Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Might Have An In-Display Fingerprint Sensor After All

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 might come with an in-display fingerprint sensor, contradicting earlier reports suggesting it wasn’t planning to. The company is reportedly still trying to work out a proper implementation.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech

Snap Unveils ‘Map Explore’ Feature For Easier Stalking: Here’s How It Works

The new Map Explore feature in Snapchat allows users to see what their friends are up to in real-time. It is an extension of Snap Map, which was launched last year.


Instagram Finally Tweaks Its Feed Algorithm So You Can See Newer Posts

After years of complaints, Instagram is finally introducing changes to its newsfeed that’ll highlight newer posts. However, don’t expect a complete reversion to the old chronological algorithm.


Toyota Suspends Self-Driving Car Program After Uber Crash Kills Woman

After the death of the first pedestrian caused by a self-driving car, Toyota is suspending its self-driving car program. This death is currently rocking the car industry.

Car Tech

Police Release Video Of Uber Self-Driving Car Crash That Killed A Woman

Police in Arizona has released the footage of the fatal Uber self-driving car crash that killed a woman. The self-driving car failed to stop in time.

Car Tech March 22, 2018

Sorry, You Might No Longer Be Able To Buy Huawei Phones From Best Buy

Huawei has been having some troubles in the United States according to recent reports, and it's not over. Best Buy is reportedly dropping Huawei phones, phasing them out over the next few weeks.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 22, 2018

You Can Now Have Admin Privileges In A Messenger Group Chat

Facebook Messenger has been updated to include admin privileges. Group chat admin can now approve new members, remove them, and promote them to admin status.

Apps/Software March 22, 2018

YouTube Will Place More Ads In Music Videos To Nudge You Into Paying For Its Streaming Service

YouTube will soon launch a music streaming service, its answer to Spotify and Apple Music. How does it plan on attracting converting free users into subscribers? Bombarding them with ads, of course.

Internet March 22, 2018

Mark Zuckerberg Finally Breaks Silence On The Cambridge Analytica Scandal: Will This Apology Be Enough?

Mark Zuckerberg has issued a statement on the latest scandal that has been plaguing Facebook. Zuckerberg had been silent since the news about Cambridge Analytica broke out recently.

Apps/Software March 21, 2018

OnePlus 6 Rumored To Offer 256 GB Storage With 8 GB RAM At Half The Price Of The iPhone X

Rumors claims that the OnePlus 6 will offer up to 256 GB of internal storage and 8 GB of RAM at half the price of the iPhone X. It looks like the OnePlus 6 will be much better than the OnePlus 5T.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 22, 2018

Android 8.0 Oreo Update Now Available For AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, And Verizon Galaxy S8

AT&T just announced the availability of Android 8.0 Oreo for its network-locked Samsung Galaxy S8. Meanwhile, Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile subscribers got their updates earlier.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 21, 2018

Huawei P20 Pro Rumored To Feature 40-Megapixel Rear Shooter, Which Is Only 1 Of Its 3 Rear Cameras

The Huawei P20 Pro will sport a 40-megapixel rear camera alongside a telephoto lens and a monochrome sensor. Huawei is expected to unveil the P20 Pro, alongside two other P-series phones, on March 27.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 21, 2018

HTC Reveals Midrange Desire 12 And Desire 12 Plus, Complete With ‘Liquid Surface’ Design

HTC has unveiled two new midrange phones: the Desire 12 and the Desire 12 Plus. The devices won’t win any specs competitions, but they are still gorgeous-looking handsets.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 21, 2018

TCL's Affordable 6-Series Roku TVs Are Coming On May 1

With a May 1 release date, TCL issues a press release on what to expect from its 6-Series lineup. The new televisions boast HDR technology, Dolby Vision, and more.

Gadgets March 21, 2018

Facebook And Cambridge Analytica, Explained: Should You Join The #DeleteFacebook Movement?

Facebook finds itself in a massive scandal over supposedly lax privacy measures that allowed political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica to acquire and retain personal data from the social network. Meanwhile, the #DeleteFacebook movement is now gaining steam.

