Thousands of stylish themes, fonts and wallpapers. Personalizing the appearance of the smartphone interface is one of the few methods to ensure that the equipment used on a daily basis does not provide us with the visual aspect. Changing the wallpaper, lock screen, changing icons, or changing the font are things that most people do … Read moreHuawei smartphone themes are breaking popularity records – it doesn't surprise me at all
Is the revolution coming? Facebook is probably associated with many people only with social networks. However, it is worth taking a look at the other side of the American giant's activity, where the hardware department is developing dynamically. The company owns the Oculus brand that produces VR goggles and has been creating intelligent Portal displays … Read moreFacebook doesn't want Android on its equipment. The company will create its own software
In December 2018, NASA's OSIRIS-REx probe finally reached its target – the Bennu asteroid. Soon after, a probe discovered that this is the case with this asteroid unusual activity. It turned out that Bennu shoots rock particles from its surface. While this behavior is completely normal for comets, asteroids that also display them are extremely … Read moreThe Bennu asteroid "shoots" rocks and even NASA doesn't know why
A trick you don't know. Many of you use various office packages on a daily basis. They certainly lead the way Microsoft Office and LibreOffice, but I bet they are among the readers of Instalki will also be found Google Docs enthusiasts. This is what I wanted to show you a trick whose existence you … Read moreWhy does Google Sheets have this feature and Excel still doesn't ?!
This is illustrated by a new statement on the Paris Agreement. On December 12, 2015, at a Paris climate conference, 195 countries adopted the first-ever universal, almost binding global climate agreement, the so-called Paris Agreement. As part of this agreement, a global action plan was set up to protect humanity from the threat of extreme … Read moreClimate change doesn't bother Facebook and Amazon. Yes, other companies
What do you say? Criticizing any deficiencies in Revolut in the Polish corner of the Internet is extremely risky, as clearly demonstrated by my entry about things that annoy me in Revolt. Reading comments on some Internet users it is easy to come to the conclusion that Revolut is some untouchable holinessthat you can't point … Read moreRevolut is starting to share your data for advertising purposes today – it doesn't need permission
A few days ago Bethesda seriously upset Fallout 76 players – introducing the horrendously expensive Fallout 1st subscription to the game offering things that should really be available for free. As it turns out now, the content of this subscription is another disaster on the long list of disasters players in Fallout 76 encountered. Recall … Read moreBethesda, as usual, in shape – what Fallout 76 1st subscription was supposed to offer just … doesn't work
This is just one of many useful functions. Desktop version of the browser Vivaldi 2.8 is available for download around the middle of September. A tool designed by the co-founder of Opera and based on the Chromium engine really gives a lot of good arguments to check its possibilities. One of the strongest is integrated … Read moreWhy doesn't every browser have a tool like Vivaldi 2.8 ?!
Watch out for fake emails. The Lidl brand was used by cybercriminals in a sophisticated phishing attack. Internet users received a fake email last weekend confirming receipt of the alleged gift from a discount in the form Samsung Galaxy S9 and iPhone X. Message eventually directs you to the surveyby phishing user sensitive information including … Read moreNo, LIDL doesn't give out phones. Don't be fooled – this is another phishing attack