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Huawei’s Honor Note 10 Comes with a 7-inch Screen

Huawei makes lots of smartphones and many of them fall under its Honor sub-brand. Today, there’s a new entry in that particular lineup: the Honor Note 10. It comes with specs we’re accustomed to seeing in other Huawei phones with one major exception. According to the company, the Honor Note Continue Reading

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Google Won’t Support More Than Two Notches on Android P Phones

What with the explosion that erupted surrounding the family of Android devices with notches, it’s about time Google set some standards. As detailed in a new developers blog post released in conjunction with the final Android P beta, the company describes what type of support for display cutouts will be Continue Reading

Apple’s iOS 12 Hints At Future iPhone Arriving with Dual SIM Slots

Apple just released another beta of iOS 12 yesterday, and, of course, developers got their hands on it. After digging through the system, 9to5Mac was able to find an interesting detail: the software hints at dual SIM card support. According to the findings, 9to5Mac saw references to what Apple calls Continue Reading

macOS Mojave Beta 5 Now Available for Testing

Apple has begun rolling out the fifth beta of macOS Mojave for testing on the Mac. This comes two weeks after the company rolled out beta 4 which added support for the 2018 MacBook Pros. To install macOS Mojave beta 5 on your Mac, head over to the Updates tab in the Mac App Store. Continue Reading

Apple Releases Fifth watchOS 5 Beta

Apple has begun rolling out the fifth watchOS 5 beta for testing on the Apple Watch. This comes a couple of weeks after the fourth build was released. watchOS 5 includes a handful of improvements and new features that will make the Apple Watch a better overall companion to your iPhone. It Continue Reading

YouTube Now Displays Vertical Video on Desktop Without Black Bars

Google has announced it’s rolling out an update to YouTube for the desktop that eliminates the black bars surrounding vertical videos or those with different aspect ratios other than 16:9. For instance, 4:3 videos will now live in their own dynamic player and te UI will adjust accordingly. The same Continue Reading

Google’s Pixel 3 XL Leaks in Real-World Photos with White Color Scheme

Reports have surfaced in the past indicating Google’s planning to unveil two new smartphones this October, and now, fresh leaks have sprouted over at XDA regarding the larger of the new devices and what it’ll look like in the real world. According to images uploaded by user dr.guru, the upcoming Continue Reading

Google is Starting to Roll Out Dark Mode for YouTube on Android

Back in March, Google originally announced it would begin rolling out a dark mode for its iOS and Android apps, fulfilling an item on many a users’ wishlist. At that time, however, only those on iOS were getting the new feature. But now that it’s been over four months since Continue Reading

Google Might Be Working on a Wireless Charging Dock for the Pixel 3

Google’s Pixel 3 and 3 XL are said to come with glass bodies, and it looks like the company will be taking full advantage of this. According to new strings discovered in the latest version of the Google Android app by 9to5Google, Google might be working on an in-house wireless Continue Reading