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Next-Gen Xbox, Aka Anaconda, Will Be 'More Advanced' Than The PlayStation 5: Insiders

Insiders claim that the next-gen Xbox is going to be 'more advanced' than the PlayStation 5. If true, then the Xbox could retain its title as 'the world's most powerful console.'

Video Games

Players Review Bomb 'Assassin's Creed Unity' ... With Positive Ratings, After Ubisoft's Notre-Dame Efforts

In just a few days, the average user review of 'Assassin's Creed Unity' on Steam is going from 'Mixed' to 'Very Positive.' That's because of a 'reverse review-bombing' following Ubisoft's efforts in helping with the Notre Dame Cathedral's restoration.

Video Games

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Rumor Roundup: Buttonless Design, 5G Model, And 4-Camera Setup

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is arguably one of the most highly anticipated phones. As evidence to that, there has been a lot of rumors surrounding it, including a buttonless design and a 5G model.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech

Amazon Music Is Now Free For Alexa Users As New Ad-Supported Tier Goes Live

Amazon has launched a new free tier of Amazon Music for owners of Alexa-enabled devices, such as the Echo. It's ad-supported, but it gives customers access to thousands of stations and the top playlists on the platform.

Apps/Software

Samsung Galaxy S10 Gets Dedicated Night Mode That Lets Users Activate The Bright Night Feature Manually

A dedicated night mode is making its way to Samsung Galaxy S10 phones. It's rolling out as part of the security patch for April 2019.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 18, 2019

OnePlus 7 vs. OnePlus 7 Pro: Leaks Reveal Design, Specs Differences

Partial specs of the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro have been leaked. Based on them, there are some key differences between the two variants.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 18, 2019

Facebook Has 'Unintentionally Uploaded' Email Contacts Of 1.5M New Users Since May 2016

Facebook accidentally uploaded email contacts of 1.5 million users who signed up for an account during the course of three years. According to the findings, this has been happening since May 2016.

Security April 18, 2019

Samsung Galaxy Fold Phones Are Already Breaking After A Few Days Of Use

Samsung Galaxy Fold devices have reportedly been breaking after one or two days of use. According to the reviewers, removing the 'polymer layer' that looks just like a plastic screen protector could be the problem.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 17, 2019

Capcom Home Arcade Is The New Retro Console With 16 Classic Games

Capcom has announced its take on the retro console. Called the Capcom Home Arcade, it's a plug-and-play device that comes with 16 preinstalled classics and two 'competition-class' joysticks and buttons.

Video Games April 17, 2019

Sony Reveals First PlayStation 5 Details: SSD, PS4 Backward Compatibility, And More

The first few details of Sony's next-generation console have been revealed. Presumably called PlayStation 5, it's going to boast PlayStation 4 backward compatibility, SSD, Ryzen and Radeon chips, and compatibility with current-gen PlayStation VR headsets.

Video Games April 17, 2019

Free-To-Play 'Forza Street' Now Available On PC, With Android And iOS Versions Coming Later

'Forza Street' is the new free-to-play racing title for Windows 10. It's set to launch on Android and iOS too, making it the first in the series to go beyond the PC and Xbox platforms.

Video Games April 16, 2019

Google Pixel 3 And Pixel 3a Could Be Available At T-Mobile Soon

The Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL could be in T-Mobile's lineup soon. The yet-to-be-launched Pixel 3a, Pixel 3a XL, and Pixel 4 are also said to be part of the magenta carrier's plans.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 16, 2019

The Best Samsung Galaxy S10 Wallpaper 'Hides' The Hole-Punch Camera: Here Are 5 Worth Downloading

One of the best things about the new Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup is how the Infinity-O Display and its hole-punch camera can be 'hidden.' At that, here are some of the best Galaxy S10 wallpapers to obfuscate the cutout.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 15, 2019

Confirmed (Again): 'God Of War' Isn't Getting A DLC

Director Cory Barlog has confirmed again that 'God of War' isn't going to get a DLC. It all started with a tweet that was actually referring to the free stuff as part of the game's anniversary celebration rather than an expansion.

Video Games April 15, 2019

Samsung Galaxy S10E vs. LG G8 ThinQ: A Comparison Between The 'Affordable' Flagships

The Samsung Galaxy S10E and the LG G8 ThinQ are some of the new smartphones to hit the market. Both of them are arguably 'affordable' flagships, so how does one stack up against the other?

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 14, 2019

Apple's New 'Confirm Subscription' Prompt Will Prevent You From Making Accidental Purchases

Apple has rolled out a new pop-up message to prevent users from making accidental purhcases or becoming victims of scams. The new "Confirm Subscription" prompt will make sure users really meant to sign up for something or not.

Apple April 13, 2019

Amazon Listens To Your Alexa Conversations: Here's How To Stop It

A recent report found out that Amazon workers listen to users' conversations with Alexa. Good thing there's a way to stop them from doing so or at least limit what they can access.

Security April 13, 2019

Samsung Galaxy A80 Offers Glimpse Of How The Next Galaxy S Smartphone Could Look: Notchless Display, Rotating Cameras

Samsung has unveiled the new Galaxy A80 that features a bezel-less screen called New Infinity Display and a rotating camera system. It's a midrange smartphone with a next-generation design that could eventually be brought over to the Galaxy S series.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 12, 2019

Getting A Samsung Galaxy S10 Screen Replacement Is Not Going To Be Cheap

The prices to get a screen replacement for the Samsung Galaxy S10E, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10 Plus have been revealed. The pricing set for the service is the highest ever yet for the company.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 12, 2019

Google, Huawei Will Pay You Up To $400 If You Own A Faulty Nexus 6P

Google and Huawei have agreed to pay Nexus 6P owners who have experienced random shutdowns or bootloops up to $400. That is, if the courts approve the settlement on May 9.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 11, 2019

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