Navy Blue iPhone 12 Concept Has Us Hoping The Rumors Are True
According to one of the rumors of the iPhone 12, Apple is said to be dropping the midnight green color option for the iPhone 12 in favor of a navy blue finish. In a new video posted by ConceptsiPhone on YouTube, we now have an idea of what to expect, and boy, are we hoping that the rumors are true.

Razer Blade 15 Studio Edition Updated With Intel 10th Gen Core Processors
While Razer might be known as a gaming company with rather flashy looking gadgets and computers, the company has every now and then put out a more subdued device for those who’d rather not be so obvious. One of those devices is the Razer Blade 15 Studio Edition, which the company has recently given an upgrade.

YouTube Music Will Now Let Users Pre-Save Upcoming Albums
Back in the day before the digital age of music, we’re sure that some of you out there used to go to record stores to place a pre-order for an upcoming album release. These days, you can do that pre-ordering online, but what about music streaming? If you’re using YouTube Music, it looks like that’s going to be a feature you can look forward to.

Google Search Has A New Anxiety Self-Assessment Tool
Are you feeling anxious? Do you think it might be a temporary thing or is it something you might have been experiencing for a while? There is no doubt that the current coronavirus pandemic has gotten many of us worried, and the lockdown is surely not helping with our mental health either, but Google wants to help.

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YouTube Finally Introduces Video Chapters To Make It Easier To Watch Long Videos
If you’ve ever watched a long-form YouTube video or tutorials, you might notice that in the video’s description, the creator might link timestamps so that users can skip directly to the part of the video that they want to go to. For example, they can skip out on the introduction, or jump to the part of the tutorial that they are interested in.

Google Turns To Augmented Reality To Help With Social Distancing
Last month, Snapchat launched a new lens that used augmented reality to help users get a better idea of how far apart people should stand away from other people with regards to social distancing. The idea is that by standing a certain distance away from others, it reduces the chance of the coronavirus spreading.

It Might Be A Bit Early, But Alleged iPhone 13 Camera Details Leaked
The iPhone 12 has yet to be officially announced. In fact, it might even be delayed to November, but thanks to a tweet by @choco_bit, they have shared some information about Apple’s 2021 iPhones, the iPhone 13. To be more specific, they have shared details about the iPhone 13’s cameras.

Facebook Launches New Voice Calling App CatchUp
Facebook Messenger already allows for voice calls, but it seems that Facebook is testing out a new app called CatchUp that will also allow users to make audio-only calls. So what’s the difference? Why would there be a need for a new and separate app? With CatchUp, there will be one main difference: users can show their availability.

Skullcandy’s Latest Wireless Earbuds Comes With Tile Tracking Integration
Tile’s trackers are useful if you’re looking to locate misplaced items like keys, bags, and so on. However, in recent years, we’re starting to see more products get integrated with Tile’s trackers, meaning that you won’t need an external Tile tracker in order to keep track of them in the event you’ve misplaced it.

Ads Are About To Invade Instagram’s IGTV Videos
While browsing Instagram Stories, occasionally you’ll come across an ad or two. For the most part, Instagram’s IGTV videos have been kept ad-free, but that is expected to change. While it might be annoying for viewers who hate ads, it might actually be good news for creators who are looking to make a living by making IGTV videos.

Canon’s Webcam Software Is Now Available For Mac Users
Back in April, Canon announced that they would be releasing software for Windows PCs in which it would allow users to turn their Canon cameras into webcams. Given that video conferencing is rising in popularity these days due to the coronavirus pandemic that has forced many to work and study from home, this was excellent news.

Samsung Money Is The Company’s Answer To The Apple Card
Earlier this month, Samsung revealed that they were planning on launching their own debit card. Now it looks like the company has done just that as Samsung has taken the wraps off what they’re calling “Samsung Money by SoFi”. For those unfamiliar, SoFi is the fintech company that Samsung has chosen to partner with for its debit card.

Lenovo Unveils Yoga Duet 7i With A Detachable Keyboard
When you think of laptops with detachable keyboards, you might be thinking of Microsoft’s Surface series of laptop-tablet hybrids. Now it looks like Lenovo wants in on the action as well as the company has unveiled their first ever Yoga device that comes with a detachable keyboard in the form of the Yog Duet 7i.

For Some Reason, Anker Has Decided To Launch A $100 24K Gold-Plated Lightning Cable
When it comes to third-party accessories for smartphones, Anker is a brand that many of you might be familiar with. The company has created charging cables, wireless chargers, power adapters, and so on. For the most part, Anker’s products have been pretty affordable, at least until now.

iPhone 12 Could Be Launching This November
We have been hearing rumors that because of the coronavirus pandemic, Apple could be delaying the launch of its 2020 iPhones. Whether or not this is true remains to be seen, but according to a new report from the Cowen investment bank, it seems that they believe this to be true as well.

South Korean Cafe Uses Robots To Help With Social Distancing
No thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, the way we live our lives moving forwards will never be the same again. Until a vaccine has been found, it seems that social distancing is pretty much the only thing we can do in order to curb the spread of the virus, and a cafe in South Korea has come up with an interesting way to deal with it: robots.

Fujifilm Releases Software That Turns Its Cameras Into Plug-And-Play Webcams
Some of you might recall that not too long ago, Canon released a software that allowed users of its cameras to turn it into a webcam. We also reported recently that Fujifilm was planning something similar, and the good news for Fujifilm camera owners is that it looks like the software has since been released.

Latest macOS Update Will Better Manage Your MacBook’s Battery Health
With Apple introducing USB-C ports to its MacBook laptops, this allows users to connect their laptops to external monitors while charging them simultaneously. This in turn has resulted in many MacBook users turning their laptops into permanent desktop workstations, but we imagine that this is at the cost of battery life.

Logitech Unveils Wireless Version Of Its G915 TKL Mechanical Keyboard
Nobody really likes dealing with cables and wires, which is why wireless mice and keyboards are becoming more popular these days. However, when it comes to mechanical keyboards, there aren’t that many wireless options out there, but Logitech is surely expanding on that with their latest keyboard.

Mini LED MacBook Pro, iPad, iMac Expected In 2021
It has been rumored that Apple is working on mini LED products, but to date, we haven’t actually seen any from the company. In fact, one of the rumored mini LED products is an iPad Pro that was supposed to launch this year, but has since been delayed. Now according to analyst Jeff Pu, it seems that the mini LED lineup will only be arriving in 2021.

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