Pixel 4 Owners Could Get Free 3-Month Google One Subscription

Google’s Pixel 4 is expected to be announced next week and now according to the folks at 9to5Google, it seems that Google is giving would-be Pixel 4 customers more incentives to purchase the handset. This comes in the form of a free 3-month subscription to the Google One cloud storage service.


Samsung Galaxy Fold Premier Service Goes Live In The US

One of the ways that Samsung wanted the Galaxy Fold to stand out from the competition wasn’t just based on hardware, but also the after sales service where the company planned to offer a concierge-like service for customers. Given that the phone is priced at an eye-watering $2,000, we imagine that customers probably won’t be satisfied with just the hardware alone.


Your Amazon Cloud Cam Footage Might Not Be As Private As You Thought

In the recent months, several startling privacy revelations were made, where it was found that various companies like Apple, Google, Facebook, and Microsoft were using third-party human contractors to review audio recordings made on devices. There have also been instances where some of these recordings were made unintentionally, making it an even worse privacy violation.


iOS 13.2 Beta Is Bricking Some iPad Pro Models

While it might be tempting to download and use a software in beta because you’re too excited and can’t wait to see what kind of new features it might bring to the table, there is a reason why it is in beta, because there are bugs and issues that haven’t been fully flushed out yet. In fact, that’s what some iPad Pro users are finding out for themselves, unfortunately.


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iTunes Exploit Allows Hackers To Install Ransomware On Your PC

If you’re using iTunes on your Windows PC, then you might want to update to the latest version ASAP. This is because according to recent findings by security firm Morphisec, it seems that they have discovered a zero-day vulnerability in iTunes for Windows which if exploited, would have allowed an attacker to install ransomware on your PC through the software.


Facebook’s Libra In Trouble As More Companies Withdraw Their Support

Last week, it was reported that Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency lost one of the companies that initially supported it. This came in the form of PayPal who decided to back out of the cryptocurrency. However, it seems that Libra could be in serious trouble because it looks like more founding companies are withdrawing their support as well.


How To Turn On Dark Mode In iOS

Dark mode is finally here in iOS 13, but how do you turn it on? Check out our guide for a couple of different ways.


How To Update Apps In iOS 13

In iOS 13, Apple has made some changes to the design of the App Store in which it might not be as obvious anymore when it comes to updating your apps. This guide will show you how to do it.


How To Transfer Steam Games?

No matter whether you have it on your Windows-powered system or a Linux-powered machine, Steam simply offers the best experience (including the best deals) for gamers with a huge collection of games available to purchase and play.


Toyota Unveils A New Version Of ‘Toyota Mirai’ To Focus On Hydrogen-Powered Cars

Toyota was recently looking into the idea of a solar-powered car that never stops. Now, it looks like Toyota is looking for more alternative sources of power for its cars by focusing on its Hydrogen-powered cars.It unveiled a new version for the Toyota Mirai – which takes the help of hydrogen-powered fuel cells to run.If you are curious, compressed hydrogen gas is combined with the oxygen from the atmosphere in […]


Nomad’s Base Station Pro Is A Replacement To Apple’s AirPower

Unfortunately, Apple’s much-anticipated AirPower was canceled earlier this year. This was heartbreaking news for Apple fans and tech enthusiasts wanting to get their hands on a wireless charging device that promised to wirelessly charge supported Apple devices.However, Nomad – a company responsible for cool accessories has now come up with an alternative to AirPower i.e Base Station Pro.With Base Station Pro, Nomad aims to target the potential fans and enthusiasts […]


Ubisoft Planning Animated Series For Some Of Its Franchises

While movies that are based on video games tend to do rather poorly on the big screen, animations seem to be faring better. Take for example the Angry Birds movie which did surprisingly well, and it’s not just limited to movies either, Netflix’s Castlevania has also been extremely well received.


This Case Will Make Your PC Look Like Apple’s Mac Pro

Earlier this year, Apple announced that they would be launching a new Mac Pro computer. The new Mac Pro, unlike the “trash can” design, was created to allow for greater flexibility when it came to upgrading components, but it also featured a somewhat controversial “cheese grater” design, along with a heart-stopping price tag of $6,000 (assuming you don’t fully upgrade it).


Google’s Upcoming Pixelbook Go Laptop Leaked In The Flesh

Google will be hosting an event next week on the 15th of October where it is expected that the company will be launching their new Pixel smartphones. However, in addition to new smartphones, it has been speculated that Google could also be planning on launching new laptops as well, one of which is the Pixelbook Go.


Porsche And Boeing Team Up For An Electric Flying Car

No one really knows what the future of transportation holds. Right now, many seem to be betting on electric and autonomous vehicles, where not only are they expected to be more energy efficient and better for the environment, but they will also be safer. However, while other companies seem to be building autonomous electric cars, Porsche and Boeing are eyeing the skies.


Apple Reportedly Aiming To Launch Its Own 5G Modems In 2022

According to the rumors, Apple is set to launch a 5G iPhone as early as 2020. This is thanks to the company finally settling their legal troubles with Qualcomm, in which it is expected that Apple will most likely try to source 5G modems from Qualcomm. However, we have also heard that Apple could only be working with Qualcomm temporarily until their own 5G modems are made.


Nikon’s New Z50 Is A More Affordable Mirrorless Camera

When Nikon announced their new Z-series of mirrorless cameras, it was the company’s attempt at trying their hand at mirrorless cameras again. So far, based on the reviews, the company seems to have gotten it right. However, these new cameras aren’t exactly what we would consider to be cheap, but the good news is that Nikon has something a bit more affordable for you.


Google Stadia To Combat Lab With ‘Negative Latency’

If there was a reason why game streaming took this long to take off, it would be due to lag. Over the years, our internet connectivity has gotten a lot better which can help facilitate smoother gameplay, but can you imagine trying to stream a game only to be continuously interrupted due to latency issues?


Fan Uses Japanese Idol’s Eye Reflection To Find Out Where She Lives

Why professional photographers have a need for cameras with higher megapixel count is because during the printing or editing process, having higher megapixels means that photographers have more details to work with, while still being able to retain the details in the rest of the photo.


iOS 13.2 Will Give Users More Privacy Controls Over Siri

A couple of months ago, Apple found themselves in a bit of hot water. For a company that prides themselves on protecting and valuing the privacy of their customers, Apple was found to have shared user recordings with Siri with outside contractors. It was later revealed that Apple would be suspending the program and that they will soon be giving users the option to better control Siri’s privacy settings.


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