A woman shared that she was once stood up by a bloke she met on Tinder but she got the best revenge. TikToker Stine said that every now and again she will still message him asking if he’s on his way. She explained her tactic in a hilarious video uploaded to her account. She said: “Thinking about how I got stood up by a Tinder date a year ago and I still snap him every now and again saying ‘hey are you on your way?” The influencer added: “The best part is he just plays along and is like ‘yeah sorry I’m running late I’ll be...
A T-Mobile carrier-related issue appears to be plaguing iPhone users, causing phone numbers to deactivate. There are two simple fixes for this issue, for now.
Your iPhone may be susceptible to threats even when powered off, researchers at Germany's Technical University of Darmstadt have found. When the iPhone is turned off, most wireless chips, including Bluetooth, Near Field Communication (NFC), and Ultra-wideband (UWB), keep running for up to 24 hours. This way, the phone still remains locatable via the Find My network and you are still able to access items like credit cards, student passes, and digital keys.
There are times when you may want to record a phone call on the iPhone, this can be done legally with the consent of both parties. You should not record a call on your phone without the other person’s consent. If you record a telephone call without the other...
Some iPhone users are reporting an iMessage deactivation issue on their iPhone, the issue appears to be affecting iPhone owners on T-Mobile. The issue was reported by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman on Twitter and you can see more information about the issue below. There is a very nasty iPhone and...
What's better than a great phone deal? A free phone! For a limited time, you can get a free 5G from Verizon. Choose from the top-rated smartphones like the iPhone SE 3rd Gen, iPhone 12, Galaxy S20 FE, and more. As part of Verizon's promotion, you can get Apple's $429...
The latest iOS update from Apple has arrived. After a developer beta phase, iOS 15.5 is now publicly available to download on your iPhone (here's what you should know before installing iOS 15.5 on your phone). The operating system didn't change too much from iOS 15.4, but it does bring some small upgrades and improvements to apps that lay the groundwork for larger iPhone updates in the future (maybe in the form of iOS 16). Instead of bigger new features like Universal Control, iOS 15.5 offers updates to Apple Cash, Photo Memories and the podcasts app, to name a few.
A nasty bug has been going around affecting iPhone users that can cause the iMessage and FaceTime apps to randomly deactivate with no way to turn them back on. The news comes from various Twitter users including prominent Apple leaker and Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman, all of whom detailed their experience with this bug. So far, this problem is limited to users on the T-Mobile and Verizon networks. That may seem like good news at first if the problem is limited to just two networks.
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The Republican leader in the U.S. House of Representatives, Kevin McCarthy, isn't happy about a deal that would have offered staffers a membership for an app that provides access to thousands of streaming exercise classes. The House Center for Well-Being hoped to provide Peloton All-Access and Peloton App memberships to...
Canada is planning to ban Huawei from participating in the country's 5G wireless networks over concerns that the company could take advantage of access for espionage. The government of Canada announced on Thursday that it planned to ban Huawei, a Chinese electronics manufacturer and telecommunications company, from the use of Canadian fifth-generation (5G) cell phone networks due to concerns that the company could take advantage of access for espionage within the country.
The OnePlus 10 Pro is turning heads with its brave new design, top-tier specifications, and upgraded camera hardware. Samsung, on the other hand, has armed the Galaxy S22 with a bigger primary camera without paying much attention to its outer garb. The OnePlus offering wants to make a splash as the company’s best phone on the market, while the Galaxy S22 is Samsung’s entry-level flagship, with far modest camera hardware compared to its Ultra sibling. But they are both similarly priced. Wondering how the two would fare in a camera shootout? Read on to find out.
Some hardwares still function even if your iPhone is turned off. DEPOSIT PHOTOSWhen an iPhone dies, it still works a little. Researchers think this feature could be exploited.
Android is owned by Google, so most of its built-in apps are from Google. However, the Android OS is open source and is pretty adaptive to customizations. This adaptability allows you to modify your Android device the way you want. If you are a die-hard Microsoft user or simply bored with the traditional Google or manufacturer-skinned Android, it is quite easy to replace your phone’s default look and apps with Microsoft alternatives. Let's take a look.
Best answer: Google Play Protect is the collective name for Google's online and offline security components that make sure the apps on your phone are safe and secure no matter where you downloaded them. Google Play Protect does more than scan for malware. Most people who have heard of Google...
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