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New Details Emerge About Apple Music’s Carpool Karaoke

Photo via: CNN Back in July 2016, Apple acquired the rights to Carpool Karaoke, a regular segment featured on The Late Late Show with James Cordon on CBS that’s proven itself a viral sensation. This acquisition was later confirmed by the technology company at an event in late October when CEO Tim Continue Reading

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watchOS 3.1.3 Beta 2 Rolling Out to Developers

Following the beta three releases of iOS 10.2.1 and macOS 10.12.3, Apple today has begun seeding developers with the second build of watchOS 3.1.3 for testing on the Apple Watch. This comes almost a month after beta 1 surfaced, while this new build likely just includes bug fixes out of preparation Continue Reading

iOS 10.2.1 Beta 3 Now Hitting Testers’ Devices

Now that they’ve had a break over the holidays, Apple has once again begun seeding developers and public beta testers with a new iOS build, this time it being iOS 10.2.1 beta 3. This comes nearly a month after the second build was released. The updated build likely just includes bug Continue Reading

Apple on iPhone’s 10th Anniversary: “The Best is Yet to Come”

Today marks the tenth anniversary since the first iPhone made its debut at Macworld 2007. The late CEO and founder of Apple, Steve Jobs, personally unveiled the product and described it as “a widescreen iPod with touch controls, a revolutionary mobile phone and a breakthrough internet communications device” all wrapped Continue Reading

Samsung’s Gear Lineup Now Works with the iPhone

As a part of CES 2017, Samsung has launched the official companion apps for the Gear S2, S3 and Gear Fit 2 on the iPhone, making the smartwatches compatible with not just Android for the first time. The apps allows users to sync notifications to their wrist, track fitness activities Continue Reading

Apple Pulled an AirPod-Finding App Because They Didn’t Like the ‘Concept’

Apple’s usually pretty picky when it comes to the types of apps that land in the App Store, but most of the time an app is pulled from or not allowed in the marketplace due to it not complying with Apple’s terms or coming off offensive to the public. A new Continue Reading

Latest Google App Beta Hints at Upcoming “Search Gestures”

As is the case pretty often, Google has released yet another beta of their app for Android, bringing the version number up to 6.10.31. Of course, there’s the usual bug fixes and security hole patches found in each dot.dot.dot update, but according to a new APK teardown done by Android Continue Reading

Tidal’s HiFi Subscribers Can Soon Stream “Master” Tracks

Tidal, the music streaming service initially founded by Jay-Z, has announced “Master quality recordings” at CES 2017 available for streaming by paying subscribers of the service’s $20/month HiFi option. The new feature will give users the ability to listen to high-resolution audio that outputs in a CD-quality lossless format coming Continue Reading

Dell’s $5000 Monitor Has an 8K Resolution and a Massive Size

There’s always a lot that goes on during CES 2017, but one thing is for sure: everything is taken to the extreme. And Dell’s latest monitor is no exception. It’s called the UP3218K, and it features a massive 32-inch display with an 8K (7680 x 4320) resolution. According to the company, Continue Reading

Here’s Your First Look at the Redesign Coming to Windows 10

It’s been reported previously that Microsoft is currently in development of Project Neon, a supposed tweaked UI that’ll build on top of the looks already present in Windows 10. We haven’t been able to catch a glimpse into what the company is working on so far, but according to new Continue Reading

Google’s Nexus 6 is Now Getting Android 7.1.1 Nougat

Last month, a statement sent over to Android Police confirmed that Google’s Nexus 6 from 2014 would receive Android 7.1.1 Nougat even though it wasn’t a part of the list of devices that got the update when it initially began rolling out earlier in December. Of course, we didn’t exactly Continue Reading

Verizon and AT&T Are Now Bricking Everyone’s Galaxy Note 7

Last month, T-Mobile began rolling out the software update to the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 that would disable all radios (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and cellular) and stop the device from charging. After originally opting out of doing so and then jumping back into the ring, Verizon is also now rolling out Continue Reading