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Twitter is Testing QR Codes for Users

As part of the latest beta for mobile, Twitter today began testing scannable QR codes for users to scan in order to quickly follow someone. The feature is accessible via the slide-out and profile menus on Android and a button on your profile on iOS in v6.24.     So Continue Reading

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Google Just Refreshed Play Newsstand and Launched a Web Version

In a blog post today, Google has announced the total redesign and refresh of Play Newsstand, a news aggregator that’s kinda been sitting around for a while. With these updates, it looks like Google hopes to compete with other news apps such as Apple News and Flipboard and hopefully provide users Continue Reading

Download Every Single Element of the Google Pixel Here [Update #3: Google Camera with HDR+]

Roughly a month and a half ago, word came in that the official Google Pixel and Pixel XL system images had leaked before their initial release just days later. We couldn’t help ourselves, so we dove head-first inside them to see what we could extract and hopefully use on our Continue Reading

Samsung Might Sell Refurbished Galaxy Note 7s Soon

A new report by Korean website The Investor attempts to shed light on what Samsung’s next steps are regarding the recent Galaxy Note 7 incident. According to the article, the company may be gearing up to actually begin selling the phone again, but as refurbished units this time around. This Continue Reading

Amazon’s Music Unlimited Service Now Works for Families at $14.99

Just over a month ago, Amazon introduced a new music streaming service called Amazon Music Unlimited with a bunch of different subscription options for however you listen to your music. However, the company didn’t provide a way for families or groups to take advantage of the service. This changes today Continue Reading

Barnes & Noble’s NOOK Tablet 7 Costs $50 and Will Directly Compete with the Amazon Fire

Remember last year’s Amazon Fire tablet? It was an absolute steal at just $50 and still is today as the device has received a number of updates since, including a storage bump and new color options. Amazon was really the only company to actually hit the nail on the head Continue Reading

Google Allo is Getting Emoji Suggestions, New Themes, and Fantastic Beasts Stickers

Google has announced to the media today that a fresh update is making its way to Allo, the company’s messaging service that brings the Google Assistant to chats. It’s unclear what the version number is as of yet, but we’ll update this article when we gain that information. For starters, Continue Reading

Samsung Will Now Reward You For Using Samsung Pay

Samsung has announced that a new program launching this week will begin rewarding users of the company’s mobile payments platform, Samsung Pay. Called Samsung Rewards, every time a user makes a purchase with the method, Samsung will reward them with a certain number of points based on the amount spent. Continue Reading

You Can Now Preorder Google Wifi for $129

Google has officially opened preorders for their new smart wireless router called Google Wifi. The device comes in at $129 for a single unit, while a 3-pack will run you $229. Google Wifi provides buyers with a simple, easy to use, and affordable wireless router the company touts as being twice Continue Reading

Apple May Release Two 5.5-inch iPhones Next Year with One Sporting OLED

A new report by 9to5Mac shares some insight into what next year’s iPhone lineup could look like. According to the publication who viewed a leaked report by KGI Securities, Apple will release not one but two iPhones with 5.5-inch displays. The difference? One will use the standard TFT-LCD display panel Continue Reading

Google’s Latest App Lets You Scan Physical Photos into Your Phone

Via a blog post, Google today has introduced a new app called PhotoScan that allows users to scan physical photos from within frames or by themselves into their smartphones where they’re then backed up into Google Photos. This is the make preserving old photos you may have in a book Continue Reading

Apple Seeds Third Beta of watchOS 3.1.1 to Developers

Apple today begun seeding developers with the third beta of watchOS 3.1.1 for testing on both the Apple Watch and Apple Watch Series 2. This comes just over a week after the second build was released and a day after multiple new betas arrived for Apple’s other platforms including iOS, Continue Reading

OnePlus 3T Unveiled w/ Snapdragon 821, 3400mAh Battery, 128GB Storage, Gunmetal

As one of probably the most anticipated phones of 2016, OnePlus today finally unveiled the upgrade version of their 2016 “flagship-killer” (the 3, in case you were wondering) called the OnePlus 3T. This handset sports improved internals over its predecessor while sticking with a nearly identical design. Therefore, think of Continue Reading

Apple Made a Book With Pictures of Their Stuff for $300

Apple’s been known to create some great products like the iPhone, iPad, Mac, and more. They’re stretched their strengths into various fields across the board, but it now looks like they wanna dip their toes in the world of publishing. Hence, via a press release, Apple today announced a new Continue Reading