Microsoft Outlook users have been gifted a hidden new Dark Mode – here’s how to find it

Dark Mode was one of the highest requested features for Outlook. Microsoft has a feedback site in place for Outlook and a request for the new mode was voted incredibly high on a ranked list from users. Over 1,000 Outlook fans had voted on a comment that suggested Microsoft should add the feature to the email client. But now people can revel in darkness when browsing their emails. As part of the same thread, an administrator at Outlook confirmed the feature was now available. They said: “It is my greatest…

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Sony Xperia could be set for the best camera ever as stunning new sensor unveiled

The new sensor boasts 48 effective megapixels which the Japanese manufacturer is labelling the “highest pixel count” in the industry. Sony emphasised the need to bring “greater imaging quality” to smartphone cameras and insisted its new technology rivals “high-performance SLR cameras”. It believes the new complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor (CMOS) IMX586 sensor, capable of delivering an image resolution of 8000 x 6000, will achieve that. Sony is labelling the new unit “compact” – it measures up at 8millimetres diagonally, meaning phones that adopt it should not have to carry a huge camera…

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Whatsapp news: Whatsapp are limiting message forwarding – this is why

Whatsapp is frustrating users today as they hold back the number of groups a message can be sent to.  The messaging service is limiting user messaging in an attempt to cut down on spam, fake news, and misinformation on the platform.  The company has been updating its messenger to put a stop to false information being transferred through messages, as well as adding labels which indicate when a message has been forwarded.  But now Whatsapp is placing messages on hold if they are then forwarded onto other chats from the…

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Galaxy Note 9 release – Samsung may have given us our best look yet at new flagship

Samsung is set to unveil its Galaxy Note 9 on August 9 and now a photo of the smartphone has appeared online. The picture shows the Samsung CEO, DJ Koh, sat down using the S Pen on the new Galaxy Note 9. The photo, shared on Twitter, was taken at a Chinese media event. This suggests the leak was either a mistake or a planned leak. Judging from the quality of the picture and the location he chose to take it out, the latter seems likely. Beyond the picture, the…

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Google Chrome UPDATE: Users warned as huge browser change coming they may NOT like

Google Chrome fans have been put on alert about a huge update that they will soon be able to download. Google Chrome is undoubtedly the most popular internet browser in the world – and it doesn’t look like it will lose that crown anytime soon. In the first six months of this year Google Chrome had a staggering 62.04 per cent chunk of the internet browser market, according to NetMarketShare. Its nearest rival, the ageing Internet Explorer, had a 12.03 per cent share with Firefox behind on 10.41 per cent.…

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How bad is YOUR broadband? Speed League reveals how the UK lags behind

Britain’s broadband may be getting better but it seems we’re still well behind when it comes to average speeds. New research from cable.co.uk has revealed the latest Speed League for broadband with the UK outperformed by countries including Spain, Romania and Switzerland. In fact, the UK has actually slipped one place in the league and now comes 35th overall for speeds. Topping this year’s best broadband is Singapore with average speeds of 60.39Mbps. This is followed by Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Romania who all get to download files at over…

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