Android Users In Europe Will Soon Be Asked Which Browser The Want To Use

Some of you might recall that many years ago, Microsoft ran into some antitrust issues where they were accused of forcing Internet Explorer onto its Windows users. Clearly that has set a precedent because over in Europe, Google has run into similar problems where back in 2018, the company was hit with a $5 billion fine by the EU.


Leaked Samsung Galaxy Fold Video Shows Off A Very Obvious Crease

Samsung has been very secretive with their Galaxy Fold smartphone. They officially unveiled it at their Unpacked event in February, but even then the phone was kept behind a glass and no one was allowed to touch it. Now thanks to a recently leaked video, it seems that someone had managed to get their hands on the handset and we have to say that we’re not that impressed.


Facebook Messenger Updated With Threaded Replies

If you’re chatting with someone, sometimes your messages can get lost in the conversation and it might be confusing. However this is an issue that has been solved in some messenger apps, such as WhatsApp which lets you reply to certain messages with a quote to give it better context to the reader.


FDA Creates A Game That Will Help Kids To Stop Smoking

We all know that smoking is bad for your health and that kids smoking is also another issue. However the FDA thinks that they might have the answer to stop kids from smoking and that is through the creation of a PC and Xbox One game dubbed “One Leaves”. This game has been designed to scare kids into stopping.


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Wall Street Journal Expected To Be Part Of Apple’s News Subscription Service

Apple has confirmed that they will be hosting an event on the 25th of March where the company will most likely announce their new video streaming service. However the company is also expected to announce their news and magazine subscription service, and now we have one more publication to add to that list.


Belei Is Amazon’s Very Own Skincare Line

It’s not uncommon for Amazon to start selling products that have become popular on its massive retail platform on its own. Skincare products drive a considerable chunk of online sales and Amazon wants in on the action as well. That’s why it has now introduced its very own skincare line called Belei. It’s not Amazon Belei, mind you, because the company’s name is conspicuously absent from the packaging.


Apple’s AirPower Charging Mat May Finally Ship Soon

Apple announced its AirPower mat in September 2017. The company said at that time that the product would be released in 2018. We didn’t hear much about AirPower from Apple throughout the entire year. The lack of information led some to speculate whether Apple had quietly canceled the product. Recent reports have suggested that Apple may release the accessory soon and they’re backed up today by the Wall Street Journal.


Cuphead For Nintendo Switch Releases April 18th

Cuphead, a title much appreciated for its difficulty, is now heading over to the Nintendo Switch. Nintendo confirmed at the Game Developers Conference today that the game is coming to its console. The Switch port includes the same hand-drawn cell animation and soundtrack that was loved by console owners in the original release.


Volvo To Use In-Car Cameras To Prevent Drunk Driving

Drunk and distracted driving still causes a lot of road accidents many of which often prove to be fatal. Volvo is looking to prevent that. The company said today that it’s going to use cameras installed inside its vehicles to monitor driver behavior and intervene if it seems like the driver is either distracted or drunk. It goes without saying that this move will be a cause for concern for […]


Google Is Banning VPN Ads In China

China maintains a tight grip on the internet in its country. VPNs are used to bypass such restrictions and access the open internet but they’re not allowed in the country. To that end, Google has been banning ads for VPN products that target users in China.


Audi Silvercar Now Offers Pick Up And Delivery In Select Locations

Audi is making its premium Silvercar rental service a bit more convenient for customers in select locations in San Francisco and New York City. They will now be able to schedule pick up and delivery of their vehicle either to their residential address or to a location of their choice for an extra fee.


First Trailer For Stranger Things 3 Has Been Released

There are quite a few original shows that Netflix has received a lot of praise for and Stranger Things is one of them. It shot to instant popularity when it first came out and so far, the online streaming giant has released two seasons. A new season is due to come out soon and Netflix has now released the first Stranger Things 3 trailer.


Xbox Boss Promises To ‘Go Big’ At E3 Following Google’s Stadia Reveal

Google finally unveiled its much-awaited game streaming service called Stadia yesterday at the Game Developers Conference. Lots of people paid attention to what it unveiled and it appears that Microsoft’s Xbox boss Phil Spencer was one of them. An internal email sent by him following the event has surfaced online which promises employees that Microsoft will “go big” at E3 with its own gaming announcements.


Oculus Rift S Unveiled, Arriving This Spring For $399

There were reports recently that Facebook-owned Oculus might launch a new virtual reality headset and it has done just that today. The company announced its Oculus Rift S virtual reality headset at the Game Developers Conference today. The new headset costs $399 and will be available for purchase this spring.


Konami’s Castlevania And Contra Coming To Modern Consoles

It’s Konami’s 50th birthday and the company is celebrating it with a bang. Konami has announced three new compilations based on its classic and early arcade games which will be released for modern consoles. These include Castlevania, Contra, and several arcade games. The compilations will be released for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and via Steam for Windows PC.


San Francisco Looking To Ban E-Cigarettes

A new law, possibly the first of its kind in the United States, has been proposed by officials in San Francisco to ban sales of e-cigarettes in the state until their health effects have been evaluated by the U.S. government. This unique proposed legislation aims to reduce the rising usage of e-cigarettes among the youth.


Opera For Android Gets An Integrated Free VPN

Opera for Android users will be delighted to hear that the company has integrated its free VPN service with its Android browser. Prior to its change of ownership, the company had launched an Opera VPN service which was a standalone app for iOS and Android. It later integrated the service into the desktop browser.


Amazon Updates Cheapest Kindle With A Built-In Light

Amazon today announced an update for its cheapest Kindle e-reader, the one that it brands as just “Kindle.” It gets a new feature that has long been standard on many of the company’s other readers. The cheapest Kindle will now offer customers a built-in light. That’s more or less the only major difference in this latest version of the company’s cheapest e-reader.


Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood Gets First Trailer

There’s always a lot of anticipation for Quentin Tarantino’s films and many of his fans have been waiting for a glimpse of his next project which is titled Once Upon A Time In Hollywood. A poster for the film was released a couple of days ago and now the first trailer for the film which stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt has been released.


T-Mobile Subscribers Can Get A Free Year Of MLB.TV Again

T-Mobile offers its subscribers a lot of freebies through its Tuesdays app one of which has been a yearly subscription to MLB.TV. The carrier is bringing back this offer once again for the year. Interested subscribers will be able to get it on March 26th. The subscription itself is valued at $118.99.


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