Gmail’s Redesign Is Rolling Out To All Android Users

Earlier this year Google announced that they would be launching a new design for its Gmail app on mobile devices. For those who have been anticipating the update, you’ll be pleased to learn that Google has confirmed to Engadget that the update is now being rolled out to all Android users as we speak.

Samsung Galaxy S10 To Get Custom Version Of Adobe Premiere Rush

There are various video or photo editing apps available on our mobile devices, but the good news for those who are planning on getting their hands on the Samsung Galaxy S10 is that the phone will be getting a custom version of Adobe Premiere Rush. The app will not be available at the phone’s launch and is only expected to be made available later this year.

Twitter’s Threaded Replies Now Available In Public Beta

Last year it was revealed that Twitter was testing out a new feature in the form of threaded replies. The good news is that if you enjoyed the idea of threaded replies on Twitter, you’ll be pleased to learn that the company has rolled out a public beta for the feature where users who are interested can take part in it.

Bixby Button On The Samsung Galaxy S10 Can Be Remapped

One of the annoying features in more recent Samsung phones is the dedicated Bixby hardware button. The idea behind it is that it will allow users to quickly launch the digital assistant at the touch of a button, but given that Bixby has been found to be lagging behind the competition, it’s not surprising that not many people want to use it.


Samsung CEO Says The Galaxy Home Will Launch By April

Last year Samsung announced the Galaxy Home. This was Samsung’s attempt at breaking into the smart speaker market, but unfortunately, to date, the device has yet to be launched. It made an appearance at the FCC last year, but we haven’t heard anything about its release, at least until now.

Samsung Galaxy Fold Foldable Smartphone Officially Launched

Last year at SDC 2018, Samsung sort of took the wraps off their foldable smartphone. In reality, it was more of a sneak peek where the company showcased its foldable screen technology. However, during Samsung’s Galaxy S10 Unpacked event, the company has since officially announced the handset in full in the form of the Samsung Galaxy Fold.

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active, Galaxy Fit Wearables Announced

Alongside the Samsung Galaxy S10, Samsung also took the wraps off new wearables in the form of the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active and the Galaxy Fit. The former will be a smartwatch that will come with all the features one might expect from a smartwatch, while the latter is a fitness tracker for those who might not need all the features of a smartwatch.

Samsung Galaxy Buds Wants To Take The AirPods On

A trend we’re starting to see amongst headphone companies is the launch of headphones that feature true wireless connectivity. This means that unlike certain wireless headphones that still feature a cable that connects the earbuds together, we’re seeing more earbuds that follow in the footsteps of the AirPods by doing away with cables entirely.

Verizon Will Be The First To Launch The 5G Samsung Galaxy S10

Samsung just took the wraps off its latest smartphones in the form of the Galaxy S10 lineup, and unlike other companies who are planning on launching a separate handset from their flagship lineup with 5G, Samsung has opted to launch a 5G variant of the Galaxy S10. For those who are interested in getting their hands on the device, then Verizon might be the carrier to keep an eye out […]

Samsung’s Galaxy S10 Features & Prices (SF Unpacked Event)

Samsung just launched the Galaxy S10 in our beautiful city of San Francisco, a first for a Samsung Unpacked event. The Galaxy S10 line has four handsets, and we listed all the differences between the S10e, S10, S10+ and S10 5G.

Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10, S10+ and S10 5G Differences

Samsung just launched the Samsung Galaxy S10 (or Galaxy series 10) line-up and it nearly covers the complete spectrum of the high-end market, with something for everyone.

Nike’s New Smart Sneakers Aren’t Working With Android App

Nike launched its new Adapt BB smart sneakers a couple of weeks ago. These self-lacing shoes are cheaper than an earlier iteration from the apparel giant even though $350 is still a lot of money for shoes. It released apps for iOS and Android so that users could lace up the shoes using their phones but it turns out that an update released for the Android app has caused it […]

Apex Legends Gets A New Weapon Today

Respawn’s Apex Legends has made waves in the short period of time that it has been out. For those who are unaware, it’s a battle royale title that’s set in the world of Titanfall. It’s not a new Titanfall game by any stretch of the imagination but Respawn has set it in the world of its popular game. The battle royale title is now receiving its first piece of meaningful […]

Chevrolet Adds ‘Vehicle Locate’ Feature To Mobile App

Chevrolet has rolled out an update for its mobile app with a new “vehicle locate” feature which does exactly what the name suggests. The feature allows the user and up to 10 designated people to keep an eye on the car’s location. The feature does not allow for constant tracking of the vehicle, though, much like Uber’s Trip Tracker does for example.

Bixby Adds Support For More Languages

It was reported a couple of months ago that Samsung would be expanding the language support for its Bixby virtual assistant. Ahead of the Galaxy S10 event later today, the company appears to have made a server side switch to add support for more languages to its virtual assistant.

Razer Phone 3 Has Reportedly Been Canceled

There hasn’t been a lot of talk about a new Razer Phone. With the company announcing its decision to close the Razer Game Store earlier this week as part of its realignment plans, many were wondering what that would mean for the future of its phone division. Some reports suggest that Razer has actually canceled the Razer Phone 3 project.

Batman Arkham And Alien Isolation Joining Xbox Game Pass

Xbox Game Pass is Microsoft’s Netflix-style game subscription service for Xbox owners. Subscribers pay a monthly amount to get access to an expanding library of titles. Microsoft continues to add some pretty cool titles to the library, the latest addition being that of Batman Arkham and Alien Isolation.

Google Says Nest Secure’s Secret Microphone Was ‘Never Supposed To Be A Secret’

Google announced earlier this year that it was bringing its Assistant to the Nest Secure home security and alarm system. Many of you will be well aware that you require a device with a microphone to get the most out of the Assistant. There was only a tiny little problem: Nest Secure owners didn’t know that their device had a microphone in the first place. Google has now said that […]

Latest Fortnite Patch Adds A Hoverboard

Epic had teased the Driftboard when Fortnite season 7 opened and merely days before the season ends, Epic has finally released the hoverboard for players. The latest Fortnite patch does indeed add a hovering snowboard to the game in addition to a few limited time game modes one of which makes use of the Driftboard.

New Arrested Development Episodes Air March 15th On Netflix

Netflix has been the new home for Arrested Development for a couple of years now. The streaming giant has kept one of its first few semi-originals around and has confirmed that new Arrested Development episodes will be out next month. This will be the second half of the show’s fifth season which arrives ten months after the first half.

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