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Monthly Archives: August 2018

  • iOS 12 Beta Spams Users Into Submission With Incessant Update Popups

    Apple is in the homestretch of testing iOS 12 in beta form before it receives a final coat of polish and rolls out to the public. Unfortunately for developers who are doing the actual testing, iOS 12 seems to be stumbling at the finish line. Specifically, beta testers report that...
  • Google Pixel 3 Leaks Showing Its Notch-Less 5.5-inch Face And Dual Selfie Cams

    Unless previous leaks got things grossly wrong, Google is going to release two Pixel 3 models, one with a display notch and one without it. We have seen plenty of leaked photos of the Pixel 3 XL, which is the one that will have a notch (presumably), but now there...
  • Scientists Develop MagicScroll Touch Display Tablet That Rolls Up Like A Digital Scroll

    Back in ancient times, before the Internet was a thing and touchscreen devices dominated the landscape, people read newspapers made from wood pulp (and other ingredients). You could roll it up and tuck it under your arm. Touchscreen tablets don't afford the same level of convenience, but that might change...
  • Garmin's Sleek New Vivosmart 4 Fitness Wearable Tracks Activity, Monitors Oxygen Saturation

    Garmin has announced a new wearable that has some very cool tracking capabilities called the vivosmart 4. The device is very slim, and the coolest feature of the wearable is that it has a wrist-based pulse oximeter. A pulse oximeter is a medical device that can track oxygen saturation or...
  • Microsoft Announces Office 365 Home And Personal Install Limits Will Be Lifted

    It's not uncommon for people to work with multiple electronic devices these days. You might have a laptop for work, a laptop for personal use, a desktop at home, and a tablet for yourself and several devices for other family members. Lots of devices are common, and this posed a...
  • Tablet bends 'like ancient scroll'

    A university in Canada has developed a tablet with a flexible screen that can rolled up. "We were inspired by ancient scrolls because their form allows for a more natural, uninterrupted experience of long visual timelines." says Dr Roel Vertegaal. Meanwhile, major technology brands are racing to be the first...
  • iPhone XS, Apple Watch Series 4 Images Leak From Cupertino Ahead Of September 12 Reveal

    Apple is always worried about its suppliers leaking images and parts for its upcoming products, but in recent years, many of the most critical leaks have come from within. We saw this last year when nearly every detail/feature concerning the 2017 iPhone X were spoiled by a HomePod firmware leak. This...
  • Netgear Orbi Voice Mesh Satellite Wi-Fi Hotspot Doubles As Amazon Alexa Smart Speaker

    Netgear has announced a new product called the Orbi Voice Smart Speaker and WiFi Mesh Satellite with Built-in Amazon Alexa. That is a very long name to describe a product that can play music for you and answer questions thanks to Amazon Alexa integration. The device is also a mesh hotspot...
  • Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme Amps Its Lineage With 15-Inch 4K HDR Display, GTX 1050 Ti MaxQ GPU

    Lenovo is expanding its ThinkPad X1 family with the arrival of an even larger form-factor. Today, the company has announced the ThinkPad X1 Extreme, which touts a 15.6-inch display (a family first) and discrete graphics (also a first).  Starting with that 15.6-inch display; it's a 4K HDR panel with Dolby Vision support...
  • New York renamed 'Jewtropolis' in map hack

    New York City was briefly renamed "Jewtropolis" in mapping software used by social media site Snapchat and others. The company called it an act of "vandalism" and said it worked with its partner Mapbox to "get this fixed immediately". In a statement, Snap said the defacement was "deeply offensive". Mapbox...

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