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Nike Adapt BB Issues: Users Report Android Update Is Bricking Their Self-Lacing Smart Shoes

The Android companion app for the new Nike Adapt BB is reportedly causing some issues. Users say that they can no longer pair their smartphones with the self-lacing smart shoes after the latest firmware update.

Wearable Tech February 21, 2019

You Can Now Stop Facebook's Android App From Tracking Your Location In The Background

Facebook has rolled out a new update to its Android app, giving users more control over their privacy settings. Now they can stop the app from tracking their location, even when they're not using it.

Apps/Software February 20, 2019

Big-Name Companies Such As Disney, Nestle Pull YouTube Ads Due To Child Videos Problem

Companies have pulled their ads from YouTube after the problem with child videos on the platform surfaced. Video blogger Mark Watson, who discovered the issue, said he found a 'wormhole into a softcore pedophilia ring' on the website.

Internet February 20, 2019

Steam's Video Section Gets 'Retired' As Valve Moves To 'Refocus' On Gaming-Related Content

Valve has started to 'refocus' its efforts on gaming-related content, but it's removing Steam's Video section as a result. Video content won't exactly disappear from the platform, though.

Video Games February 20, 2019

Apple's New Tutorial Videos Teach You Photography Features Of The iPhone XR, iPhone XS

Apple has released four new tutorial videos focused on photos and the iPhone on its YouTube channel. Among them is a clip that highlights the depth control feature of the iPhone XR and iPhone XS.

Apple February 19, 2019

Qualcomm Already Wants You To Meet Its 'Second-Generation 5G Solution' Snapdragon X55

Qualcomm is already taking the wraps off the Snapdragon X55, its 'second-generation 5G solution.' That's despite the fact that a Snapdragon X50 device has yet to launch commercially.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech February 19, 2019

Google Keep For iOS Now Works On Apple Watch

After removing Maps in 2017, Google is returning to the Apple Watch with Keep. In the latest update, the note-taking app now has support for the Cupertino brand's wearable.

Apps/Software February 19, 2019

Samsung To Ship Out The Galaxy S10 By March 8, Offers Up To $550 Off For Those Who Reserve Now

Samsung is set to start shipping out the highly anticipated Galaxy S10 on March 8. The brand is also offering up to $550 for those who reserve one now.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech February 12, 2019

Apple To Launch News Subscription Service But Faces Publishers' Backlash Over 50 Percent Revenue Cut: Report

Apple is getting ready to launch its news subscription service that's described as a 'Netflix for news.' However, it's running into some issues with publishers over the terms, according to a new report.

Apple February 12, 2019

Samsung Hints At Foldable Phone Debut Alongside Galaxy S10: 'The Future Unfolds'

Samsung just dropped a huge hint about its first foldable phone. From what can be gathered, it's pretty much confirmed that it's going to debut alongside the Galaxy S10 on Feb. 20 at its Unpacked Event.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech February 11, 2019

2019 iPhone Models Will Still Have Lightning Ports Instead Of USB-C: Report

2019 iPhone models are said to sport Lightning ports instead of USB-C. What's more, they're rumored to be bundled with the same-old 5W USB-A charger, meaning users still won't be able to use fast-charging from the get-go.

Apple February 11, 2019

Respawn On 'Apex Legends': 'We Want This To Be A 10-Year Game'

Respawn Entertainment has said that it wants 'Apex Legends' to be a '10-year game.' In other words, the developers are determined to continue supporting the battle royale shooter as long as there are players interested in it.

Video Games February 10, 2019

Malicious Android App That Steals Cryptocurrency Found On The Play Store

ESET has discovered an Android app that steals cryptocurrency on the Google Play Store. Called a 'clipper,' it tricks users into depositing into the hacker's cryptocurrency wallet address instead of their own.

Security February 10, 2019

Google's Adiantum Lets Even Cheap Android Smartphones Get Encryption

Google is unveiling its new form of encryption called Adiantum. It's designed to work with even low-end smartphones, computers, and the like without slowing them down and making them unusable.

Google February 7, 2019

Popular iOS Apps Found To Secretly Record Your iPhone Screen, Put Your Personal Data At Risk

An investigation by TechCrunch found that a lot of popular iOS apps are secretly recording iPhone users' screens. This method of gathering data known as 'session replaying' may inadvertently expose sensitive information and put them at risk.

Security February 6, 2019

Samsung's New Wireless Earphones 'Galaxy Buds,' Galaxy S10 (Again) Leak: Reverse Charging, In-Display Fingerprint Reader

Samsung's new truly wireless earphones called 'Galaxy Buds' just got leaked, and yet another Galaxy S10 leak is circulating online too. What's more, they show off the rumored reverse charging feature and confirm the in-display fingerprint reader.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech February 6, 2019

Here's How To Play 'Sea Of Thieves' For Free This Week Via Its 'Friends Play Free' Promo

'Sea of Thieves' is free to play this week, thanks to its 'Friends Play Free' promo. As the name implies, those who own the game can invite up to three friends to play with them at no cost at all.

Video Games February 5, 2019

Google's Live Transcribe, Sound Amplifier Android Apps Help Deaf Or Hard-Of-Hearing People: Here's How

Google has unwrapped two new Android apps for deaf and hard-of-hearing users. Called Live Transcribe and Sound Amplifier, these accessibility features can help people with hearing loss in daily interactions and the like.

Google February 4, 2019

Top 10 Best-Selling Nintendo Switch Games Revealed, 5 Of Which Have Sold Over 10M Copies

The numbers are in, and the rankings are out. Notably, 'Super Smash Bros. Ultimate' is among the top 10 best-selling Nintendo Switch games, despite launching just a few weeks ago in December.

Video Games February 3, 2019

Desktop Apps In Windows Mixed Reality Now Possible Via Preview Build 18329

The recently announced Windows 10 Insider Preiew Build 18329 is coming with a feature that lets users run Win32 desktop apps in Windows Mixed Reality. There's also a new Top apps section in Search and dark mode for Mail and Calendar.

Microsoft February 1, 2019

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