Call Of Duty: Black Op 4 Gameplay Trailer Released

It’s safe to say that many are anticipating the release of Activision’s upcoming Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. For those who are wondering what the game might look like based on actual gameplay footage, then you might want to check out the video above which is the gameplay trailer that was recently released.

Leica’s New Mobile App Offers Users More Control Over Their Cameras

These days a lot of digital cameras come with Bluetooth and/or WiFi built into them. The idea is that by offering a wireless connection, users will be able to transfer photos wirelessly to computers and mobile devices, and in some cases, some apps even allow users to trigger their cameras from a distance, acting as a remote shutter button.

Google Lens Will Work In Real-Time With The Pixel 3’s Camera

If you wanted to make use of Google Lens, you would either need to launch the app or use an app/service that has it built-in, like Google Assistant. While this method works just fine, it seems that Google will be making some changes to Google Lens with its upcoming Pixel 3 smartphones, where apparently Google Lens will be able to work in real-time with the smartphone’s camera.

Telltale Looking Into Finishing The Walking Dead: Final Season

Telltale’s The Walking Dead: Final Season has started its release, but as some of you guys might have heard, the company had recently announced that they will be closing up shop and it was also later revealed that The Walking Dead might not be completed and would end after episode 2 (the game, not the TV series).


Black Shark 2 Gaming Phone Spotted At TENAA

Earlier this year the Black Shark gaming smartphone was launched. For those unfamiliar or unaware, we can’t say we blame you as this is a brand backed by Xiaomi over in China, which means that if you’re from the west then you might not have heard of it. However if you have, then it seems that the company is wasting no time in churning out a successor.

Harley Quinn ‘Birds Of Prey’ Movie Set For 2020 Release

A couple of years ago following the release of DC’s Suicide Squad movie, it was revealed that Margot Robbie who plays as Harley Quinn in the movie will be getting her own movie. For those wondering about the state of the movie, it has been reported that the movie dubbed “Birds of Prey” will now be released on the 7th of February, 2020.

Tinder To Test Extra Controls For Women Using Its App

One of the ways Tinder changed online dating was that before that, most dating websites allowed users to message each other. This meant that even if you weren’t interested in the other person, they could still talk to you. Tinder changed that by only allowing users who match with each other to message each other.

Monster Hunter Stories Now Available On iOS & Android

Capcom seems to be on a roll releasing Monster Hunter games, such as Monster Hunter World and Monster Hunter Generations which was recently made available for the Nintendo Switch. Now if you’re looking to bring your monster hunting with you on the go, then you might be interested to learn that Capcom has since announced Monster Hunter Stories for mobile.

Test Finds That iPhone X Beats iPhone Xs, Xs Max In Battery Life

As we have seen for most smartphones, with every new generation, there will also be improvements made to battery life. In the case of Apple’s new iPhones, the iPhone Xs and Xs Max, Apple basically touted an extra 30 minutes of battery life that users could squeeze out of their phones.

Jaybird Tarah Wireless Earphones Are For The Active User

Wireless headphones are starting to become more popular these days, a necessity in a world where handset makers are starting to ditch the headphone jack. Now there are plenty of wireless options in the market today, but if you’re after a pair of headphones that can withstand the rigors of exercise, then Jaybird’s Tarah headphones might be for you.

Cafe In Tokyo Employs Robots That Are Controlled By The Disabled

Being disabled means that there are certain physical things that you cannot do. This is more than just an inconvenience as it also affects a person’s employability, where for example not being able to walk essentially excludes the person from having a job as a waiter. However over in Tokyo, a cafe is hoping to change that.

More Tests Confirm iPhone Xs Supports Faster WiFi & LTE Speeds

When we shop for a new smartphone, we look at the size of its display, resolution, processor, RAM, camera, and so on. Most of the time we take it for granted that WiFi and LTE connectivity options are provided, although that being said, it should be pointed out that not all WiFi and LTE connections were made equal, and that hardware can affect things like speed.

Google Image Search Updated With Support For Lens

One of the features that Google brought to Google Assistant last year was support for Lens, which for those unfamiliar is an AI tool developed by Google that can analyze and identify images shown to it. One of its uses was that users could point their smartphone’s camera at an object and Lens would try to figure out what it is and pull up more information.

iPhone Xs Max VS Samsung Galaxy Note 9 In Speed Test

With Apple’s new iPhones, Apple introduced the A12 Bionic chipset and also bumped the RAM from 3GB to 4GB. So the question is, with the new hardware how does the iPhone Xs Max fare against the likes of 2018’s flagship smartphones from the competition? As it turns out it can more than handle its own.

DisplayMate Declares iPhone Xs Max Has The ‘Best Smartphone Display’

The displays on Apple’s iPhones have always been pretty good, and while Apple might have stuck with the use of LCD for many iPhones, it was last year that they finally adopted OLEDs. Turns out it was a pretty good idea because according to DisplayMate (via AppleInsider), they are claiming that the iPhone Xs Max has the best display for a smartphone.

Waze Is Now Available For CarPlay

With the release of iOS 12, Apple opened up CarPlay to more third-party navigation apps, meaning that users who didn’t want to use Apple Maps would now have more options, as long as developers decided to support CarPlay. Last week Google made Google Maps compatible with CarPlay, and now it looks like Waze is next.

iPhone Xs Max Outselling iPhone Xs By Four Times

For years Apple clung onto the belief that the original iPhone’s size was the perfect size. It was only with the iPhone 5 that Apple started increasing the display size, and it seems that there is now proof that yes, users do seem to prefer larger screens because according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the iPhone Xs Max is selling pretty well.

Identical Twins Appear To Successfully Fool Face ID On The iPhone Xs Max

Apple has touted that Face ID is more secure compared to Touch ID. This is because it can’t be fooled by photos, and unlike fingerprints which can be lifted, it’s hard to “replicate” a face as Apple has worked with mask makers to try and teach its system to be able to detect real faces from masks.

Netflix Still Interested In Stranger Things Game Despite Telltale’s Closure

Last week it was reported that Telltale Games would be shutting down and in the process, they have laid off the majority of their staff. Many wondered about the state of the company’s ongoing projects, one of which included a Stranger Things game based on the Netflix series, but there is some good news as it seems that Telltale’s closure has not affected Netflix’s interest in such a game.

Google Wants To Help You Find Your Old Searches

Have you ever Googled something before only to forget about it later and then having to search for it again? We’re sure many of us have encountered such instances before, and now it looks like Google wants to do something about it. The company has announced a new feature for its mobile search in the form of new activity cards that will help you retrace your steps.

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