Apple Has A Hi-Tech Car Seat To End All Hi-Tech Car Seats
Whether or not the day will come when Apple unveils their own car remains to be seen, but for now, it seems that the company is definitely showing a ton of interest in automobiles with the various patents we’ve seen the company file for in the past. In fact, here’s another you can add to the list.

Apparently Apple Will Not Let Bad Guys In Movies Use iPhones
Product placement in movies is pretty common. We see it all the time, where sometimes we see characters in movies use computers and phones and cars from a variety of companies, so it shouldn’t really be a surprise if every now and then, you come across a movie where a character is using an iPhone.

Fujifilm X-T4 Mirrorless Camera Announced With In-Body Image Stabilization
One of the things that many Fujifilm photographers probably wanted in the company’s cameras is probably in-body image stabilization. Fujifilm made this a reality with the launch of the Fujifilm X-H1, but oddly enough the cameras that followed did not adopt the feature, at least until now where Fujifilm has unveiled their latest flagship, the X-T4.

Fujifilm Instax Mini 11 Instant Camera Announced
If you’re a fan of instant print cameras, then you might be interested to learn that Fujifilm has announced their latest camera in the form of the Fujifilm Instax Mini 11. For those who are unfamiliar, these are cameras that have the ability to snap a photo and print them on the fly, making them ideal for parties and events where people get to take home a photo as a […]

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Music Streaming Now Accounts For 79% Of Music Industry Revenue
Over the years, we’ve seen how our consumption of music has changed. It used to be that we would listen to music on vinyl, which later moved to the cassette tape, and then before moving onto CDs, and then digital. These days, digital is still very much the preferred medium, but now it looks like more people are favoring streaming over downloading.

iPhone XR Might Have Been 2019’s Best-Selling Smartphone
When Apple announced the iPhone XR, we were a bit skeptical. After all, the handset reminded us of the iPhone 5c which was kind of a flop, so it felt like Apple was headed that way again. However, we were proven wrong as all the data seemed to suggest that the phone was actually doing rather well.

Musicians Use An Algorithm To Generate Every Possible Melody
Music is basically a combination of different notes played at different rhythms. This means that there is only a finite number of possible combinations, which means from time to time, lawsuits appear where one musician/band will sue another claiming that they have stolen a melody they have written and used it in their song.

EU Wants Easy Replaceable Smartphone Batteries To Make A Comeback
Back in the day, there were many companies who created smartphones that had removable and replaceable batteries. This meant that in the event your phone’s battery health is bad and is no longer holding its charge as well as it should, all you would need to do is swap it out for a new one.

Coronavirus Could Force The Tokyo Olympic Games To Be Cancelled
Not only has the coronavirus impacted businesses and travel, it has forced companies to pull out of events. It has also resulted in one of the biggest trade shows involving mobile devices to be cancelled. Now it looks like another major sporting event could be at risk of being cancelled and it comes in the form of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.

LG V60 Smartphone: 5G, Dual-Display and Snapdragon 865Editor's Pick
LG has been championing the idea of dual-display phones for most of 2019, and a new 5G flavor was just announced today: the LG V60 smartphone. Just like its predecessors, the LG G8x and LG V50, the secondary screen is a case accessory that could be bundled, depending on the carrier.

Shine Is Here To Automatically Clean Your Toilet
Listen, nobody likes cleaning the toilet and we get it, but unfortunately, unless you don’t mind a dirty toilet, someone’s got to do it. However, thanks to the advancement in technology, perhaps we don’t have to. This is where Shine comes in, where with the bathroom assistant, it will automatically clean your toilet for you.

EA Just Banned A Player From All Of Its Games And Services
We’ve heard of companies who ban players from playing their games due to them violating their terms of service. This is usually due to cheating, hacking, or other types of violations. However, these bans are typically limited to that particular game itself, but it seems that EA is taking things to the next level.

Mozilla Makes DNS Over HTTPS The Default For Firefox Users
If you’re someone who places high priority when it comes to protecting their privacy on the internet, then you might want to consider switching to Mozilla’s Firefox browser, that is if you aren’t using it already. This is because in the latest update to the browser, Mozilla has enabled DNS over HTTPS by default for users who are living in the US.

FTC Sends Out $1.7 Million In Refunds To Support Scam Victims
We’ve all probably received a scam call or two in our lives. Sometimes they can be very convincing where they know just enough about us to make it a believable call. Unsurprisingly, there are people out there who fall for such scams, and one of those scams is the fake tech support call scam.

Valve’s Dota Underlords Leaves Steam Early Access
For those unfamiliar, back in 2019, Valve launched an autochess battler in the form of Dota Underlords. The game has been on Steam Early Access for a while now which essentially meant that it was in beta, but the good news is that if you were looking forward to the full release, Valve has announced that the game has since left Early Access and that Season One of the game […]

NTSB Puts Some Of The Blame On Apple For Fatal Tesla Crash
A couple of years ago, there was a Tesla that was involved in a fatal crash. Now according to the NTSB, it seems that they are laying some of the blame on Apple for the crash. While the governing body did lay most of the blame on Tesla, it seems that they believe that Apple should shoulder some of the responsibility.

New Apple Watch Study Wants To See If It Can Be Used To Reduce Stroke Risk
The Apple Watch is proving itself to be a pretty useful health monitoring tool, where thanks to its built-in heart rate sensor and ECG monitor, users will be able to keep an eye on their heart health, and also be notified if there is something wrong. Now it looks like Apple wants to explore the possibility of the Apple Watch being used for strokes.

Huawei MatePad Pro 5G Is A Powerful Tablet
Just when we thought that Android tablets are obsolete, Huawei has come up with an impressive iPad Pro competitor.Of course, just because it’s an Android counterpart to Apple’s iPad Pro, some consider it as a clone to it – but that’s competition.In this case, Huawei seems to be offering something unique here.The key highlights include wireless charging, screen mirroring of a paired smartphone, and 5G connectivity.Not just limited to wireless […]

Samsung To Begin Production Of 16GB LPDDR5 RAM Chips For Smartphones
Way back in the day, it would be rare to see smartphones with 1GB of RAM. However, these days, seeing phones with 8GB of RAM has become the norm, and it looks like 16GB of RAM could soon become the new standard, at least that’s what Samsung is hoping for with their newly mass produced 16GB RAM chipsets.

Latest Opera Update Will Make Easier To Manage Multiple Tabs
These days browsers pretty much all come with tabs. Depending on the type of user you are, you might be the type that has many tabs open at once. This can be rather confusing if you’re trying to sort between the tabs, but if you’re an Opera user, then you might want to check out the latest update to the browser.

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