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Uber Eats Moves To The Main Uber App For Quicker Food Deliveries

Uber Eats is now available from the main Uber app. At least in some markets, customers can now order food without having to download the standalone Uber Eats app.

Apps/Software June 5, 2019

Yup, Apple Is Truly Selling A Monitor Stand For $999

Apple’s Pro Display XDR stand is a sleek, gorgeous hunk of metal that retails for $999. Yes, the price the iPhone X originally sold for in 2017.

Apple June 5, 2019

How To Install iOS 13 Right Now — Spoiler Alert: You Must Be A Developer

iOS 13 is here. Well, sort of — those enrolled in Apple’s Developer Program can now download and install the latest update, but it’s probably really buggy and sluggish at the moment.

Apps/Software June 5, 2019

You’re Going To See A Lot More Ads In Your Instagram Feed

Instagram will show you ads from influencer you don’t even follow. It’s part of its efforts to help business reach even more audiences on the platform than previous.

Apps/Software June 5, 2019

macOS Catalina Will Not Have A Dashboard Feature

One beloved but little-used feature on macOS is going away. macOS Catalina appears to be gutting Dashboard completely, but the change makes plenty of sense as it provides little function these days.

Apple June 5, 2019

WWDC 2019: New ‘Find My’ Feature Can Track Your Apple Devices Even If They’re Offline

Apple has fused Find My iPhone and Find My Friends into a single app called Find My. With it, you’ll be able to track lost or stolen Apple devices even if they’re not connected to a Wi-Fi network.

Apple June 4, 2019

Microsoft Allegedly Working On Dual-Screen Surface Device

Microsoft has apparently been showing off a dual-screen Surface prototype to employees. It might even release this device sometime within the next six months, if rumors are to be believed.

Microsoft June 4, 2019

Goodbye, Notch: Oppo And Xiaomi Hint At Under-Display Selfie Cameras

Oppo and Xiaomi may have just sped-up the death of the notch design. Both companies are teasing what appear to be phones with under-display cameras, but there’s no telling when either might be released.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech June 4, 2019

WWDC 2019: The Mac Pro Is Back And It’s Exactly What You Wished For

As promised, the new Mac Pro is here. Apple redesigned the machine inside and out, making what’s perhaps the biggest comeback in tech thus far.

Apple June 4, 2019

Apple Proves iPads Have Outgrown iOS With New iPadOS: How Is It Different?

Moving forward, iPads will no longer be running iOS. Instead, they’ll be powered by the new iPadOS, which caters to the tablet experience more specifically.

Apple June 4, 2019

Use Google Search AR To See How Big Animals Actually Are

How large is a tiger? If your phone is compatible with ARCore or ARKit, you can see a life-sized version of it. There’ll be more animals and objects, too — soon, you’ll be able to look at sneakers.

Google June 3, 2019

Samsung Is Developing Multiple VR And AR Devices

Multiple AR and VR devices from Samsung are coming soon, according to an executive from the company. It’s not clear if they’ll still be called Gear, though.

Gadgets June 3, 2019

Niantic Ends Pokémon GO Support For Apple Watch

No more 'Pokémon GO' support for Apple Watch users beginning July. Instead, users should just switch to Adventure Sync, which provides most of the features from the app, says Niantic.

Video Games June 3, 2019

Google Services Are Back After Widespread Outages

After suffering outages, a number of Google services are now online again. The issues affected not only Google’s apps, but a number of sites and services, too.

Google June 3, 2019

You’ll Be Able To Play ‘Cuphead’ … On Your Tesla

Add 'Cuphead' to the list of playable games on your Tesla. Elon Musk has confirmed that the acclaimed side-scrolling platformer is coming to Tesla cars sometime this summer.

Video Games June 3, 2019

It Appears Apple Is Really Killing iTunes, Marking The End Of An Era

All signs point to Apple finally pulling the plug on iTunes at WWDC 2019. In place of it will be a standalone Music app, which is said to retain many features iTunes currently offers.

Apple June 1, 2019

AirPods Getting Quieter? You Can Get A Free Replacement From Apple

If your AirPods has gotten noticeably quieter since you last purchased them, it might be a good idea to take them to the Apple Store to get them replaced. For free, by the way.

Apple June 1, 2019

Unknown ‘Media Device’ By Google Suddenly Shows Up On FCC

Per a new FCC filing, it appears Google is preparing an unknown media device. Speculation suggests it’s a new portable Nest smart home product, but no one knows for sure.

Google June 1, 2019

Spotify Working On Live Playlists You Can Create With Friends

Soon, it might be a lot easier to add tracks to a Spotify queue even if you’re not hosting it. Social Listening is a feature in-testing that will let you and friends collaborate on a shared queue.

Apps/Software June 1, 2019

Play Store Now Rolling Out Material Design Revamp: Check It Out

Play Store now has a fresh new look. At long last, Material Design has finally arrived on the service, dropping tired old design changes for a cleaner, less cluttered look and feel.

Google June 1, 2019

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