Month: April 2018

Apple Might Get Rid of the 3.5mm Headphone Dongle with This Year’s iPhones

Remember back in 2016, Apple made the user-hostile choice of removing the headphone jack from the iPhone 7? This time around, it looks like the company is going a step further. According to analysts at […]

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Samsung Expands Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus Storage up to 256GB

Samsung has announced it will soon offer variants of the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus with more storage. Right now, you can only get the phone with 64GB of internal space. But with the upgraded, […]

The LG G7 ThinQ Should Have a Pretty Killer Speaker

LG is set to debut its new G7 ThinQ flagship this Wednesday, and today we’re hearing about another feature of the device. According to LG who spoke to Engadget, the company will include a special […]

Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War Opens to Record-Breaking $250 Million During Opening Weekend

Marvel Studios set a new record this weekend. Its latest film, the highly-anticipated Avengers: Infinity War, opened to the tune of an astonishing $250 million, beating out Disney’s own Star Wars: The Force Awakens which […]

Sprint and T-Mobile Might Merge This Week

Following a recent report out of Reuters that claimed talks were back on, CNBC is saying Sprint and T-Mobile are finalizing a deal that will see the two carriers merge. This conversation between the companies […]

Microsoft’s Next Windows 10 Upgrade is Coming April 30th

Microsoft has announced its next major Windows 10 upgrade, known as the “Windows 10 April 2018 Update,” is officially arriving this Monday, April 30th. The company made the announcement following a delay in release which […]

Apple Finally Makes iTunes Available in the Microsoft Store

After nearly a year’s worth of waiting, Apple has finally launched iTunes in the Microsoft Store. The app is available to anyone running Windows 10, including those with Windows 10 S who, up until now, […]

Snap Introduces New Spectacles w/ Waterproofing, Smaller Profile, and Higher Price Tag

Back in 2016, Snap Inc. introduced the first pair of Spectacles. They’re sunglasses with a camera and wireless connectivity that sync with your phone to upload videos to your Snapchat story. They work and all, […]

Ford is Giving Up on Cars in North America

Everything but the Mustang and an unannounced Focus “Active” will go.

LG Confirms G7 ThinQ Will Come with 6.1-inch LCD Display and 1,000 Nits of Brightness

LG is set to debut its next flagship smartphone, the G7 ThinQ, on May 2nd. But in typical LG fashion, the company is already unveiling some of the features of the handset beforehand. In a […]

Amazon Announces New Echo Dot Kids Edition with FreeTime on Alexa

Amazon has made some kid-friendly announcements today. In a press release, the company unveiled its new Echo Dot Kids Edition. Coming in a $79.99, the device works and acts the same way a typical Echo […]

Microsoft is Gonna Try to Make a Lighter Version of Windows 10 Again

Microsoft has been trying to make its Windows 10 operating system lighter for less-powerful PCs for some time. Its initial offering, Windows 10 S, didn’t go over well due to the lack of support for […]

The OnePlus 6 Will Be Unveiled on May 16th

OnePlus’ next flagship smartphone, known as the OnePlus 6, will be unveiled on May 16th. The company announced the date on both social media and press invites. We’ve seen various leaks regarding the phone as […]

Google Releases Standalone Tasks App for Android and iOS

Google today announced the release of a standalone Tasks app for reminders and to-dos. This comes the same day Gmail received its big redesign. The app is pretty simple. After downloading, your Google account is loaded […]

Google Officially Gives Gmail a Redesign

Google today officially began rolling out the redesign of Gmail they promised a couple of weeks ago. The new user interface is chock full of fresh features that make the service feel more suitable for […]

You Can Now Post Multiple Photos and Videos to Instagram Stories at Once

Instagram has announced it’s now allowing users to upload multiple photos and videos all at once within its app. By tapping on a certain button in the camera interface, you’ll be able to select more […]

Apple iOS 11.3.1 Update Includes a Fix for Third-Party iPhone 8 Screens

Apple has issued an update to the iPhone and iPad in the form of iOS 11.3.1 that fixes an issue with the iPhone 8. When users would get their screens replaced by third-parties, the device […]

Venom Gets a Lot of Screen Time in Sony’s New Trailer

Sony’s upcoming film Venom is slated to arrive October 5th and today, we got another glimpse at the movie via the second official trailer. Wile the first clip showed us much of Eddie Brock played […]

Spotify Redesigns its Mobile Apps, Upgrades Free Tier with On-Demand Playlists and Less Data Consumption

Spotify held an event in Manhatten today to announce some upgrades coming to the service’s free subscription tier. The company says while it has 71 million paid subscribers, there’s still 90 million users who aren’t […]