Author: Roger Shelford

Roger Shelford is a contributing author for Binzbit. He has been an avid technology user since his early teen and currently covering news related to smartphones and related technologies for Binzbit. You can reach him at [email protected]

March has been particularly problematic month for Microsoft as the company has been struggling with new Windows 10 updates including the dreaded printer problem. Microsoft has patched most of the printer related problems over last few weeks. And now, the company has released an optional patch to fix bunch of bug fixes. The patch, KB5000842 update is available for Windows 10 version 2004, and Windows 10 20H2. The update aims to reusolve a bunch of issues with the operating systems including problems with dark screens as well as other monitor glitches along with OneDrive related system crashes. The full list…

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Amazon has reportedly asked its drivers to sign a new contract. Under the new agreement, employees are required to hand over their biometrics data if they’re interested in working further with the company. According to Amazon, the company took the decision to keep track on their drivers. This latest news comes after Amazon announced earlier last month that it’ll be fitting cameras in all of the delivery vans earlier last month. At the time, the company said that it’ll boost safety and quality of the delivery experience. However, some employees have since then resigned over their privacy concerns. For instance,…

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Most of the PC manufactures are refreshing their existing products with new hardware. Earlier today, HP has announced a refresh of the Envy series of laptops. The refreshed laptops include the HP Envy 17 and also the HP x360 15. While HP Envy 17 is more expensive, the HP x360 15 is targeted towards those who prefer a hybrid design. In case you are interested, the HP Envy 17 is a traditional laptop with 17.3-inch screen that’s pretty rare for business class laptops these days. As for the hardware, the laptop contains an 11th gen Intel Core i7 processor with…

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If you are using Opera Touch on iOS devices, you might want to download the latest update as the browser has got a major revamp. In a recent announcement, Opera said that  from now on the browser will be called Opera and the logo will be changed to red to align with other browsers offered by the firm. In the announcement, the company outlined several changes to the UI to introduce a cleaner and smoother design for a more refined look and feel. Opera Touch was released almost 3 years earlier to accommodate smartphone users. At the time, the browser…

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Few weeks earlier, Linux Mint developers revealed that they were planning on releasing version 19.3 by the end of the year. While the developers have been pretty quiet since then, we now know that Linux Mint 19.3 will be released on December 25th. If you don’t want to wait that long, you will be glad to know that the beta version will be released later on December 3. In an official blog post, Clement Lefebvre wrote, “You probably know we’re aiming for a Christmas release this year. All 3 editions of Linux Mint 19.3 passed QA and we’ll be announcing…

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