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10 Best Canva Alternatives to Create Images for Social (2019)

It’s no secret that people prefer visual content. Articles and social media posts with images get over 200% more shares than content without visuals. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a blogger, a PR professional, or just someone who likes to share cool links on Facebook – if you want to reach a wider audience, you should include […]

Westcon-Comstor SMME partners to take centre stage at Cisco Connect | Westcon Comstor

Westcon-Comstor Sub-Saharan Africa is emphasising reseller development, enablement and empowerment, by providing nine of its SMME Cisco partners across Africa the opportunity to showcase their businesses and services at the upcoming Cisco Connect event by way of the “SMME powered by Comstor” initiative. The partners will be given a platform to present their business, sales […]

Steam Link app released for iPhone, iPad and Apple TV – Apple – News

If you can remember back to this time last year, The Steam Link app had just been launched by Valve and roughly replicated the Steam Link hardware functionality on any connected PC, Mac or Android device – 5GHz Wi-Fi or wired Ethernet network required. Unfortunately for Valve and Apple iOS users, Apple dug in its […]

Illustrator Janice Chang uses humour and bendy limbs to tell personal stories

Illustrator Janice Chang is a master of using composition to tell a story. Born and raised in LA, her work sees bodies and limbs intertwined with each other, honing in on gestural details which express so much with so little. Taking inspiration from the people around her – friends, family and “random strangers I see […]

Lenovo unveils ‘world’s first’ foldable laptop, the ThinkPad X1

Lenovo this week debuted a new foldable laptop concept, designed for “highly mobile, tech-savvy professionals”. The device will join the Chinese company’s ThinkPad X1 family, and will sport a foldable 2K OLED display from LG Display. But that’s about all the specs you’re going to get. The company’s extremely mum on internals and externals, and […]

PUBG Mobile is rolling out a Gameplay Management System

PUBG Mobile has been in the crosshairs of parents and the other people on grounds of it being addictive and having a detrimental effect on players. There have also been numerous instances of people trying to halt it in its progress. PUBG Mobile has faced bans in schools, colleges, universities, and even states in India, […]

YouTuber creates ‘GameCube Classic’ since Nintendo likely won’t make it

Over the past couple of years, Nintendo has seen great success with the release of its NES and SNES Classic miniature retro console replicas. However, the company likely won’t make ‘Classic’ versions of its Nintendo 64 or GameCube consoles due to its focus on digital emulation services like Switch Online. Fear not, though, as YouTuber […]

Microsoft Edge Canary will now automatically match your OS theme

We have written previously on which flags to enable to allow the new Chromium-based Edge browser to follow your Windows 10 Light and Dark theme. The good news today is that in the latest Canary build that hack is no longer required. With Microsoft Edge Canary the browser will now automatically match your Light […]

A Deep Dive into Native Lazy-Loading for Images and Frames

Today’s websites are packed with heavy media assets like images and videos. Images make up around 50% of an average website’s traffic. Many of them, however, are never shown to a user because they’re placed way below the fold. What’s this thing about images being lazy, you ask? Lazy-loading is something that’s been covered quite […]

Nintendo Switch Online’s vouchers turns $100 into two $60 games

Nintendo revealed a new voucher program available to Nintendo Switch Online members. The announcement came as part of a Nintendo Direct focused on the upcoming Super Mario Maker 2. If you’re subscribed to Nintendo Switch Online, you can spend $100 for two digital vouchers. Each voucher can be used to buy one of a selection […]