A Redditor got Stadia to run on an iPhone

Although Apple cracked open the door for game streaming services to run on iPhone and iPad earlier this month, you can’t use Stadia, xCloud or GeForce Now on those devices yet. Well, at least not officially.Members of the Stadia subreddit have been t...

Waze lets you plan trips on the web and save them to your phone

Planning a trip on Waze just got a little easier. You can now plan a drive in your web browser of choice using the Live Map and then save it to your mobile app by clicking the “Save to app” button.When you set your preferred time of arrival, Waze wil...

Microsoft details how it will phase out Flash support in Edge after 2020

Microsoft is providing more detail (via Bleeping Computer) about how it will drop support for Flash in Edge to dovetail with Adobe’s plans, including some notable exceptions. As expected, Flash will be disabled by default in Edge as of December 2020....

Amazon’s latest AR shopping tool fills your space with virtual furniture

Amazon’s newest AR shopping tool will let you see furniture and other home decor in your space before you buy it, TechCrunch reports. Coming to the Amazon shopping app for iOS and desktop browsers, “Room Decorator” will let you see multiple items at...

Chrome’s new tab grouping feature brings order to chaos

As promised, Google is bringing a new organization feature to tab hoarders. Beginning today, Chrome users can group tabs in their desktop windows. The tab groups are customizable -- you can label them with names and colors -- and you can easily colla...

Chrome will soon let you know if a web form is unsecure

Google is going a step further to protect people’s information when they try to submit details through unsecured web forms. Starting in the M86 build, Chrome will raise a red flag on forms that are on secure HTTPS pages, but aren’t actually submitted...