Recent Changes To Gmail Has Broken Certain IFTTT Recipes

The wonderful thing about apps such as IFTTT is that it allows users to automate certain aspects of their smartphone. Previously the app had worked with Gmail where users could use a variety of recipes with the app, but unfortunately due to changes Google made to their API ecosystem, it has resulted in a few Gmail related recipes being broken.

Google’s Stadia Game Service WIll Not Support Downloads

Google had recently announced its new game streaming service called Stadia. This is the full version of Project Stream which launched last year and allowed gamers to stream games through their Chrome browser, and now during an interview with GameSpot, Google has revealed some additional information about Stadia.

Samsung Galaxy Fold Pre-Orders Will Kick Off April 26

The Samsung Galaxy Fold is an interesting device and seems like it has the potential to usher in a new era of smartphone design and functionality. However while it does hold potential, it is still a bit “out there”, not to mention its asking price of $1,980 puts the phone well out of the reach of many customers.

Blizzard Stepping Back From Loot Boxes Paid For With Real Money

With Blizzard’s newer games such as Heroes of the Storm and Overwatch, the company has introduced loot boxes which has been a way for the company to earn more money during the lifetime of the game. However according to a report from Rock Paper Shotgun, it seems that the company will be stepping back from paid loot boxes in Heroes of the Storm.


China Thinks That Cloning Police Dogs Will Be More Efficient

No two people are alike because we all have different upbringings, different opinions, a different set of morals and ethics, and so on. However there is a question of if we were to clone a person, would the clone be exactly the same as the original? We suppose we’ll never really know, but over in China, that’s what they’re trying to do with police dogs.

Nintendo Could Launch Two New Switch Models This Year

According to earlier rumors, Nintendo could actually be planning on launching a new Nintendo Switch console later this year. Now according to a new report from the Wall Street Journal, it seems that we might expect more than just one Nintendo Switch console this year, and that we could actually be getting two.

Self-Driving Shuttles Will Be Coming To New York City

One day in the future, self-driving cars will become commonplace. There are many benefits to self-driving cars, such as reduced accidents and also potentially reduced traffic jams since these cars can regulate themselves. However we imagine that future is still several years away, but in the meantime self-driving shuttles could help us make that transition.

Sony Confirms New ‘Enthusiast’ Cameras Are Coming

This year we’ve seen a couple of new cameras launched, but if you’re an enthusiast who might need something a little higher-end, not to worry because it seems that Sony is more than happy to oblige. The company has recently confirmed that they do plan on launching a new “enthusiast” mirrorless camera.

Google Maps Letting Some User Create Public Events

Google Maps is useful when it comes to finding nearby bars, restaurants, and interesting places. Now it seems that users will soon be able to add public events that are happening in the area. According to a report from Android Police, it seems that Google has started to allow users to create public events.

WhatsApp Will Make It Easier To Identify Spam And Fake News

WhatsApp has a spam and fake news problem where due to the ease of use of the messenger, it allows users to easily spread spam and fake news without necessarily knowing about it.  The company has been trying to do something about it and according to WABetaInfo, they have more features in the WhatsApp beta that will help deal with spam and fake news.

Potential Pricing Of Apple’s Upcoming Services Revealed

So we know that come Monday, Apple could be launching a new video streaming service, a news and magazine subscription service, and also maybe even a gaming service. However if there is one question that is evading us all, it would be how much will all of these services cost Apple’s customers?

Microsoft Could Overhaul File Explorer’s Design This Year

Microsoft has been steadily updating its File Explorer in Windows over the years, but for those who think that maybe the file manager could do with improvements to its design, you might be in luck because according to HTNovo, it seems that Microsoft could finally be updating its File Explorer design later this year.

Study Finds Fecal Bacteria On Every McDonald’s Touchscreen Tested

You may have noticed that your local McDonald’s was recently refurbished with swanky self-order machines. The chain has gradually been installing these machines in thousands of its locations across the globe as part of a service revamp. Seeing as how you’re supposed to actually touch the screen and then consume your meal not too long afterward, perhaps you’d want to invest in some pocket hand sanitizer.

Tesla Free Supercharging May Return To Improve Sales

Free Supercharging was a valuable perk that Tesla offered its customers for quite a long time. Model S and Model X owners could use the company’s Supercharger network to charge up their cars for free. It was later extended to the Model 3 as well. The company decided to end the perk last year but according to a new report, it’s bringing free Supercharging back with a caveat.

Google Stadia Internet Speed Requirement Revealed

Google unveiled its game streaming service called Stadia earlier this week. The service will enable users to stream games in the Chrome browser, through Chromecast, and on Pixel smartphones. Since everything is powered by Google’s massive cloud structure, it will be possible to play console-level games on a smartphone. Streaming such games would obviously require a good internet connection and Google has now revealed the Stadia internet speed requirement.

Red Bull’s Fake Meteor Had L.A. Residents Concerned

You may have seen aliens landing and meteors crashing in Los Angeles in many movies that are also made in the town as well, but many L.A. residents got concerned earlier this week when they looked up and saw what appeared to be a flaming meteor in the sky. Turns out, it wasn’t a meteor hurtling towards the Earth, it was part of a marketing stunt being pulled off by […]

Windows 10 Calculator Will Get The Ability To Graph Math Equations

Microsoft is working on a significant new feature for the Calculator app in Windows 10. It made the app open-sourced on GitHub earlier this month and so far, more than thirty suggestions have been received from contributors so far. According to a new report, Microsoft is working to add a graphing mode to the app. This will enable Windows 10 Calculator to graph math equations.

Intel Is Giving Up On Its Compute Cards

According to a new report, Intel has decided to end further development of its Compute Cards. The device was about the same size as a credit card and had the core components that make up a PC. This included a processor, RAM, storage, wireless modem, and more. The device was first showcased by Intel at CES 2017 and it seems that the company isn’t interested in making them anymore.

Sony To Unveil New Games During State Of Play Broadcast Tomorrow

Sony has confirmed a new online broadcast for tomorrow. Dubbed “State of Play,” the company will announce new games, show new trailers for the first time, and provide fans updates on the new titles in the pipeline for the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation VR.

Truly Wireless Powerbeats Earbuds Expected To Arrive Next Month

Beats, the Apple-owned audio company, is reportedly going to launch truly wireless Powerbeats earbuds next month. The new earbuds are said to feature the new H1 chip from Apple which is the same chip that’s present in the wireless charging AirPods. The chip will also bring the same always-on Siri voice assistant.

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