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Samsung To Use Metal 12 Magnesium Alloy To Make Phones Sturdy And Durable But Lightweight

A new alloy called Metal 12 was featured on the Samsung Notebook 9 2018. The company plans to use the new material on its future products to reduce weight and maintain durability.

Computers

This Time, It’s China That’s Asking Apple For Information About Slowing Down Old iPhones

Chinese consumer groups demanded an explanation from Apple regarding the iPhone slowdown problem. The council also wanted the company to discuss its plans to address these complaints.

Apple January 16, 2018

Sorry, Nintendo Switch Owners: A Netflix App Isn’t Due Anytime Soon

Video streaming fans are reportedly dismayed as Netflix continues to be non-existent for the Nintendo Switch, A company representative claims that talks with Nintendo are still ongoing.

Video Games January 16, 2018

Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition Adds First-Person Mode, New Bosses, New Dungeon, And More

Square Enix announced the official release date of 'Final Fantasy XV' for the PC. The PC version will be called 'Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition' along with a complete edition for consoles named 'Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition.'

Video Games January 16, 2018

Classic Design Meets Modern Technology In The New Mercedes-Benz G-Class

Mercedes-Benz showcased the new G-Class SUV along with its classic design and modern features. The new model made an appearance during the 2018 Detroit Auto Show.

Car Tech January 15, 2018

It’s Not Just The Google Home Max: Chromecast Also Appears To Be Killing Wi-Fi Networks

The reported cases of Wi-Fi blackout due to the Google Home Max just received a new update. It seems that other Google Cast devices like the Chromecast 4K and others also cause issues.

Google January 15, 2018

Nintendo Wants To Sell 20 Million Switch Units By March, Says The Console Has A ‘Long Lifespan’

Nintendo already sold more than 10 million Switch consoles to date. Now, the company shares that it's aiming for 20 million units sold in the next fiscal year.

Video Games January 15, 2018

HTC U11 EYEs Specs Revealed: 6-Inch LCD3 Display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 652, 4 GB RAM, And More

A new set of leaks from Evan Blass revealed the specifications of the rumored HTC U11 EYEs. The new smartphone is expected to launch this month.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech January 15, 2018

LG V30 Android Oreo Update In US Imminent?

The official Android Oreo update for the LG V30 started to roll out in South Korea. The new software is expected to hit the United States soon.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech January 14, 2018

Apple Data Center In China Operational In February (And No, Your Data Will Not Go There)

Some iOS users reportedly got an e-mail that talked about iCloud migration to China. Apple confirmed that the e-mail was incorrectly sent to a few customers in the United States.

Apple January 14, 2018

iPhone 6, iPhone 7 And iPhone 8 Performance Following Spectre And Meltdown Patches

Experts conducted a series of tests on the iPhone 8, iPhone 7, and iPhone 8 to verify a speculation related to patches for the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities. Benchmark results were compared to values before and after the latest updates.

Apple January 14, 2018

Jeff Bezos Donates $33 Million To Fund Scholarships For Dreamers

Jeff Bezos makes a $33 million donation to charity in order to send qualified undocumented immigrants to college. The Amazon CEO apparently wanted to honor his father, who was also an immigrant, with this gesture.

Business Tech January 13, 2018

WhatsApp Security Flaw Lets Other Users Gatecrash Your Group Chats Despite End-To-End Encryption

Researchers reported an alleged security flaw for WhatsApp that supposedly violates privacy. The group claimed that a hacker can discretely add another member into a group chat to view future messages.

Apps/Software January 11, 2018

Fire Emblem Heroes Gets New Characters All The Way From ‘Radiant Dawn’ On The Nintendo Wii

The new update for 'Fire Emblem Heroes' picked three characters from "Radiant Dawn" to join the battle. Update version 2.1.0 will also fix some of the previous bugs in the game.

Video Games January 11, 2018

Nvidia Rolls Out Updated Drivers To Prevent Meltdown Or Spectre From Destroying Your CPU

Companies struggled to issue updates to protect computers and devices from Meltdown and Spectre. Nvidia made a claim that its GPU products are immune.

Security January 11, 2018

Monster Hunter: World Producer Explains Why PC Version Is Delayed

Previously, Capcom confirmed that 'Monster Hunter: World' for PC was delayed to autumn 2018. Ryozo Tsujimoto, game producer, explained why the developer delayed its release.

Video Games January 11, 2018

Motorola Unveils New Moto Mods: A $99 Sliding Keyboard And A $395 Vital Signs Sensor

Motorola unveiled its latest Moto Mods, which include a health-tracking sensor and a sliding keyboard attachment. Both devices will be released later this year.

CES 2018 January 10, 2018

A Handful Of Older Sony Headphones Are Getting Google Assistant: Here’s The Full List Of Models

Google Assistant is on its way to older Sony headphones as the company made its CES 2018 announcements. New models are also expected launch soon.

CES 2018 January 10, 2018

Facebook Partners With Xiaomi To Enter China’s VR Market, Announces Oculus-Powered Mi VR Standalone Headset

Hugo Barra confirmed that Oculus has partnered with Xiaomi to bring the Go VR headset to China. The Chinese version will be called the Mi VR and will reportedly run a different SDK than the global version.

Gadgets January 10, 2018

Meet ‘Streety,’ An App That Lets You Stream Your Neighbors’ Security Cameras

The importance of home and neighborhood safety can be supplemented by security camera footage shared via a private network. Streety is programmed to safely share and request video from users within a community.

Smart Home January 9, 2018

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