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Intel Says It Will Stop Developing Modular Compute Cards

The concept behind Intel's Compute Cards was supposed to be ahead of its time. However, the recent burgeoning of cloud systems has rendered the idea of modular computing solutions almost obsolete.

Computers

Remember AT&T’s Fake 5G Network? Study Says It’s Actually Slower Than 4G On Rivaling Carriers

AT&T’s fake 5G network is slower than other carriers’ 4G services, a study now shows. In response, AT&T called OpenSignal’s research methodologies flawed.

Internet

Netflix Testing Cheaper Mobile-Only Subscription Plan In Some Countries

Netflix experimental mobile-only plan in India costs half of a regular monthly subscription, a tier that might be tested in other countries moving forward. The streaming service is also testing plans at shorter increments.

Apps/Software

Beats' First Truly Wireless Powerbeats Could Be The Perfect Apple AirPods Alternative

According to a new report, Beats is getting ready to unveil a truly wireless version of the Powerbeats. It's said to sport the same H1 chip as Apple's new AirPods and feature hands-free 'Hey Siri' support.

Wearable Tech

iPad Air 2019 vs. iPad Pro 2017: An Upgrade Or A Downgrade?

Apple's new iPad Air is out, and it's considered to be succeeding the iPad Pro 2017. That said, it has some advantages and disadvantages in comparison, making it hard to say if it's an upgrade or a downgrade.

Apple March 22, 2019

Toyota Tundra Gets Lowest Rating In IIHS Crash Test, Loses Consumer Reports Recommendation

The IIHS gave the Toyota Tundra a 'poor' rating after the latest series of crash tests. Meanwhile, the Ford F-150 was one of three pickup trucks that received a 'good' grading from the highway safety regulator.

Car Tech March 22, 2019

Nokia Phones In Europe Reportedly Send Data To China

A number of Nokia 7 Plus phones in Norway have reportedly sent private user data to a server in China. HMD Global said it already fixed the problem, but Finnish data protection ombudsman wants to know more.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 22, 2019

iPad Mini 2019 vs. iPad Mini 4: Is It Worth The Upgrade?

Apple has just revealed the new iPad mini, aka the iPad mini 5 or iPad mini 2019. Now the big question for iPad mini 4 owners is, is the new model worth the upgrade?

Apple March 21, 2019

Google Stadia Chief Says Cloud Gaming Is The Future, And That Google Doesn’t Need To Make A Console

Video game distribution relies on physical media, digital games stored in local hardware, and special platforms to play these on. Google Stadia wants to change that.

Google March 22, 2019

You Can Shop On eBay Using Google Pay Starting This April

Google Pay will only be available as a payment method on eBay when buying from sellers enrolled in eBay’s new payments experience. The option rolls out this April.

Internet March 22, 2019

Microsoft Is Giving macOS The Windows Defender Treatment

Microsoft makes Windows Defender cross-platform by bringing the client to macOS. Users will have access to much of the same antivirus options, including scanning, taking action on threats, and more.

Security March 22, 2019

GDC 2019: Oculus Rift S VR Headset Revealed With Higher-Res Display, Built-In Tracking

The Oculus Rift S is replacing the regular Rift once it launches this April. While it gains inside-out tracking and higher-resolution displays, it loses a number of things, too.

Wearable Tech March 22, 2019

Facebook Stored Up To 600 Million Passwords In Plain Text

Facebook reportedly left the passwords of millions of users viewable and searchable by thousands of its own employees. The passwords were not encrypted but instead written in plain text.

Security March 21, 2019

Kaia Motion-Tracking App Helps People Track Reps During Workout Routines

The Kaia Personal Trainer app developed by the Munich-based digital therapeutics start-up offers the skills of a personal trainer "at your fingertips in the comfort of your home." It is now available to download via the App Store and Google Play for $29.99 for three months.

Apps/Software March 21, 2019

Windows Virtual Desktop Now On Public Preview

Microsoft's new Windows Virtual Desktop is now available for public preview. The program allows users to easily launch their Windows desktops and apps using Azure while also enjoying its built-in security.

