Michael Archambault

Michael Archambault

Michael Archambault is a technology blogger and photographer based out of Long Island, New York; he has worked for a variety of publications and networks including Mobile Nations, Amazon’s DPReview, PetaPixel, and LifeWire. Michael has also served numerous times as a guest correspondent on the BBC’s WorldNews service. Attracted by the magic of technology and the promise of the future, Michael enjoys channeling his passion through writing, finding delight in sharing technology with those around him.

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SwiftKey tips and tricks for Android and iOS

Customize your SwiftKey experience on iOS or Android so that it works best for YOU
Mobile

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra to sport 108MP camera, 1.5TB of storage

Is Samsung gearing up for a battle of the best mobile camera next month? The latest leaks show the next Galaxy flagship will have some monstrous specs.
Computing

Apple sends out invites for WWDC 2019, and unicorns are involved

Apple developers and fans alike look forward every year to the company's Worldwide Developers Conference, better known as WWDC. Apple has confirmed the conference will take place on June 3-7, and the company just sent out invites.
Computing

Microsoft says hackers were able to view Outlook.com emails

Microsoft's Outlook.com email platform saw a massive breach that caused confidential data to be accessed by hackers for months. It now appears the problem might have been much worse than initially thought, and worse than Microsoft admitted.
Computing

Apple may take Face ID to the next level, scan retinas for increased security

Apple might take Face ID to the next level in an upcoming device update as new patent filings show the company exploring retina scanning, which might bring an additional layer of security to the platform.
Computing

Apple to break apart iTunes in MacOS, introduce music, podcasts, and TV apps

With the next release of MacOS, Apple is rumored to distribute iTunes' multitude of tasks and features across separate apps including music, podcasts, and TV. The new applications will likely be based on Apple's Marzipan technology.