twitter Spaces has been made available to all users. The expansion comes after months of testing among select users. Twitter also competes with Clubhouse which has just started beta testing its Android app. Twitter also plans to introduce new features like ‘Ticketed Spaces’, scheduling and reminders, co-hosting and more. Twitter Spaces for Everyone in India “Given the COVID-19 crisis in India and the importance of open communication at this…

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YouTube‘s search works well enough in English, but what if you want to search for English-language videos in your native tongue? Currently, if you search for terms in your local language, you’ll get results of videos made in that language. But that might soon change. According to a report from Android Police, the video streaming giant is experimenting with a feature that you search across videos in all languages, using queries in your native language. The feature automatically translates the video title and description on the search page — both on the web interface and the mobile app. This means…

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Microsoft is set to start the complete removal of the Adobe Flash from Windows 10 in this summer. The company will roll out a Windows 10 update for the “Removal of Adobe Flash Player,” which would permanently remove Flash as a part of the operating system. Adobe’s Flash Player was released in 1996 and was one of the most popular online technologies until its rivals like HTML5 became famous, but suffered from security bugs and poor performance. Adobe flash In October 2020, Microsoft allowed selected users to remove Flash from supported versions of Windows by providing patches. This is an…

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YouTube channels can now change their name without it impacting their Google account. YouTube creators are finally getting a highly requested new feature. It’s now easy to change your YouTube channel name and profile picture to better reflect your content — without updating the name and photo associated with your Google account. It’s now possible for YouTube creators to change the name of their channel without changing the name on their Google account. Creators can change both their channel name and photo and the changes will only be applied on YouTube. Previously, in order for a YouTube creator to change…

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The Google Play Store has almost one million different games that can be downloaded to compatible smartphones and tablets. This catalogue has grown to such an enormous proportion that Google had to separate games from other apps back in 2016. At the time of writing, some of the “top free” titles include Among Us, Roblox, and Sushi Roll 3D, while Candy Crush Saga, Clash of Clans, and Homescapes lead the list of “top grossing” games. 1. Pac-Man Pac-Man is perhaps one of the most popular games ever made. Most adults and children can still remember the munching sound of Pac-Man…

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An awesome new feature appeared in iOS 11 that lets you easily share your Wi-Fi password to anyone else with iOS 11 or higher just by tapping “Share Password” on your iPhone when they try to connect to the same network. However, if your friend is using Android or another mobile OS, this feature doesn’t help at all — but there’s still an easier way than dealing with long, complicated passwords. With a simple app, you can make a QR code that your guests can scan with their smartphone to connect to your Wi-Fi network. The whole process is automatic…

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Windows 10 beta testers will also see some quality-of-life improvements. Microsoft recently introduced a new version of the Eco mode to improve battery life and reduce CPU thermal throttling. So, let’s find out how to enable Eco mode in Windows 10 without any delay. So if your computer has been lagging or slowing down recently, this feature will definitely help you. Today, we Are going to Share a little bit of knowledge about “How to Enable Eco Mode for Apps on Windows 10”. Eco mode will lower process priority and improve power efficiency but may cause instability for certain processes.…

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That question was asked — implicitly and explicitly — over and over on the third day of Epic v. Apple testimony. The antitrust trial started on Monday with some heady pronunciations about Fortnite, the game and/or metaverse at the heart of the case. Yesterday, both sides argued about whether iPhones and iPads were truly locked down. And today, Apple and Epic delved into one of the biggest questions of the trial: whether saying iOS violates antitrust law would make every major game console an unlawful monopoly too. Apple lawyers issued a disastrous warning to Sony, Nintendo and Microsoft during its…

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