Instagram ‘unintentionally’ hid likes for more people today

  • March 3, 2021
In the long-forgotten time of 2019, Instagram announced the start of a test to hide Like counts users usually see on everyone else's posts. Over the last year of the COVID pandemic that test has still been going on, but without much update or exp…

CDPR urges ‘Cyberpunk 2077’ players to avoid using mods for now

  • February 3, 2021
Less than a week after CD Projekt Red brought official support for mods to Cyberpunk 2077, it urged players to stop using them for the time being. The publisher said it’s urgently working on a fix for an exploit that affects mods and custom saves on…

Fitbit will replace some Sense smartwatches due to ECG problem

  • December 4, 2020
Fitbit is replacing several hundred units of its Sense smartwatch due to an issue with the electrocardiogram (ECG) feature. As first spotted in Fitbit’s forums by The Verge, some affected users said the company proactively contacted them about a repl…

Apple’s Gatekeeper issues might have slowed down your Mac earlier

  • November 12, 2020
For about a half hour or so starting at 4PM ET, Mac users worldwide who tried to open up third-party apps were suddenly noticing weird issues and slow launches, with the software just bouncing in their dock for minutes or failing to launch entirely.T…

iOS 14 update fixes a bug that reset your browser and mail defaults

  • September 24, 2020
One of the notable changes in iOS 14 is that it finally allowed users to set new default apps for their web browser and email. Chrome, Firefox, Gmail and others are already taking advantage of the setting, but after the update rolled out last week, m…

Image bricks some Android phones when used as wallpaper

  • May 31, 2020
Never mind a text character crashing your phone — if you’re on Android, your choice of wallpaper could be a larger problem. Users have discovered (via Android Authority and 9to5Google) that an innocuous landscape photo is “soft-bricking” some Android…