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The iPhone 9 Supply Will Not Be Dragged Down By Face ID Components: Good News For Apple

The iPhone X supply shortage has been well-chronicled, and attributed to issues with Face ID components. According to famed Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, next year's iPhone models will not suffer from the same problem.

TECH October 30, 2017

Google Put An Easter Egg Mini Game In The Pixel 2 That'll Get You Squeezing Your Phone

The Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL have a mini-game Easter egg related to Active Edge. From the look of things, Google wants you to have fun giving your phone a good squeeze.

TECH October 30, 2017

Google Pixel 2 Problems Continue With Android Auto Crashing Randomly: Here's What You Can Do

Another Google Pixel 2 problem has surfaced, this time involving the Android Auto platform. Reports claim that the system keeps crashing randomly when the Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL is connected to a vehicle.

TECH October 30, 2017

You Can Get An Essential PH-1 For Just $299: Here's What You Need

The Essential PH-1 or Essential Phone is available for just $299, but you're going to have to jump through a few hoops to get it at that price.

TECH October 29, 2017

Early iPhone X Videos, Images Give A Glimpse Of What To Expect From Apple's 'Future Of The Smartphone'

Apple fans everywhere can now get a close look at the highly anticipated iPhone X by way of early packaging and unboxing images and videos.

TECH October 29, 2017

Amazon’s Cheapest Kindle Will Soon Have Audible Support, But There’s A Catch

Owners of Amazon’s cheapest Kindle will soon be able to enjoy audiobooks on their device. Amazon has now confirmed that Audible support will arrive for its entry-level e-reader in the coming months.

TECH October 30, 2017

The Google Cheeseburger Emoji Debate Is Ripping Up The Internet: Here's What It's All About

A debate involving the Google cheeseburger emoji has started ripping up the internet. Here's what the fuss is all about, and how you can join in on the fun like Google CEO Sundar Pichai did.

TECH October 29, 2017

Apple Engineer Fired After Daughter's iPhone X Hands-On Video Goes Viral

An Apple engineer has just been fired after his daughter uploaded an exclusive hands-on video of the iPhone X. Apple really hates leaks, especially if it’s about a flagship phone that’s yet to be released.

TECH October 30, 2017

Twitter Plans To Prevent Revenge Porn With Stricter Policies, But Will It Work?

It's no secret that Twitter has become toxic. So many inappropriate activities take place on the site, especially revenge porn, but Twitter has now promised it will improve that with more aggressive policies.

TECH October 28, 2017

Pixel 2 XL Records Poor Audio Quality When Shooting Videos, Users Complain

If you've noticed poor audio quality on your Pixel 2 XL's recorded videos, then you're not alone. Other users are going through the same thing, from ringing sounds to problematic background audio.

TECH October 29, 2017

iPhone X Screen Repair To Cost $279, Out-Of-Warranty Damage $549: Why You Need AppleCare+

Apple is going to charge you $279 to replace the screen of your iPhone X or $549 for damage outside the warranty, but AppleCare+ will bring those down to $29 and $99 respectively.

TECH October 27, 2017

Best Buy Is Charging $100 More For An iPhone X, Says It’s Because Of Flexibility

Best Buy is selling the iPhone X for $100 more than its original retail price but only for customers who want to pay for the device upfront. Those who’ll opt for an installment plan will get it without added costs.

TECH October 28, 2017

WhatsApp Now Lets You ‘Undo’ Messages Sent By Mistake, Saving You From Potential Embarrassment

WhatsApp users can now delete messages seven minutes after sending them, preventing potentially awkward things from happening. However, the app’s new delete feature includes plenty of caveats to keep in mind.

TECH October 29, 2017

Hackers Can Use iOS Apps With Camera Access To Spy On iPhone Owners

A security researcher discovered that hackers can abuse iOS permissions to have apps secretly take pictures and record videos using the iPhone's cameras. How can you protect yourself against this new iOS privacy problem?

TECH October 29, 2017

The Instagram Superzoom Feature Is Hilariously Fun: Here's How It Works

The new Instagram Superzoom feature allows users to easily create Dramatic Chipmunk-style videos. Here's how to make your own Superzoom videos, which will likely flood Instagram Stories over the next few weeks.

TECH October 27, 2017

Startup Creates Deep Learning Algorithm That Can Crack CAPTCHAs: Robots One Step Closer To Thinking Like Humans

Artificial intelligence startup Vicarious just published details about an algorithm model that can crack CAPTCHAs. The company has grander ambitions than making robots capable of tricking websites they’re human, though.

