Samsung Explains Why The Galaxy Fold Display Folds Inwards

One of the differences between the Samsung Galaxy Fold and the Huawei Mate X foldable phone is that Samsung’s display folds inwards, while Huawei’s folds outwards. During a recent interview with The Verge, Samsung explained why they chose to have the Galaxy Fold’s display fold inwards instead of out.


Energizer’s Smartphone With An 18,000mAh Battery Is Ridiculous

We’ve long complained about the mostly dismal life of our smartphone batteries, but it seems that Energizer has a smartphone with a battery that could potentially last you days on end. The only catch is that you will need to withstand stares and possible laughter because as you can see, this phone is thick.


Apple’s New Mac Pro Could Feature A Stackable Design

One of the criticisms leveled at Apple’s current-gen Mac Pro is that trying to replace parts of upgrade its components is next to impossible. This is versus the previous design which looked more like a traditional desktop PC, which in turn allowed users to upgrade certain components as and when needed.


Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10, S10+ and S10 5G Differences Editor's Pick

Samsung just launched the Samsung Galaxy S10 (or Galaxy series 10) line-up and it nearly covers the complete spectrum of the high-end market, with something for everyone.


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Google Earth Accidentally Reveals Taiwan’s Secret Military Sites

Secret Taiwanese military installations were accidentally revealed online for the world to see following an update for the Google Earth platform. Some of these military sites were revealed through the update which included 3D renditions of Taipei, New Taipei, Taoyuan, and Taichung. At least one military base which Patriot missiles are reportedly deployed can clearly be seen using Google Earth with no blurring in place to prevent the public from […]


Apple Releases Hilarious iPhone XR Commercial

Apple has really been pushing the iPhone XR. The iPhone XR represents Apple’s cheaper iPhone which would appeal to customers who might not otherwise want to spend $1,000 on the iPhone XS. The company has been launching all kinds of deals and discounts for the handset, and now they have also released a new commercial highlighting its capabilities.


Website Uses AI To Continuously Generate Fake Faces

Artificial intelligence is good at a lot of things, and as it turns out now, it’s also good at generating an endless stream of fake faces. It doesn’t come news that AI can be used to generate fake visuals. This has been done for quite some time now and nothing informs us more of that ability than ThisPersonDoesNotExist.com.


Google Makes It Harder For Sites To Detect Chrome’s Incognito Mode

One of the main reasons behind Google Chrome’s Incognito mode is to allow users to browse the web in private, where their information will not be saved by the browser, and that certain identifying information about the user won’t be shared with websites. This is done by logging users out of their accounts such as Facebook, Google, and so on.


Test Compares The Cellular Speeds Of iPhones Over The Years

Over the years Apple has made improvements with each and every iPhone release, but for the most part, the company usually glosses over the more technical details and focuses more on the mainstream features, but this does not mean that they have not made changes under the hood.


Google Pixel 3 Camera Review Editor's Pick

The Google Pixel 3 smartphone is often acclaimed as “the best phone camera” thanks to its near-legendary software stack. Legend or reality, our Image Quality (IQ) analysis will shed more light into real-world camera performance.Learn more: what is our Camera IQ score?


Civilization VI’s Steam EULA Is Causing Some Concern Amongst Gamers

Let’s be honest here: how many of us actually bothers to read the terms and agreement when we install a new piece of software or sign up for a service? Given how lengthy some of these documents are, and how they can be so worded in such a tricky manner, for the most part it can go over the heads of many.


Airbus To End Production Of A380 Superjumbo

In what might mark the end of new quad-engined jumbos, Airbus has announced that it will end production of its A380 superjumbo in 2021. It’s the largest passenger plane ever that was built to best Boeing’s iconic 747. Merely 12 years after it first took to the skies in 2007, Airbus is now ending the program.


Apple Removing Safari’s ‘Do Not Track’ Feature

It appears that the next version of Apple’s Safari browser is going to ditch the “Do Not Track” feature. The release notes for Safari v12.1 mention that this version is going to remove “support for the expired Do Not Track standard to prevent potential use as a fingerprinting variable.”


Adobe Premiere Bug Is Permanently Damaging MacBook Pro Speakers

Sometimes we come across software bugs that can cause the software to crash, cause the operating system to reboot, but it isn’t very often that we run into software bugs that can cause permanent and physical damage to a computer’s hardware components. Unfortunately for some MacBook Pro users, that’s what happened to them.