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Firefox 8.0 for iOS Brings New Tab Experience, Night Mode, and QR Code Reader

Firefox 8.0 for iOS Brings New Tab Experience, Night Mode, and QR Code Reader

Gadget & Techology
SOURCE:macrumors.comMozilla has released Firefox 8.0 for iOS with several notable new features including a Night Mode, a built-in QR code reader, and a redesigned tab experience. Changes to the web browser's tabs mean users now see recently visited sites whenever they open up a new one, combined with highlights from previous web visits. Mozilla says this change in particular will be rolled out to users gradually over the next few weeks. As for the new Night Mode, this refers to a web page brightness dimming feature for easier reading in dark environments, rather than a darkened interface as such. Version 8.0 of the browser also introduces Feature Recommendations, which are basically hints and time-saving tips to help users improve their Firefox experience. In addition, it's also now p...
SwiftKey Update Brings Emoji Prediction, ‘Oxygen’ Themes, and More Languages

SwiftKey Update Brings Emoji Prediction, ‘Oxygen’ Themes, and More Languages

Gadget & Techology
SOURCE:macrumors.comMicrosoft today released an update for SwiftKey that includes a handful of new features including emoji prediction and enhancements to 3D Touch gestures. Users who tap on the emoji key will now see a new prediction panel that automatically suggests up to 18 relevant emoji depending on what they type, saving them the trouble of searching through the entire list. The update also includes eight new "Oxygen" themes adding up to a spectrum of vibrant colors for SwiftKey keyboards. The new hues can be found in the Design section of the app and include Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Light Blue, Blue, Purple, and Pink. In addition, Microsoft said it had made substantial improvements to the responsiveness of 3D Touch gestures in SwiftKey on supporting iPhones, including those...
Bear Notes 1.2.2 Update Brings Text Highlighting, Multiple Windows, and More

Bear Notes 1.2.2 Update Brings Text Highlighting, Multiple Windows, and More

Gadget & Techology
SOURCE:macrumors.comPopular note-taking platform Bear received an update on Wednesday across Mac and iOS that adds a number of community-requested features to the Apple Notes rival. Top of the feature list in version 1.2.2 is the ability to highlight parts of notes in a neon color to indicate importance, by bracketing text in "::" tags. Over on the Mac, it's now possible to break out Bear notes into separate windows for easy reference between multiple entries, simply by double-clicking them in the notes list. To simplify organization, Bear 1.2.2 also has a new option to edit note tags right from the sidebar and notes list. To do this on Mac, click a tag in the sidebar to view all notes with that tag, and then right-click any note and select "Remove tag (X)". The same option can be acc...
Latest WhatsApp Update Brings Pinned Chat and Multi-Format File Sharing Features

Latest WhatsApp Update Brings Pinned Chat and Multi-Format File Sharing Features

Gadget & Techology
SOURCE:macrumors.comThe latest update to WhatsApp Messenger rolled out on iOS on Sunday and adds a couple of notable new features, one of which is the ability to share files of any type within conversations. Version 2.17.40 of WhatsApp is the first to allow any file type to be sent using the Document option in the Share menu. Previously files were limited to PDF documents, but now the only limitation is file size, which is officially 100MB. It's also now possible to pin chats to the top of the chat list to quickly find important conversation threads. To pin a chat, swipe right on the chat and tap the pin icon. Additionally, users can now tap and hold on groups of multiple photos they've received to quickly forward or delete them. Version 2.17.40 also includes a couple of new hidden ...
“This is how you should treat clients”- Drama as Customer brings two strippers to bank as protest against poor service – Nigerian: Breaking News In Nigeria

“This is how you should treat clients”- Drama as Customer brings two strippers to bank as protest against poor service – Nigerian: Breaking News In Nigeria

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SOURCE: www.lailasblog.com/A fed-up bank customer brought two strippers to his local branch in a bizarre attempt to protest their poor service.The unnamed man walked into the branch flanked by two beautiful young women who at first were fully clothed.He said to bank staff: “You are treating the client without generosity, in a cold way. I would like to show you how you should really treat the client.”Then, to some music the man provided, the women began to dance erotically and strip off their clothes.The incident occurred at the branch of Sberbank in the Russian capital of Moscow.In a video filmed by an astounded witness, the two women are soon down to their underwear.Then they pop off their bras as well and continue to writhe on the bank’s furniture – to glares from the two female wor
Autotalks brings motorcycles into the conversation

