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US President Donald Trump Signs Executive Order To Expand America-First Offshore Drilling, But Industry Demand Is Low

U.S. President Donald Trump just signed an executive order to expand offshore drilling to areas that were previously off-limits, despite low industry demands. The move angered environmental groups, which plan to fight it in court.

Business Tech

Uber Android App Getting Revamped Privacy Settings With Easier Management And Account Deletion

Uber has announced a number of changes for its Android update, adding new privacy settings for more control and easier management. The update also makes it easier to delete your Uber account without having to go through support, so here's the deal.

Apps/Software

Sundar Pichai Collected $200 Million As Salary In 2016 While Google Cofounders Larry Page And Sergey Brin Took $1

Google CEO Sundar Pichai has earned $200 million as his compensation for 2016. His bosses, Sergey Brin and Larry Page earned only $1 as salary for their roles in Alphabet.

Google

Microsoft's Windows 10 Preview Build 16184 Released: My People Feature, Improvements, And More

Microsoft has rolled out the Windows 10 Preview Build 16184 for the PC. Aside from the fixes, it comes with the My People feature to let you stay in touch with friends and family more easily.

Apps/Software

Amazon To Stop Offering Free Android Apps, Ending 'Underground Actually Free' Program

Amazon has announced that it’s going to kill its Underground Actually Free Program by 2019. However, the company won’t restrict access to the program, at least not completely.

Apps/Software

Elon Musk Finally Reveals Plans For His Boring Company At Ted Conference [Video]

Elon Musk reveals what he wants his tunnel company to accomplish at a TED Talk. The Boring Company plans to solve Los Angeles traffic with a series of 3D tunnels.

Business Tech

Acer Expands 2-in-1 Lineup With Switch 3, Switch 5: Specs, Price, And Release Date

Acer has introduced two new additions to its 2-in-1 lineup. The powerhouse Switch 5 and the budget-friendly Switch 3 will both ship in June, detachable keyboard in tow.

Computers

Samsung Galaxy S8 Restarting Randomly: What's Causing The Problem And How To Fix It

Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ owners have reported that their smartphones are randomly restarting. What could be causing the problem, and what can affected users do to fix it?

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech

Amazon Downgraded As It Reaches Nearly $1,000 Per Share, This Is 'As Good As It Gets,' Says Pacific Crest

Amazon's stock surged to nearly $1,000 per share after the company posted its Q1 results, but it might've peaked already. Pacific Crest downgraded Amazon, saying that this is 'as good as it gets' for now.

Business Tech

Samsung Confirms Galaxy Note 8 Release Later This Year And It Should Be A Hit

Samsung spilled the beans in its recent financial report, confirming the Galaxy Note 8. The upcoming flagship is on track to launch in the second half of this year and Samsung is banking on its success to boost its overall performance.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 28, 2017

Google, Facebook Fall Victim To Long-Con Scam That Cost Them Over $100 Million

A crafty con artist managed to steal over $100 million using fake emails and invoices. The victim of his scam: Big tech companies Google and Facebook.

Security April 28, 2017

Here's What The Samsung Galaxy S8 Looks Like With A Clear Back Panel [Video]

Ever wondered how a Samsung Galaxy S8 looks like without its back panel? Watch the video to see how you can showcase the phone’s top-of-the-line internal parts.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 28, 2017

Alphabet Q1 2017 Financial Results: Google Parent Company Starts The Year Strong

Google’s parent company, Alphabet Inc., has published its earnings for the first quarter of the year. With a high increase in revenue coming from ads, Google is off to a strong start.

Google April 29, 2017

Facebook Acknowledges Propaganda Is Spreading On Its Platform, Outlines Plan To Stop It

Fake news and propaganda have been plaguing the internet, especially Facebook. But the biggest social media company is actively working to put an end to these so-called 'information operations.'

Internet April 28, 2017

Lexus SUV Spotted Testing Apple's Self-Driving Software

Leaked images revealed Apple is testing its self-driving software on the Californian streets. A white Lexus RX450h SUV with several radars and camera equipment attached was visible in the leaked pictures.

Car Tech April 28, 2017

PlayStation Had Its Best Year With 20M PS4 Units Shipped, But Sony Predicts A Decline

Sony's PlayStation registered its best year ever, with the PS4 shipping 20 million units for an impressive total of 60 million. For the current fiscal year, however, Sony predicts a decline in PS4 shipments.

Business Tech April 28, 2017

Microsoft's Q3 FY17 Earnings Report Shows Azure, Office, And Windows Revenues Go Up, While Surface Goes Down

Microsoft has now released its earnings report for Q3 2017. The results suggest that while the company is successful in its Intelligent Cloud business, it needs to brush up on its Surface efforts.

Microsoft April 28, 2017

Acer Unveils New Gaming Laptops Predator Triton 700, Predator Helios 300: Specs, Price, And Release Date

Acer has gone all out to take over the gaming laptop scene with the new Predator Triton 700 and Predator Helios 300. Here are the specs, price, and release date of the two upcoming beasts.

Computers April 28, 2017

Google Pixel And Pixel XL May Not Get Android Update After October 2018

Google revealed in its support forum that its Pixel and Pixel XL devices may stop receiving Android updates post October 2018. The smartphones may not receive any security updates after October 2019.

Google April 28, 2017

New iPhone 8 Leaked Schematic Shows Qi-Based Wireless Charging

Previous rumors say the Apple iPhone 8 will feature wireless charging, but none has been able to elaborate on exactly what type of technology Apple will use for the feature. A new schematic leak might shed light on that.

