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  • Google Releases Additional April Security Update to Address Pixel Cellular ProblemsGoogle Releases Additional April Security Update to Address Pixel Cellular Problems
    Google is said to be releasing another OTA update for some Pixel users due to issues with the first patch in April. 9to5Google reports that the company has begun distributing a second April patch for the Pixel 8 and Pixel 7 series, as well as the Pixel Fold. Users had… Read more »
  • Pixel 8a Revealed in Fresh Real-Life Image Flaunting Bold Blue and Green HuesPixel 8a Revealed in Fresh Real-Life Image Flaunting Bold Blue and Green Hues
    New live leaks of the Pixel 8a have shown the phone in vibrant blue and green colors for the first time. Similar to previous Pixels, the 8a is now appearing at international stores, leading to in-person leaks. Today’s live leak of the Pixel 8a reveals the blue and green versions,… Read more »
  • Sources Claim Sony Is Considering Xbox Release for Helldivers 2Sources Claim Sony Is Considering Xbox Release for Helldivers 2
    Helldivers 2 has been available for over two months and has maintained a steady number of players. It has a committed community supporting this expansive live service game. It is noteworthy that the game is not available on Xbox platforms, only on PC and PlayStation 5. However, this could change… Read more »
  • Four Facts About Online BettingFour Facts About Online Betting
    If there had ever been an era where the casino industry was thriving, it would be now. Thanks to technological advancements, you no longer have to visit land-based casinos. Online betting has enabled many enthusiasts to wager from wherever they are.  Whether you are a seasoned player or are looking… Read more »
  • Google’s Circle to Search: Uncovering New Features Beyond Web BrowsingGoogle’s Circle to Search: Uncovering New Features Beyond Web Browsing
    Circle to Search is simple to use. You draw a circle around something on your phone screen and press a button. Then, you receive many Google search results about the item you circled. It’s similar to Google Lens, but instead of identifying real-world objects, it searches for things on your… Read more »
  • No Censorship for Stellar Blade in Any Region
    Stellar Blade will be available without any censorship worldwide, including in Japan. This was confirmed today through the game’s official X social media account. “Stellar Blade offers the same uncensored version in all countries, including the Japanese version,” The tweet was posted in both English and Japanese. It included a… Read more »
  • Google Maps Enhances Features with EV Charger Locations and Intelligent SummariesGoogle Maps Enhances Features with EV Charger Locations and Intelligent Summaries
    If you own an electric vehicle other than a Tesla, you may feel anxious about finding a charger when you travel. Currently, no shopping areas guarantee the availability of EV chargers. However, Google Maps is responding by adding new features. These updates will help EV drivers find charger locations and… Read more »
  • Exploring the Benefits of Installing Hybrid FlooringExploring the Benefits of Installing Hybrid Flooring
    Are you considering new flooring for your home? The selection may seem overwhelming, with varieties from hardwood to carpet, ceramic tile, to luxury vinyl. However, there is a modern choice that brings together the best qualities of its counterparts- hybrid flooring. Understanding your options and the benefits each type of… Read more »
  • Twitch to Roll Out TikTok-like Feed to All Users This MonthTwitch to Roll Out TikTok-like Feed to All Users This Month
    Twitch’s updated discovery feature enables you to scroll through live broadcasts and video clips. Twitch revealed in a livestream on Wednesday that after almost a year of trials, its TikTok-like discovery feed will be available to everyone later this month. This new feature allows users to browse through specific feeds… Read more »
  • Europe Welcomes AltStore PAL: The New Third-Party iPhone App StoreEurope Welcomes AltStore PAL: The New Third-Party iPhone App Store
    The app marketplace charges €1.50 annually, with additional tax. It starts with a free Nintendo emulator named Delta and a clipboard manager called Clip. AltStore PAL, a third-party iOS app store, is now available in the European Union. This launch follows Apple’s adherence to the Digital Markets Act (DMA) after… Read more »

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