The LG V30 received its Android 8.0 Oreo update on Verizon over a week ago and now Sprint has started rolling out said update on its network. Verizon released Android 8.0 Oreo for the LG V30 on March 11th and Sprint is doing that today. The carrier is rolling out the update over-the-air so users should expect to get an update notification on their handsets in the near future.
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A self-driving car owned by Uber was involved in an accident yesterday morning which resulted in the death of a pedestrian. As the investigation continues, Uber has grounded its entire fleet of self-driving cars until further notice. Toyota, the car manufacturer that just until a few days ago was said to be in negotiations to source self-driving car technology from Uber, has now decided to stop testing its self-driving cars on public roads as well.
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Unlike some of the other companies working on self-driving car technology, Apple hasn’t been that forthcoming with information about its plans. The company has been testing self-driving car technology on public roads in California and a new report reveals that Apple has ramped up its tests. The company actually has more permits for these tests in California than Tesla and Uber.
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Roku is launching its ad-supported movie and TV channel on third-party smart TVs in the United States starting with Samsung. The Roku Channel was launched in September last year and has only been available on Roku streaming devices and TVs powered by Roku OS. That’s going to change starting this summer when the Roku Channel is released for Samsung smart TVs.
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A new Huawei P20 Pro leak has revealed the details about the handset’s triple camera system. Huawei has heavily been hyping up the triple camera system in its teasers for the P20 Pro and it’s certainly going to be one of the most anticipated features of its upcoming device. The Huawei P20 Pro is going to have a 40 megapixel main sensor that the company has co-developed with Leica.
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As it gets more difficult to evade fake news, it’s important now more than ever to seek out legitimate news publications to form an opinion. Good journalism often comes at a cost and there’s nothing wrong with that. It’s impossible to support good journalism without resources which is why some of the top news publications require subscriptions. However, sometimes the drawn-out process of actually subscribing to those publications tends to push people. Google today announced that it’s simplifying that process with a new program called Subscribe with Google.
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TCL today announced that its new 6-Series Roku TVs will be available for purchase in the United States by May 1st. The new TVs were first announced earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show 2018. This lineup of affordable 4K TVs has been anticipated for quite some time now so it’s good that potential customers finally know when they will be able to pick one up.
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Apple introduced its sophisticated 3D sensing technology called Face ID with the iPhone X last year and a new report suggests that the company has a sold two-year lead over its Android rivals in this department. According to the report, most Android OEMs will have to wait until 2019 at least to duplicate the 3D sensing technology behind Face ID.
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Japan wants to help startups looking toward the final frontier by injecting money which is why it has set aside almost $1 billion for this purpose. It’s also going to create a human resource hub to help those startups in their endeavors. The country is mulling a legal path as well which would allow for commercial development on the moon.
Read full post →Japan To Invest $1 Billion In Space Startups

Samsung has brought its rugged Galaxy Tab Active2 to the United States. The company today announced that this durable tablet is now available in the United States and it’s aimed at mobile workers who conduct business in harsh weather and industrial locations. It’s adequately protected against high/low temperatures and wet environments.
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