Monday, March 2, 2020

#TRENDING10 - Top 10 Tech News / Trends of the Week #9

What's trending in Tech? Discover what's hot in technology in the previous week. Need to stay abreast of all the breaking news and inventions in the field of technology? Don't worry we've got you covered. In case you missed last week's edition here is a recap.


#TRENDING10 - Top 10 Tech News / Trends of the Week #9

PS Plus free games March 2020 announced!


`PS Plus Games For March 2020

It's that time of the month again and Sony has revealed the free games for PlayStation Plus subscribers for March 2020. This month's version is still available for Download until the 2nd of March -- Bioshock: The Collection, The Sims 4 and PS VR shooter Firewall Zero Hour are the games in case you need a recap... Keep on Reading


Could this be the end for Huawei?


Huawei

Many people including me believed that Huawei may be able to survive the ban imposed on them by the American government due to the sheer scope of their business. However, things are not looking very good at the moment. The main concern when the ban was imposed was the inability of Huawei to work with... Keep on Reading

Meet The LG Gram: Lighter and so much better!


LG Gram 17 2019

The 2020 LG gram has got so much better. Most of the changes this year are within the interior of the laptop. There are some things that still remain the same; they still have a single RAM slot ( 8 GB of RAM with an extra slot if you wish to upgrade) and a WIFI card running the latest... Keep on Reading

SAMSUNG accidentally sent a mysterious notification to Galaxy Phone owners, and it caused a lot of confusion

Samsung accidentally sent a mysterious notification to Galaxy phone owners, and it caused a lot of confusion
Image Credits: Business Insider (USA)

Many Samsung Galaxy phone owners received a notification on Thursday from the company's "Find My Mobile" service that only included the number "1." which got majority of them thinking their devices were hacked but Samsung assured them that there was no need for them to panic and that the message would have no impact on their devices.

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