Our beloved Notepad pulled from Microsoft Store

By | 06/12/2019

As we informed HERE, Microsoft decided to distribute Notepad via Microsoft Store, outside of Windows 10 releases. It made sense, Notepad could be updated outside Windows 10’s release cycles and Microsoft could deal with bugs more swiftly. In August 2019, Microsoft described Notepad as “well-loved text editor in Windows for over 30 years”. But now, company pulled Notepad… Read More »

Smart TV or set-top box?

By | 05/12/2019

World is changing. From linear TVs and renting movies on DVD, we moved to Internet, where we can easily download movie. We no longer buy physical mediums with music, we have streaming services like Spotify or Apple Music. We have YouTube and other video platforms. TV as main source of informations only remains in older or conservative population.… Read More »

Google will kill another of its services

By | 25/11/2019

Yes, we are talking about Cloud Print. It’s one of the oldest current services that Google offers. Google is known for killing many of its services after relative short time. I don’t think this will be applied on YouTube or Gmail, at least not in upcoming years, because these services make great financial profit and they are very… Read More »

Apple Watch saved life

By | 24/11/2019

Someone may say that smart watches are just another electronics – market is oversaturated with electronics and companies had to bring something new to sell to their customers. An another product that will spam you with notifications and forcing you to watch on your smartphones’ screens even more. But I don’t think so. What I love on smart… Read More »

News rumors about upcoming iPhones

By | 23/11/2019

Apple releases new iPhones usually on September event. iPhone SE was announced on March 2016 and since then, no updates of hardware were released. Though current iPhone SE is still powerful device thanks to its A9 SoC and iOS optimization, some updates, not limited to SoC, like better camera or faster Wi-Fi would be good. Also, Android users… Read More »

Ransomware Cyborg is masked as an update, abusing Microsoft’s e-mail

By | 22/11/2019

In short, ransomware is a malicious software, which installs itself on victim’s computer and then, or after some time to mask its presence, it begins to encrypt your files. Your files are then encrypted and unusable till you pay ransom to attackers via Bitcoin or other cryptocurrency – and sometimes, attackers won’t send decryption key to unlock your… Read More »