New App ‘Nanogram’ is a Telegram Client for Apple Watch

· Andrew Orr · Cool Stuff Found

Nanogram is a brand new Apple Watch app that acts as a Telegram client. Features: Send, receive, and see all your messages & notifications right from your wrist – even when you don’t have your phone around. Experience the freedom of going truly phone-less with just your Apple Watch, while staying connected to your friends & family. Also supports FlickType Swipe Keyboard, for faster & more private replies on the go (vs Scribble & Dictation, respectively). Nanogram does not collect any information. Requires Apple Watch Series 3 or later, running watchOS 7 or later.

New App ‘Nanogram’ is a Telegram Client for Apple Watch

Total War: WARHAMMER II - The Silence & The Fury Available for Mac

· Andrew Orr · Cool Stuff Found

Feral Interactive has announced that The Silence & The Fury, the final Lords Pack for Total War: WARHAMMER II, is out now for macOS. The Silence & The Fury introduces new Legendary Lords for the Lizardmen and the Beastmen, each leading their own factions with new characters and units, as well as unique gameplay mechanics and narrative objectives. A feature-packed free update to Total War: WARHAMMER II for macOS is also available today, including reworks to the Beastmen and Dwarfen factions, a new Dawi Legendary Lord, and the introduction of Ogre Mercenaries for Total War Access Members. A trailer can be watched on YouTube.

Total War: WARHAMMER II – The Silence & The Fury Available for Mac

iOS 15 Public Beta 4 Released for Apple Users

· Andrew Orr · Product News

iPadOS 15 public beta 4

A few days after seeding public beta 4 for developers running iOS 15 | iPadOS 15, public beta testers can now install the release.

Mozilla VPN Expands to Seven More Countries, Increases Price

· Andrew Orr · Link

Image of mozilla VPN showing features you can get with the service

Mozilla has added seven additional countries to its VPN service, and raises the price for new users.

Mozilla’s virtual private network (VPN) service has arrived in seven more countries, including Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Switzerland.

It will honor the $4.99 a month price for customers from the US, Canada, UK, Singapore, Malaysia, and New Zealand, who signed up already. But from now on that price will only be available for customers who sign up for a year. Otherwise the fee rises to $7.99 a month for a six month deal or $9.99 for a month of access.

Apple TV+: A Deep Dive into Amanda’s Mind in 'Lisey's Story'

· Charlotte Henry · Cool Stuff Found

A new ‘Deep Dive’ video looks at Joan Allen’s performance as Amanda Deboucher in Lisey’s Story as the character explores Boo’ya Moon. Author Stephen King, director Pablo Larrain, and Ms. Allen herself explain that the character’s voyage goes beyond the physical. Indeed, it may not actually be real. The clip also contains a sneak peek at episode four, which is out on Apple TV+.

Ukraine Authorities Seize Unencrypted Windscribe VPN Servers

· Andrew Orr · Link

Windscribe VPN

VPN provider Windscribe said its servers were not encrypted, enabling authorities to create decoy servers and snoop on web traffic.

The Ontario, Canada-based company said earlier this month that two servers hosted in Ukraine were seized as part of an investigation into activity that had occurred a year earlier. The servers, which ran the OpenVPN virtual private network software, were also configured to use a setting that was deprecated in 2018 after security research revealed vulnerabilities that could allow adversaries to decrypt data.

Oh come on, VPN servers that weren’t encrypted?

Exploring Night Mode on iPhone

· Charlotte Henry · Cool Stuff Found

In a new video, Today at Apple creative Landon teams up with photographer Maria Lax to explore Night mode on iPhone. They shoot, experiment, and edit a host of interesting pictures in the clip.

Twitter Tests New ‘Shop Module’ Feature for iOS Users

· Andrew Orr · Link

Twitter shop module

Twitter is piloting a new feature on Wednesday called Shop Module. It will let brands add a shopping section at the top of their profiles. The pilot is currently limited to iOS devices for people who use the service in English.

The Shop Module is a dedicated space at the top of a profile where businesses can showcase their products. When people visit a profile with the Shop Module enabled, they can scroll through the carousel of products and tap through on a single product to learn more and purchase — seamlessly in an in-app browser, without having to leave Twitter.