Apple Warns Against Keeping The Apple Card In Leather

Now that the Apple Card has been made available to all iPhone users in the US (pending eligibility), some of you might be interested in signing up for it. Now, regardless of its features and its promises, design-wise, the Apple Card looks fantastic clad in titanium, reminiscent of some of those higher-end credit cards that some of us might never see in our entire lives.


Fans Plan To ‘Raid’ Sony’s Office To Protest Spider-Man’s Removal From The MCU

When it was announced that Sony and Disney would be working together to bring Spider-Man into the MCU, it was a huge deal. Sony has attempted several Spider-Man movies in the past, but due to the fact that it existed separate to other Marvel movies, it always felt that something was not right.


Researchers Create An Electronic Lens That Is ‘Better’ Than The Human Eye

Our eyes are fantastic in terms of how they function, where they can focus and refocus on things at incredible speeds, something that most man-made lenses don’t seem to be capable of doing, or at least until now. Thanks to the efforts of researchers at the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, they have created a set of electronic lenses that could actually be better than […]


YouTube Removes Robot Battle Videos After Mistaking It For Animal Cruelty

Platforms like YouTube are home to millions of videos, which means that it would be a near-impossible task for humans to moderate all of its content. This is why the company uses algorithms and tools that are designed to help it identify certain types of content automatically and flag it for removal.


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Chrome Will Soon Be Able To Tell You If Your Passwords Have Been Compromised

These days, the number of data breaches that we’re hearing about seems to be on the rise, showing us that maybe it is time to retire the password or at least enhance it with added security like 2FA. We imagine that it could be a while before an alternative to the password becomes a thing, but in the meantime, Google wants to help.


Third-Party Contractors Have Been Listening To Your Xbox Recordings

Voice-activated digital assistants sound like the convenience of the future that many of us have grown up seeing in movies, but is it really? Or rather, would you be willing to sacrifice some of your privacy in favor of convenience? Unfortunately, sometimes that choice seems to be made on behalf of the user.


Case Maker Hints At Apple Pencil Support Coming To 2019’s iPhones

Ever since the Apple Pencil was introduced, there have been many wondering if support for the iPhone would be coming. We have heard rumors that it could come to 2018’s iPhones, but that clearly did not pan out, and more recently, we’ve heard that it could be coming to this year’s iPhones.


YouTube To Kill Off Its Built-In Messaging Feature In September

For a while now, YouTube has had a built-in messaging feature in which users could message each other and chat and share videos. However, it wasn’t always so obvious that the feature was present, which could be why after a couple of years of the feature being around, Google has announced that YouTube’s messaging feature will be killed off.


Motorola RAZR Foldable Smartphone Expected To Arrive In Q4 2019

Back in the day of the feature phone, Motorola was one of the bigger name players around where the company’s RAZR smartphone was one of the hottest-selling smartphones at that time. As some of you might have heard, the company is expected to bring it back with a modern twist.


Dell XPS 13 Gets Intel’s New Gen-10 Processor

#IFA19 Just in time for IFA 2019, Dell is updating its award-winning XPS 13 ultramobile laptop with Intel’s latest 10th generation processor, including a 6-cores Core i7 option.


Grammarly Keyboard Update Adds Synonyms To Make You Sound Smarter

If you write a lot, then you might be familiar with a piece of software called Grammarly, which is a service that lets you check your grammar as you write. It exists as a browser extension and it also exists as a third-party keyboard app for iOS and Android devices. If you use it as the latter, then a recent update to the app might be worth checking out.


You Can Now Beta Test Microsoft’s Chromium Edge Browser

While variety and having options is usually a good thing, this can also sometimes create problems. For example, there are different browsers in the market today but they are all built differently, which means that when it comes to compatibility, there are certain things that will work for some browsers and certain things that won’t.


IKEA’s Smart Blinds Won’t Support HomeKit At Launch

One of the selling points of IKEA’s smart home products, apart from its affordability, is how they support Apple’s HomeKit ecosystem. This means that they can be used together with other HomeKit devices and be controlled at the same time or in groups. Unfortunately, one of IKEA’s upcoming smart home products, the FYRTUR smart blinds, will not support HomeKit at launch.


Waymo Is Putting Its Self-Driving Cars To The Test In Rainy Conditions

Due to the fact that self-driving cars rely on things like cameras and sensors to navigate, obviously driving about on a clear sunny day would provide the most ideal conditions. However, that isn’t always reality as the weather can shift, where it can get cloudy, it can snow, and it can rain, all of which presents challenges to the abilities of self-driving cars.


Early Apple Arcade Hands-On Preview Shows Us What To Expect

According to a recent report, it has been suggested that Apple could be gearing up to launch its Apple Arcade subscription service where for $4.99 a month, you could play as many premium games as you want. However, apart from the official announcement and rumored pricing, not much else is known about the service.


Facebook’s Libra Association Is Already Being Investigated By Antitrust Regulators

Following all the privacy and data-related scandals of Facebook, we’re sure that there were many who were surprised that the company was still bold enough to announce its Libra cryptocurrency which probably involves giving the social networking platform a fair amount of your trust.


Apple TV+ Offline Viewing Support Could Be Limited

One of the features of some streaming services such as Netflix is the ability to download videos for viewing offline. It is expected that Apple’s upcoming Apple TV+ subscription service will offer up similar features as well, but according to the folks at MacRumors, it could be kind of limited in its functionality.


Ori And The Blind Forest Will Be Coming To The Nintendo Switch

The Nintendo Switch, for some reason, has managed to attract many popular indie games to its platform. If you’re a fan of indie games, then there is a good chance that you might have heard of the game “Ori and the Blind Forest”, a game which was originally released back in 2015 where it was released on the Xbox One and Windows.


Apple Card Is Now Available To All iPhone Owners In The US

If the idea of owning a titanium credit card made by Apple sounds like something you could totally get on board with, you’ll be pleased to learn that Apple has officially announced and confirmed that the Apple Card is now available to all iPhone owners in the US, assuming that they meet the eligibility requirements.


‘Matrix 4’ Confirmed With Keanu Reeves To Reprise His Role As ‘Neo’

For a few years now, there have been talks that a new Matrix movie could be in the works, where the latest report came in June suggesting that the fourth Matrix movie could be a reboot where Michael B. Jordan would be cast as Neo. It turns out that part of the report was right because Warner Bros. Pictures has confirmed that there will be a fourth Matrix movie.


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