iOS 13’s New Gestures Are Causing Games Like Fortnite To Bug Out

So iOS 13 was released not too long ago but it seems that the update is already causing some issues with certain games, namely games like PUBG and Fortnite Battle Royale. According to reports, it seems that gamers are accidentally bringing up the text editing feature during sessions of PUBG and Fortnite.


Huawei Mate 30’s Bootloader Won’t Be Unlockable After All

A few days ago, the Huawei Mate 30 series was launched and based on its specs, boy is it an impressive handset. Unfortunately, the phone will not ship with Google Play services which admittedly does tamper our excitement quite a bit, and to make matters worse, it seems that the phone’s bootloader will not be unlockable.


Google Fi Launches A New Unlimited Plan

If unlimited mobile plans appeal to you, then you might be thrilled to learn that Google has announced a new unlimited plan for its Google Fi MVNO service. Given that this is Google, it won’t just be a standard unlimited plan and it will actually come with the addition of a Google One subscription.


The Philips Hue Box Will Sync Your Lights With Your TV Shows And Movies

The Philips Hue series of lights are smart lights which means that they can be controlled by an app or a smart speaker to turn on or off or react to schedules. However, if you wanted to get more out of your smart lights, then perhaps you might be interested to learn that the company has launched what they are calling the Philips Hue Play HDMI Sync Box.


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Fitbit Reportedly Exploring The Idea Of Selling Itself

Fitbit is a pretty well-established name in the wearables space, where the company made a name for themselves well before companies like Apple did. However, fast forward to today, it’s hard to deny the dominance that Apple has in the market, along with other companies such as Xiaomi whose incredibly-cheap Mi Band is also a force to be reckoned with.


Evidence Of Apple’s Tracker Accessory Revealed In Screenshots

We’ve been hearing rumors for a while now that Apple could be developing some kind of Tile-like tracking accessory. However, Apple’s iPhone event came and went and the company did not seem to make any mention of the accessory, although thanks to newly discovered evidence, it seems that this accessory is more of a matter of “when”, rather than “if”.


Facebook Group Stories Will Be Shutting Down

Companies like Facebook run all kinds of experiments for new products and features, some of which eventually becomes a mainstay feature, while others eventually get discontinued. Now, some of you might recall that back in December 2018, Facebook launched Group Stories, which is basically Stories but designed for Facebook Groups.


Apple Watch’s Fall Detection Helps Paramedics Locate Bike Crash Victim

One of the features Apple introduced to the Apple Watch Series 4 is fall detection. This means that when you fall and you don’t respond in a timely manner, your watch will then call emergency services to your location. The feature was designed with the elderly in mind but as it turns out, it is quite useful in general.


You Can Now Pre-Order Your Disney Plus Subscription

As some of you might have heard, Disney Plus is expected to go live come 12th of November. If you’re interested in subscribing to the service, you’ll be pleased to learn that you can now actually pre-order your subscriptions. We know that it sounds a bit strange, but basically this ensures that once the service goes live, you’ll be able to login and start streaming right away.


BMW Introduces An Armored SUV To Protect Against AK-47 Bullets, Explosives & Drone Attacks

BMW is a pretty popular car manufacturer in the US. However, a new armored SUV originally based on the body of BMW X5 hit the headlines recently and no one can stop talking about it.It can withstand AK-47 bullets with its armor plating and multi-layered safety glass. You also get an intercom and an attack alarm system inside.The protection level on this model is a huge step up because it […]


How To Get iPhone Emojis for Android

Just like Android has its own set of unique emojis, iOS has them too. Do you want to get iPhone Emojis for Android?


AI Generates 100,000 Faces To Make It Available For Free

We have already witnessed how Artificial Intelligence can help when it comes to generating faces. If you are still curious, you can check out ThisPersonDoesNot Exist.com – which will generate random faces every time you reload the webpage.Now, Generated Photos is the next big thing to watch out for. In fact, they have made 100,000 photos free for public use without requiring any explicit permission or any copyright issues.So, for […]


How To Manually Update Google Chrome

If for whatever reason your Google Chrome browser isn’t updating automatically, here’s how you can update it manually.


Instagram To Block Content Promoting Diet And Cosmetics For Users Under 18

Instagram is a quite popular image sharing platform. However, the content we are exposed to influences us – makes us happy or sad for some reason. So, it is important to regulate the content on Instagram, especially for the users under the age of 18.BuzzFeed reported that on Wednesday Instagram announced a new policy that will regulate the content for users under 18. The restriction is completely aimed at posts […]


Google Maps To Get A Private Mode Soon

Google originally revealed that an incognito mode is in works for Maps at I/O 2019. However, there was no buzz about it later on, until now. Some of the members on the Google Maps preview test group confirmed that it is rolling out for testing, finally.So, not only can you hide your late-night burger exploration activities from Google, but you can also keep your rendezvous point safe – which is […]


Facebook To Develop AR Smart Glasses With Ray-Ban

We knew that Facebook was already working on developing augmented reality glasses as one of its key research tasks on AR/VR. However, there has been no significant progress with that line of work, until now.CNBC reported that Facebook is looking for a partnership with Ray-Ban’s parent company Luxottica. With their help, Facebook can complete the project codenamed ‘Orion’ and make the smart glasses available for consumers between 2023 to 2025 […]


Huawei Launches The Mate 30 Series Smartphones Editor's Pick

Huawei has just launched its latest high-profile smartphone, the Huawei Mate 30 Pro, along with a more affordable version, the Mate 30.The announcement is a bitter-sweet one because the hardware and spec are quite impressive, the Google Apps and services aren’t pre-installed, and the total consequences of this aren’t totally known, but it’s not great. More on that later.Mate 30 Pro hardware and specsThe Mate 30 Pro has an iconic […]


How To Scan QR Codes On iPhone

We’re sure that many of us have across QR codes in our everyday lives, but if you’re wondering how to access it and scan it with your iPhone, it’s actually pretty simple and straightforward, and here’s how to do it.


How To Take Time Lapse Videos On iPhone

We’re sure most of you would have come across videos which shows time passing by really fast, like from night to day taking place over the course of several seconds. That is known as time lapse videography and it’s actually really simple to do, and here’s how to do it.


How To Block Images From Loading In Gmail

Did you know that some emails might contain hidden images that are used to track you? If you want to stop that tracking, then here’s how to block images from loading in Gmail.


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