There’s a lot of great content in the Apple TV app, and Apple wants to help you discover it by offering notifications for new content. If you find this less than helpful, iOS lets you modify (or disable) these notifications. A lot of TV notifications you receive aren’t even for content you’ll be able to … Read more How to Disable Apple TV Notifications on iPhone and iPad
Yesterday, Microsoft announced a bombshell: Developers would soon be allowed to add full native win32 games to the Microsoft Store. Since the release of Windows 8, Microsoft has pushed Universal Windows Platform apps as the future, but with this latest shift in strategy, it’s hard to see any future for UWP. For those of you … Read more Daily News Roundup: Universal Windows Platform (UWP) Apps Are Seemingly on Life Support
A Non-Functioning Gargoyle Is Known As What? A Grotesque A Rook A Ninny A Gargilly Think you know the answer?
Amazon Amazon is rolling out new privacy features today for Alexa. In addition to an educational “privacy hub,” the company lets you delete your stored recordings by voice. But it’s off by default; you’ll need to flip a switch. Every time you use Alexa’s wake word, it sends off your voice to Amazon’s servers. Amazon … Read more How to Delete Your Alexa Recordings by Voice
PowerPoint can pop up an image when you hover your pointer over a thumbnail image. This lets you keep a nice, clean slide, but also show your audience more information when you want to. How to Pop Up a Bigger Image When You Hover Over a Thumbnail In this example, we have four thumbnail images, … Read more How to Create a Pop-Up in PowerPoint
Yesterday, the internet went wild when Dell published specs for its latest laptop that included a reference to a new Windows 10 version: “Windows 10 Home Ultra.” ZDNet, Thurrott (premium content), and Forbes were quick to report, dissect, and offer up possibilities, but it wasn’t long before Microsoft put out an official statement: “There is no … Read more Daily News Roundup: Microsoft Hints at a New “Modern OS”
Denys Prykhodov/Shutterstock Want to protect your iPad and even make it more pleasant to draw on? We’ve rounded up the best screen protectors for everyone, including artists, to help keep your favorite tablet safe and sound. Depending on how you use your iPad, there are a few different things you should look for when choosing … Read more The Best Screen Protectors for iPads
In Your Average School Class There Is A 50% Chance Two People Share What? Great-Great-Great Cousins Ear Wax Type Blood Type A Birthday Think you know the answer?
Huawei is in a tough position. Google pulled its Android vendor license, Intel, Qualcomm, and ARM refuse to work with the company, Microsoft pulled its laptop and cloud offerings, and now the mobile company finds itself ejected from the SD and Wi-Fi standards associations. If you want to make a product that uses SD cards, … Read more Daily News Roundup: Huawei Kicked From SD and Wi-Fi Standards Groups
In The 1960s, RCA Invented A Record That Could Play? Via Laser Beam 24 Hours of Audio Video Recordings With Perfect Fidelity Think you know the answer?
Microsoft, Google It’s Memorial Day, and the deals are just as good as you’d expect. These deals range from a $265 Nintendo Switch console to a $140 pair of AirPods, but as always, we have a few favorites. Right now, you can grab an Xbox One S with Sunset Overdrive and Titanfall for just $180. … Read more Daily Deals: A $180 Xbox One S Bundle, a $58 Pair of Google Home Minis, a $674 Surface Pro 6, and More
Which Color Name Was Introduced To The English Language Via Plant? Orange Plum Eggplant Mustard Think you know the answer?