Shure Aonic 50 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones Review

American audio products manufacturer Shure is best known for its professional and audiophile-grade headphones, earphones, and microphones, used in recording studios the world over. Although regular consumers can buy and use Shure products quite easily, only purists and audiophiles are likely to enjoy the kind of sound that Shure usually has to offer with its … Read more Shure Aonic 50 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones Review

How to avoid burnout during your job search

By Abheet Sajwan Finding a job is a very challenging and tiring task. A job seeker is often exhausted and can feel disappointed. Here’s how to avoid burnout during the job search. Take adequate breaks Take frequent breaks from your mailbox and job search. This time off will give you ample time to think about … Read more How to avoid burnout during your job search

A first look at Samsung’s Android 11-based One UI 3.0 update

Android 11 has arrived, which means Samsung’s custom One UI skin is also due for an update to incorporate Google’s latest software, One UI 3.0, which the company has started rolling out to selected developers in the US and South Korea in a “pre-beta” ahead of a larger public beta test. The early screenshots, obtained … Read more A first look at Samsung’s Android 11-based One UI 3.0 update

Apple’s ‘Time Flies’ event: rumors, news and announcements

Apple, like every other company with products to release, has taken to virtual spaces to showcase its biggest tech announcements. Following a virtual WWDC in June, it’s going to kick off its annual hardware season starting Tuesday, September 15th with an event called “Time Flies.” We’ll be covering the event with our live blog. Under … Read more Apple’s ‘Time Flies’ event: rumors, news and announcements

Microsoft’s underwater server experiment resurfaces after two years

Back in 2018, Microsoft sunk an entire data center to the bottom of the Scottish sea, plunging 864 servers and 27.6 petabytes of storage 117 feet deep in the ocean. Today, the company has reported that its latest experiment was a success, revealing findings that show that the idea of an underwater data center is … Read more Microsoft’s underwater server experiment resurfaces after two years

How to set Chrome or Edge as your default browser on the iOS 14 beta

iOS 14 brings one of the most long-awaited features to Apple’s operating system in years: the ability to change the default browser from Apple’s Safari to a third-party option like Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, or Mozilla Firefox. But you don’t have to wait for Apple to release iOS 14 this fall to break free of … Read more How to set Chrome or Edge as your default browser on the iOS 14 beta

Can I use a PlayStation controller with Xbox Game Pass for Android (xCloud)?

Source: Jennifer Locke / Android Central Best answer: Yes, you can use a PlayStation controller with Xbox Game Pass streaming for Android. It’s unclear whether the new DualSense, built for PS5, will work, but Microsoft confirmed that the DualShock 4 will be compatible. What is Xbox Game Pass for Android? Xbox Game Pass Ultimate now … Read more Can I use a PlayStation controller with Xbox Game Pass for Android (xCloud)?

Improve your Crusader Kings III experience with these excellent mods

Crusader Kings III hasn’t long been out, but already the modding community has provided us with some excellent additional content for free. We’ve rounded up the best mods available to you right now so you can take your Crusader Kings experience to a whole new level. Blood Thirsty Princes of Darkness Staff Pick Princes of … Read more Improve your Crusader Kings III experience with these excellent mods