Apps/Software March 22, 2019

Amazon Releases $89.99 All-New Kindle With Screen Light

Amazon's cheapest Kindle just got an upgrade. On March 20, Amazon released a new version of its basic Kindle, now with a better screen and front light.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 22, 2019

Square Hiring New Crypto Engineers Who Will Be Paid In Bitcoin

Square and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey tweeted Wednesday night that his company is looking for several crypto employees. He said the hired candidates will focus on a cryptocurrency ecosystem that is independent of its own objectives.

Business Tech March 21, 2019

Instagram Wants You To Shop Without Leaving The App: Here's How Checkout Works

Instagram has introduced its newest feature called Checkout, where users can directly purchase products without leaving the app. Here's how it works.

Internet

First-Gen AirPods vs AirPods 2: What’s The Difference? And Should You Upgrade?

The AirPods 2 is finally here, complete with a brand-new chip and some slight changes. Will it be worth it to upgrade if you already own the first model?

Apple March 21, 2019

Kaspersky Lab Claims Apple Limited Parental Control App After Launching iOS Screen Time Feature

Apple has received a new antitrust complaint, this time from Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab. The iPhone maker had allegedly taken the company's parental control app off the App Store to give its own iOS feature an unfair advantage.

Apple March 21, 2019

Opera Browser For Android Gets Free Unlimited VPN — Why You Should Enable It And How

The latest Opera for Android finally gets free, unlimited VPN. For encrypted web browsing, users can go to the settings page, then the VPN section, and toggle the feature on.

Apps/Software March 21, 2019

Leaked Galaxy Fold Video Shows Display Crease Problems

Samsung’s biggest problem with the yet-to-be-released Galaxy Fold could be the phone’s plastic screen. Creasing, as shown in this alleged video, might be a major issue once the device comes out this April.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 21, 2019

Microsoft Is Ending Windows 7 Support On Jan. 14, 2020

It's official: Windows 7 support is going to end on Jan. 14, 2020. Now Microsoft is urging users to upgrade to Windows 10, as it's about to stop providing security updates and technical assistance.

Microsoft March 21, 2019

Facebook Messenger Update Lets You Quote Replies In Conversations

After adding an unsend option and dark mode, Facebook is now bringing message replies to Messenger. The new feature will allow users to quote a specific message in their replies for a less-confusing conversation thread.

Apps/Software March 21, 2019

Apple's AirPods 2 Now Official: Wireless Charging Case, Longer Battery Life, 'Hey Siri' Support, And More

Apple's new AirPods 2 are now here. The second-generation earbuds from the Cupertino brand are coming with a wireless charging case and the new H1 chip that delivers improved battery life and 'Hey Siri' support.

Apple March 20, 2019

Qualcomm Introduces New QCS400 Chip That Can Make Smart Speakers Easier To Talk To

Qualcomm's new QSC400 series promises to give smart speakers more power than they have ever had before. The chips feature a quad-core CPU, an Adreno GPU, a Hexagon DPS, and Qualcomm's signature AI Engine.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 20, 2019

Google Taps Former Ubisoft, EA Exec To Helm Stadia Games And Entertainment

Former Ubisoft and Electronic Arts exec Jade Raymond will head Google’s Stadia Games and Entertainment studio. The company is working with a number of developers to make or bring games to Stadia.

Google March 20, 2019

Firefox Can Now Block Autoplaying Videos And Sounds

Mozilla announced the launch of Firefox 66, the latest update for its browsing platform. The update will allow consumers to automatically disable autoplay videos that have sound.

Internet March 20, 2019

PewDiePie Briefly Lost Top Spot On YouTube

YouTube gamer PewDiePie got dethroned briefly on Monday morning when Bollywood record label T-Series got ahead of the subscriber count for two hours. The feud between the two YouTube channels is intense.

Internet March 20, 2019

Android Q Doesn't Allow Apps To Toggle Wi-Fi On And Off: Here's Why That Matters

Android Q won't let apps automatically enable and disable Wi-Fi by themselves. That means automation apps that rely on its APIs such as Tasker might get crippled.

