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Google Rolls Out The New Gmail Redesign For Android

The Gmail for Android is getting a major makeover. Google starts rolling out the overly white redesign for the Gmail app on Android, following the company’s move to create a uniform look across all G Suite products.

Google

Samsung Officially Unveils The Galaxy S10 Lineup: Bumped-Up Specs, Bigger Screen, More Cameras

Samsung finally unveils the Galaxy S10 phones after months and months in the rumor mill. Featuring three phone variants first, the company is also set to release a 5G version sometime this year.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech

Someone Found A 30-Year-Old Apple Computer In An Attic, And It’s Still Working

A decades-old Apple IIe is still functioning like it did when a New York City professor last used it 30 years ago. To his surprise, the obsolete computer still works well, even loading an old game from the ‘70s.

Apple February 20, 2019

An Impersonator Used A ‘Fake Email’ To Sabotage ‘Fortnite’ Dance Lawsuits

The copyright lawsuits against Epic Games have been piling up recently. In an attempt to stop them, an impersonator sent an email requesting the U.S. Copyright Office to dismiss the cases filed against the developer.

Video Games February 20, 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

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

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

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

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

Apex Legends Hits Another Milestone With 10 Million Players In 3 Days

'Apex Legends' did it again. Just three days after its surprise launch, Respawn and EA’s new battle royale shooter now has 10 million players on board.

Video Games 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

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

Respawn's 'Apex Legends' Reached 2.5 Million Unique Players In Just 24 Hours

Just a couple of days after it went live, 'Apex Legends' has already raked in millions of players. The game went past the 1 million milestone in just less than eight hours.

Video Games February 7, 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

Fake 5G Icon Appears In Some AT&T iPhones After Latest iOS Beta

AT&T’s 5G E badge first appeared on some Android phones in early January. Now iPhone users are in for a 'new' network, courtesy of the iOS 12.2 beta 2 update.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech February 5, 2019

14-Year-Old Boy Who Found FaceTime Bug Could Be Eligible For Apple's Bug Bounty Program

The boy who discovered an eavesdropping FaceTime bug might receive monetary rewards from Apple. Reports said that an Apple executive flew to Arizona to thank the teenager for his find.

Security February 5, 2019

Spotify Reportedly Plans To Acquire Podcast Firm Gimlet Media

Spotify is reportedly looking to expand its content through purchasing podcast producer Gimlet Media. Both companies are said to be in 'advanced talks,' according to sources.

Apps/Software February 4, 2019

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