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Don’t Expect The Galaxy Note 10 To Have Samsung’s New 64-Megapixel Sensor

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 might not get Samsung’s just-announced 64-megapixel sensor, according to a trusted industry tipster. It might, however, get the company’s also just-announced 48-megapixel one.

Tech May 13, 2019

Apple Starting To Roll Out Its Apple Card: Check It Out

Apple tipster Ben Geskin has shared photos of what seems to be the official Apple Card packaging. Apple’s first physical card is said to launch this summer.

Tech May 13, 2019

Is Your Pixel Slowing Down? You Might Have To Disable Google's Digital Wellbeing: Here's How

According to Pixel owners, Google's Digital Wellbeing feature is slowing down their devices. The reports say that the performance issue affects the original Pixel up to the high-end Pixel 3.

Tech May 13, 2019

Best Pixel 3a, Pixel 3a XL Cases: Rugged, Thin, And More

Now that Google has launched the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL, it's time for buyers to look for the best case there is for them. Here are a couple worth considering from Spigen, Google itself, and more.

Tech May 12, 2019

You Can Now Listen To Google Podcasts On iOS And Desktop Too

You can now play podcasts via Google Podcasts directly from the web or search results. It works when searching for podcasts on a browser on iOS as well.

Tech May 11, 2019

Wondering Where's Samsung Galaxy Home? Smart Speaker Goes AWOL

In February, Samsung said its Bixby-powered Galaxy Home smart speaker would come out in April. Well, April has come and gone, and there’s still no device in sight.

Tech May 11, 2019

Amazon Prime One-Day Shipping Now Available In Some Areas

As promised late last month, Amazon is now offering one-day shipping for Prime orders. It’s not showing up yet on some accounts, so your mileage may vary.

Tech May 11, 2019

Is Your ISP Spying On You? How To Stay Safe From ISP Spying?

In 2016, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) passed new rules which were meant to protect consumer online privacy.

Tech May 10, 2019

Is Payroll The Weak Link In Your Organization's Cybersecurity Network?

Cybersecurity threats are pervasive, with the potential to upend business operations, undermine credibility, and substantially impact profitability. The age-old analogy of a chain only being as strong as its weakest link certainly holds merit in this paradigm.

Tech May 14, 2019

Samsung Confirms New Galaxy Fold Release Date ‘Will Not Be Too Late’

It appears that the Galaxy Fold may come sooner than anyone expected. According to co-CEO DJ Koh, the device might be released before May ends.

Tech May 10, 2019

Nike Is Using Augmented Reality To Know Your Exact Shoe Size

According to industry research, 60 percent of people are wearing the wrong shoe size. Nike wants to change that with Nike Fit, its upcoming augmented reality feet measurement tool.

Tech May 10, 2019

If You Hate iTunes, Expect To Be Disappointed At Apple’s Rumored Standalone Music App For macOS

Apple’s rumored standalone Music app might not be as trimmed-down as initially anticipated. It appears it’ll basically be iTunes, just with a handful of features removed.

Tech May 10, 2019

Heads Up Sonos Owners: Google Assistant Is Coming Your Way

As promised back in 2017, Google Assistant is finally heading to Sonos’ smart speakers. Sonos had missed its original 2018 target but now support is finally coming soon.

Tech May 11, 2019

Short On Credit? Google Play Store Now Lets Some People Pay In Cash

Pending transactions are now live in Japan and Mexico, and Google plans to roll it out to more developing countries over time. The option lets user buy apps and pay for them in cash at convenience stores.

Tech May 11, 2019

Apple Stops Selling LG's UltraFine 5K Display Following Reports It's Working On Its Own 6K Display

LG's UltraFine 5K Display is no longer available at Apple.com. This development comes as the Cupertino brand is said to be working on its own 31.6-inch 6K display.

