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.


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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.


Red Dead Redemption 2 PS4 Pro Bundle Announced

Red Dead Redemption fans who are looking forward to the upcoming title and are in the market for a new PlayStation might want to pay attention to Sony’s latest bundle. The company has launched a new Red Dead Redemption 2 PS4 Pro bundle which is meant to celebrate the impending launch of Rockstar’s new game. Pre-orders for the Red Dead Redemption 2 bundle start today.


Huawei Mate 20 Pro Renders Reveal Camera Setup

There’s a lot of anticipation for Huawei’s upcoming flagship device – the Huawei Mate 20. The company is already dropping teasers for the handset and some leaks have revealed what we can expect from the device in the design department. Seemingly official renders of the device have been leaked online today, giving us a good glimpse at the rear camera setup of this device and the colors that it may […]


Snapchat And Amazon Make It Easier To Buy New Things

Many of us come across new and interesting things on a daily basis and chances are that we will most likely find some of those things on Amazon, one of the largest online retail services in the world. To enable you to buy those products easily, Amazon and Snapchat have entered into a partnership.


Microsoft Office 2019 Launched For Windows And Mac

Microsoft has officially released Office 2019 for Windows and Mac today. It largely includes features that the company has added to its Office 365 service over the past few years. Office 2019 is thus geared towards those individual and business customers who have yet to subscribe to Office 365. It brings updates for Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, Project, Publisher, Access, and Visio.


macOS Mojave Download Now Available For All Users

Apple detailed macOS version 10.14 earlier this year at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference. The latest update for its desktop OS is called Mojave and it’s now available for download. The software was previously in beta and that ends today. Any and all Mac users with compatible devices can now update to Mojave, the latest iteration of Apple’s desktop OS.


Alaska Airlines Passengers Will Experience VR Movies On Select Flights

Alaska Airlines is going to offer an amped up in-flight entertainment experience to first class passengers on select flights. The airline will provide when with virtual reality movies which they will be able to experience in-flight. This is part of a pilot involving the SkyLights’ Allosky Cinematic VR headset on the airline’s Seattle-Boston and Boston-San Diego routes. Alaska points out that it’s the “first airline in North America to trial […]


Microsoft Surface Hub 2 Launch Now Set For Q2 2019

Microsoft unveiled the successor to its massive digital whiteboard called Surface Hub a few months back. It initially said that the Surface Hub 2 would be out at some point in 2019. The company’s release timeframe for this product is now a bit more precise. Microsoft has said that it’s going to launch the Surface Hub 2 in the second quarter of next year.


Hulu Will Live Stream TV On Amazon Echo Show

Amazon Echo Show will now be able to do more than just being a visual interface for Alexa, the company’s digital personal assistant. Users will be able to make use of the device as a little TV. Hulu has announced that it’s now the first live TV streaming service to enable Echo Show owners to stream live TV on their devices.


Shazam Will Now Be Ad-Free For All Users

Some of you may recall that Apple announced its intention to acquire song recognition service Shazam in December last year. It never revealed how much it paid for the service but reports claim that the deal is worth $400 million. Apple has now closed its Shazam acquisition and the company has announced that the Shazam app is now going to be ad-free for all users.


LG Stylo 4+ With 6.2 Inch Display Lands On AT&T

AT&T customers who are in the market for an Android smartphone with a large display now have a new option. The LG Stylo 4+ has landed on the carrier. It’s a refreshed model of the LG Stylo 4 that the Korean company launched in the United States a few months ago. There’s a large display on this new handset and mid-range specs.


Roku Devices To Get Support For Google Assistant

It will soon become easier to control your Roku devices. The company has confirmed today that it will soon be possible for users to control its devices through Google Assistant. A software update will be rolling out in the next few weeks which will bring Google Assistant to Roku-branded TVs, sticks, and streaming boxes.


SiriusXM Announces $3.5 Billion Acquisition Of Pandora

SiriusXM today announced that it’s acquiring internet music streaming company Pandora for $3.5 billion. It says that the Pandora brand and service will be retained after the acquisition so the service’s almost 70 million monthly active users don’t have anything to worry about right now. SiriusXM itself has some 36 million subscribers.


Microsoft Releases OneDrive Files On-Demand For Mac

Microsoft’s OneDrive Files On-Demand feature is now available for users on macOS. The company today confirmed that it’s bringing OneDrive Files On-Demand to the rival operating system. This feature is available starting today for OneDrive beta testers.


Poor Reception Issues Irk Some iPhone XS And XS Max Owners

Some customers who picked up a new iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max recently have been complaining about poor cell and Wi-Fi reception on their handsets. That’s not something one would expect from an expensive flagship device but quite a few users have now complained about less than stellar reception on both cellular and Wi-Fi.


New MetroPCS Plans Revealed As It Gets Rebranded To Metro By T-Mobile

T-Mobile’s prepaid brand, MetroPCS, is getting a makeover today almost five years after its merger with Magenta. It will henceforth be called Metro by T-Mobile. Some new plans have been announced by the carrier as well which include two options with unlimited talk, text, and LTE data in addition to Amazon and Google services.


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