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Apple Celebrates World Emoji Day By Unveiling Over 70 New Emojis In iOS 12

Apple is making it an annual tradition to preview new iOS emojis during World Emoji Day. New emojis coming to iOS 12 include more hair options, smiley faces with a wider range of emotions, and additional animal and food icons.

Apple

Samsung Galaxy S10 Will Launch 3 Models Like 2018 iPhone, But With Feature That Might Set It Apart

The Samsung Galaxy S10 will come in three models like the 2018 iPhone, but it will introduce the in-display fingerprint sensor. More details about the new feature have surfaced, including why it took so long to launch.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech

Apple Struggles In India This Year With Less Than A Million iPhones Sold So Far

Apple’s journey to dominate the Indian smartphone market don’t seem to be working. Bloomberg says it has barely sold 1 million iPhones in the first half of 2018, and sales predictions for the rest of the year aren’t so positive.

Apple

Pininfarina PFO Electric Hypercar Will Reach Top Speed Of 250 MPH: Will It Beat The Tesla Roadster?

The Pininfarina PFO electric hypercar will feature a top speed of 250 miles per hour, a zero to 60 miles per hour time faster than 2 seconds, and a range of 300 miles. Will it beat the new Tesla Roadster?

Car Tech July 16, 2018

The New MacBook Keyboard Is Exclusive To 2018 Models, Says Apple

The newly redesigned MacBook keyboard will be exclusive to the 2018 MacBook Pro model, Apple has now confirmed. That means existing users who send in their MacBooks for repair won’t get it.

Apple

Motorola Is Finally Launching Its First Android Go Smartphone

Motorola is launching an Android Go edition of the Moto E5 Play, which will feature stock Android and apps more optimized for weaker hardware. It’s the first-ever Android Go phone from the company.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech

2018 MacBook Pro Models Offer Biggest Performance Improvement Since 2011, Geekbench Shows

Preliminary Geekbench results revealed that the 2018 MacBook Pro models offer the biggest performance improvements since 2011. Even better news for MacBook Pro fans is that the Geekbench scores are expected to go even higher in the coming weeks.

Apple July 16, 2018

Google Phone App For Android Now Able To Block Spam Calls: Here's How To Activate The Feature

The Google Phone app for Android has been updated to better handle spam. Users are now able to activate a feature that will automatically send suspected spam calls to voicemail without any notifications.

Google July 15, 2018

Here’s How The Keyboard On The Newly Redesigned MacBook Pro Prevents Dust

Apple’s just-unveiled MacBook Pro not only has new specs, but it’s got much-needed changes too. The keyboard might be the biggest change of all, now with a silicone membrane underneath each key for dust and particle prevention.

Apple July 15, 2018

YouTube TV Apologizes For World Cup Outage: Here's How To Get A Free Week Of Service

A YouTube TV outage happened right in the middle of one of the most important matches of the 2018 World Cup. The streaming service apologized for the blunder, while also offering a free week of service to affected users.

Google July 14, 2018

Adobe Is Bringing Photoshop To iPad — The Full Version

Adobe is bringing the full version of Photoshop to the iPad. The company reportedly plans to announce it this October and then release it sometime next year.

Apps/Software July 14, 2018

Microsoft Teams Finally Gets Free Version To Better Compete Against Slack

Microsoft Teams has so far been available only for paid Office 365 subscribers, but a free version is now available at last. Here's what it has to offer and how it will compete against Slack in the workplace communication sector.

Microsoft July 14, 2018

Students Only: Apple Gives Free Beats Headphones With Mac, iPad Pro Purchase

Get free Beats headphones when you buy a Mac or iPad Pro as part of Apple’s Back to School promotion. College students, parents, and faculty are all eligible.

Apple July 14, 2018

You Can Now Pay For Uber Rides With Venmo: Here’s How

Venmo will soon be accepted as an official payment option inside Uber. The service will be available for both regular rides and Uber Eats deliveries.

Apps/Software July 13, 2018

Google Chrome RAM Usage Now Higher, But For A Good Reason

Google Chrome started using even more RAM with the release of a new feature on Google Chrome 67. This increases the risk of the internet browser slowing down computers, but the trade-off is worth it.

Google July 13, 2018

Apple Unveils New 2018 MacBook Pro Models: All Changes Are Under The Hood

Apple unveiled the new 2018 MacBook Pro models, but only the 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar are getting updates. The laptops look the same as their predecessors, but that is because Apple focused on upgrading performance.