Security March 21, 2018

After The Latest Scandal, It's Time To Quit Facebook: How To Delete Your Account

Facebook's latest scandal makes it clear that it has way too much information to be left alone. Many users are opting to delete their accounts altogether, and here's how to delete it.

Internet March 20, 2018

Google Is Trying To Take On Amazon Via Product Placements On Google Search

Google is going to debut Shopping Actions, which will allow U.S. retailers to pay Google for their products to be featured in Search results. The new feature could create competition for Amazon.

Google March 20, 2018

Google Play Instant Lets You Try Games Before Downloading And Installing

Google has announced Google Play Instant, a way to try game demos without installing the full version. The new feature, which is based off Instant Apps, will become available in a matter of months.

Apps/Software March 20, 2018

Self-Driving Uber Car Kills Pedestrian, Raising Questions About Safety Of Autonomous Cars

An Uber self-driving car has killed a woman in Tempe, Arizona, one of the ride-hailing company’s testing locations for a driverless future. The tragic accident comes as a reminder that self-driving cars aren’t 100 percent safe yet.

Car Tech March 20, 2018

HTC Vive Pro VR Headset Preorders Now Open For $799, While Vive Price Drops To $499

Preorders for the HTC Vive Pro are now open for $799 each, with the highly anticipated VR headsets to start shipping on April 5. Meanwhile, the price of the HTC Vive has been further dropped to $499.

Gadgets March 20, 2018

If You Love Old Android Apps, Android P Doesn't

Documents for the developer build of Android P confirmed that older Google Play Store apps will be blocked. The notes listed that the minimum requirement should be compatibility with Android Jellybean 4.2 or higher.

Google March 20, 2018

Galaxy S9 Is Struggling Against The S8 In South Korea: Here's Probably Why

A new report revealed that the market performance of the Samsung Galaxy S9 is struggling in its home country of South Korea. Surprisingly, its sales are lower than that of the Galaxy s8 for several reasons.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 19, 2018

iPhone And Apple Watch Calling 911 On Their Own: Here's How To Prevent Emergency SOS Accidents

Emergency SOS, introduced in iOS 11, may be a lifesaver, but it may also place iPhone and Apple Watch owners in embarrassing situations. Here's how to prevent the feature from calling 911 on its own.

Apple March 19, 2018

Google Pixel 2 XL Promo: Buy From The Google Store, Get $200 Back And Free 18W Charger

The Google Store is offering the Pixel 2 XL with a $200 rebate and a free 18W charger. Here's how to avail the promotion, and how much time there is left to do so.

Google March 19, 2018

Apple Reportedly Manufacturing Its Own MicroLED Displays, Which Are Harder To Make Than OLEDs

Suppliers have ample reason to worry about Apple’s next move. The Cupertino company is reportedly developing its own MicroLED in-house for its future products, which could cause a seismic shift in the smartphone industry.

Apple March 19, 2018

Google Adds Swipe-Up-To-Unlock Feature On Android Auto For Less Distracted Driving

Some users are seeing a new feature on Android Auto that allows them to unlock the phone by swiping up. It appears Google is striking a balance between preventing distracted driving and giving drivers convenient access to certain features.

Google March 19, 2018

Microsoft Apparently Forcing Windows 10 Users To Open Edge Via Mail Links

Microsoft has done several steps in the past to convince people that its Edge browser is better than the others. Now, however, it’s basically forcing Edge onto Windows 10 users.

Microsoft March 17, 2018

Budget Android Go Phones Alcatel 1X And 3V To Be Released In The US

Alcatel is releasing two of its new phones in the United States. They’re the 1X and 3V, with the 1X being one of the first Android Go phones in the market.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 17, 2018

Google Photos For iOS Adds Google Lens: Here's How The Feature Will Make Your Life Easier

Google Lens has started to roll out to the iOS version of Google Photos. The feature, which is powered by Google's AI image recognition technology, will make life easier for iPhone owners.

Apps/Software March 17, 2018

Amazon Rolls Out Alexa Brief Mode For Echo Owners Who Want Less Words And More Beeps

Amazon Echo owners discovered that Brief Mode for Alexa has quietly started rolling out. If the feature is activated, the digital assistant will replace simple voice responses with a beep tone.

