Many companies have floated the idea of using drones to deliver products. Amazon is working on a program of its own to deliver products to customers within 30 minutes or less using drones. Even though the technology is far from perfect at this point in time, tests are being conducted. Convenience store chain 7-Eleven teamed up with drone startup Flirtey to make its first commercial drone delivery to a private residence in Reno, Nevada.
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It goes without saying that Apple is going to unveil a new iPhone over the next couple of months. The company traditionally comes out with new iPhones every fall and we don’t expect it to break from tradition this year. The iPhone 7 release date has now been rumored. It’s said that the company will launch its new iPhones during the week of September 12th.
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Nexus 5 owners who quickly installed the latest security update found that it brings something they would rather not have on their device. Countless users have been complaining about a Nexus 5 volume control bug ever since they updated their handsets to the latest security release. Google has acknowledged the problem and has promised that it’s going to send out an update soon which is going to bring a fix for this bug.
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Pokemon Go has quite literally taken the world by storm. Millions of people across the globe are being motivated to get up and go outside to catch elusive little monsters. The game is only available for iOS and Android, and it’s very likely that these are the two platforms it’s going to be available on for quite a while. A petition was floated recently to get Niantic to develop Pokemon Go for Windows Phone but it seems unlikely for that to happen, but a third-party developer is taking up the charge.
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The hacker who leaked celebrity photos has pleaded guilty to hacking their emails and stealing explicit images, he has now been sentenced to six months in jail as well as two years of supervised release. The sentence was handed down by District Judge John A. Kronstadt. The hacker hails from Oregon and he phished his victims using emails that appeared to have been sent by Google and Apple, thus fooling the victims.
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Xbox One games that make it to PC don’t exactly provide gamers with features that enable them to get the best possible experience out of the title on their preferred platform. That won’t be an issue with Gears of War 4. The upcoming Xbox One title is going to be released on PC as well and the developer of this game has confirmed that Gears of War 4 is going to have many PC-only features which will enable gamers to tune the game to their liking on PC.
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It appears that T-Mobile will soon start charging a $20 upgrade fee from select customers. A leaked internal memo suggests that it will be called the “Assisted Service fee” and it will only apply to a fraction of customers who are not enrolled in T-Mobile’s JUMP!, JUMP! On Demand or SCORE! programs. Those customers will have to pay this fee when they are upgrading to a new device.
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Ubisoft has already confirmed that it’s going to skip a year and not release a new Assassin’s Creed title in 2016. It has taken a year off to evaluate the franchise and possibly come out with a new title that adds fresh flair to Assassin’s Creed. Ubisoft is now calling on fans of the franchise to help it make sense of the in-game economy for the next title. It wants to know what worked or didn’t work in markets, upgrade trees and the in-game economies in general.
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We have known for a while now that a Wonder Woman movie is in the pipeline with the lead character being played by Gal Gadot. Her version of the superhero has already made its debut on the big screen in the recent Batman vs Superman movie but this is going to be the first proper standalone Wonder Woman movie for Gadot. Warner Bros. released the first Wonder Woman movie trailer during its panel at the San Diego Comic-Con.
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Brazil is playing host to the 2016 Olympics and millions of people are going to visit the country to attend the games. More than 100,000 Americans are expected to visit the country in person and T-Mobile is looking to capitalize on that. T-Mobile has announced that its customers will get access to free high speed data roaming in Brazil so that they can snap, share, skype, and scope all of the festivities without having to worry about running out of mobile data.
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