Apple July 13, 2018

Sony Xperia XA2 Plus Officially Debuts And It's Ready To Entertain: Specs And Features

Sony just unveiled a new upper-midrange smartphone that borrows the design and features from the company's higher-end flagships. The new Xperia XA2 Plus is ready to entertain, so here's what it has to offer.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech July 13, 2018

Morse Code Now Available On Gboard For iOS, And Google Even Teaches You How

Morse code is now also supported on Gboard for iOS, months after Google introduced it for the Android version. The feature helps people with disabilities communicate, and Google wants to teach everyone how to use it.

Apps/Software July 13, 2018

Android P Name May Have Been Leaked By Huawei

A Huawei customer service representative in Poland may have leaked the Android P name, which has been kept under wraps. Android P is expected to be released in several weeks, but the Android P name speculation will likely not stop.

Google July 12, 2018

YouTube Launches New Tool To Help Pull Down Re-Uploaded Videos

YouTube is fighting the war against re-uploaded videos with a new tool called Copyright Match. Similar to Content ID, it will scan and search for users who upload the same content as other channels and take them down.

Internet July 13, 2018

Apple Reportedly Upgrading Every Product In Its Lineup This Fall, Even The Mac Mini

Apple is preparing a whole slew of upgrades this fall, if analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is correct, which he nearly always is. Expect upgrades for Apple’s entire product lineup, save for the iPod.

Apple July 12, 2018

Tinder Alternative Hinge Promises The Perfect Match Every 24 Hours With New Feature

Dating app Hinge launched its new Most Compatible feature, which will recommend the perfect match to users once every 24 hours. The feature, which uses machine learning, makes its decision based on past actions and the user's interests.

Apps/Software July 12, 2018

WhatsApp To Combat Spam, Scams, And Fake News With New 'Forwarded' Label

WhatsApp introduced a new feature aimed to curb the spread of fake news, spam, and scams. Look for the new 'forwarded' label and think twice whether to pass the message along.

Apps/Software July 11, 2018

As Expected, The Galaxy Note 9 Will Look Exactly Like The Note 8

Samsung has done its best to keep the Galaxy Note 9 under wraps, but these days no company is safe from leaks. An alleged render of the device has now surfaced online, but there’s not a lot to see.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech July 11, 2018

Messenger Will Soon Be Able To Tell If You’re Talking To Fake Accounts

Facebook is testing a new feature on Messenger that’ll identify fake accounts when they send you messages. The feature tells you in what country the account originates, and whether it was created recently.

Apps/Software July 11, 2018

Apple Fixes iPhone Bug That Crashed Apps For Mentioning Taiwan Or Using Taiwan Flag Emoji

A friend told security researcher Patrick Wardle in April that China was trying to hack her iPhone. It turned out to be a peculiar bug that caused apps to crash whenever the word 'Taiwan' or the Taiwan flag emoji appeared.

Apple July 11, 2018

Despite Massive Layoffs, HTC Blockchain Phone Is Still Coming

HTC’s blockchain-powered smartphone Exodus is arriving by the end of this year, according to a company executive. The device could be one of its last saving graces.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech July 11, 2018

Former Apple Employee Stole Project Titan Trade Secrets, Then Tried To Flee To China

A former Apple hardware engineer, who allegedly stole Project Titan trade secrets, was arrested while boarding a flight to escape to China. The criminal complaint on the matter also revealed interesting information about the secretive self-driving car project.

Apple July 11, 2018

Facebook Augmented Reality Ads Will Let You Try On Products From Your News Feed

Facebook is testing augmented reality advertisements on the News Feed, starting with Michael Kors sunglasses. The ads will allow user to try on the products using the smartphone's camera, similar to how filters work.

Apps/Software July 11, 2018

YouTube Incognito Mode Rolls Out To All Android Users: How To Use It

A new Incognito Mode started rolling out to YouTube for Android, allowing users to search and watch videos in private without their history being recorded. Here's what you need to know.

Apps/Software July 11, 2018

YouTube Is Funneling $25 Million To Fight Its Fake News Problem: Here’s How It’ll Do It

YouTube is fighting its fake news problem with tons of money. The Google-owned company pledged to spend $25 million to help organizations build better video facilities, educate teens on critical thinking, and accompany video searches with informative articles.

