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Apple's New Tutorial Videos Teach You Photography Features Of The iPhone XR, iPhone XS

Apple has released four new tutorial videos focused on photos and the iPhone on its YouTube channel. Among them is a clip that highlights the depth control feature of the iPhone XR and iPhone XS.

Apple

Qualcomm Already Wants You To Meet Its 'Second-Generation 5G Solution' Snapdragon X55

Qualcomm is already taking the wraps off the Snapdragon X55, its 'second-generation 5G solution.' That's despite the fact that a Snapdragon X50 device has yet to launch commercially.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech

Google Keep For iOS Now Works On Apple Watch

After removing Maps in 2017, Google is returning to the Apple Watch with Keep. In the latest update, the note-taking app now has support for the Cupertino brand's wearable.

Apps/Software

Gearing Up For 5G: A Miniature, Low-cost Transceiver For Fast, Reliable Communications

Gearing up for 5G: A miniature, low-cost transceiver for fast, reliable communications

Internet February 18, 2019

Apple Is Breaking App Store Guidelines By Sending Push Notifications To Promote Apple Music

Apple Music subscribers can now gift their friends an entire month of listening for free. Problem is, Apple is using push notifications to inform customers, and for many, that’s not cool.

Apple

Android Q Will Kill The Back Button In Favor Of A Swiping Gesture

Newly unearthed code for Android Q suggests that Google is retiring the back button for good. Given the company’s messy implementation at the moment, that might not be an easy task.

Apps/Software

No Plans For A Foldable Phone, LG Says

LG isn’t jumping on the foldable phone bandwagon just yet. As its rivals - Samsung, Huawei, and Xiaomi - plan to make waves, the South Korean electronics company will be sitting this one out.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech February 18, 2019

MacBook Pro With All-New Design And 16.5-Inch Display Allegedly Coming Out This Year

The new MacBook Pro, apparently set to be released this year, will feature an all-new design. It will signal the return of a large-screen MacBook model after Apple stopped making 17-inch ones in 2012.

Apple February 18, 2019

Large-Scale Window Material Developed For PM2.5 Capture And Light Tuning

Large-scale window material developed for PM2.5 capture and light tuning

Science February 16, 2019

Apple Streaming Video Service to Launch Soon

Apple will be inviting Hollywood stars to its upcoming streaming video service launch. The event will be held in its California headquarters at Cupertino, on March 25.

Apple February 16, 2019

Use of clinical apps significantly improves quality of cardiovascular care

Use of clinical apps significantly improves quality of cardiovascular care

Apps/Software February 15, 2019

Companies With More Financial Analysts Produce More And Better-quality Patents

Companies with more financial analysts produce more and better-quality patents

February 15, 2019

Artificial Intelligence To Boost Earth System Science

Artificial intelligence to boost Earth system science

Science February 15, 2019

Shaping light lets 2D microscopes capture 4D data

Shaping light lets 2D microscopes capture 4D data

Science February 14, 2019

The First Walking Robot That Moves Without GPS

The first walking robot that moves without GPS

February 14, 2019

Samsung To Ship Out The Galaxy S10 By March 8, Offers Up To $550 Off For Those Who Reserve Now

Samsung is set to start shipping out the highly anticipated Galaxy S10 on March 8. The brand is also offering up to $550 for those who reserve one now.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech February 12, 2019

Instagram Is Reportedly Testing Direct Messages For Web

Instagram Direct messages could soon come to web browsers on mobile and desktop. This report comes as Facebook revealed plans of combining apps such as WhatsApp, Messenger, and Instagram.

Apps/Software February 13, 2019

Apple To Launch News Subscription Service But Faces Publishers' Backlash Over 50 Percent Revenue Cut: Report

Apple is getting ready to launch its news subscription service that's described as a 'Netflix for news.' However, it's running into some issues with publishers over the terms, according to a new report.

Apple February 12, 2019

OnePlus 5G Phone To Debut At Mobile World Congress, But Here’s The Catch

OnePlus will show off a phone with 5G capabilities later this month at the Mobile World Congress. Don’t get too excited about the phone, though.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech February 13, 2019

Delayed Apple AirPower Charging Mat Reportedly Coming This Spring

Apple might finally release its AirPower charging mat this spring. It will come with exclusive features as well, rumors say, along with a brand-new AirPods wireless charging case.

Apple February 12, 2019

Samsung Hints At Foldable Phone Debut Alongside Galaxy S10: 'The Future Unfolds'

Samsung just dropped a huge hint about its first foldable phone. From what can be gathered, it's pretty much confirmed that it's going to debut alongside the Galaxy S10 on Feb. 20 at its Unpacked Event.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech February 11, 2019

2019 iPhone Models Will Still Have Lightning Ports Instead Of USB-C: Report

2019 iPhone models are said to sport Lightning ports instead of USB-C. What's more, they're rumored to be bundled with the same-old 5W USB-A charger, meaning users still won't be able to use fast-charging from the get-go.

Apple February 11, 2019

Gmail’s Right-Click Menu Is Getting More Options For Easier Email Management

Google finally gives Gmail’s right-click menu some neat functions. Previously, right clicking on Gmail only allows a user to archive, mark as unread, or delete an email, but the latest upgrade adds more than just three options.

Google February 12, 2019

Microsoft Posts Teaser Video Ahead Of MWC, Likely Hints At The Next HoloLens

HoloLens creator Alex Kipman posted a cryptic video that could be hinting at the next HoloLens. Rumors say that the device’s next generation will be unveiled during the MWC 2019 in late February.

