OnePlus Claims OnePlus 6T’s Screen Unlock Gets Faster Over Time

One of the features of the OnePlus 6T is the in-display fingerprint sensor. In-display sensors are a good alternative to regular fingerprint sensors for companies who want an all-display design, and who don’t want to put the sensor on the back. However as we have tested earlier this year, we found that in-display sensors are marginally slower than regular sensors.


Chrome’s Dark Mode For macOS Will Arrive Early 2019

One of the features of Apple’s macOS Mojave update is that it introduces support for dark mode. This means that when applied, some apps will take on a darker theme that might be easier on the eyes when used in a low-light setting. Unfortunately this isn’t applicable across all apps as developers will need to support the feature as well.


Survey Finds Purchase Intent For iPhones Are At A 5-Year Low

Apple’s iPhones have long been a highly sought after and desirable product, and to a certain extent they still are. However it seems that as far as purchase intent is concerned, those figures have slumped considerably. This is according to a survey conducted by UBS which found that purchase intent for iPhones are at a 5-year low.


Shonen Jump Offers A Manga Subscription Service For $2 A Month

If you love your manga, the downside is that unless you know how to read and understand Japanese, you’ll have to wait for the English subbed version where the official version is usually available about a week after. Either that or you could rely on fansubs which can sometimes not necessarily be the most accurate.


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Data Shows New iPhone Adoption Is Lower Than The Previous Year

There have been various claims suggesting that Apple’s new iPhones for 2018, the iPhone XR, Xs, and Xs Max aren’t selling as well as many, including Apple and their investors, would like. Given that Apple doesn’t plan to share figures of its iPhone sales anymore, we guess we’ll never really know 100% how many units they might have sold.


China Forms Video Games Ethics Committee

China is home to many, many video game developers who cater to the country’s massive market, but therein lies a problem in which the government believes that too many people are playing video games that could potentially be detrimental to their health. So much so that they have since formed an Online Game Ethics Committee to address those concerns.


Apple’s CEO Shares Magazine Cover Taken By The iPhone

Our smartphone cameras have come a very long from back in the day, where some of them have higher megapixel counts than some compact cameras. They also come with smarter features compared to more traditional cameras, so it’s not surprising to see how more creators are turning to their smartphones to create amazing photos and movies.


Super Smash Bros Ultimate Is The Fastest-Selling Smash Bros Game Of All Time

If you’ve enjoyed the previous Super Smash Bros titles, then chances are you might have been looking forward to getting your hands on Super Smash Bros Ultimate. If you agreed with that statement, you’re not alone because according to the charts in the UK, it seems that Super Smash Bros Ultimate is the fastest-selling Smash Bros title of all time.


Renders Of Alleged Google Pixel 3 Lite, Pixel 3 XL Lite Leaked

According to the rumors, Google apparently has a budget version of its Pixel phones in the works dubbed the Pixel 3 Lite. Now thanks to leaks by @OnLeaks and 91mobiles (via 9to5Google), renders of what appears to be the Pixel 3 Lite and the Pixel 3 XL Lite have made their way online.


Alleged Galaxy S10 Prototype Shows Dual Front-Facing Cameras

According to the rumors, Samsung might be looking to set itself apart from the competition with its Galaxy S10 in terms of its design, where instead of using a notch like everyone seems to be adopting, they are trying to find a way around it. There have been rumors and patents that reveal potential designs.


First Apple Beddit Sleep Monitoring Device Released

Apple acquired Beddit, the company behind an advanced sleep tracker, last year. There wasn’t much news about Beddit after its acquisition but there is now. Beddit has released its first new sleep monitoring device after it was bought by Apple. The new device is now available for purchase through Apple’s online store.


Netflix Making New Ghost In The Shell Series

Netflix has recently made a string of anime-related announcements and its latest will certainly appeal to many people. The video streaming giant has announced that it’s making a new Ghost in the Shell series. Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045 will be co-directed by the director of the original series, Kenji Kamiyama with Shinji Aramaki. The two have also worked together on the Ultraman movie which is going to be released […]


Anthem Demo Goes Live For Everyone Starting February 1st

More information has now been confirmed about BioWare’s Anthem, particularly its upcoming beta. Those who have been looking forward to taking part in the beta will be delighted to know that they don’t have to pre-order the game. BioWare and EA have confirmed that the Anthem beta will be open to everyone starting February 1st. The game itself will be released later that month.


California Gets The Nation’s Fastest Electric Vehicle Chargers

Electric vehicle owners in California will now have access to the fastest EV chargers in the nation, if not the planet, even though they can’t really be used at this point in time. Volkswagen’s Electrify America has installed the first publicly available 350kW electric vehicle chargers in California, at Simon’s San Francisco Premium Outlets in Livermore Valley to be precise.


In-Game Ads Coming To Street Fighter V Starting December 11th

It’s common to see ads in fighting game tournaments but Capcom is taking it one step further by bringing ads within the game itself. It has announced the launch of “sponsored content” for Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition. Starting December 11th, players will see these ads for purchasable bundles, costumes, and the Pro Tour in the game itself.


First-Gen Pixel And Pixel XL Get Call Screening

The call screening feature that Google unveiled at its Pixel 3 event a couple of months ago is finally trickling down for the first-gen Pixel and Pixel XL. The company had said that all Pixel handsets would get this feature and it did arrive for the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL last month. Owners of the original Google smartphones will now be able to take advantage of this feature […]


Ubisoft Announces Far Cry: New Dawn Release For February 15th, 2019

Ubisoft had been teasing a new Far Cry title and the company has finally unveiled it. The title is called Far Cry: New Dawn and it’s a sequel to Far Cry 5. The story in this title is based in a post-nuclear apocalypse world years after the events of Far Cry 5. A trailer for the new title has also been released by Ubisoft.


Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 Will Be Exclusive To Nintendo Switch

If you don’t own the Nintendo Switch, you’ll need to purchase the console in order to play Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3. Nintendo has announced that the Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order will be available only for the Switch. The title was announced and a trailer was released at The Game Awards this week.


USB OTG Support Added To Files By Google

Google rebranded its Files Go app last month to Google Files. It also introduced a redesign for this well regarded file manager app. It has an international audience with more than 30 million people across the globe using the app to manage files on their Android devices. It had originally built the app for Android Go. Google continues to improve its features and has now added support for USB OTG.


Native Firefox For Windows 10 On ARM Being Developed

Mozilla has announced that it’s working with Qualcomm to bring a native version of its popular Firefox browser to Windows 10 on ARM. The announcement follows Microsoft’s confirmation that it’s working with Google on a native ARM64 version of Chrome for Windows 10 on ARM. It also follows Qualcomm’s announcement of its new 8cx platform for always-connected PCs. The native versions of these browsers for the platform will provide far […]


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