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Google Pixel 4 Leaks in High-Res Marketing Images

Here's the phone again, in case you haven't already seen it a million times.

OnePlus 7T Pro Gets a Snapdragon 855 Plus, Improved Cameras, and No US Release

There's also a new McLaren edition that will become the most expensive OnePlus phone ever.

ZAGG Slim Book Go for iPad Pro (2018) Review

There's nothing "slim" about this case, nor is it the best on the market. But the keyboard's great.

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

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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

Nintendo’s Super Mario Run Will Launch on December 15th

Back in September, Nintendo unveiled their new mobile game called Super Mario Run, a running-based title featuring everyone’s favorite Italian plumber. While details remained scarce at the time other than it would launch on iOS by the 2016 holiday season, we now have further details about when exactly the game Continue Reading

Nike’s Self-Tying Shoes Will Launch on December 1st for $720

Jacques Slade, a YouTuber with a clear passion for shoes, has sent out a tweet confirming that Nike’s insane self-tying shoes called HyperAdapt 1.0 will launch on December 1st. A previous tweet claimed that the shoes would launch on November 28th, however this date is also said to be the Continue Reading

Report: Apple Developing AR-Powered Smart Glasses, Could Launch in 2018

A new report by Bloomberg shares new insight into what Apple reportedly is developing “secretly.” In the report, the publication claims the Cupertino tech giant is currently working on a pair of “smart glasses” possibly powered by augmented reality (AR). These glasses may be some type of Apple-edition Google Glass Continue Reading

Microsoft Announces Visual Studio for Mac… Too Early

Microsoft today published a blog post sharing the news that Visual Studio, the company’s coding utility used for creating a variety of apps, was coming to the Mac for those who “need or want to use macOS.” However, it looks like the tech giant made a mistake and accidentally published Continue Reading

All Electric Cars Will Have to Make Noise By September 2019

It’s been a long time coming, but today the news finally broke stating that all electric cars will have to make noise while riding at under 18.9 miles per hour by September 1st, 2019. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) today finzalized their “Quite Car” rule for vehicles designed Continue Reading

tvOS 10.1 Beta 3 Now Available for Developers’ Testing

Following today’s releases of iOS 10.2 beta 3 and macOS 10.12.2 beta 3, Apple has begun rolling out tvOS 10.1 beta 3 to developers for testing and debugging before an initial release to the public in the coming weeks. This comes a week after the second build of the future Continue Reading

Apple Releases macOS Sierra 10.12.2 Beta 3 for Testing

Following the roll out of iOS 10.2 beta 3, Apple today begun seeding testers with the third build of macOS Sierra 10.12.2 to testers for debugging before an initial release to the public in the coming weeks. This comes nearly a week after the second build of the future OS Continue Reading

Apple Beginning to Roll Out iOS 10.2 Beta 3 to Testers

Today Apple began rolling out the third beta of iOS 10.2 to testers for debugging before the final release likely sometime in December. This comes a week after the second build of the future OS upgrade for iDevices went live. In this new beta, Apple ditches the old Videos app Continue Reading

Google Play Music is Getting Smarter Thanks to Machine Learning

Today via a blog post, Google announced the redesigned and revised version of Play Music for all users. This brings much more intelligence to the search giant’s music streaming service and grants users a new UI to gander at while interacting with either the Android, iOS, or web app. Starting Continue Reading

New Render Shows Off Windows 10-Powered Dell Stack and It’s Dock

Over the course of about a week, we’ve seen plenty of information leak about Dell’s could’ve-been tablet/smartphone hybrid reportedly internally called Stack. This device is said to run full Windows 10 on a 6.4- to 7-inch display, feature a laptop-class processor from Intel, weigh in at under 9mm thick, and Continue Reading