USB-IF and the future of Fast Charging

USB has too many logos and certificates which only ends up confusing people, including myself because there not only different certificates there also different cable types. Too many confusion USB 3.0 is USB 3.1 Gen1 and is is called 'USB SuperSpeed' while USB 3.1 is USB 3.1 Gen2 and is called 'SuperSpeed+ 10 Gbps'. There... Continue Reading →

Critical hole in uTorrent lets Hackers Control your PC Remotely

uTorrent, meh! It was once the best torrent program and went to shit because the greed of their developers and wrong decisions to integrate ads into their program just to make some money, now you get what you deserve! The latest uTorrent software has a bug that lets hackers control your PC remotely, the report... Continue Reading →

Cellebrite unlocks any Android or iOS Device

Cellebrite claims in their own PDF that they have now the technology needed to unlock any iPhone which includes the new iPhone 8 as well as Andriod phones, there is no list given but every phone could be affected (theoretically). FBI/CIA interested FBI has recently noted that many investigations were hindered due to the fact that... Continue Reading →

PS5 release date rumours – The road so far

Is Sony already working on a PS5? Almost certainly, and there are plenty of rumours circulating about the mystery console. Possible Specs Sony is a major purveyor of 4K Blu-ray discs, which means 4K is already a 'must'. 8K is already knocking on the door and it maybe even supports at least video-playback in 8K with... Continue Reading →

Hardware prices, especially graphic cards getting even more expensive this year

Massdrop reports that the prices exploding, the problem is still crypt-mining and the memory shortage. The bad news here is that there is no end in sight. There is a couple of reason why there is a shortage and also such a high demand of cards. First the shortage. All new cell phones coming out... Continue Reading →

Qualcomm 5G Test can handle 8K 120 FPS video stream

5G will change a lot, the mobile speed gets so fast that we are able to stream 8K videos in 120 FPS without any problems, the only requirements are a compatible smartphone (with a powerful enough chip in it) and of course a provider with 5G. First Test showed at Mobile World Congress 2018 Qualcomm decided... Continue Reading →

Android Pay gets replaced by Google Pay

Android Pay is not officially dead and will be replaced by Google Pay. The new app makes it easy for us users to see recent purchases, find nearby stores, and access rewards. Google Chrome support is already in the works, don't ask me about other Browsers but I assume you get some add-ons or in-Browser method.... Continue Reading →

Lemme Fix: IDM isn’t showning the download panel on YouTube

Internet Download Manager is the best commercial solution to download video, audio or other files and it's trusted by a lot of customers around the globe, but sometimes it has for some people problems to download things from YouTube. This has something to do how IDM is configured and in this quick 'lemme fix' I... Continue Reading →

LineageOS 15.1 is rolling out

LineageOS 15.1 (Android Oreo) brings a lot of new changes and some devices might getting the update while others don't this more because of driver changes rather than a software problem. Styles You can now style some aspects of your device by selecting a custom accent color and by choosing between a light or dark interface.... Continue Reading →

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