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Apple launches iPhone 13 with camera, chip and screen upgrades; local prices start from RM3,399 and pre-orders from Oct 1
Apple Inc unveiled a new line of iPhones at a wide-ranging product event on Sept 14, looking to entice consumers with improvements to the camera and processor in lieu of major design changes.
While the majority of Android phone users might upgrade to new handsets after three or four years of use, there are some people who like to use them till the devices actually die. If you are one of those old Android users, the end of road is finally here.
Here’s a quick guide to understanding cookies and the sorts of pop-ups you might encounter, as well as what to do when you see one.
It will now be possible to view PDF files, images or Microsoft Office documents offline from Google Drive.
Google and Microsoft have both been racing to place their search engines as default on both iOS and macOS and the competition is heating up.
The key to protecting your privacy is to know which cookies to avoid – and how.
Court documents revealed that Apple attempted to hire Google Search Chief Ben Gomes, hinting at an attempt to develop its own search capabilities.
PETALING JAYA: Star Media Group Bhd (SMG) is partnering with the AirAsia Super App to bring extra perks and benefits to new members of The Star Digital Access.
At the end of a long day of video calls and Slack messages, workers unable or unwilling to meet up at the bar can mouse over to another tab for some virtual socialisation on apps such as Discord and Clubhouse. Think of it as Zoom: After Hours.
A senior US Federal Trade Commission official is criticising Facebook’s move to shut down the personal accounts of two academic researchers and terminate their probe into misinformation spread through political ads on the social network.