Tyler Lee

Tyler Lee is a former wireless carrier employee. He loves technology and all the possibilities have always fascinated him. He spends too much time in front of the computer, blames World of Warcraft for that. He is huge fan of music and has been known to play at least four instruments to date, although that number might increase in the future. Fight Club is his favorite movie because of the awesome one-liners. He’s a foodie who thought of becoming a chef, but the ultimately preferred tech life.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Confirmed For August 5 Announcement

07/07/2020, If you’re more of a fan of Samsung’s Note series of handsets, then you might be eagerly anticipating the launch of the Galaxy Note 20. The good news is that Samsung has since officially announced and confirmed that on the 5th of August, 2020,...

Multitasking On The iPad With Gmail Just Got A Lot Easier

07/07/2020, One of the features of the iPad is that it offers Split View multitasking. This means that users will be able to run apps side-by-side, but the onus also falls onto the developer of the app to ensure that it plays nicely with the feature as well. The good...

Apple’s Shift Away From Intel Could Save Them Billions

07/07/2020, At WWDC 2020, Apple finally confirmed the long-standing rumors that they would be ditching Intel and transition to creating Mac computers using their own custom ARM chipsets. There are many reasons for Apple to do this, and it seems that costs could be...

Microsoft Might Be Interested In Acquiring WB Interactive

07/07/2020, According to a recent report from The Information (paywall), it seems that AT&T could be looking to sell off Warner Bros. Interactive, and apparently a bunch of companies are interested in potentially acquiring them. This includes Microsoft, EA,...

iPhone 12 Lineup Might All Use OLED Displays

07/07/2020, For the past several years, Apple’s smartphones have been a mixture between LCD and OLED displays, with the lower-end models using LCD while the more expensive offerings using OLED. However, that is expected to change this year because according to...

OnePlus Will Be Launching Its New Smartphone Using Augmented Reality

07/07/2020, According to the rumors, OnePlus was said to be working on a new mid-range smartphone. It turns out the rumors were right and according to an announcement by OnePlus, they will be officially revealing the handset, known as the OnePlus Nord, on the 21st of...

Latest iOS Update Seems To A Battery Killer

07/07/2020, When Apple launched the iPhone 11 back in 2019, the company actually surprised many when it was discovered that one of the main improvements was a larger battery that offered considerably longer battery life over its predecessors. However, the same cannot...

iOS 14 Reveals QR Code Payments Through Apple Pay

07/07/2020, Apple Pay allows for payments made through the phone itself where you tap it on a terminal to register the payment. It can also be paid through the Apple Watch, and it can also be made over the internet. However, it seems that Apple is looking to expand...

TikTok Could Be Banned In The US

07/07/2020, TikTok is without doubt one of the most popular social media apps available right now. (No) thanks to the pandemic, many have started to use it more than ever and have been coming up with all kinds of fun videos and various challenges on the platform....

Samsung Could Ditch Qualcomm In The Galaxy S21

07/07/2020, For years, Samsung’s flagship smartphones have come in either a Qualcomm or Exynos variant depending on the market it is being sold in. However, according to a new rumor, it seems that Samsung could be ditching Qualcomm’s chipsets for its 2021...

Apple Is Still Working On Touch ID For The iPhone

07/05/2020, It has been several iPhone generations since Apple removed Touch ID on their iPhones and introduced Face ID. However, as potentially more secure Face ID is over Touch ID, it’s hard to deny how much more convenient Touch ID is, especially in this day...

The iPhone 12 Could Sport A Pretty Fantastic Camera

07/05/2020, As the smartphone market matures, it means that in terms of performance gains, it isn’t quite leaps and bounds like it used to be. This means that handset makers need to find new ways to improve on their devices, and for the upcoming iPhone 12, it...

Olympus Will Now Let You Use Your Cameras As A Webcam

07/05/2020, Just the other day, after decades of being in the camera business, Olympus announced that they would be selling off their camera division. This is undoubtedly a sad day for many, especially Olympus camera owners, but it seems that the company is still...

Apple Survey Seems To Confirm Our Worst Fear

07/05/2020, There seems to be a rumor making its rounds that claims that for the iPhone 12, Apple will not be bundling accessories with the device. This means that the iPhone 12 might not ship with both the EarPods and the charger, both of which are very common...

macOS Big Sur Updates Will Bring Faster Software Updates

07/05/2020, It’s generally a good idea to install software updates as soon as they are available. This is because updates come with things like bug fixes and they also patch various security vulnerabilities, but the problem with OS updates is that it generally...

For Some Reason, Apple Thinks Glass Keyboards Are A Great Idea

07/02/2020, If you’ve ever typed out long paragraphs on your smartphone or tablet using the on-screen keyboard, you know that it isn’t exactly a very pleasant experience. There’s something about using a physical keyboard with tactile feedback that...

This Glove Can Translate Sign Language Into English

07/02/2020, Sign languages, like all languages, needs to be learnt in order for you to understand it and how to use it. However, thanks to researchers from UCLA’s Samueli School of Engineering, they have developed a wearable glove that can take the movements...

Apple Has Plans To Eventually Get Rid Of The Notch On The iPhone

07/02/2020, The notch design in smartphones has been a fiercely debated topic, where there are some who hate the design, while others don’t seem too bothered. Companies have tried various workarounds, such as using hole-punch cutouts, or popup cameras, but...