Internet July 11, 2018

Amazon And Snap Inc. Reportedly Developing Visual Search For Snapchat

Snap Inc. and Amazon could be working on a new Snapchat feature that’ll allow users to scan objects using the camera. Amazon will provide product listings of the identified object, which users can send to friends.

Apps/Software July 10, 2018

Microsoft Surface Go Unveiled: Is This An iPad Killer?

Microsoft just unveiled the Surface Go, its $399 iPad killer. Aesthetics-wise, it’s hard to tell apart from its Surface siblings, but it’s got a smaller chip, a somewhat less powerful processor, but can still run Windows 10 Pro.

Microsoft July 10, 2018

iOS 11.4 Battery Drain Problem: Does iOS 11.4.1 Fix It?

A growing number of iPhone and iPad owners have complained about battery drain problems since upgrading to iOS 11.4. Does installing iOS 11.4.1 fix the issue, or are there better alternatives to solving it?

Apple July 10, 2018

Fitness App Data Reveal Identity Of Spies And Their Locations

A Dutch news site revealed that the workout information recorded by the popular fitness app Polar Flow can reveal the identity of secret agents and military personnel, and their locations. Polar said that it is now addressing the issue.

Apps/Software July 9, 2018

Hackers Steal 600 Gallons Of Fuel From A Gas Station In Detroit

Hackers stole hundreds of gallons of fuel from a gas station in downtown Detroit via hacking. Not much is known about the method they used, but it’s believed they took advantage of a vulnerability present in internet-connected devices.

Security July 10, 2018

Tesla Is Done ‘Anti-Selling’ The Model 3 Now That Production Goals Are Met

With production difficulties in assembly line problems solved, Tesla is now promoting sales of the Model 3. Store advisors are now given a $300 commission incentive for each Performance variant sold.

Car Tech July 9, 2018

Bad Weekend For Lamborghini Owners: Huracan Spyder Crashes, Huracan Perfomante Burns

On the evening of July 6, a Lamborghini Huracan Spyder wedged itself underneath a Honda Civic. Then on the evening of July 7, a Lamborghini Huracan Performante was destroyed beyond recognition after burning in a gas station.

Car Tech July 9, 2018

MIT Students Create AI Tech That Can See Through Walls

MIT’s CSAIL just developed a technology that can track people’s movements even if they’re behind walls. It could useful for monitoring diseases such as Parkinson’s and multiple sclerosis.

Apps/Software July 9, 2018

MoviePass App Not Working Last Friday Night: Here's How To Get Ticket Refunds

On July 6, the MoviePass app was not working for a few hours, forcing subscribers to pay for their tickets. The service is offering to refund the ticket purchases, but the mishap still comes at a bad time for MoviePass.

Apps/Software July 9, 2018

How Do You Know If Someone Is Rich? Ask If They Own An iPhone Or iPad, Study Says

Owning an iPhone or iPad is the best indicator that a person is rich. Researchers had a 69.1 percent chance of correctly guessing whether people belonged to the high-income bracket if they own an iPhone.

Apple July 9, 2018

Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg Is Now Third Richest Man In The World

Mark Zuckerberg jumped ahead of Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett in the ranklings of the world's richest persons. According to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, the Facebook co-founder now has a net worth of $81.6 billion.

Business Tech July 8, 2018

Tesla Model S vs. Dodge Challenger Drag Race Ends With Expected Winner

The Tesla Model S and the Dodge Challenger going head-to-head in a drag race was captured on video by YouTube channel Wheels. Who finished the quarter mile first between the electric family sedan and the muscle car?

Car Tech July 8, 2018

DJI Mavic 2 Leak: Here's What The Drone Looks Like, And What It Will Offer

A leaked image allegedly showed the next DJI drone, the DJI Mavic 2. Speculated features for the DJI Mavic Pro successor include swappable sensors and gimbals, as well as 360-degree obstacle avoidance.

Gadgets July 8, 2018

Rumored BlackBerry Ghost Flagship To Boast 4,000 mAh Battery

The next BlackBerry phone will have a stupendous battery capacity. Tipster Evan Blass claims that the BlackBerry Ghost will boast a 4,000 mAh battery, which if true would make it the highest-capacity out of all the brand’s phones.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech July 7, 2018

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