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Monthly Archives: March 2019

  • Apple Claps Back At Spotify Basically Calling It A Leech That’s Squeezing Musicians

    Following an antitrust complaint filed by Spotify with the European Commission, Apple has issued a lengthy statement defending its App Store policies, and refuting Spotify's claims that it is being treated unfairly. The statement also insinuates that Spotify has become a leech, saying the App Store helped the streaming music...
  • Christchurch shootings: Sajid Javid warns tech giants over footage

    Social media companies have been told to "clean up their platforms" or be prepared to face the "force of the law" by Home Secretary Sajid Javid. The warning comes after a gunman who killed 49 people at two mosques in New Zealand filmed the attack and live-streamed it directly to...
  • Qualcomm Awarded $31 Million After Apple Found Guilty Of Violating 3 Patents

    Qualcomm and Apple have been duking it out in courts around the globe with respect to patents and licensing agreements. Today, however, Qualcomm was the big winner as a U.S. jury handed the chip company a $31 million judgement in its favor. The jury in the U.S. District Court for the South...
  • Snap Rumored To Launch Gaming Platform Next Month

    Snap Inc., the parent company of Snapchat, is getting set to launch a new gaming service according to sources familiar with the plans. Those sources claim that the gaming platform will be launched for developers next month and goes by the codename "Project Cognac." According to the source, the service...
  • Qualcomm Reveals Smartphones May Soon Have 100MP+ Cameras

    How soon will consumers be able to purchase 100+ megapixel cameras? According to Qualcomm, 64MP and 100+MP cameras could be available as soon as the end of 2019. Qualcomm chips reportedly already support 192-megapixel sensors and the company is merely waiting for smartphone developers to catch up. Qualcomm Senior Director...
  • Google's Pixel 4 XL Packs A Mighty Punch In These Speculative Renders

    We’ve heard a lot of rumors surrounding the upcoming Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, and today a new leak is giving us some more insight into how the smartphones may actually look. Our first taste of the new design came back in mid-January, when drawings of a supposed Google Pixel 4...
  • Huawei Has Homegrown Replacements For Android And Windows In Case Of Potential US Ban

    Huawei has seen massive growth in the smartphone market in part because prices for Apple and Samsung devices have soared. Huawei is very popular outside of the U.S., but the company has virtually no marketshare inside the U.S. due to the government urging carriers not to offer its devices over...
  • No Man's Sky Beyond Adds Sprawling Online Multiplayer Component, Coming This Summer

    No Man’s Sky is about to receive a major update. Developer Hello Games recently announced that their next update will include No Man’s Sky Online, an online multiplayer experience. This new multiplayer component will be part of No Man’s Sky’s fifth major update. Hello Games co-founder Sean Murray remarked that...
  • Hide Your Galaxy S10's Punch Hole Cutout With These Amazing Wallpapers

    Samsung's recently launched Galaxy S10 series represents the best of the popular smartphone line yet, with a gorgeous display, an excellent camera system, and some nifty features. There is that punch-hole cutout, though, which some people find annoying. If you are one of them, you can turn the eyesore into...
  • Apex Legends Cheat-Makers Are Evolving To Exploit Latest Battle Royale Craze

    Online multiplayer gaming is a beautiful thing, and thanks to high-speed Internet connections, it is a phenomenon that has transformed modern day gameplay. It's why battle royale shooters can exist, and be so popular. Unfortunately, cheating is a real problem, and the only ones who like a cheater are those...

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