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Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 Gets Bluetooth SIG Certification: Launch Imminent?

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 made its way to the Bluetooth SIG on May 15, receiving the necessary certification. This indicates that it might soon hit the market, so here's what to expect.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech May 16, 2018

'Rage 2' Official Teaser Confirms The Game: Bethesda Promises Another Teaser On May 15

Following recent leaks, Bethesda confirmed that 'Rage 2' is in the works and it even dropped a teaser. The company will release another teaser on May 15, showing the gameplay.

Video Games May 14, 2018

Google One Debuts With New Paid Customer Storage Plans For Google Drive: What Does It Offer?

Google is revamping the paid consumer storage tiers for Google Drive customers, upgrading them to Google One. Here's what it means, what it brings, what changes, and how much it will cost.

Google May 14, 2018

Samsung Galaxy J4 And Galaxy J6 Specs Leak: Infinity Display On A Budget

The core specifications of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy J4 and Galaxy J6 budget smartphones were leaked online, and they will both feature Infinity Displays. Here's what else they will have to offer.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech May 14, 2018

YouTube HDR Videos Now Supported On Apple's iPhone X And iPhone 8 Line

The YouTube app now supports HDR video streaming on the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X. The feature kicks in automatically, so no app update is necessary.

Apps/Software May 12, 2018

Samsung Galaxy S9 And Galaxy S9 Plus Show Up In Burgundy Red: Coming Soon

Real-life images of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus in Burgundy Red have surfaced online and they look vibrant. The red models are already up for pre-order in China, and should launch globally soon enough.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech May 11, 2018

FDA Warns Of EpiPen Shortage: How To Be Prepared When You Need An Emergency Allergy Shot

EpiPens and generic versions are facing a shortage in the United States, says the FDA. Here's how to deal with this issue and survive the shortage.

Public Health May 10, 2018

Nurse Suspected Of Spreading Hepatitis C Denies Having The Virus

Cora Weber, the nurse suspected of spreading hepatitis C, has admitted to taking discarded drugs from the hospital she worked at but denied having the virus or reusing needles on patients. Her lawyers also highlight she is a regular blood donor.

Public Health May 10, 2018

Purported Samsung Galaxy S8 Lite Gets Certifications, Could Launch On May 21

Both the FCC and TENAA listed an unannounced Samsung smartphone that might soon launch as the Galaxy S8 Lite. Here's what specifications it will bring to the table.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech May 10, 2018

OnePlus 6 Android P Beta Confirmed Ahead Of The Smartphone's Official Launch On May 16

OnePlus confirmed that its upcoming flagship killer, the OnePlus 6, will participate in Google's Android P open beta. The OnePlus 6 will officially debut next week, on May 16.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech May 9, 2018

Gmail App For iOS Gets Google Pay Features: How To Send And Request Money Easily

Gmail for iOS got a new update that adds an email snooze option, as well as the ability to make financial transactions via Google Pay. Here's how to send and request money through the Gmail iOS app.

Apps/Software May 9, 2018

LG TVs Get Smarter With Google Assistant Voice Controls And ThinQ AI

LG announced new home cinema experiences with ThinQ and Google Assistant, and now, it's delivering. Google Assistant is now live in LG's premium Super UHD and OLED smart TVs, so here's what it brings.

Smart Home May 9, 2018

Facebook Avatars Could Soon Let Users Better Express Themselves, Like Snapchat Bitmoji

A new feature called Facebook Avatars is currently in the works, aiming to enable users to better express themselves on the social network. It's still in the early stages, but it looks like a Facebook version of Snapchat's Bitmoji.

Internet May 8, 2018

'Pokémon GO' Summer Tour Announced: Will It Be Better Than The 2017 'Pokémon GO' Fest Disaster?

Niantic has announced a new 'Pokémon GO' Summer Tour that will kick off soon, and it will include a 'Pokémon GO' Fest in Chicago. After last year's massive disaster, has Niantic learned from its mistakes?

Video Games May 8, 2018

Google News Revamp Will Reportedly Make It Faster, With More Video: What To Expect

Google News is getting a significant update soon, with faster loading times thanks to AMP and more. The update will likely debut at Google I/O next week and will consolidate several other Google services.

Google May 6, 2018

New Facebook Messenger Malware Can Steal Users' Passwords, Money, Or CPU Power

A new malware called FacexWorm is making rounds on Facebook Messenger and it can steal users' passwords and money, or exploit their PC to mine cryptocurrency. Here's what to look out for.

Security May 5, 2018

Public Petition Seeks Apple MacBook Pro Recall Over Keyboard Problems

Apple's butterfly keyboard for MacBooks poses issues as the keys can get stuck from the smallest speck of dust. An online petition now calls on Apple to recall every MacBook Pro since 2016 and replace the keyboards with redesigned ones.

Apple May 5, 2018

Samsung Galaxy S9 Call Issues Get Fixes With The Latest Update, Rolling Out Now

The Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are now getting new software updates that finally fix the frustrating call issues. The updates are rolling out now in various regions worldwide.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech May 5, 2018

HTC Announces May 23 Event: Get Ready For The HTC U12 Plus Flagship With Dual Front And Rear Cameras

HTC officially confirmed a smartphone launch event for May 23, when it will likely unveil the HTC U12+ powerhouse with top specs and four cameras. Here's what we know so far about the company's next flagship.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech May 4, 2018

Washington Nurse Potentially Exposed Thousands Of Patients To Hepatitis C: Hospital Offers Free Tests And Treatment

A nurse at the MultiCare Good Samaritan Hospital in Puyallup, Washington, may have infected 2,600 patients with hepatitis C. The nurse no longer works there, and the hospital is offering free tests to potentially infected patients.

Public Health May 2, 2018

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