Apps/Software March 17, 2018

Lyft Is Trying To Be The Netflix Of Ride-Hailing Services: Monthly Subscription Plans Start At $199

Lyft wants its customers to think of ride-hailing as a streaming service. The company is experimenting with monthly subscription plans for those who ride Lyft a lot.

Apps/Software March 16, 2018

Cut The Bloat Out: Facebook Lite Is Coming To The US And Other Developed Countries

Facebook is bringing Facebook Lite to developed countries, including the United States. The app is a stripped-down variant of the main one that cuts down on bloat and leaves the user with bare essentials.

Apps/Software March 16, 2018

Intel Reveals Its Plans To Fix Spectre And Meltdown Issues

According to Intel's latest report, it distributed all of the software fixes to combat Spectre and Meltdown. The company confirmed that its next batch of processors will integrate security measures.

Computers March 16, 2018

Google Maps Is Now Wheelchair-Friendly: Here’s How To Find Wheelchair Accessible Routes

Google Maps now accommodates people with disabilities by adding the ability to see which routes are wheelchair accessible. It’s rolling out initially to several cities with busy transits and large city centers.

Apps/Software March 17, 2018

2019 Kia Sorento Gets A Starting Price Of $25,990

The latest Kia Sorrento is Priced at $25,990 for the base model, as revealed by the manufacturer. The 2019 version comes with several trim options that can be customized upon order.

Car Tech March 16, 2018

Android Wear Renamed To Wear OS By Google: More Changes To Follow, Hopefully

Google has officially rebranded Android Wear into Wear OS, confirming previously reported rumors. Fans of the wearable operating system are hoping that the name change will lead to more attention for the software, and maybe even a Google-made smartwatch.

Google March 16, 2018

Ford Recalls 1.4 Million Cars Because Their Steering Wheels Could Fall Off

Ford is recalling more than 1.4 million cars because of a crucial defect that could cost lives. Two models made by Ford are known to have the defect.

Car Tech March 15, 2018

Nest Video Doorbell And Smart Lock Start Shipping, New Temperature Sensor Goes Up For Pre-Order

The Nest Hello video doorbell and Nest x Yale smart lock started shipping, with the latter being also available in a bundle with Nest Connect. A new Nest Temperature Sensor, meanwhile, is now available for pre-order at $39.

Smart Home March 16, 2018

SteamVR's Auto-Resolution Feature To Adjust VR Experience To Your GPU

Valve confirmed that SteamVR will feature an auto-resolution option for users. The setting will automatically detect the GPU's capability and adjust the VR headset's resolution accordingly.

Apps/Software March 15, 2018

Google Opens Up Its Maps Platform So More Developers Can Make Real-World Games Like ‘Pokémon GO’

The next best location-based game after ‘Pokémon GO’ may finally be coming. Google has now opened up its Maps platform to developers and is launching a special software development kit for good measure.

Google March 15, 2018

Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ Unveiled: This $35 PC Now Has A Faster Processor And Dual-Band Wi-Fi

The Raspberry Pi Foundation has now released the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+, a slight but important upgrade over the 2016 model. It features a faster CPU, faster Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2, and more.

Computers March 15, 2018

Twitter Reportedly Working On A New Feature To Rival Snapchat

In a bid to lure in more advertisers, Twitter is reportedly going to launch a feature similar to the Discover tab on Snapchat. The move will also play a key role in attracting younger audiences.

Apps/Software March 15, 2018

AI Behind Google Pixel 2's Portrait Mode Becomes Open-Source Code

Google recently confirmed via its research blog that the software behind the Pixel 2's portrait mode is now available to the public. The open-source code is intended to help developers improve the framework and more.

Google March 15, 2018

Google Experiments With Light Fields For A More Realistic Virtual Reality Experience

The importance of realism when it comes to virtual reality has long been established. Google wants to take it even further with its light fields research to reproduce proper reflections and more into the VR space.

Google March 16, 2018

Samsung Galaxy Smartphone Repair Service No Longer Lags Behind Apple

Samsung Galaxy smartphone owners may now easily avail of same-day repairs for their devices. Samsung teamed up with uBreakiFix for the service, which eliminates the advantage that Apple had with its Apple Stores.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 15, 2018

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