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'Fortnite' Players Can Now Get An eSports Scholarship At Ohio University: How It Works

Ohio's Ashland University will be the first U.S. college to offer up to $4,000 scholarships for 'Fortnite Battle Royale.' Tryouts will start in the fall, so here's what you need to know.

Video Games April 22, 2018

Nokia 7 Plus Launching Soon In The UK, Bundling Free Google Home Mini

The midrange Nokia 7 Plus is now available for preorder in the UK straight from the Nokia store, at a £349.99 price point. The smartphone ships on May 2 and bundles a free Google Home Mini smart speaker.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 21, 2018

LinkedIn Bug Could Have Compromised Users' Personal Data, Including Emails And Phone Numbers

A bug in LinkedIn's AutoFill plugin could have allowed attackers to steal user data, including email addresses and phone numbers. LinkedIn says it has now patched the flaw and it didn't find evidence of abuse.

Security April 21, 2018

Verizon Allegedly Upgrades Samsung Galaxy S7 Line To Android Oreo, But It's Actually Nougat

The Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge received an update and the release notes said it was Android 8.0 Oreo, but it was, in fact, just Android Nougat. On the bright side, the update does bring the latest Android security patch for April.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 21, 2018

iPhone SE 2 Could Debut In May Without A Headphone Jack

New information has surfaced regarding the upcoming iPhone SE 2, based on details from a case manufacturer. The smartphone will reportedly make its debut in May and will lose the headphone jack.

Apple April 21, 2018

Moto G6 And Moto E5 Now Official With Smart Cameras, Big Screens, Large Batteries, And More

Motorola officially unveiled its latest Moto G6 and Moto E5 smartphones, announcing several models with different specs. Here's what each of them has to offer, on a budget.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 20, 2018

Red Magic Phone Is A Stock Android Oreo Gaming Phone With Strong Specs And 8GB RAM At Just $400

There's a new gaming smartphone in town, boasting top specs and a stock version of Android 8.1 Oreo. Meet the new Red Magic Phone, set to start at $400.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 20, 2018

Netflix Mobile Apps Finally Get Short Video Previews: Now On iOS, 'Coming Soon' On Android

Netflix video previews were officially rolling out mobile, but just for iOS users at first. The feature is coming soon on Android as well, so here's what you get.

Apps/Software April 20, 2018

GoPro Shaves Up To $100 Off Select Models With Any Old Camera Trade-In

GoPro launched a new trade-in program that shaves $50 off the Hero 6 Black and $100 off the GoPro fusion. Customers can trade in any eligible digital camera, not just old GoPro cameras.

Gadgets April 19, 2018

Amazon Alexa Blueprints Enable All Users To Create Customized Skills And Responses In Minutes

Amazon just launched a new tool called Alexa Blueprints, allowing anyone to create customized skills and responses without any coding skills. Here's how it works.

Apps/Software April 19, 2018

Unlocked Samsung Galaxy S9 Now Getting Latest Android Security Patch For April

Samsung has started rolling out the April security patch for the unlocked Galaxy S9, and it's surprisingly small in size. The update is currently live in Germany and should reach more markets soon.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 19, 2018

iPhone SE 2 Potentially Spotted At Regulatory Agency: Launch Imminent?

An Apple filing with the Eurasian Economic Commission revealed 11 new iPhone models, one of which is expected to be the iPhone SE 2. The EEC offers minimal details, but its filings usually become public shortly before their release.

Apple April 19, 2018

Alexa-Enabled Amazon Fire TV Editions Of Toshiba And Insignia Smart TVs Launching In Collaboration With Best Buy

Amazon and Best Buy geared up to launch Fire TV Editions of Toshiba and Insignia smart TVs this summer. The special editions will come with Alexa baked-in, promising a superior TV experience.

Gadgets April 18, 2018

Amazon UK Employees Reportedly Peed In Bottles So They Wouldn't Get Fired For Taking Bathroom Breaks

An undercover author who infiltrated an Amazon warehouse has claimed that its workers pee in bottles for fear of getting penalized over bathroom breaks. Amazon, meanwhile, refuted the claims.

Business Tech April 18, 2018

Tesla Model 3 Production Temporarily Halted In 'Planned Production Pause' - Why?

The Tesla Model 3 is already facing delays, and its production is now temporarily halted again. This is the second such shutdown in three months, but the company says it's a 'planned production pause.'

Car Tech April 17, 2018

Amid #DeleteFacebook Scandal, Dating App Bumble Will Let Users Log In Without A Facebook Account

Dating app Bumble changed its login and registration system to bypass Facebook altogether. The change goes into effect on April 17 as a response to the whole #DeleteFacebook scandal.

Apps/Software April 16, 2018

Philo, The Cheapest Live TV Streaming Service, Is Headed To Apple TV And Amazon Fire TV

Philo, the live TV streaming service that costs just $16 per month, is expanding its availability this summer. The service will soon hit Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV devices, so here's what it has to offer.

Internet April 16, 2018

The New Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro Is A Modern Android Smartphone That Block Internet Access

Samsung unveiled a new Android smartphone called the Galaxy J2 Pro, targeting specific audiences. While it may look like a regular smartphone, this handset has no internet access, not even to free Wi-Fi networks.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 16, 2018

Gmail Reportedly Testing Self-Destructing Emails: Here's How 'Confidential Mode' Would Work

Google's Gmail redesign could also bring in a new 'confidential mode,' which would set various restrictions and allow for self-destructing emails. The feature seems to be in testing for now, but here's what we know so far.

Google April 15, 2018

US Police Buying Graykey iPhone Unlock Tool That Can Crack Even iOS 11 Devices

Federal law enforcement and local police departments have reportedly been purchasing GrayKey, an encryption-bypassing tool that allows them to crack iPhones. GrayKey use among law enforcement is reportedly on the rise, as the technology can crack even iOS 11 devices.

Apple April 15, 2018

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