Keychron K2 Mechanical Keyboard Launched On Kickstarter

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/keytron/keychron-k2-a-sleek-compact-wireless-mechanical-keEarlier this year, the Keychron mechanical keyboard was launched on Kickstarter. For those who missed it, the Keychron is a mechanical keyboard that uses low-profile switches and keys, meaning that it will feel more like a laptop’s keyboard than a regular keyboard, with the upside being that it makes it more portable.


Google Starts Updating Its Apps To Support Foldable Displays

The last time we saw Google update Android with support for the notch, we saw the Pixel 3 XL launch with a notch. Now it looks like Google could potentially be looking to try their hand at foldable smartphones. This is thanks to Google recently rolling out support for Android Foldables on its Google Photos app.


Student Destroys $58,000 Of Computer Equipment With A USB Killer Device

If you’re looking to ruin a computer, there are many ways to go about doing it. There is your traditional fare such as malware, but in the case of 27-year old (former) student Vishwanath Akuthota of The College of St. Rose in Albany, New York, it seems that he opted for less conventional means.


It’s 2019 And Over 20 Million People Still Use ‘123456’ As Their Password

These days with the number of hacks and phishing scams that we are seeing, you would think that everyone would start securing their accounts with stronger passwords, 2FA, and maybe even use physical security keys. Unfortunately, the truth of the matter is that it seems that people haven’t or don’t want to change.


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Tesla To Investigate Video Of Parked Car Exploding In China

Since electric cars contain huge batteries, there is that fear of it potentially exploding and catching on fire, similar to what we’ve seen in the past with smartphones. Fortunately, for the most part, we haven’t really heard about exploding cars, at least until recently where it seems that a video making its rounds in China has Tesla a bit worried.


Google Search On Mobile Just Got A Lot More Informative

Given how much time we spend on our phones, it’s not surprising that in the past few years, Google has been turning their sights towards creating a richer experience with Google Search on our phones. That being said, it seems that Google has recently rolled out a few major updates to Google Search on mobile that will make it more informative than ever.


Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Concept Renders Look Beautiful

This year, not only would Samsung have launched the Galaxy S10, but they are also expected to launch the Galaxy Note 10 which would take place in the later part of the year. No one knows what the phone could look like at the moment, but in a video uploaded by Concept Creator, he has put together renders of what he thinks the phone might look like.


Watch The Samsung Galaxy Fold Get Folded 1,000 Times In 20 Minutes

Many are no doubt wondering about the durability of the Samsung Galaxy Fold. This is because foldable phones are a unique piece of technology and repeated foldings of a handset’s display sounds like it could eventually lead to breakage. Plus there have been reports of the Samsung Galaxy Fold’s display running into issues in as little time as two days.


Street Fighter V Arcade Edition Will Be Completely Free For An Entire Week

Are you a fan of Capcom’s Street Fighter franchise? If you are but have yet to purchase Street Fighter V, then we have some good news for you. The publisher has recently announced that for an entire week, they will be making Street Fighter V Arcade Edition completely free to play. This means you’ll be able to check it out and play the game without paying for it.


Austria Drafts Law That Makes It Illegal To Leave Internet Comments Anonymously

Online comments, despite being just words, can be malicious and hurtful, so much so that we’ve seen how internet trolls have driven several celebrities off social media platforms. It is unclear if these kinds of malicious comments will ever go away, but over in Austria, the country is looking to do something about it.


Official Documents Suggests HTC’s 5G Smartphone Will Launch In H2 2019

With 5G being the talk of the town, it didn’t come as a surprise to learn that many Android handset makers would be launching 5G variants of their phones. In fact, dating back to 2018, it was reported that HTC could have such a device in the works. Unfortunately, save for the HTC 5G Hub launched at MWC 2019, the company has yet to make any of their plans official.


Samsung Galaxy Fold Launch In China Might Have Been Postponed Due To Issues

As some of you might have heard, the Samsung Galaxy Fold has run into some issues with its early review units where reviewers have experienced some problems with its display. It was definitely not a good start for the company, especially for a phone that costs close to $2,000. Now it looks like Samsung could have delayed the phone to address those problems.


Netflix Reportedly Has More Beyonce Specials After ‘Homecoming’

Netflix’s deal with one of the biggest stars in music may go beyond just one special. Beyonce’s behind-the-scenes Coachella documentary titled Homecoming is reportedly not the only special that the singer extraordinaire has signed up with Netflix for. It’s actually said to be a three-project deal.


Secret Marvel’s Spider-Man Easter Egg Revealed

There are quite a few easter eggs in Marvel’s Spider-Man that players can discover. They include a Stan Lee cameo as the owner of Mick’s restaurant and the Avengers tower. However, there has been one easter egg that has gone by unnoticed and it has now been revealed by an Insomniac Games engineer.


LG’s Software Upgrade Center Hasn’t Delivered On Its Promise Of Fast Updates

The fragmentation in Android OS updates often sees users having to wait a considerable amount of time for software updates. To fix this problem for its customers, LG launched a Software Upgrade Center about a year ago with the promise of speeding up Android updates for people who own LG smartphones. It turns out that the center hasn’t really delivered on that promise.


Uber Rolling Out New Features To Improve Campus Safety For Riders

In response to the tragic murder of a college student who entered a vehicle she mistakenly thought to be her Uber, the ride-hailing company is now rolling out a set of safety features aimed to improve campus safety for riders. Uber’s Campus Safety Initiative has been launched in partnership with the University of South Carolina. It’s a national effort aimed at helping students learn how to avoid fake rideshare drivers.


Netflix To Spend $100 Million On New York Production Hub

Netflix is going to make its presence felt in New York in a significant way. The online streaming giant has confirmed that it’s going to invest $100 million to build a production hub in New York. It will also be hiring hundreds of new staffers in the process, a statement from New York Governor Andrew Cuomo reiterated.


macOS 10.15 May Bring A Handful Of iOS Features

The upcoming macOS 10.15 update appears to be a feature-packed one from all of the reports that we have seen so far. A new report claims that Apple is going to add a handful of iOS features to the update, features like Siri Shortcuts, Screen Time, and more. Apple is due to unveil macOS 10.15 at its Worldwide Developers Conference in June this year.


T-Mobile Money Checking Account Officially Launched

Magenta announced its T-Mobile Money checking account service in November last year and it has now launched the service for customers in the United States. It has now been widely launched following the soft launch last year. Customers can expect some notable perks with this service if they do decide to sign up for it.


No, NYC Subway Isn’t Using ‘Real-Time Face Recognition’

New York Times analyst Alice Fung tweeted a photo recently which shows a rather large monitor with the words “Please Pay Your Fare” and the warning “RECORDING IN PROGRESS” on a video feed of subway commuters. Fund asked if the MTA was sharing this recording with anyone, prompting concerns that it was doing real-time facial recognition of commuters. The MTA has now clarified that this isn’t the case.


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