Microsoft is the ruler of PCs, and Samsung is Android's biggest smartphone vendor. The two companies are bringing together the two worlds into one.
Twitter is the popular social media networks, used by many popular figures, politicians, celebrities, and many others in between.
Twitter's blue checkmark is used to let people know that an account of "public interest" is authentic.
Facebook has officially launched Instagram Reels, its answer to the massively popular TikTok, to all of its users around the world.
Productivity matters. And it matter even more during the 'COVID-19' coronavirus pandemic where people's work rely more on technology.
It has for quite a long time that WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging apps in the world.
Android users can easily download and upload things, or copy and move files using their devices. But sending file from one Android to another has been kind of difficult.
OVO is a digital payment service based in Jakarta, Indonesia. And it has came a long way since being founded in 2016.
Popular and legitimate apps from well-known developers are famous and widely-used a variety of reasons.
The Tor browser that runs through the Tor network has been used by many to bypass restrictions. Because of that, any privacy issue can cause huge problems.