Autotalks brings motorcycles into the conversation

Gadget & Techology
SOURCE:techcrunch.comAutotalks has been developing technologies that allow vehicles to talk to anything — V2X, to the nerds in the know. It’s one of the technologies that will enable fully autonomous vehicles to roam our roads. But where does that leave motorcycles, which will still have riders who rely on interactions with human drivers? That’s where B2V, or bike to vehicle, technology comes in. Autotalks has created a B2X chipset that allows motorcycles to communicate with other vehicles and infrastructure. As of this spring, Bosch is using the company’s B2V tech in particular to study its effects on motorcycle accidents. The B2V technology has been installed in Ducati motorcycles alongside software provided by Cohda Wireless. Bosch expects to find that creating a communications
Arms brings the punch to the Nintendo Switch

Arms brings the punch to the Nintendo Switch

Gadget & Techology
SOURCE:techcrunch.comArms, a flagship Nintendo Switch title from the same folks who brought us Splatoon, is a fighting game only Nintendo could release. The object of the game, as in many fighting games, is to knock down your opponent. How you do it, obviously, is the trick.In Arms your weapons are, well, your arms. There are 30 different arms for ten characters and the arms spring out and can twist towards enemies. The controls are interesting in that they take advantage of the Joy-Con wireless controllers, allowing you to “punch” in the air to hit your opponents. With the associated arms (or pigtails) you can created up to nine thousand different combinations to shock, freeze, burn, and maul your enemies. Gameplay is wildly simple and the entire package is quite bright and addi
Facebook brings filters, reactions and new masks to Messenger video chat

Facebook brings filters, reactions and new masks to Messenger video chat

Gadget & Techology
SOURCE:techcrunch.comFacebook is bringing a ton of new filters, masks and video reactions to video chats in Messenger, aiming to deliver a more fun experience to younger users on the app and shore up the service against competing video chat apps. The update is centered all around fun, visual filters.Video reactions will allow you to choose one of the Facebook reaction emojis and bring up custom video filters that share your joy, anger, sadness or more. The live filters allow you to react to conversations in a more visual way. Additionally, the service is introducing stylistic filters that can give your video footage a different color hue or lighting type. You’ll be able to preview these filters live before sharing the style with your group. Continuing with the filter-centered upd
Sling TV Update Brings Cloud DVR Service to iPhone and iPad

Sling TV Update Brings Cloud DVR Service to iPhone and iPad

Gadget & Techology
SOURCE:macrumors.comOnline streaming television service Sling TV has made its cloud DVR feature available on iOS for the first time. The latest version of the Sling TV app for iPhone and iPad includes the ability to record shows and movies on the majority of available channels. The feature made its way onto Apple TV in April. The service's DVR "First Look" option costs an extra $5 per month on top of a regular Sling TV subscription and gets users 50 hours of cloud storage. Once that space has been filled, older recordings are automatically deleted to make way for new ones. When a user opts to record an episode of a TV series, they can set the app to record new episodes as well or only the chosen one. Alternatively, they can download entire series, while specific recordings can be prot...
Review: CalDigit’s Tuff 1 TB SSD Brings Fast, Rugged, Portable Storage to the Latest Macs

Review: CalDigit’s Tuff 1 TB SSD Brings Fast, Rugged, Portable Storage to the Latest Macs

Gadget & Techology
SOURCE:macrumors.comCalDigit's Tuff line of rugged USB-C external drives have been a great option for those looking to take extra storage or backups on the go for a while now, but in addition to the existing 2 TB model using a 5400 rpm spinning hard drive, the company recently expanded the line to include a 1 TB solid-state drive option. At a list price of $499, the solid-state drive version is not cheap, but if you want fast storage on the go, combining an SSD with the Tuff's 10 Gbps USB 3.1 Gen 2 support gives some of Apple's latest Macs the ability to move data quickly. The MacBook Pro and brand-new iMac with their Thunderbolt 3 ports supporting full 10 Gbps USB are the best partners for the Tuff, and it's easy to see how useful it would be for moving data back and forth between no...