Chromebooks are powered by Google’s cloud-based Chrome OS and they’ve been very well received particularly in the education sector. These machines are lightweight, nimble and not to mention cheap compared to conventional PCs. Despite all that they’ve got going for them, Chromebooks have never offered a native video recording feature because Google never built one into Chrome OS. That might change with the new Chromebook that Samsung has reportedly been working on.
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BMW offers a wide range of plug-in electric cars and owners can charge by obviously plugging them in. However, the company has been working on alternate methods of charging its vehicles and one includes a wireless charging pad. The BMW Wireless Charging Pad is already available in Europe and the company has now confirmed that it’s going to offer the charging pad for one of its cars to customers in the United States.
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The iPhone X is the first smartphone from Apple to feature an OLED display. It’s also the first to feature a notch which houses the components for its Face ID facial recognition system. There are different schools of thought on the notch and if you’re in the no notch camp, you might be interested in hearing this report. It’s believed that the 2019 iPhone is going to have a smaller notch as Apple is looking into ways to combine the Face ID sensors and the front camera.
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Square Enix today announced Final Fantasy 15 Royal Edition for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It’s going to release this iteration of the title in March this year. The Royal Edition brings new features, a first-person mode, a new dungeon as well as the ability to control the royal boat in the game. Perhaps the biggest change in this edition is an expansion of part of Final Fantasy 15’s game world.
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Samsung launched a beta program for the Galaxy S8’s Android 8.0 Oreo update a couple of months back. The company has released several beta firmware for the handset since then. It’s now expected to release Oreo for all Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ users by the end of this month. There are reports concerning the Galaxy S6 Android Oreo update circulating online and they might not be entirely accurate.
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Tesla may not have been able to produce its first mass-market electric car as quickly as it wanted but the company has made solid progress over the past few months to reduce production bottlenecks and streamline production. In a response to additional voice command functionality for the Model 3, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has said that in the not too distant future the Model 3 will be able to do “pretty much anything” in response to the owner’s voice commands.
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Samsung unveiled the Galaxy A8 and Galaxy A8+ (2018) premium mid-range handsets last month. These are the first handsets of their kind from Samsung to feature an Infinity Display and support for the Gear VR. They’re also first Galaxy handsets to feature a dual camera on the front. The firsts don’t end there, the Galaxy A8 and Galaxy A8+ (2018) also bring real-time HDR to Samsung’s mid-range smartphones.
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It was reported last week that some OnePlus customers had complained about fraudulent credit card transactions after they purchased phones from the official OnePlus website using those cards. The company hasn’t confirmed as yet if its payment system has been compromised but it did confirm that it’s investigating the reports. OnePlus has now said that it has temporarily disabled credit card payments on its website as it looks into these reports.
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We’ve all been on the receiving end of chain message spam on WhatsApp. These ridiculous messages tend to get a lot of traction as some users foolishly believe that simply forwarding a message will enable them to continue using WhatsApp for free or whatever the incentive the message might be promising them in exchange of being forwarded. It appears that WhatsApp might start notifying users of chain message spam.
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Facebook Messenger is one of the most widely used cross-platform messaging services available today. What started out as an app that allowed Facebook users to stay in touch with each other now offers a plethora of features on top of its core feature set. It offers features that include Stories, a gaming platform, the ability to make payments, and chatbots. That makes the app feel a lot cluttered, though, and this is something that Facebook has realized. The company has promised that it’s going to remove the clutter from Facebook Messenger this year.
Read full post →Facebook Will Remove Clutter From Messenger This Year