Apps/Software March 20, 2019

Apple Might Surprise Everyone With A New iPod Touch Very, Very Soon

Apple will announce a new iPod touch on March 20, rumors say. As for what changes could be in store, expect a processor upgrade at the very least.

Apple March 19, 2019

Google Stadia Streaming Service Introduces High-Framerate, Low-Latency Cloud Gaming

Google has unveiled its newest offering, the Stadia game streaming service, at the Game Development Conference 2019. The company promises to give gamers a single online platform to download, play, and share games at high-speeds.

Google March 20, 2019

The HP Reverb Is A Serious Oculus Rift, HTC Vive Competitor

The HP Reverb boasts one of the highest-resolution optics in the VR crowd, so it should be a serious player when it comes out this April. It works with both Windows Mixed Reality and Steam VR as well.

Wearable Tech March 20, 2019

MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, And Mac Mini SSD Upgrades Now More Affordable

Select SSD upgrades for the MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini are now cheaper. Apple also dropped the price of the 64 GB RAM upgrade for the 2013 Mac Pro.

Apple March 19, 2019

Google Tasks Introduces Time-Based Reminders, Import From Inbox And Gmail

Google has added brand-new features to Google Tasks such as time-based notifications and import. The company hopes to turn the app into a single destination where users can keep track of what they need to do in G Suite.

Google March 19, 2019

Want A Nintendo Gaming Smartphone? Reports Say Your Wish Might Just Come True

Rumors about a possible Nintendo gaming smartphone is making the rounds on the internet. The Japanese video game maker is reportedly considering entering the gaming handset market to compete with Razer and Xiaomi.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 19, 2019

US To Build First Exascale Supercomputer Capable Of Completing 1 Quintillion Calculations Per Second

U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry announced on Monday the exascale computer project to be developed by Intel and Cray. The supercomputer is expected to launch in 2021 to help various industries in the country.

Computers March 19, 2019

Netflix Will Not Make Its Movies And Shows Available To Apple's TV Service

The hype train behind Apple's upcoming video streaming platform is set to hit its climax when it is finally unveiled on March 25. However, one popular brand that will not be joining in on the fun is Netflix.

Apps/Software March 19, 2019

WhatsApp Plans To Fight Fake News With Reverse Image Search

A beta version of WhatsApp allegedly exists, which has an in-app browser for reverse image search. Users can take advantage of this tool to verify whether images are legitimate.

Apps/Software March 19, 2019

Google Is Testing ‘Chat Head’ Notification Bubbles In Android Q

Google is reconfiguring Chat Head bubbles for notifications in Android Q. The feature converts all alerts into tappable floating icons onscreen, greatly streamlining interaction with notifications.

Apps/Software March 19, 2019

What's In An iPhone? UK Scientists Throw Apple Smartphone Into A Blender To Find Out

Two researchers from the University of Plymouth placed a smartphone in a blender to find out its contents. Upon identifying the element composition, the research called for better recycling efforts from smartphone companies.

Apple March 19, 2019

Xiaomi Unveils Black Shark 2 Gaming Phone With A Pressure-Sensitive Screen And Snapdragon 855 Chip

The Black Shark 2’s pressure-sensitive display lets you map onscreen buttons just by pressing hard, kind of like 3D touch. That’s something other gaming-focused handsets don’t have.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 19, 2019

Nvidia's Jetson Nano Is A DIY AI Computer That Only Costs $99

At the 2019 GPU Technology Conference, Nvidia unveiled the new Jetson Nano. It's the new AI computer geared toward 'developers, makers, and enthusiasts' that's priced at just $99.

Computers March 18, 2019

Apple Unveils New 10.5-Inch iPad Air, iPad Mini With Pencil Support

Apple has quietly taken the wraps off two new iPads: the new 10.5-inch iPad Air and iPad mini. Both are powered by the company's A12 Bionic chip and feature Apple Pencil compatibility.

Apple March 18, 2019

New Gestures Found In Android Q Make The Google Pixel More Like iPhone

XDA Developers uncovered never-before-seen gestures in the latest Android Q beta by using a highly modified version of the Pixel Launcher APK. The gestures look, feel, and perform strangely familiar.

Google March 18, 2019

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