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Instagram Stories are a great way to share candid moments. I often use that format to show off what songs I’m listening to, or share a picture that might not be “feed worthy”. Currently, if you use Instagram’s Story camera tool, you have to take a photo, apply effects, and post it immediately. The app will […]

Google says it’s resolved an issue that was causing Gmail and other Android apps to crash for some people on Monday. The problem apparently stemmed from a bug in a previous version of Android System WebView, a system component that lets Android apps display web content. To fix the issue, the tech giant said people should head […]

Steve Jobs’ handwritten job application from 1973 was sold at an auction for GBP 162,000 (roughly Rs. 1.6 crores). The auction was conducted by Charterfields in the UK. The bidding started on February 24 and was closed on March 24. The single-page handwritten job application is supposedly one of the first ones Jobs filed after […]

How does one fairly review Zack Snyder’s Justice League? That’s the question I’ve been asking since watching director Zack Snyder’s four-hour revision of the 2017 superhero film that’s become about as polarizing a project as Hollywood can deliver. Should a review compare it to the original version of the film, which was (by most reports) heavily […]

Intel’s 11th-gen Rocket Lake-S chips are finally crossing the finish line as the latest desktop chips finally go on sale starting March 18. This includes the entire lineup of Core i9, Core i7, Core i5, and Core i3 processors, as well as the typical variants, such as overclockable configurations (K-series), those without integrated graphics (F-series), and small […]

Apple has added a new feature to Apple Maps that shows where you can get a COVID-19 vaccination. The feature is powered by data from VaccineFinder, an online service developed by Boston Children’s Hospital that offers the latest vaccine availability information at providers and pharmacies throughout the U.S. You can find nearby COVID-19 vaccination locations […]

TikTok will soon make personalized ads mandatory, meaning you’ll start getting ads in the app based on the kind of content you engage with, whether you want them or not. The app currently has a setting that allows users to choose whether they’ll be served ads based on their activity within the app. “Starting April […]

Windows 10’s Virtual Desktops are an underappreciated power-user feature, giving you a way to group windows into their own spaces for more powerful multitasking. Now, Microsoft is adding custom desktop backgrounds, letting you give each desktop a unique wallpaper. This change is part of Windows 10 Insider build 21337, which was released on March 17, 2021. […]

The next release of Android 12 is here with Developer Preview 2 (DP2) rolling out to Pixel phones today. It follows the DP1.1 patch released at the start of this month, and offers a number of new features for developers to use in their apps. Like the first release, DP2 is still within the “priority window” for […]

Founded in February 2020 by a third year computer science student at the University of Jos and a software developer, Seth Michael, UnifiedCamp is an online interactive and educative platform, specifically created for students’ use. This platform provides free school resources such as e-books, forums for interactions (questions and answers), and tutorial videos. It does […]