All posts by Elizabeth Ricci

Liz has been working for the top online media outlets since 2011. She covers gaming, gadgets and reviews while also striving to tell individual stories behind the tech scene. Liz holds a B.A. with honors in communication from Stanford University.

iPhone vs Android: Which Is Better?

When it comes to buying one of the best smartphones, the first choice can be the hardest: iPhone or Android. It's not simple; both offer a lot of great features and they may seem basically the same other than brand and price....

/ September 21, 2019

Google Maps incognito mode is currently in testing

Announced at the Google IO 2019 keynote back in May, an incognito mode for Google Maps is reportedly now in testing, as discovered by XDA Developers.

/ September 20, 2019

The Best MacBook for 2019: Air, Pro, and More

Confused about what MacBook you should buy? Fear not — we have all the info you need right here.

/ September 18, 2019

Adblock Plus filters can be abused to execute malicious code in browsing sessions

An exploit has been uncovered in the filter systems of Adblock, Adblock Plus, and uBlock which may permit attackers to remotely inject arbitrary code into web pages.

/ April 16, 2019

Apple hardware updates have become boring, and the company knows it

How long until new iPhones unveilings are nothing more than a press release and an update to the Apple Store website? Not long I'm betting, especially given how Apple rolled out the recent updates to the iMac, iMac Pro, iPad...

/ April 13, 2019

Apple AirPods (2019) vs Samsung Galaxy Buds: which is best for you?

When it comes to smartphones, chances are you fall into one of two camps: fans of the Apple iPhone’s iOS operating system or those dedicated to the Android OS used by Samsung (among others). However, in the world of true...

/ April 13, 2019

New Bill Aims To Hold Tech Companies Accountable For Their Shitty Algorithms

Over the years, tech companies have found a convenient scapegoat for some of their most egregious mistakes in a voiceless part of their operations—their algorithms. But a bill introduced on Wednesday seeks to effectively prevent these automated systems from being...

/ April 12, 2019

Here’s What Could Sink Uber, According to Uber

Uber, the money-losing ridehailing platform which by its own admission in its S-1 filing claims it has “incurred significant losses since inception” and “may not achieve profitability,” has overcome a lot on the road to today’s initial public offering. It’s...

/ April 12, 2019

Scientists Dream of a Future Where Flying Cars Fight Climate Change

The flying car has been just a few years away for, well, years. The predictions aren’t getting more optimistic under President Donald Trump, but now science is offering a surprising new reason for us to make flying cars a reality:...

/ April 11, 2019

iOS 12.2: Should you install it?

I'm always a little wary when it comes to installing new iOS updates on my devices. Not only is there the fear of some catastrophic show-stopping bug, or the slim but real possibility that it could brick my device, but...

/ April 10, 2019