EmojiWorks now has a physical emoji keyboard with Apple’s designs

The obsession of the Internet with emojis cannot be overstated. Most people use emojis every single day on their phones and their desktops, they draw new ones all the time, adapt ones from other countries and even try to promote diversity with emojis for people of all races and...

Google’s Inbox will soon craft smart replies on your behalf

Google’s Inbox email client is already a neat app that serves emails in a unique way and the company is always trying to find more features that traditional email services lack, either due to design choices or because such features do not match their target market. The latest such...

The modular PuzzlePhone returns with a crowdfunding campaign

The PuzzlePhone, one of the best attempts at consumer-level modular smartphones we have seen yet, is attempting to get out of the concept stage and into actual production with a newly launched campaign on Indiegogo We first witnessed the device last year and the company behind it has certainly worked...

The ‘Rufus Cuff’ wants to end the smartwatch era by strapping a phone to your wrist

In a time where most manufacturers design their products to be elegant, thin and unobtrusive, someone has just launched a new wearable devices that looks like a small smartphone that straps onto your wrist. The bulky “Rufus Cuff”, which finished its Indiegogo campaign in 2014, is now available for pre-orders...

Windows 7 PCs will not be sold after October 31, 2016

Windows 10 has already been installed by a considerable amount of people but Microsoft wants to increase those numbers by a lot more. One of the proverbial thorns in Microsoft’s backside is Windows 7, an operating system that has proven to be a bit too successful as users do...

Vivaldi Browser moves to beta after 2M early downloads

Vivaldi, the browser launched earlier this year by Opera’s former CEO Jon von Tetzchner, has just entered its first beta phase. Information about Vivaldi Browser slowed down a bit during the alpha stages but von Tetzchner also revealed that the application has been downloaded more than 2 million times during...

The $49 HUDWAY turns your smartphone into a heads-up display for your card

One of the areas that smart/connected devices have been making a lot of progress is the car. Major companies like Google and Apple have worked their own in-car systems that new vehicles can apply as information centers and multiple smaller companies are making their own gadgets that aim to...

Next-gen antivirus systems will not rely on updates to detect all new threats

Cybersecurity solutions and their malicious counterparts are always at a constant battle and some may say that the good guys are not on the winning side this time. Malware is constantly created and distributed across the web and protection programs are constantly on the lookout for new threats with...

You can now create Windows 10 apps without writing any code

The Windows Store is not a great app marketplace by any stretch of the imagination, a fact that Microsoft is painfully aware of. With the introduction of Windows 10 and its “all in one” strategy, the company is trying to breathe new life into the Store so that it...

Google will merge Android and Chrome OS

Chrome OS, the operating system that revolves around cloud services such as Google Apps, and Android, the mobile OS that currently rules very comfortably as far as market share is concerned, will be combined into one according to a new report by WSJ. Further tech publications have since confirmed...

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How to open or save as WebP image files in Photoshop

As we discussed before, WebP is Google's modern format for lossy and lossless image compressions. It is basically aimed at replacing JPEG, PNG and GIF...

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How To: Add subtitles to Windows Media Player

Since loads of people refuse to abandon Windows Media Player but are still having problems with their subtitles, I figured I would make this guide...