Apple April 27, 2017

Samsung Galaxy S8 Red Tint Fix Starts Rolling Out: South Korean Users First To Receive The Update

The Samsung Galaxy S8 red tint fix is now available to users in South Korea. Considering the development, the update should begin rolling out to other markets soon.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 27, 2017

Uber's Anthony Levandowski Steps Down As Self-Driving Chief As Waymo Lawsuit Intensifies

Uber’s head of self-driving, Anthony Levandowski, is stepping away from LiDAR-related work, according to his email to employees. The move is the latest in Google and Uber’s high-profile legal battle.

Business Tech April 27, 2017

Southwest Airlines Promises No More Overbooked Flights: Change Can Happen As Soon As Next Month

Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly said that the company will soon end the practice of overbooking flights. According to spokeswoman Brandy King, the move could happen as soon as May 8.

Business Tech April 27, 2017

Nintendo Switch Sales Revealed And It's A Hit: 2.74M Units Sold Already, 10M Expected Next Year

Nintendo released its earnings report for FY2016 and the Switch console is off to a strong start. Nintendo reports 2.74 million Switch units sold already and expects to sell 10 million units next year.

Business Tech April 27, 2017

Samsung Posts Best Quarterly Profits Since 2013, Expects Strong Q2 Riding On Galaxy S8 Success

Samsung reported its strongest quarterly results since 2013, fueled by its lucrative semiconductor business. Looking ahead, the company expects strong Q2 results as well, riding on the Galaxy S8 success.

Business Tech April 28, 2017

iPhone 8 Leaked Schematic Shows No Touch ID At The Back: Real Or Fake?

A schematic of the rumored iPhone 8 surfaced online. The leaked image showed the presence of a vertically aligned dual camera along with a wide circular area at the back of the device, but no Touch ID placement.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 27, 2017

Google Experiments With Pixel, Nexus Low-Light Photography: Clean Shots In Dark Conditions Could Be Possible Soon

A Google researcher experimented with night photography using the phones Nexus and Pixel. Though it was a side project, the possibility of a future low-light photography app is not far-fetched.

Google April 27, 2017

The New Amazon Echo Look Camera Is A Good Product But Here's Why We Will Not Buy It

Amazon has introduced a new fashion buddy in the form of Echo Look. Before you click that 'Buy' button, consider this.

Smart Home April 27, 2017

Microsoft Urges Users To Hold Off On Manually Installing Windows 10 Creators Update

Windows 10 Creators Update is already up for download for newer devices. However, Microsoft advises everyone to postpone manual installation of the update until it is automatically offered to all.

Microsoft April 27, 2017

'Family Guy: Another Freakin’ Mobile Game' Releases For iOS And Android

JamCity unveiled its new game titled 'Family Guy: Another Freakin' Mobile Game' for the Android and iOS platforms. The game is based on the Family Guy franchise and features a match-3 puzzle format.

Apps/Software April 27, 2017

Galaxy Note 7 Lives Again: Samsung To Sell Refurbished Units In South Korea With Smaller Battery, Price Cut

Samsung will sell refurbished units of the controversial Galaxy Note 7 in South Korea by the end of June. The smartphone will carry a different name and will have a significant price cut.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 27, 2017

Google Updates Gboard For Android With New Text Editing Mode And Support For More Languages

Gboard has received support for more languages, a new text editing mode, and more customization options via the latest update. In other words, Google has made typing on a smartphone a whole deal easier.

Apps/Software April 27, 2017

Samsung's In-Traffic Reply App Is The Company's Solution To Prevent Distracted Driving

Distracted driving is a growing problem, especially as the number of people who use smartphones while driving increases. Here’s how Samsung plans to fix that with its upcoming app called In-Traffic Reply.

Apps/Software April 27, 2017

Google Trips Update Adds Features To Let You Take Vacations Better

Google has updated its travel buddy app, Trips, with new features that make planning trips easier. Here are the new things you can do with the app.

Apps/Software April 27, 2017

Google Assistant On Google Home Can Now Help You In The Kitchen

Google announced that its Google Home speaker would be able to recite recipes to users while they are cooking. The company revealed that the smart speaker supports over 5 million recipes from various popular cookery sites.

Google April 27, 2017

Uber Makes It Easier For Riders To Check Their Ratings: Will This Reduce Bad Behavior By Passengers?

Uber has tweaked its rating system to make it easier for riders to check their ratings. The move is meant to remind passengers that they are also being rated by drivers, which should make them hold back on bad behavior.

Apps/Software April 27, 2017

Samsung Galaxy S8 Home Button Won't Have AMOLED Burn-In Problems: Here's Why

While Samsung’s newest flagships feature gorgeous Super AMOLED displays, they’re prone to frustrating burn-in problems. Here’s how Samsung managed to solve that with the Galaxy S8.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 27, 2017

Amazon Echo Look Will Let Alexa Help You Look Your Best Every Day, But It Raises Privacy Concerns

The Amazon Echo Look has gone official, and it'll give you the fashion advice that'll help you look your best every day. However, it does raise some privacy concerns.

Smart Home April 26, 2017

Instagram Reaches 700 Million Active Users, Beats Twitter's 328 Million

Instagram has now reached 700 million users, miles ahead of Twitter’s and Snapchat’s user base. The strategy behind the growth of the photo-messaging service is upsetting Snapchat’s own growth.

Apps/Software April 27, 2017

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