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Apple Unveils New 10.5-Inch iPad Air, iPad Mini With Pencil Support

Apple has quietly taken the wraps off two new iPads: the new 10.5-inch iPad Air and iPad mini. Both are powered by the company's A12 Bionic chip and feature Apple Pencil compatibility.

Apple March 18, 2019

Archive Team Works To Preserve Public Google+ Posts In The Internet Archive

Google is set to shut down Google+ on April 2. Before that happens, the Archive Team is working to preserve public content on the platform and cache everything in the Internet Archive's 'Wayback Machine.'

Internet March 18, 2019

Samsung Galaxy S10 Problems: Owners Report 'Tap To Wake' Issue That Drains Battery Life

Apparently, the new Samsung Galaxy S10 doesn't know when it's inside a pocket or bag. Users report that the smartphone wakes up by itself and drains battery life.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 17, 2019

Pixel 4 XL Leak: Next Google Phone Could Have Hole-Punch Cutout, Rear Dual-Camera Setup

An alleged Pixel 4 XL leak shows that the next Google smartphone might have more cameras than its predecessors. At that, it could have two rear cameras and a pill-like hole-punch cutout on the front.

Google March 15, 2019

Snapchat To Launch Its Gaming Platform 'Project Cognac' Next Month: Report

According to a new report, Snap Inc. will announce its new gaming platform at its first-ever summit for content and developer partners in April. The service is codenamed 'Project Cognac,' and it's bringing third-party games to the Snapchat app.

Video Games March 15, 2019

Steam Link Anywhere Makes PC Game Streaming Portable

Valve has just rolled out Steam Link Anywhere, the new feature that lets users stream PC games on the go. It's still in beta, though.

Video Games March 15, 2019

Apple's New iPhone Ad Shows How Much 'Privacy Matters'

Apple has released a new iPhone ad that focuses on privacy. The commercial shows real-life scenarios and situations where 'privacy matters' in a relatable and funny way.

Apple March 14, 2019

Android Adware 'SimBad' Found In Over 200 Apps With More Than 150M Downloads

A strain of adware has been found in 206 Android apps with over 150 million downloads. Researchers dubbed the malware 'SimBad' because of how it mainly infected simulators.

Security March 14, 2019

Original Pixel, Pixel XL Are Getting Android Q Too

Google has just released the first Android Q beta, and it included the original Pixel and Pixel XL in the mix. That means there's a good chance the two are getting a consumer version of the update in the future.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 13, 2019

Respawn Bans Over 355K 'Apex Legends' PC Players As It Steps Up Efforts Against Cheaters

Respawn Entertainment has banned more than 355,000 'Apex Legends' cheaters on the PC. It's also planning a lot of countermeasures against cheating, including a new report function.

Video Games March 12, 2019

Android Q Beta Could Launch On March 13

Google could launch the first beta for Android Q on March 13. While the release date isn't set in stone just yet, the new update is expected to make its way to plenty of devices.

Apps/Software March 11, 2019

Nintendo Celebrates MAR10 Day With Deals On Mario Games And A Switch Bundle

It's March 10, and in Nintendo's parlance, it's MAR10 Day or Mario Day. This time around, the company is celebrating the event with deals on Mario games and a Switch bundle.

Video Games March 10, 2019

Here's How To Hide The Samsung Galaxy S10's Hole-Punch Camera

Samsung Galaxy S10 owners have at least two ways to hide their phones' hole-punch camera. For those who find the front camera distracting or annoying, it can be 'turned off' or hidden with creative wallpapers.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 10, 2019

Google Assistant's Continued Conversation Feature Now Works On Smart Displays

Continued Conversation is coming to Assistant-powered Smart Displays, such as the Google Home Hub and Lenovo Smart Display. The feature has been available in Home smart speakers since June, and now it's rolling out to more devices.

Google March 7, 2019

Don't Break Your Samsung Galaxy S10: iFixit Teardown Reveals It's A Pain To Repair

Samsung recently announced the Galaxy S10 lineup, and it was only a matter of time before it came into the hands of iFixit. After going through the company's teardown, it unfortunately scored a 3 out of 10 on the repairability scale.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 7, 2019

Samsung Already Plans To Launch 2 More Foldable Phones After The Galaxy Fold

After unveiling the Galaxy Fold, Samsung is reportedly already planning to release two more foldable phones. One is said to fold vertically, and the other is believed to fold outward, like Huawei's Mate X.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 7, 2019

Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL Can Now Get Repaired Via Google's Mail-In Service

Google's mail-in repair service now accepts the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. Before this, owners of the latest Pixel phones had to turn to authorized walk-in shops to get them fixed.

Google March 6, 2019

Second-Generation Google Glass Enterprise Edition With USB-C, Improved Specs Seen In Leaked Photos

An alleged second generation of the Google Glass Enterprise Edition gets leaked in photos. If they're true, then a USB-C port is going to replace the magnetic charging system of the previous version.

Google March 5, 2019

Samsung Galaxy S10 Has 'The Most Color Accurate Display' DisplayMate Has Ever Tested

According to DisplayMate, the Samsung Galaxy S10 has 'the most color accurate display we have ever measured.' So much so that it's 'visually indistinguishable from perfect.'

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 4, 2019

Players Report 'Anthem' Shuts Down Their PS4, One Even Says It Bricked Their Console

According to 'Anthem' players, the game is shutting down their PS4 or PS4 Pro. To make things worse, one user even says that it bricks their console.

Video Games March 4, 2019

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