iPhone 13 Once Again Rumored To Sport A Smaller Notch
If you hate the notch design on the iPhone, know that based on previous reports it has been suggested that the notch will not be going away anytime soon. However, it could be potentially less obnoxious and less in-your-face, according to a new report from DigiTimes who claims that the upcoming iPhone 13 could sport a smaller notch design.

LG’s 4K UltraFine Displays Have Disappeared From Apple’s Stores
When Apple discontinued their Thunderbolt Display, many were wondering if this meant that the company could be planning a newer model. Instead, it seems that Apple decided to turn to third-party manufacturers like LG who created an Apple-exclusive series of UltraFine monitors for the company’s Mac lineup.

Samsung Wants To Start Producing 90Hz OLED Displays For Laptops
The vast majority of laptops out there still use LCDs as their display of choice. There is a reason why, and that is because LCDs are cheaper to produce, especially at larger sizes. This isn’t to say that OLED laptops don’t exist, but LCD is still a much popular configuration. However, Samsung is hoping to change that, and then some.

Apple Could Launch A VR Headset Ahead Of Their AR Glasses
When it comes to reality-based devices, Apple has typically leaned more towards augmented reality (AR) while the competition, like Valve and Facebook, has focused more on virtual reality (VR). However, it seems that Apple could have had a change of heart because a report from Bloomberg claims that the company could debut its own VR headset as early as next year.

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This App Will Bring iMessage To Windows And Android
It used to be that back in the day, platform-exclusive messaging apps were a thing. For example, BlackBerry Messenger used to be so popular that people would actually buy BlackBerry phones just to use it. These days, the focus is more on cross-platform compatibility.

Microsoft Edge Will Now Tell You When Your Passwords Are Compromised
If you happen to use Microsoft Edge as your browser of choice, you’ll be pleased to learn that Microsoft has recently issued an update to the browser. This update will introduce a new security feature where if it detects that you have a password that has been compromised, it will warn you about it.

Apple Could Drop Support For iPhone 6s, iPhone SE (2016) With iOS 15
Apple is expected to introduce iOS 15 later this year, most likely during the company’s WWDC event which should be held mid-year. While newer iPhone users can look forward to learning more about the update’s new features, changes, and improvements, there might be some iPhone users that will be left out.

WhatsApp Phone Numbers Can Be Found On Google
WhatsApp’s latest proposed privacy policy changes have been met with a lot of backlash since it seems like the company will be handing over even more of your data to Facebook. Unfortunately, it looks like WhatsApp might have another privacy issue on their hands, where it appears that WhatsApp phone numbers can be searched on Google.

Space Cowboys @ Intel: Legendary Chip Designer Comes Out of Retirement
Intel got very exciting for investors earlier this month when it announced that it managed to woo Pat Gelsinger to take on the position of CEO starting next month.Gelsinger has, in turn, managed to convince legendary chip designer Glenn Hilton to come out of retirement to work on a new CPU project. The news traveled fast going through Sina.com (in Chinese), but I spotted Ian Cutress’s article in English.If you’re […]

Check Out These RTX 3080 Powered Sneakers
When it comes to PC cases, we’ve seen some pretty outlandish designs that aren’t necessarily practical, but they are pretty cool as a concept. However, we think that this might have taken the cake because the folks at RTKFT have teased what appears to be a pair of sneakers powered by NVIDIA’s RTX 3080 GPU while using some of NZXT’s PC components.

TikTok Rolls Out A New Q&A Feature For Creators
One of the cool features about Instagram’s Stories is the Q&A section, where creators can allow users to submit them questions that they can ask, or ask for answers/opinions from their followers. It’s pretty nifty and adds a degree of interaction to the platform. Now it looks like TikTok will be getting a similar feature as well.

Google Agrees To Pay French Publishers For News Snippets
When it comes to the relationship between Google and publishers, it’s a bit complicated. Without Google, a lot of websites and articles might not necessarily be found that easily, but without these websites and content, there really wouldn’t be a reason for Google to have existed in the first place.

iPad Mini 6 Could Get In-Display Touch ID Ahead Of The iPhone
Ever since Apple has done away with Touch ID on its iPhones (for the most part), there have been multiple rumors suggesting that Apple could actually be looking to bring the tech back through an in-display sensor. If the rumors are to be believed, it could actually happen with the iPhone 13 this year.

It’s Been A Month And Google Still Hasn’t Updated Their iOS Apps
When it comes to updating its apps, Google has actually gotten some flack in the past where some Android users feel that it is a bit unfair that the company actually updates its iOS apps ahead of Android. However, the past month has been a very different story, where the company’s apps have not been updated.

Apple TV+ Claims A Meager 3% Market Share In The US
Apple TV+ was supposed to be Apple’s answer to streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, and so on. After all, Apple has been fairly successful with Apple Music, where despite still lagging behind the likes of Spotify, they are still growing at an impressive rate. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for Apple TV+.

Someone Got Linux Up And Running On An M1 Mac Mini
Not a fan of Apple’s macOS operating system but like the new M1 hardware that accompanies it? Then maybe installing a different operating system could be the answer, and no, we’re not talking about Windows. Thanks to the team at Corellium, it appears that they have managed to get Linux up and running on the M1 powered Mac mini.

iPhone 12 Pro Max Camera Technology Could Come To All iPhone 13 Models
Apart from the differences in size, one of the ways Apple has set the iPhone 12 models apart from one another is through its cameras. Each iPhone 12 model has a slightly different camera setup from the other, with the largest and most expensive iPhone 12 Pro Max having the “best” camera tech out of the lot.

LG Display Halts Production Of iPhone LCDs
When it comes to sourcing displays for its iPhones, Apple has typically used both LG and Samsung. However, it seems that Apple might need to find an alternative because according to a report from The Elec, it appears that LG Display has halted the production of LCDs that are used for the iPhone.

Netflix To Roll Out A Shuffle Feature In The Coming Months
Netflix is home to a ton of movies and TV shows, some of which are displayed prominently on the main page, while others are hidden behind a search. This means that there could be a ton of movies and TV shows that you could be missing out on, and Netflix thinks that they have a way to get you to watch that.

Apple Reportedly Cutting Back On iPhone 12 Mini Production
Apple’s iPhone 12 mini looked like it might have had the potential to be a hit at the start. Many initial reviews and hands-on praised the phone for its small form factor, which they said made it easier to hold. Its slightly more affordable price tag was also something that many had said was a good thing.

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