Dark modes are things that not all apps support but if we had our way, they absolutely would, and now it appears that macOS 10.14 as a whole may have a dark mode of its own when it is announced during the June 4th WWDC event.



The end of the working week is here but that doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s the end of the product-based savings. As is always the case at this time of the day, come rain or fall, we are presenting yet another set of technology deals for your consideration.




PUBG Mobile 0.4.0 on iOS possible release date, and reason as to why it hasn’t yet been pushed to the iOS App Store may have been revealed. Here’s what you need to know.



Amazon has launched a new platform to make creating skills for Amazon Alexa much easier, and it’s called Skill Blueprints. Here’s how it works.



This 6-in-1 iPhone X, 8 Plus, 7 Plus lens case is probably the slickest mobile camera accessory we have come across.



According to a new rumor, Apple is looking to push out a new iPhone SE (sometimes referred to as iPhone SE 2) model into the market as early as May which would more than likely keep the same overall form factor.




Well, it seems like Google is planning to replace Allo with iMessage-like standard for SMS called “Chat” on Android but with no end-to-end encryption.



Apparently, iOS 12 will be compatible to work with 2013-released iPhone 5s model. Here are the details on it.



Trustjacking iOS vulnerability, here’s what every iPhone and iPad user must know and do about it to make sure their devices are secured.



PUBG Mobile 0.5.3 APK update for Android, iOS in China complete with patch notes has been released with support for HDR, WQHD+ resolution, and more. Here are the details.



Apple CEO Tim Cook is still against the idea of merging the Mac and iPad to create one software and hardware experience and he explains why in a new interview.



Apple has a new iPhone disassembly robot to share, this time named Daisy, with Apple claiming that it is “the most efficient way to reclaim more of the valuable materials stored in iPhone.”



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