Following a slump in sales, Apple has hinted at a possible reduction in the price of its iPhone. With a 15% fall in revenue for these devices during its latest financial quarter, the company may be making a move to appear more competitive.
It’s not very often that Google fails in a new business initiative but Google+ has been one notable exception. Now the company is preparing to close its failing social media network on 2nd April with all profiles and pages due for deletion on that day.
Samsung’s Galaxy S10 will be one of the first smartphones to support the faster Wi-Fi speeds offered by Wi-Fi 6. Regulatory filings from Samsung, reported by Droid Life, reveal that three models of the upcoming phone will include support for the brand-new Wi-Fi standard.
The spate of hacking attempts shows no abatement and 2019 has revealed a startling increase in attacks on online identities, particularly aimed at Office 365 users. Some of the phishing attacks, where the hacker tries to trick you into divulging your password and other sensitive data, are crude and easily identifiable. However, recent Office 365 scams, with emails purporting to come from Microsoft requiring you to sign in to your Office 365 account, look legitimate, with the language, style and logos you would expect to find on an official Microsoft email. Suffice it to say, the most complex password in the world won’t protect you when you have essentially handed it over in one of these attacks.
Microsoft OneNote is one of the best kept secrets of the Office productivity suite. Think of it as a digital version of your old-fashioned notebook. This application allows you to capture notes on a range of digital devices and keep them organised.