Better protection against spam messages?
WhatsApp is working on a better spam filter
Spam messages on WhatsApp are commonplace. But that could soon be over, because apparently the WhatsApp developers are working on a better spam filter for the messenger app. Read on to find out more details and when the new feature will be live.
Find true love online?
Tips for finding a partner in the virtual world
Have you already found true love? Or are you still looking? Where are you looking for your it? At a café, at a nightclub, at the local pub or at work? Even in the virtual world, you can find your partner for life – if you follow a few tips.
Upgrade to Windows 10 required soon?
Windows 7 support will end in 2020
Support for Windows 7 will end in 2020. Will upgrading to Windows 10 become mandatory soon? New compulsory compatibility updates for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1. could indicate that this could be the case. Find out what’s happening with the new mandatory updates for older versions of Windows here.
in Mobile Phone & Tablet
Firefox for iOS gets its own password manager
Password managers are a useful tool to provide more security on PCs and Smartphones. Firefox Lockbox, Mozilla’s password manager finally comes to the UK . We will tell you all about the new Mozilla app and whether it’s worth your while downloading the Lockbox.
Pixel XL: fast charge function broken? Android Bug Causes Loading Error with Android Pie
Smartphones need to be charged every day or maybe two days at the very least. If you use it more, then it will be more often. A fast charge function is very useful so that you can be about your business quickly again. But – this feature does not work anymore with the Google Pixel […]
Disable in-app purchases
Freemium model is popular with games
Do you have apps on your smartphone where you are offered in-app purchases over and over again, especially to get ahead in games? In-app purchases can be really annoying. We’ll show you how to disable in-app purchases.
in Hardware & Software
Voice input for the Firefox?
Mozilla is working on browsers with speech recognition
We are talking to more and more devices thanks to language assistants like Alexa, Siri or Google Assistant. But in the future we may simply talk with our browser. Apparently Mozilla is working on a new browser which responds to speech input – Project Scout. Find out more about Project Scout with us.
Extended support for Skype Classic
Microsoft responds to user protests
Skype 8 has been available since mid-July 2018 and will replace Skype 7 – also known as Skype Classic. The support for the old Skype version should actually be discontinued in early September. But there have been many user protests and now Microsoft have responded to them. Find out what it is all about and […]
Firefox 63 improves tracking protection
More privacy thanks to the new content blocker?
Data security and privacy protection have always been a top priority at Mozilla. Firefox 63 is about to give it a new content blocker, which significantly improves the existing tracking protection. Read on to find out more details and when Firefox 63 will be available.