Tech May 10, 2019

Here's How To Disable Google Assistant If You've Had Enough Of It

Google Assistant isn't just a fun chatting partner when there's no one else around, but it's also really helpful in carrying out tasks. It's not for everyone, though, so it's a good thing it's easy to disable.

Tech May 10, 2019

Get A Free Pixel 3a If You Trade In An iPhone XS Max Via Google's Promo

Google has a new trade-in promo for the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL. iPhone XS Max owners can get either one of them for free if they avail the deal, and the company will even pay them for it.

Tech May 9, 2019

Is The Smartphone World Ready For 64-Megapixel Cameras? Well, Samsung Is

Samsung’s new image sensor is technically 64 megapixels, but it’ll merge four pixels into a single 16-megapixel shot for optimum clarity and color accuracy. It might show up on 2020 phones.

Tech May 9, 2019

Powerbeats Pro Gets IPX4 Water Resistance Rating, But Here’s What That Means

You’ll be able to sweat through your entire workout while wearing the Powerbeats Pro thanks to its IPX4 rating. But maybe don’t wear it if you’re going swimming.

Tech May 9, 2019

Instagram Will Find Posts With Misleading Info, But It Won’t Remove Them

Instagram has begun handing off to Facebook posts that may contain misinformation. Even when found as such, however, they won’t be removed from the platform entirely.

Tech May 9, 2019

Here Are Some Android Q Beta Features You Can Try Right Now: Dark Mode, New Gestures, And More

Now that Android Q beta 3 is available to download, users can test out some of the new features it's coming with. That includes a dark mode, new gesture controls, and Smart Reply.

Tech May 9, 2019

Losing Wi-Fi On Your Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e? You Might Be Holding It Wrong

Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e owners are reporting that they're losing Wi-Fi on the tablet when holding it in a certain position. This could be the second coming of Antennagate.

Tech May 9, 2019

Pixel 3a vs. Pixel 3: What's The Difference Between The Google Phones?

Google's new Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL are now official. At that, the differences between them and their predecessors the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are now clear.

Tech May 8, 2019

Hackers Steal More Than $40 Million Worth Of Bitcoin From Crypto Exchange Binance

Crypto exchange company Binance lost more than $40 million worth of bitcoin to hackers in a large-scale security breach, the CEO said on Tuesday. The Binance hack poses a question: is cryptocurrency safe?

Tech May 9, 2019

All Pixel Phones Are Getting A New Time Lapse Mode

Time Lapse mode is now available on all Pixel phones, including the very first ones. Simply open the Google Camera app, enter Time Lapse mode, set and adjust as you like, and witness a sped-up passage of time.

Tech May 9, 2019

Google Says It’s Already Developing A Foldable Phone, But Don’t Count On One Soon

Google is looking into foldable technology. In fact, it’s already made a number of prototypes, but it doesn’t see a clear purpose for the new and much-hyped-about form factor yet.

Tech May 8, 2019

Augmented Reality Is Coming To Google Search, Here’s What That Means

Instead of reading about the solar system, Google Search can just show you how it works. Augmented reality is being integrated into Google’s Search platform, which should make learning more dynamic.

Tech May 8, 2019

Android Q To Introduce Live Captions And Subtitles To Any Content

Users can access Live Captions on Android Q by clicking any of the volume buttons on their device. It will literally transcribe any audio or video from any app.

Tech May 9, 2019

Android Q Beta 3 Installation Guide: How To Sideload The Update Or Get It Via OTA

Android Q beta 3 is now available to download and install on certain devices, such as Google's Pixel phones. The update adds a lot of new features and security improvements, among other things.

Tech May 7, 2019

Stopping Google Assistant Alarms With Voice Commands Just Became More Natural

Google Assistant is receiving a new feature that makes stopping alarms and timers easier. Now users can simply say 'stop' to turn them off, without having to say 'Hey Google' or 'OK Google.'

Tech May 8, 2019

Here's How To Activate The New Android Q Beta Gesture Controls

Google is introducing new gestures on the third developer preview of Android Q. The update is now available for select devices, meaning users can already enable the new 'iPhone-like' controls.

