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Fionna Agomuoh

Fionna Agomuoh

Computing Writer

Fionna Agomuoh is a technology journalist with over a decade of experience writing about various consumer electronics topics.

In addition to computing, she specializes in smartphones and the Android operating system. She runs the blog where she primarily follows these topics.

Fionna's freelance work is published at,,,,,,, and She has also previously worked on staff at Newsweek Media Group, and Business Insider.

Fionna lives in Brooklyn, New York where she enjoys exploring the city, finding new cocktail lounges, and planning her next trips.


The Surface Pro 9 in laptop mode on a table.

This might be a big year for the Surface after all

There are several Microsoft devices already set to release in 2024 as the post-Panos Panay era begins.
The Dell XPS 14 on a table.

Windows 12 may force a major change for new PCs

Microsoft says computers will need way more memory to be considered an AI PC in Windows 12.
Google Chrome incognito mode screenshot

Here’s yet another reminder that Incognito Mode doesn’t protect your data

If you ever had a question about what Incognito Mode means in Google Chrome, this update will spell it out for you.
ChatGPT versus Google on smartphones.

Researchers just unlocked ChatGPT

Researchers have developed a jailbreak process for AI chatbots that teaches each other's large language models and diverts commands against banned topics. 
Google Labs landing page

How to generate AI art right in Google Search

Google's in search AI image feature tool is surprisingly easy to use.
Funko Pop! prompt in Microsoft Designer.

How to create a Funko Pop! of yourself using AI

The internet is having fun with the latest AI trend that allows you to create a Funko Pop! figurine of yourself in Microsoft Designer.
A person sits in front of a laptop. On the laptop screen is the home page for OpenAI's ChatGPT artificial intelligence chatbot.

Here’s why people are claiming GPT-4 just got way better

ChatGPT enthusiasts are certain they are using a leaked GPT 4.5 update after seeing vast improvements to the language model following months of complaints.
A Qualcomm demo laptop with a slide showing performance comparisons.

Qualcomm claims its new chips are 21% faster than Apple’s M3

Qualcomm has tested its Oyron CPU in the Snapdragon X Elite chip against Apple's M3 chip and claims that its new chip outperforms the latest ARM-architecture.
A 23andMe kit

The 23andMe data breach just keeps getting scarier

The 23andMe breach has the potential to change how leaked information is used on the internet and could affect individuals in the future.
Windows 11 and Windows 10 operating system logos are displayed on laptop screens.

Microsoft plans to charge for Windows 10 updates in the future

Microsoft will soon charge to maintain security updates on Windows 10.
Windows 10 desktop showing task view.

Windows 11 may replace a favorite shortcut with more AI

Microsoft wants to make Windows 11 more AI-enabled behind the scenes by killing a beloved shortcut in its developer preview in favor of a Copilot shortcut.
OpenAI announced its latest iteration of ChatGPT with greater accuracy and creativity.

Here’s why people are saying GPT-4 is getting ‘lazy’

The GPT-4 language model is struggling to complete queries to users' satisfaction and many have taken to social media to complain.
Image being animated with RunwayML motion brush

This new AI animation tool is blowing people’s minds

The AI research company, Runway lets you beef up your generative AI images with its new Motion Brush that's a part of its latest update.
A finger pressing on a fingerprint reader on a laptop.

Windows may have a serious security problem on its hands

Researchers have discovered flaws in biometric sensors on Windows Hello laptops that make them easy to hack.
An open MacBook Pro on a table.

The MacBook Pro we all want is still many years away

Apple might be on the road to an OLED touchscreen MacBook Pro, in a few years.
A person sits in front of a laptop. On the laptop screen is the home page for OpenAI's ChatGPT artificial intelligence chatbot.

Here’s why you can’t sign up for ChatGPT Plus right now

ChatGPT Plus has been down for nearly week. Here are some of the details as to why the paid service remains inaccessible to users.
Magic Mouse next to a Mac keyboard on a desk.

The Magic Mouse has been fixed, but not by Apple

This fix for Apple's Magic Mouse might be the most successful one yet.
Sandisk Extreme Pro SSD.

Western Digital responds to claims that SanDisk SSD failures have design flaw

SanDisk's parent company has been facing lawsuits over several failed SSDs. Now, researchers have discovered that is issue is not in the firmware.
A vision of Meta's metaverse in the work setting.

The case for XR at work isn’t going away just yet

VR/XR might finally take off with the help of the enterprise space, with many everyday people getting their first taste of virtual reality at work.
Windows 11 set up on a computer.

Windows 11 might finally reverse course on preinstalled applications

A new Windows 11 Insider Preview Build includes a feature that will allow users to uninstall select applications from the operating system.
Edit Widgets screen on a MacBook on a desk.

Will my computer automatically update for daylight saving time?

Check out these solutions you can try if you're having trouble with your Windows or Mac automatically updating for daylight saving time.
A closeup of the Lenovo logo on the lid of a laptop.

The ‘AI PC’ is coming for you, whether you like it or not

Executives from Lenovo and AMD give their thoughts on what defines an AI PC and how soon consumers can see it on the market.
A slide from a Lenovo press event talking about the AI Twin.

Lenovo wants to create your own personal ‘AI twin’

Lenovo showcased a concept that would let users regain control it their data when using AI.
Person using Windows 11 laptop on their lap by the window.

Surprise: Windows 11 is doing much better than we thought

Microsoft's relaxed rollout strategy for Windows 11 has yielded more hopeful results as the system bit half a billion users ahead of schedule.
A Snapdragon 7C processor held between fingers.

Qualcomm finally has an answer for Apple’s M2 coming to PCs

Qualcomm has confirmed is 2024 PC chips will be called Snapdragon X, featuring the Oryon CPU.
Microsoft OneDrive files can sync between a PC and a phone

Microsoft admits defeat on its controversial OneDrive change

Microsoft has backtracked on plans to double charge its data quota for images in OneDrive after criticism from users.
Surface Laptop Studio 2 sitting on a table.

Windows 11 adoption is slowing, and we finally know why

Researchers explain why it's necessary for business to start updating to Windows 11.
A hacker typing on an Apple MacBook laptop while holding a phone. Both devices show code on their screens.

Double-check that job posting — hackers are spreading malware through them

A new phishing scam is using Indeed emails and Microsoft 365 login pages to dupe unsuspecting executives.
Gmail icon on an Android phone.

Google could kill Gmail spam with an upcoming major update

Google Workspace has plans to beef up the security within Gmail for power users in the coming year.
ChatGPT app running on an iPhone.

ChatGPT: the latest news, controversies, and tips you need to know

The ChatGPT chatbot by OpenAI is taking the world by storm. Here's how to use it and everything you need to know about AI text generation with GPT.
A person typing on a laptop that is showing the ChatGPT generative AI website.

ChatGPT’s new upgrade finally breaks the text barrier

The AI brand announced on Monday it will be making its images and voice features available to ChatGPT Plus and Enterprise users.
Google Drive in Chrome on a MacBook.

I finally upgraded my Google One storage. Here’s why I might never do it again

I spent years deciding whether I wanted to upgrade my Google One storage capacity. Here's why I might never do it again.
HP Spectre Foldable PC in several modes.

HP’s new foldable PC is a dream — except for one glaring problem

HP's foldable PC is gearing up to be the smallest and thinnest on the market. The question is if you can stomach its price.
Microsoft Teams

Hackers are sending malware through seemingly innocent Microsoft Teams messages

Microsoft Teams is subject to a new phishing malware that disguises itself as a convincing notice about company vacation time.