Samsung’s Bringing Two New Colors for the Galaxy Note 9 to the US

Samsung has announced in a new press release it’s bringing two new color variants for its Galaxy Note 9 flagship to the United States. First, there’s a completely new Cloud Silver with blue accents and a polished silver backplate. Second, there’s the Midnight Black finish that was released in other Continue Reading


YouTuber MKBHD Will Reveal What ‘K’ Stands For Under One Condition

YouTuber Marques Brownlee (a.k.a. MKBHD) has been making technology-centric YouTube videos for a decade at this point and has accumulated over six million subscribers. That doesn’t go without saying he rightfully deserves all the attention and success he attains – his videos are some of the most well-produced and thoughtfully Continue Reading

LG V40 ThinQ Confirmed to Ship with Five Cameras and 6.4-inch Display

Ahead of next week’s unveiling, LG has gone ahead and confirmed the existence of the upcoming V40 ThinQ smartphone. The device has been leaking in all sorts of places as of late, with Evan Blass’ Twitter account being the most recent location on the World Wide Web where we’ve seen Continue Reading

You Can Now Watch HDR Video from YouTube on the iPhone XS and XS Max

YouTube has begun rolling out an update to its iOS app that enables HDR video playback on Apple’s two new iPhones: the XS and XS Max. This comes roughly four months after the video service introducing HDR video playback for the iPhone X, 8, and 8 Plus. According to reports, Continue Reading

OnePlus 6T Surfaces in New CAD-Based Renders

OnePlus is expected to drop its next smartphone next month with T-Mobile as the exclusive carrier, an in-display fingerprint reader, a tweaked design, and a waterdrop-style notch at the top of the display. Called the OnePlus 6T, the device has been rumored multiple times in recent history. And today, we’re Continue Reading

LG’s V40 ThinQ Leaks in Official-Looking AT&T Render

We’re just a matter of days away from seeing LG’s new V40 ThinQ smartphone officially, but that isn’t stopping the leak train whatsoever. Over on Evan Blass’ Twitter, a new image has surfaced depicting a render of the upcoming V40 with an AT&T logo slapped to the back, confirming this Continue Reading

Apple Releases First macOS Mojave 10.14.1 Beta

Following yesterday’s release of macOS Mojave to all users, Apple today seeded the very first beta of macOS Mojave version 10.14.1 for testing. Developers and public beta testers alike can expect the update to hit their registered Mac in the coming days. To install it, head over to the System Preferences Continue Reading

Google’s Pixel 3 and 3 XL Leak Out in New High-Quality Renders

It’s only a matter of time at this point until Google officially announces the Pixel 3 and 3 XL smartphones, but that doesn’t mean leaks are gonna stop. Over at WinFuture, we’re now getting a look at some official-looking renders that are some of the best quality we’ve seen thus far. Continue Reading

Apple’s Making Shazam Ad-Free with its Acquisition

Apple has announced it’s finalized its acquisition of Shazam, a popular music identification service. The app was originally confirmed to be acquired by the trillion-dollar company back in December of last year, but things were never finalized until now. With today’s news, Apple is also announcing its plans to make Continue Reading

T-Mobile Rebrands MetroPCS with New Plans, Amazon Prime and Google One Perks

Five years after the Magenta carrier acquired the pre-paid service, T-Mobile has announced a rebranding of MetroPCS with the introduction of new plans and perks for customers. According to the company, MetroPCS will now be known as Metro by T-Mobile, or Metro for short. It’s also getting a new logo Continue Reading

Apple Releases macOS Mojave to Everyone

A week after the company released iOS 12, watchOS 5, and tvOS 12, Apple today began rolling out macOS Mojave to all Mac users. The new software can be installed by heading over to the System Preferences section of the Settings app. From there, hit “Software Update” and you should Continue Reading

SiriusXM Announces Acquisition of Pandora for $3.5 Billion

It’s no secret Pandora has been struggling in recent memory. It’s tried launching new plans to draw in more customers, redesigning its app for simpler navigation, and pushed its advertising approach even further to, hopefully, stray folks away from using services like Spotify and Apple Music. Still, though, the company Continue Reading

OnePlus 6 Now Getting Upgraded to Android 9 Pie

Following a short beta process that was introduced earlier this month, OnePlus has begun rolling out Android 9 Pie to owners of the OnePlus 6. The update comes in the form of OxygenOS 9.0 which includes the company’s own customizations on top of a nearly stock build of Android. Head Continue Reading

Apple’s iPhone XS & XS Max and Apple Watch Series 4 Officially Launch

After their initial unveiling just over a week ago, Apple today officially launched its new iPhone XS and XS Max for the world to buy. The new Apple Watch Series 4 is also launching today. All three devices are available from and select retailers and carriers. The iPhone XS Continue Reading