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Redesigned, colorful MacBook Air to enter mass production in Q3 2022

Apple is reportedly planning to revamp one of the best Macs available in the market today — the M1 MacBook Air. Rumors suggest that the company has been working on a redesigned model that features colorful finishes and more ports. While these rumors and leaks have been circulating for a few weeks now, new details have just surfaced regarding its production. Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has shared a research note highlighting when Apple will start mass-producing the refreshed notebook. According to MacRumors, Kuo believes that the mass production of the upcoming, redesigned MacBook Air will begin in the third quarter of 2022. The…

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Fake Firefox Add-On Stole Users’ Crypto

A slew of Firefox users has fallen victim to a bogus add-on that was masquerading as a legitimate extension of a cryptocurrency hardware wallet called SafePal, Bleeping Computer reports. One of the victims, who goes by the name of Cali, was shocked to discover that all of the funds went into the hands of scammers: I was deep in shock…I saw my last transactions and saw that [$4,000 of my funds] were transferred to another wallet. I could not believe it [was an] add-on that is deployed in the add-on list of Mozilla Firefox. It is unclear how many other Firefox users were…

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You can now add image watermarks in Google Docs

Adding an image watermark to Google Docs is a lengthy and complicated process. You first need to create your watermark in Google Drawings, then paste your text into a text box in the Google Drawings file, and finally upload it to Google Docs. But that won’t be the case for long. Google has started rolling out a new feature that lets you quickly add image watermarks to your documents. Google has already started rolling out the new feature for Workspace users, and it lets you add image watermarks to documents with just a few clicks. As shown in the attached GIF, you…

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Skype for iPhone and Mac gets a redesign and new features

Skype is receiving a major update on all platforms. According to Microsoft, this is an “improved, faster, reliable, and super modern-looking Skype.” In a blog post, Microsoft says it’s upgrading and modernizing “the most important part” of Skype, the call stage, adding new layouts, themes, and other ways to help everyone connect more closely on the call. “We wanted to make sure the app still felt familiar while we modernized the look and feel and made the experience more inclusive.“ Users can now see themselves in a call. With a new “together” mode, everyone can appear in this new grid, even if they’re not sharing…

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Chrome 94 introduces Material You and Dynamic Color on Android 12

Last week, Google rolled out the latest version of its browser and kicked off the new four-week release cadence. Chrome 94 is now widely rolling out on Android, and it brings along Material You, as well as Dynamic Color on newer devices. AD The biggest Material You change that all Chrome for Android users will encounter is how the cards in the tab switcher are now larger with rounded corners. The new bulbous shape (which started rolling out via a server-side update last week) is easier to tap, but also allows for Dynamic Color on Android 12. On older devices, your most recent…

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