Pandora For The Apple Watch Will Soon Let You Stream Without Your iPhone
Unless you own the cellular version of the Apple Watch, there is a good chance that almost everything you do on the Apple Watch requires that it be tethered to your iPhone. While most of us typically travel with our phone and our smartwatch at the same time, this isn’t really an issue, but for those seeking a bit of independence, then this can be troublesome.

Microsoft’s Windows 10X Successfully Installed On A MacBook
While Microsoft has yet to hop on board the foldable phone bandwagon, the company does seem to believe that there could be some merit to the design. As a result, back in 2019, the company unveiled two foldable devices in the form of the Microsoft Surface Duo, an Android powered smartphone with dual displays, and a larger foldable tablet in the Surface Neo.

Apple Watch Credited With Detecting A Teen’s Rare Heart Condition
When it comes to stories about the Apple Watch detecting heart problems, they aren’t new and there are many happy stories that have been shared over the years. Now it looks like we can add one more to the list, where according to a report from Oklahoma’s KFOR, the Apple Watch has been credited again for helping detect a rare heart condition in a 13-year old boy.

Instagram Explains Why There Is Still No iPad App Yet
These days, it’s not uncommon to see that when developers create apps for the iPhone, they also create one for the iPad, unless there is a very specific reason why the app might not necessarily be suited for the tablet. However, for years, many have been scratching their heads as to why Instagram is still not available for the iPad, at least natively.

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Smart Diaper Takes The Guesswork Out Of Knowing When To Change It
Knowing when to change the diapers of your child can sometimes be tricky. Sometimes, babies might not necessarily cry if their diapers need changing, and sometimes when they cry, it could be for other reasons too. Of course, the most straightforward way would be to actually smell the diaper, but if you’d rather not, researchers at MIT might have a solution.

Sonic The Hedgehog Broke A Record For A Video Game Movie
Movies that are based on video games tend to get a bad rep. However, it seems that with the Sonic the Hedgehog movie, it looks like Paramount might have a hit on their hands because according to a report from The Hollywood Reporter, the movie just broke a record for video game movies where it managed to rake in $68 million over four days.

Google Maps Will Soon Show Political Borders Depending On Your Location
The maps that we see today more or less paints an accurate picture of the world we live in. However, there are some subtleties in the maps, where there are some regions that are currently being disputed, where several different countries might lay claim to a particular location.

China Is Literally Washing Its Cash To Sanitize It Of The Coronavirus
At the moment, there is no official cure or vaccine for the coronavirus, although there have been efforts made by researchers that seem to show promise. Unfortunately until a vaccine can be found, the only thing to do is to try and keep ourselves as healthy as possible and practicing good hygiene.

Chatbots Help Foil The Attempts Of Sex Traffickers
Sex trafficking is a pretty huge deal and one that many law enforcement agencies around the world and various organizations are trying to put a stop to. However, it looks like at least temporarily, might have foiled the efforts of sex traffickers, thanks to the work of a non-profit group that employed the use of chatbots.

Overwatch And Diablo Animated Series Reportedly In The Works
If you’re looking to learn more about the Overwatch and Diablo universes, you might be in luck because those franchises are about to get deeper and more expanded with their own animated series. This is according a recently discovered LinkedIn profile of Nick van Dyk, Activision Blizzard Studios’ co-president.

A Woman Was Hilariously Trapped By Her Amazon Package
When Amazon packages are delivered to homes, sometimes they are left outside the door. Unfortunately for one woman, it seems that her package was left outside her door in such a way that it ended up with her being “trapped” in her own home, due to the fact that the package prevented her door from being opened.

Facebook Takes A Run At Pinterest With Its New ‘Hobbi’ App
If you’re looking for a way to gather ideas or store some of your favorite findings on the internet, Pinterest is probably a good place to start. However, it seems that Facebook could be trying to take a run at Pinterest with something of their own, as the company has recently launched a new app called Hobbi.

You Might Not Have To Report In-Game Virtual Currencies On Your Tax Form Anymore
Bitcoin is a form of a virtual currency that you can buy using real-life money, and since it can be used to pay for things, the IRS has stated that you will need to report your bitcoin transactions. This was the same logic that was applied to in-game virtual currencies, such as those used by games like Fortnite.

This Ultrasonic Bracelet Jams Microphones Around You
These days, we have plenty of devices at home and around us that are constantly listening. Take our smartwatches and smartphones for example, where they have digital assistants built into them that can be summoned without pressing a button and simply using our voice. Combine that with the rise of smart speakers and it is understandable that some people are getting increasingly uncomfortable.

Newly Leaked StarCraft: Ghost Footage Shows Us What Could Have Been
When Blizzard released Diablo 3 for consoles, it was the company’s first console release. However, in case you didn’t know, back in 2002, Blizzard had attempted to branch into consoles with its StarCraft franchise through a third-person shooter game known as StarCraft: Ghost, but the game never came to pass.

5G iPhones Might Not Have The Fastest (Theoretical) Upload Speeds
5G offers various improvements over 4G, a couple of which are its speeds where it is proven to feature both faster download and upload speeds. However, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, he believes that the upcoming 5G iPhone, it might not necessarily be capable of hitting max upload speeds.

Ring App Will Soon Let Users Opt Out Of Data Sharing
Last month, it was discovered that Ring’s app had been collecting and sending user data back to companies such as Google and Facebook. Clearly this did not sit well with customers because ironically enough, for a company that sells products meant to better protect your home, they sure seemed like they were doing a poor data at protecting your privacy.

Baldur’s Gate 3 Could Be Launching This Year
When it comes to RPGs, Baldur’s Gate is one of the more popular and beloved franchises around, and there is no doubt that many gamers were probably a little bummed out when the game officially came to an end after two releases (not including expansions). However, last year, it was officially announced that Baldur’s Gate 3 is in development.

Google Could Be Planning An Apple News+ Competitor
Both Google and Apple currently offer a news aggregator service in the form of Google News and Apple News. However, back in 2019, Apple launched a premium version called Apple News+ in which it gave users access to a bunch of online newspapers and magazines for a price of $9.99 a month.

Apple Could Design Its Own 5G Antenna For This Year’s iPhone
With Apple and Qualcomm having set aside their differences, it is widely expected that with this year’s iPhone, Apple could be turning to the use of Qualcomm’s modems for 5G connectivity. However, it seems that it won’t be all Qualcomm and that Apple could actually be contributing to the design process.

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