Huawei P30 vs. P30 Pro Differences and Highlights Editor's Pick

Huawei just launched the Huawei P30 and Huawei P30 Pro smartphones in Paris, in front of ~3000 industry attendees, including media and business partners. In this article, we’ll go over the highlights and differences between the two models, along with some preliminary analysis. Keep an eye out for the full Camera IQ review and smartphone review in the coming days.


HTC Vive Focus Plus Will Go On Sale In April For $800

Back in February, HTC announced the HTC Vive Focus Plus virtual reality (VR) headset. For those who are wondering when the headset is expected to go on sale, you’ll be pleased to learn that HTC has announced that the Vive Focus Plus will be going on sale starting in April for $800.


Sony Will No Longer Allow Retailers To Sell PS4 Digital Game Codes

With developers and publishers now letting players choose to purchase their games digitally, physical retailers such as GameStop seemed like they might be in trouble as it meant that there would be less customers walking into their stores. However, it wasn’t the end of the world as retailers would sell digital game codes that allowed customers to purchase it from their store and download the game at home.


Razer’s CEO Downplays The Possibility Of The Razer Phone 3

Last month there was a report that Razer could be done with phones, or at least they might have hit the pause button on the development of new hardware. This was based on a report that Razer had laid off the majority of their mobile division. However a rumor from earlier this month sparked some hope that the Razer Phone 3 might not be dead after all.


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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Could Be The Company’s First Button-less Phone

Samsung has been sort of playing it safe with the design of their smartphones (save for the Galaxy Fold which was actually a rather bold move). However with the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10, the company could be making some changes which could potentially see the removal of all physical buttons.


IKEA Teases Its Upcoming Speakers With Sonos

Last year IKEA announced an upcoming collaboration with Sonos where they would be creating a set of speakers together. Details of those speakers are expected to be officially unveiled next month, but in the meantime IKEA has decided to tease the upcoming speakers with some images that shows what it could look like.


Goldman Sachs To Explore Launching Apple Card Outside Of The US

Yesterday Apple officially announced their own credit card in the form of the Apple Card. The launch of the Apple Card definitely presents a challenge to the current credit card system and according to Apple, they boast that its card is more secure and offers more privacy than regular credit cards.


Avengers: Endgame Runtime Will Be Over 3 Hours

Many are no doubt extremely excited for the upcoming Avengers: Endgame movie. This is because this will essentially tie up all the storylines that Marvel has going on for it right now and will also officially conclude Phase 3 in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Also given the way Infinity War ended, many are on the edge of their seats to find out what happens next.


Samsung Galaxy A70 Officially Unveiled

Samsung’s mid-range smartphones have been improving over the years where we’re starting to see the company incorporate features that might have otherwise been reserved for their flagships. This means that if you’d rather not drop $1,000 on a high-end flagship, Samsung’s mid-rangers could be a worthy alternative.


Sony RX0 II Action Camera Launched

When it comes to action cameras, GoPro has been more or less the leader in that space. However Sony has been challenging GoPro in that space and with the company’s latest offering, the Sony RX0 II, it looks like they could make a pretty compelling argument.


Apple Watch’s ECG Feature Could Expand To More Countries Soon

The Apple Watch ECG feature has proven to be quite a literal lifesaver. Unfortunately, the feature is only available in the US because due to the different regulations used around the world by different governments, Apple will need to work their way through various regulatory hurdles before it finds its way to more markets, similar with Apple Pay.


Apple’s AirPower Spotted On Packaging Of AirPods Wireless Charging Case

According to the rumors, Apple’s long-awaited AirPower wireless charging mat could be announced this week. Whether or not that is true remains to be seen as Apple has yet to formally announce or confirm anything, but if there is one thing we do know for sure, it is that the accessory has not been cancelled.


Apple Powerbeats Pro True Wireless Headphones Leaked

A few days ago, it was reported that Apple could be working on launching a new pair of Beats headphones. What makes this interesting and exciting is the fact that Apple has yet to launch a set of Beats headphones in a while (new colorways don’t really count), and how it has also been rumored to be a set of “true” wireless headphones similar to the AirPods.


Apple Arcade Game Subscription Service Officially Announced

It was rumored last week that Apple could be looking to launch a new gaming subscription service. Turns out the rumors were true because Apple has since officially announced Apple Arcade, the company’s latest attempts on gaming where for a fixed price every month, gamers will be able to access a library of games.


Apple Officially announces Apple TV+ Video Subscription Service

As per the reports, it seems that Apple has officially taken the wraps off their new video subscription service in the form of Apple TV+. This was announced alongside Apple News+ also the Apple Card, all of which will be part of Apple’s attempts to create brand new subscription services that will help boost its revenue.


Apple Pay Will Work With Transit Systems In Major U.S. Cities This Year

Apple confirmed during its event today that the Apple Pay mobile payments service will work with public transit systems of a few major U.S. cities later this year. Being able to pay for public transit quickly and easily with your phone is one of the best uses for a mobile payments service so it’s good that support for Apple Pay will arrive to more transit networks in the coming months.


Apple Card Credit Card Launched With Lower Rates And No Fees

It was reported a few months ago that Apple was working with Goldman Sachs to launch a credit card of its own. The company did just that at its event today by announcing the Apple Card. The company says that it has been “designed for iPhone,” and that users can sign up for an Apple Card on the iPhone and use it anywhere Apple Pay is accepted “within minutes.”


Apple News+ Offers Magazine Subscriptions For $9.99 Per Month

Apple’s event is underway and the company has unveiled a new software product called Apple News+. It’s a subscription service based on the company’s Apple News app which provided a curated news experience. This service follows Apple’s acquisition of Texture which was best described as the Netflix of magazines. Subscribers paid a flat fee to access all of the magazines in Texture’s catalog.


Galaxy S10 Lineup Receives Update To Improve PowerShare

Samsung is rolling out a new software update today for the Galaxy S10 lineup which includes the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and the Galaxy S10+. It’s an incremental update which brings the latest security patch for the devices. It also improves the performance of a new feature introduced with the latest flagship series.


Morrowind Goes Free To Celebrate Elder Scrolls’ 25th Anniversary

The Elder Scrolls series has been out for a long time. How long, you ask? 25 years, to be precise. To commemorate the 25th anniversary of this popular series, Bethesda is giving away Morrowind for free. The Elder Scrolls: Arena was the first game in this series and it was released back in 1994 for MS-DOS, an operating system that many born in the following years may not even be […]


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