Microsoft February 12, 2019

Dark Mode Coming To Google Chrome For Android

Version 73 of Chrome Beta now includes Dark Mode, but it’s not well-implemented at the moment. Perhaps a more sophisticated iteration is due when it potentially launches for regular Chrome later on.

Apps/Software February 11, 2019

Google Maps AR Navigation Is Now Available To Some Users

For those who have a weak sense of direction, there’s now an AR-powered Google Map. Currently being tested by a select number of people, the new feature uses a phone’s camera to find a user’s exact location.

Google February 11, 2019

Malicious Android App That Steals Cryptocurrency Found On The Play Store

ESET has discovered an Android app that steals cryptocurrency on the Google Play Store. Called a 'clipper,' it tricks users into depositing into the hacker's cryptocurrency wallet address instead of their own.

Security February 10, 2019

Fitbit’s New Health Tracker Is Only Available Through Employers And Health Insurers

Fitbit recently launched its cheapest fitness tracker yet. However, it won’t be available to the consumer market, but users can get it through insurance providers and employers.

Wearable Tech February 11, 2019

Kid’s Gadget From The ‘80s Speak & Spell Is Making A Comeback

For ‘80s kids, Speak & Spell is like a high-tech gadget from the future. Now, this children’s toy is making a return thanks to Basic Fun.

Gadgets February 9, 2019

Google’s New Job Listing Could Mean It’s Finally Making A Smartwatch

Google might be on to something: this time, it could be making a smartwatch. Current job listings at the company’s Careers site point out to this possibility.

Wearable Tech February 9, 2019

Vivo V15 Pro To Get 32-Megapixel Popup Selfie Camera, Out Feb. 20

Vivo is scheduled to unveil the V15 and V15 Pro this Feb. 20 as its latest powerhouse midrangers. The latter will apparently have an upgraded popup camera for high-quality selfies.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech February 8, 2019

IGTV Previews Coming To Your Main Instagram Feed

Instagram really wants you to watch IGTV videos. So much so that it’s now going to show one-minute IGTV previews on the main Instagram app.

Apps/Software February 8, 2019

Jeff Bezos Reveals The National Enquirer Threatened To Publish His Nude Photos: Here’s What He Said

Documents reveal that AMI, the parent company of tabloid National Enquirer, has threatened to publish nude photos of Jeff Bezos. But the Amazon CEO isn’t playing its game.

Business Tech February 8, 2019

You Might Get Banned From Spotify If You’re Using Ad Blockers

Spotify is on one of its most important turning points. The company, which turned a profit for the first time in 13 years, is about to swat freeloaders who use ad blockers as it experiences continued growth.

Apps/Software February 8, 2019

Google's Adiantum Lets Even Cheap Android Smartphones Get Encryption

Google is unveiling its new form of encryption called Adiantum. It's designed to work with even low-end smartphones, computers, and the like without slowing them down and making them unusable.

Google February 7, 2019

Netflix For iOS Is Finally Getting The Smart Downloads Feature

After being available on Android devices since summer last year, Netflix is now rolling out the Smart Downloads feature to iOS users. This feature manages videos downloaded for offline viewing.

Apps/Software February 8, 2019

Apple Releases Fix For The Eavesdropping Group FaceTime Bug

Apple finally rolls out the fix for the eavesdropping FaceTime bug. The company already disabled the Group FaceTime feature prior to the iOS 12.1.4 update.

Security February 8, 2019

Skype Introduces Automatic Background Blur So Colleagues Won’t See Your Embarrassing Bedroom

AI-powered background blur available on Skype video calls, a direct port of the same feature on Microsoft Teams. Don’t use it will-nilly, though, since it’s still experimental.

Apps/Software February 7, 2019

The Upcoming Sony Xperia XA3 Has A 21:9 Screen And No Notch, According To This Leak

The upcoming Xperia XA3 is scheduled to be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress. WinFuture just gave everyone an early look at the device, which seems to be sporting a 21:9 display.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech February 7, 2019

LG G8 ThinQ Will Have A Front-Facing 3D Camera For Face Unlock

The LG G8 ThinQ will feature a time-of-flight sensor, presumably for face unlock. It remains unclear what else it’ll be used for, though, but LG is poised to share more details at the Mobile World Congress later this month.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech February 7, 2019

Popular iOS Apps Found To Secretly Record Your iPhone Screen, Put Your Personal Data At Risk

An investigation by TechCrunch found that a lot of popular iOS apps are secretly recording iPhone users' screens. This method of gathering data known as 'session replaying' may inadvertently expose sensitive information and put them at risk.

Security February 6, 2019

Microsoft’s Build Developer Conference Schedule Confirmed: Event Begins May 6

The Build developer conference will take place on May 6 to 8. Just like the previous years, the event is happening alongside Google’s I/O, also scheduled in the same week.

Microsoft February 7, 2019

Samsung's New Wireless Earphones 'Galaxy Buds,' Galaxy S10 (Again) Leak: Reverse Charging, In-Display Fingerprint Reader

Samsung's new truly wireless earphones called 'Galaxy Buds' just got leaked, and yet another Galaxy S10 leak is circulating online too. What's more, they show off the rumored reverse charging feature and confirm the in-display fingerprint reader.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech February 6, 2019

Unsend Option Finally Available In Facebook Messenger, But What’s The Catch?

Users now have the option to unsend a message in Facebook Messenger, but it has to be done quickly. Previously, this option was only available to the company's CEO.

Apps/Software February 6, 2019

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