Tech May 8, 2019

Future Windows 10 Versions To Ship With Real Linux Kernel For WSL

The Microsoft-Linux relationship continues to move forward after Microsoft announced to release a Linux kernel built into an upcoming version of Windows 10. The new kernel will significantly improve the performance of the Windows Subsystem for Linux.

Tech May 14, 2019

Microsoft Edge Will Feature An ‘Internet Explorer’ Mode For Loading Ancient Websites

Microsoft’s Chromium-based Edge is getting an Internet Explorer mode, which will make it easier to load websites that don’t support modern browsers. No idea when it might be released, though.

Tech May 7, 2019

Hands-Free Alexa Voice Commands Finally Available On Windows 10 PCs

Amazon’s newly updated Alexa app for Windows 10 now lets users access the digital assistant hands-free. It comes with voice command support for Pandora, as well.

Tech May 7, 2019

WWDC 2019 Rumors: Mac Pro Redesign, iOS Dark Mode, iPad Apps On Mac, And More

Rumors and speculation are mounting as Apple’s WWDC event nears. Some say it will unveil the redesigned Mac Pro, iPad apps that work on Macs, new features for iOS 13, and more.

Tech May 7, 2019

Google Completely Redesigns Android Auto: Check It Out

Google is rolling out a new and improved version of Android Auto later this summer. Apart from a brand-new look, it’s also got a handful of user interface tweaks for a more seamless experience.

Tech May 7, 2019

If You Retweet Something, You Can Now Add Pictures, Videos, Or GIFs Along With It

Twitter’s update retweet function now lets you add images, videos, and GIFs to retweets. It looks terrible on the desktop version, though, which hopefully gets fixed soon.

Tech May 7, 2019

WATCH: Microsoft Screws Up Its HoloLens 2 Demo Of The Apollo Moon Landing

Microsoft was going to do a HoloLens 2 demo of the Apollo 11 moon landing at Build 2019. However, it couldn't quite pull it off.

Tech May 7, 2019

OnePlus 7 Is Pretty Much The OnePlus 6T With Upgraded Specs

Renders of the new OnePlus 7 have leaked, and from the look of things, it looks similar to its predecessor the OnePlus 6T. It seems that the difference between the two will be what's inside.

Tech May 7, 2019

Chrome Users Can Soon Limit Tracking Cookies With New Privacy Tools: Report

According to a report, Google's Chrome is going to get new privacy tools that can limit tracking cookies and the like. That way, users will have more control over their online data on the browser.

Tech May 6, 2019

FCC Warns Against 'One-Ring' Robocall Scam

Scammers are using robot programs to lure consumers into making costly long-distance phone calls. The One Ring or 'Wangiri' scam convinces people to call back unidentified numbers to rack up a huge phone bill.

Tech May 8, 2019

OnePlus 7 Pro To Feature UFS 3.0 Storage: Here’s What That Means

With UFS 3.0 storage, the OnePlus 7 Pro will be a tad bit faster than other flagships that boast less advanced storage technologies. OnePlus is set to unveil its flagships this May 14.

Tech May 6, 2019

2019 iPhones Will Come With Redesigned Antennas, Says Ming-Chi Kuo

Apple will switch to a new antenna for the iPhones due this year. It’ll revert to traditional ones for the 5G variants in 2020, though.

Tech May 6, 2019

EMV Cards Might Soon Work With Apple Pay For Much Easier Public Transportation

Apple Pay might soon allow commuters to set their existing cards as an EMV pass. This should greatly streamline the process and negate the need to preload funds.

Tech May 6, 2019

Facebook Developing A Cryptocurrency System That Could Be Bigger Than Apple Pay

Facebook’s cryptocurrency-based payments system could be bigger than initially expected. The social network is even allegedly planning to incentivize usage of its own payments platform.

Tech May 4, 2019

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