TECH October 27, 2017

iPhone X Pronunciation: How Apple Wants You To Say It (Hint: It's Not 'Ex')

There's a slight chance you might be pronouncing 'iPhone X' wrong. From the look of things, it's not called the iPhone 'ex' at all, according to Apple.

TECH October 27, 2017

Microsoft Is Developing A Foldable ‘Andromeda’ Tablet That Could Launch Next Year: Why You Should Care

Microsoft could reenter the mobile landscape with an entirely new type of device. The company is reportedly making a foldable tablet that’ll run Windows 10 and focus on digital pen and inking.

TECH October 27, 2017

Google Stubbornly Defends The Pixel 2 XL’s Screen But Promises Updates To Fix Burn-In Issues

Google has now addressed reports of Pixel 2 XL burn-in issues, which have been plaguing the phone ever since it was released. The company plans to release a software update for what’s possibly a hardware problem.

TECH October 27, 2017

Google Pixelbook Review Roundup: A Great Yet Highly Overpriced Chromebook

The new Google Pixelbook is, on paper, an excellent Chromebook and productivity machine thanks of its excellent hardware and promising software. But is the asking price just too hard to justify?

TECH October 27, 2017

Facebook Workplace Now Used By 30,000 Organizations, Gets Its Own Desktop Chat App

Facebook is now boasting about having 30,000 organizations on Facebook Workplace, its own take on Slack launched a year ago. The business is growing, but can it outpace competitors?

TECH October 27, 2017

Here's What You Need To Know About The Ransomware Bad Rabbit

As the third major ransomware outbreak of the year, Bad Rabbit has infected organizations across Russia and other countries in Eastern Europe, demanding 0.05 Bitcoin or about $285 to decrypt locked-up files.

TECH October 26, 2017

Social Robot Jibo Now On Sale For $899 After Massive Delay: How Is It Different From The Amazon Echo?

Three years after an Indiegogo campaign that raised over $3.6 million, the social robot Jibo is now on sale for $899. How is it different from the Amazon Echo, and is it really worth that price tag?

TECH October 26, 2017

Verizon Won't Throttle Video On Your Unlimited Plan If You Pay An Extra $10 A Month

Sick of Verizon throttling the video quality in your unlimited data plan? Well, you now have the option to lift those restrictions. You just have to pay $10 extra each month per line.

TECH October 26, 2017

Pixel 2 XL Suffers From Major Display Issues: Here Are Some Alternatives To Consider

The Pixel 2 XL is plagued with a serious burn-in issue, among other things. At that, here are some alternatives to it, including one from LG, one from HTC, and one from Google.

TECH October 26, 2017

Amazon Wants To Let Couriers Into Your Home While You’re Away: ‘Amazon Key’ Service Explained

There’s a new delivery service for Prime members called Amazon Key that lets courier personnel into your home to drop the packages while you’re away. Convenient or downright creepy?

TECH October 26, 2017

Apple Bets On Family-Friendly Shows Rather Than Edgy Original Programming: Is This The Right Move?

Apple is trying to kickstart its own video streaming service with safe, family-friendly shows. That means there will be no nudity or violence in its initial lineup of original shows, unlike Netflix, Amazon Video, and others.

TECH October 27, 2017

Apple Denies Allegations Of Face ID Accuracy Downgrade To Speed Up iPhone X Production

A report claimed that Apple quietly allowed iPhone X suppliers to downgrade the accuracy of Face ID to speed up the production of the smartphone. Apple has strongly denied the allegations, saying that they are 'completely false.'

TECH October 25, 2017

Misfit Vapor Launch Date Set For Oct. 31: What Does The Android Wear 2.0 Smartwatch Offer?

After successive delays, the Misfit Vapor will finally launch on Oct. 31. Preorders are now open for the Android Wear 2.0 smartwatch, which is a standalone device that can function without being paired with a smartphone.

TECH October 25, 2017

Google Rolls Out Native Add-Ons For Gmail: Here Are The Best Ones, Plus How To Use Them

Native add-ons are now available inside Gmail, and users won’t have to install them again if they use the add-ons in other platforms. It’s only live for the web version of Gmail and on Android devices for now, though.

