Microsoft announces new Microsoft Defender for Endpoint capabilities on iOS and Android


Microsoft yesterday announced several new Microsoft Defender for Endpoint capabilities for Android and iOS. First, Microsoft Defender for Endpoint mobile app now has a new look with support for light and dark themes. Second, Microsoft Defender for Endpoint now works on devices that are enrolled using non-Intune mobile device management (MDM). Third, Microsoft Defender for Endpoint on iOS can now detect whether iOS device is jailbroken or not. Finally, Microsoft announced the general availability of Microsoft Tunnel VPN capabilities in the Microsoft Defender for Endpoint app for Android. Microsoft Defender for Endpoint features: Protection against phishing coming from browsing, email, apps, and messaging platforms Scans for malware and potentially unwanted … Read more

[FREE] How To Install Android 12 Toggle, Material UI Cards and Features


Google recently announced their latest version of Android, called Android 12 which is currently under beta and available on few selected phones from Google, Asus, Oneplus, Oppo, Xiaomi, Realme, Vivo, TCL, ZTE, Tecno, and Sharp. This new version of Android brings a complete change in UI dubbed as “Material You” with new features, better privacy controls, and more. But what caught everyone’s attention the most is the new widgets, as they come with a completely new design, neat and clean, giving a more pleasing look to your phone’s home screen. Today I will be sharing a way to get those amazing-looking Android 12 widgets right now, that too for absolutely … Read more

Metroid Dread for Nintendo Switch Gets Lots of Gameplay and First Screenshots


Following the reveal at the E3 2021 Nintendo Direct, the house of Mario and Zelda introduced a lot of gameplay and the first screenshots of the newly-announced Metroid Dread. We get to see Samus in action from the Treehouse Live segment of the livestream, and the game certainly looks very sleek. You can check out all the assets below, with the video courtesy of YouTube user GamersPrey. Metroid Dread releases exclusively for Nintendo Switch on Oct. 8, 2021. You can also watch a video in which producer Yoshio Sakamoto explains the game and read an official description below. Join intergalactic bounty hunter Samus Aran in her first new 2D Metroid … Read more

Alleged Pixel 6 case confirms previously leaked design


The first time we received hints of the new design of the Google Pixel 6 series was back in May. Then, Jon Prosser posted a video on his YouTube channel, where he shocked the Android world. The new design looks nothing like its predecessors, followed by a similar design language until the latest iteration. Still, there’s no official confirmation for any of these images. This means that they must be considered rumors, and rumors must be taken with some salt. However, we have received a new leak that could confirm the redesign of Google’s next Pixel phones. We have new leaks of the Google Pixel 6, well, kind of. Well-known … Read more

End-to-end encrypted messaging is now available for more users in Google Messages

Google began rolling out end-to-end encryption at the end of last year for select Google Messages beta users who have enabled Chat, Google’s implementation of RCS. End-to-end encryption ensures that conversations stay encrypted from when they leave your smartphone, to when they arrive at the other end. There is no server-side decryption, meaning that data can’t be collected in the middle from the servers that pass your messages along. This is a selling point of many texting applications like Signal as it’s a major step towards ensuring the privacy of a user, and now it’s finally rolling out to more users who use Google Messages. To ensure that you’re using … Read more

Don’t like the new Windows 11 Start Menu? You can easily bring back the old Windows 10 version


Probably the most controversial element of the new Windows 11 OS is the new Start Menu, which brings a more tablet-like home screen to the OS. Of course, we know Windows 11 is merely Windows 10 with some lipstick, and if you have grown accustomed to the old Windows 10 Start Menu, it is pretty easy to re-enable it in Windows 11. All you have to do is: Open Regedit Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoft WindowsCurrentVersionExplorerAdvanced Create a new DWord called Start_ShowClassicMode Set its value to 1. If this sounds like gobbledygook to you, you should probably not be using a registry editor. You can also move the Start button using the … Read more

Windows 11 has a hidden way to switch back to the Windows 10 Start Menu

A near-final build of Windows 11 leaked today, and that means it’s time to find all of the new features ahead of Microsoft’s June 24 announcement. One of them was spotted by Rafael Rivera, and as it turns out, there’s a way in Windows 11 to go back to the Windows 10 Start Menu if you want to. It requires a Registry edit, and there doesn’t appear to be any simple way to do it through Settings. Windows 11 tip: HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionExplorerAdvancedStart_ShowClassicMode DWORD=0x1 to enable classic Start — Rafael Rivera (@WithinRafael) June 15, 2021 There are a couple of things that are notable about this. One is that this might … Read more

Hands on With Windows 11: A Lightly Skinned Windows 10


Shortly after leaked images of a Windows 11 build appeared online, we managed to get ahold of a working copy of the OS. That’s right; we have Windows 11 installed—-in a virtual machine. We’re not totally crazy. And ready or not, we have initial impressions of a clearly unfinished operating system. No Local Sign In For Home Users

You may be able to upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 11 for free


As you’ve undoubtedly noticed already, a big Windows 11 build has just leaked onto the internet, and it reveals a lot of details about Microsoft’s upcoming OS. We’ve already grabbed the Windows 11 default wallpapers for you to download and use right now if you’d like. One of the things you may be wondering about is whether you’ll be able to upgrade to Windows 11 for free, and it looks like that may be the case. In fact, evidence suggests that even if you’re still using Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, you’ll still be able to upgrade to Windows 11 for free. As you can see in the screenshots below, … Read more

Samsung puts RAM and storage on a single chip; meet the LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1


Samsung has announced that it has begun mass production of the LPDDR5 UFS-based multichip package (uMCP) memory solution. It integrates the fastest LPDDR5 DRAM with the latest UFS 3.1 NAND flash. Hence, helping clear more space inside the smartphones. The Samsung uMCP is said to deliver flagship-level performance to a much broader range of smartphone users. The Samsung uMCP is based on the latest mobile DRAM and NAND interfaces. It is claimed to have lightning-fast speed and high storage capacity at very low power. This combination is said to allow numerous 5G applications that were previously only available on premium flagship models. The features include advanced photography, graphics-intensive gaming, and … Read more

Fix Unable to Run Yarn in Windows Terminal – PowerShell


If you run into an error with your brand new machine when trying to run any custom scripts like npm, yarn or any node modules you might run into an error similar to below. yarn : File C:Program Filesnodejsyarn.ps1 cannot be loaded because running scripts is disabled on this system. For more information, see about_Execution_Policies at https:/ At line:1 char:1 + yarn + ~~~~ + CategoryInfo : SecurityError: (:) [], PSSecurityException + FullyQualifiedErrorId : UnauthorizedAccess To fix it, open PowerShell as administrator, again make sure to run this in PowerShell, not with the regular command prompt (cmd). Copy and paste the code below and run it. Set-ExecutionPolicy -Scope CurrentUser -ExecutionPolicy … Read more

How to Control Your Smart Home from the Android Quick Settings


One of the main reasons why people get into smart home tech is convenience. It’s cool to be able to turn on lights from your phone, but it can be cumbersome, too. Fortunately, Android puts device controls in the Quick Settings panel. Android 11 introduced a new power menu with access to smart home device controls. Android 12 completely changed that and moved the controls to the Quick Settings. That puts controls for things like lights and thermostats right in the notification shade. RELATED: How to Disable the Mic and Camera from Android’s Quick Settings Apps need to support the Device Controls feature to appear in the Quick Settings tile. … Read more