Sony Launches Limited Edition WH-1000XM4 In ‘Silent White’
If noise cancelling headphones are something you’re looking for, then it’s hard to beat Sony’s WH-1000XM series. The company has over the years become more or less the default brand when it comes to both wireless and noise cancelling headphones, beating out the likes of other brands such as Bose.

Facebook Introduces New Tool That Lets You Export Posts And Notes
Obviously Facebook would love it if you stuck around using its network, but in case you do decide to leave the social network and want to save all your posts and notes for posterity, then you might be pleased to learn that Facebook has since introduced a new tool that makes it easier for you to export your notes and posts to a third-party service like Google Docs.

Samsung Just Launched A Brand New Wireless Keyboard
When it comes to keyboards, manufacturers launch them all the time and there are so many to choose from that it’s hard to find the ones that stand out. In fact, it seems that Samsung is tossing their hat into the ring with a new wireless keyboard of their own, but don’t let the simple design of the keyboard fool you, there’s a bit more to it than you think.

This Is How Apple’s Redesigned iMac Could Look Like
Apple’s Spring Loaded event will be taking place tomorrow and we’re sure that many are excited for it. One of the rumored products that will be part of the event is a redesigned iMac. Apple hasn’t redesigned the iMac for almost a decade, so it makes sense that a redesigned model is on its way.

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Apex Legends Officially Announced For Mobile
A couple of years ago, the folks at EA and Respawn Entertainment announced their take on Fortnite in the form of Apex Legends. EA later revealed that they were looking into the possibility that the game could eventually find its way onto mobile devices, and nearly two years later, our wishes have come true.

UK Government Blocks NVIDIA’s Acquisition Of ARM
Last year, it was announced that NVIDIA would be acquiring ARM. This is quite a huge deal as ARM’s technology is basically behind almost every smartphone chipset out there, and then some. So obviously NVIDIA owning the company that’s kind of like the backbone of the entire smartphone market is a massive thing.

Reddit Just Launched Their Own Version Of Clubhouse
Clubhouse is the hit social media app that launched not too long ago, and it seems that instead of companies rushing to try and acquire them, we’re actually seeing social media platforms try to create their own version. Now it looks like Reddit wants in on the fun as well as the company has announced Reddit Talk.

Google Delays Its Page Experience Algorithm To Mid-June
What exactly goes on behind the scenes when Google determines if a website is worthy enough to be on the first page of search results? There are obviously many factors involved, such as the actual content and how relevant it is to the search. Then there is also the experience that users have when they load the page.

Discord Decides To Reverse iOS Ban On NSFW Servers
Last week, Discord announced that iOS users would no longer be able to access NSFW servers on their mobile devices through the app. It was suggested that this was due to Apple’s App Store policy that says that apps that contain certain types of content could be removed from the App Store.

Sony Changes Their Mind, Won’t Shut Down PS3 Or PS Vita Stores
Back in March, Sony announced that they would be shutting down the digital storefronts for the PS3 and PS Vita. While we’re sure that some gamers would have been disappointed, it makes sense. Sony has pretty much stopped developing games for mobile consoles and they are focusing on the PS5, a console that’s two generations older than the PS3.

Samsung’s Upcoming Foldable Phones Could Be Water Resistant
Samsung’s foldable smartphones aren’t cheap. As if owners did not have to worry about their screens potentially cracking or scratching, they also had to worry about their devices getting wet because Samsung has not officially given the phones an IP rating, meaning that they are not officially rated to be water or dust resistant.

Microsoft Launches xCloud Public Beta For iOS Devices
While Apple has relaxed the restrictions on game streaming apps and services on iOS devices, it is still quite restrictive in terms of what developers need to do in order to get a streaming app authorized to be listed on the App Store. This is why many have since found a workaround which is by using Safari.

The UK Wants To Launch Its Own Digital Currency
We’re all quite used to the fiat currency that we use for everyday transactions, but there are some who are pushing to change that where in the future, we might be able to use different forms of currency like cryptocurrency that is supposed to be more secure and also in a way, untraceable.

Samsung Could Drop LiDAR Sensor In Future Smartphones
One of the newer technologies we’ve seen introduced to our smartphones in recent years comes in the form of LiDAR sensors. We’ve seen Apple introduce this to the 2020 iPad Pro and later the iPhone 12 series. Samsung has also followed suit with the Galaxy Note 20, but it seems that moving forwards, the company could drop the technology.

NASA Successfully Flies A Helicopter On Mars
Flying into space and landing on another planet is already quite the accomplishment, but it seems that NASA has taken things further by not only landing on Mars, but they have also successfully flown a helicopter on the planet. By doing so, it makes it their first powered, controlled flight on another planet.

Amazon’s Lord Of The Rings MMORPG Has Been Cancelled
Given that J.R.R. Tolkien did such a fantastic job at creating the world that the Lord of the Rings story takes place in, it made sense when it was announced by Amazon that in addition to the TV series that they were developing based on it, that they were also working on an MMORPG based on Lord of the Rings.

Autopilot Could Have Played A Role In Fatal Tesla Accident
Tesla has long stated that its Autopilot feature is not meant to be taken as a self-driving feature, but yet people seem more than willing to put it to the test all the same. There are built-in mechanisms and features to ensure the driver keeps their hands on the wheel, but sometimes accidents can happen too quickly.

Some iPhone 11 Users Are Seeing Increased Battery Health After Battery Recalibration
It was recently discovered that Apple will be including a new battery recalibration tool in iOS 14.5 that will adjust and recalibrate the iPhone’s battery health like maximum capacity and peak performance capability. Now according to various users who are taking part in the iOS 14.5 beta, they are seeing positive results.

Fitbit Could Be Working On A ‘Luxury’ Fitness Tracker
Fitbit is a company known for their fitness trackers and smartwatches, and it seems that they might have something new in the works. This is according to a report from WiFuture.de who claims that the company could be developing a new fitness tracker called the Fitbit Luxe, a “luxurious” fitness tracker.

Analyst Claims More Than One iPhone 13 Could Come With An LTPO Display
One of the popular iPhone 13 rumors is that it could finally see Apple introduce a 120Hz refresh rate to the iPhone lineup. Given that Apple achieved this with the iPad Pro years ago, many have been wondering why it has taken the company this long to bring the feature over to the iPhone.

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