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Monthly Archives: October 2016

Chrome Controls Moving Down On Android?

As phones have gotten larger, it has gotten more difficult to reach all buttons and controls for the apps that we use on them. Manufacturers are always working to make the experience better for their users. Apple’s larger iPhones feature a reachability feature that will

PSA: Free Multiplayer Gaming on XBOX This Weekend!

2K Games has joined forces with Microsoft to allow all XBOX 360 and XBOX One users, even those without the Gold membership, to play multiplayer games for absolutely free this weekend. The offer is part of Microsoft’s Multiplayer All-Access event, which began on Thursday and

Apple Unveils Thinner, Faster MacBook Pro

Twenty-five years ago this week, Apple unveiled their first laptop computer. Today, Tim Cook took the stage in Cupertino to unwrap the new MacBook Pro line, featuring a thinner design, faster components, and the new TouchBar, replacing the function keys that have lived above our

TI Update – TI 3.1, Forum, We Need You!

It’s been a busy few months here at TechInform HQ, but we’re continuing to press forward with new content, covering the latest tech news, as well as the coolest new gadgets. We have a few exciting things to share with you. TechInform 3.1 Last week,

What to Expect at Microsoft’s Surface Event

Last year around this time, Microsoft held a Surface event where they announced updated Surface models, including the Surface Book, which I’ve become a big fan of after receiving one earlier this year. The company is preparing for another event, which will take place at

Apple Leaks New MacBook Pro Days Before Announcement

Apple is planning to say “hello again” to their Mac lineup on Thursday, but a recent update to macOS leaked images of the MacBook Pro that we’re expecting to be announced at the event on Thursday. In the latest software update to macOS Sierra, 10.12.1,

Twitter, Spotify, & Others Affected by Large Scale DDoS Attack

Earlier today, tweet-a-holics, music lovers, and internet users in general were kicked off their favorite websites due to a distributed denial of service attack (DD0S) targeting a large DNS provider. Dyn, the company directly affected by the attack, hosts Twitter, Spotify, Reddit, Netflix, LinkedIn and

Switching To A Larger iPhone

Today marks two weeks since I made the jump from an iPhone 6S to an iPhone 7 Plus. While at first, I was a bit hesitant to go with a larger phone, the experience has been relatively positive so far. When the new iPhones were announced,