TECH October 25, 2017

Pixel 2 Has Intel Inside: Chip Maker Helped Google Develop The Hidden Pixel Visual Core Processor

Google has confirmed that Intel codeveloped the hidden Pixel Visual Core, which works hand in hand with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835, found in every Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL out there.

TECH October 25, 2017

New BadRabbit Ransomware Spreads Through Europe Demanding .05 Bitcoins For Every Infected Computer

A new ransomware is breaking into hard-to-crack media outlets, subway systems, and airports in Europe, particularly Ukraine and Russia. Called BadRabbit, security researchers think it’s by the same people who distributed NotPetya.

TECH October 25, 2017

Google Assistant Learns Over 50 New Games, Stories, And Activities For Family-Friendly Fun Powered By AI

Google just taught Assistant more than 50 new games, stories, and activities that can provide some family-fun entertainment for hours on end. The new actions are already available but only to U.S. residents.

TECH October 25, 2017

The $20 Wyze Cam Security Camera Has 1080p Recording, Motion And Sound Detection, ‘Alert Video’ Storage, And More

A newcomer in the security camera market called Wyze Labs wants to sell a camera that records 1080p video, has night vision capabilities, and motion and sound sensing features. The price? $20.

TECH October 26, 2017

Twitter Pledges To Be More Transparent About Ads: Here’s What That Means For You

Twitter is making some progress in terms of policing content. The social network has introduced significant changes to its ads policy, which aims to improve how it discloses political ads, who’s paying for them, and who they’re targeting.

TECH October 25, 2017

Apple In Trouble: Only Half Of The Expected iPhone X Supply This Year Will Be Shipped

The iPhone X supply issue has been well documented, but a new report gives a specific number to show the severity of the problem. Customers looking forward to Apple's premium smartphone might have to wait a while.

TECH October 24, 2017

New OnePlus 5T Teaser Image Hints Edge-To-Edge Display

OnePlus is likely to launch the much-rumored OnePlus 5T in the coming days. The number of rumors and leaks has progressively increased with each new week.

TECH October 25, 2017

New York City Subways To Soon Accept Apple Pay And Android Pay, But Don't Throw Away Your MetroCards Yet

New York City subway riders will soon be able to use Apple Pay and Android Pay while traveling. Commuters eager to throw away their MetroCards should hold back, though, as the rollout of the technology will not start immediately.

TECH October 24, 2017

Steve Wozniak Says iPhone 8 Is The Same As iPhone 7, Won't Get iPhone X On Launch Day

Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak isn't going to get the iPhone X the day it launches because he's happy with the iPhone 8, which he thinks is the same as the iPhone 7, which he says is like the iPhone 6.

TECH October 24, 2017

Pixel 2 XL's Display Has More Problems Than The Burn-In Issue: Dead Pixels, Green Lines, And More

Google's plate is full. Aside from the Pixel 2 XL's burn-in issue, its pOLED display is also having problems with dead pixels, blue shift, black smear, weird green lines, and many others.

TECH October 24, 2017

The Essential PH-1 Isn't A Success, And The $200 Price Drop Proves It

The $699 Essential PH-1 or Essential Phone just got its price dropped by $200. While that's good news for consumers, it indicates that the smartphone maker is struggling.

TECH October 24, 2017

Amazon Is Now Discounting $30 Off Kindle Devices To Celebrate The E-Reader’s 10th Anniversary

Several Kindle models are now $30 cheaper as part of the device’s 10th anniversary. Amazon is offering discounted Kindles in addition to various top-selling e-books from Oct. 23 through Oct. 25.

TECH October 24, 2017

Life Insurer Offers Apple Watch For $25 If You Exercise Regularly Over The Next Two Years

If you can stay active enough for two years, then you’re eligible to get the Apple Watch Series 3 for just $25. Life insurer John Hancock is now offering the steeply discounted smartwatch insurance to holders who exercise regularly.

TECH October 24, 2017

Facebook Might Split The News Feed Into Two: One For Regular Posts, And Another For Promoted Posts

The traditional Facebook news feed is a trail mix of ads, posts by friends, and promoted content, and that can sometimes get chaotic. That might change soon, though, as the site experiments splitting the news feed into two.

TECH October 24, 2017

iPhone X Trade In Programs Offered By Sprint, Verizon, And T-Mobile: Here Are The Important Details

Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile have released their respective iPhone X trade-in programs. Here are all the important details that potential customers need to know when deciding from which carrier to purchase Apple's premium smartphone.

TECH October 24, 2017

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