Category: Internet

Apple offers a 15% discount on fees for small app developers

The Apple Store will charge a 15% fee for app developers with an annual revenue of less than a million dollars, instead of 30% as before. On November 18, Apple announced one of the most important changes to the App Store for developers. The Small Business Policy allows any developer with an annual revenue of …


Facebook and Apple are ‘not in the same world’

Apple will sell iPhone 12 is no different from ‘bare machine’

Work from home and the trend of using cloud computing

What are the benefits of the Internet? (part 2)

4. Banking, bills, as well as shopping The Internet provides you with access to your bank account for viewing the balance, making transactions, as well as sending money. Also, a lot of services let you see as well as paying bills electronically. You know, online shopping is another vast advantage of the Internet, offering you …


What are the benefits of the Internet? (part 1)

The Internet is among the most significant creations as well as offering people instant access to an unlimited supply of knowledge as well as entertainment. In this post, we have been specific about the outstanding advantages of it. 1. Information, knowledge, as well as learning As mentioned earlier, it contains an endless supply of information …


Apps about tech news for Android (part 2)

Keeping yourself updated about the current happenings across the world is essential for a geek. So, we are going to take a quick look at some of the most popular apps about tech news. You can get them from the handy Google Play Store, so installing them on your phone cannot be more comfortable. 4- …


Apps about tech news for Android (part 1)

There are many applications installed on the phone of a technology geek. These useful apps can add value to the daily life of a geek. They should keep her/ him most currently with the most updated happenings, to name a few. The most important things of all are those with the most current tech news. …


New space race: Bringing the Internet to the most remote places (Part 1)