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Apple’s 6.1-inch LCD iPhone Might Come in Blue, Orange, and Red

Apple is expected to unveil three new iPhone models this September, and in the lineup, there will reportedly be a cheaper 6.1-inch LCD-powered model to appeal to those with smaller budgets. Now, according to Ming-Chi Kuo via 9to5Mac, we may be getting some details on what colors the phone will Continue Reading

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Samsung’s Galaxy S10 Might Come with 3D Face Scanning and an In-Display Fingerprint Reader

Samsung has yet to unveil the next-generation Galaxy Note, but that doesn’t mean we can’t start looking to the company’s 2019 plans. According to Korean news publication The Bell, Samsung’s Galaxy S10 flagship will reportedly come with a 3D face scanning system and an in-display fingerprint reader. The company has Continue Reading

YouTube Introduces Suite of New Creator-Friendly Features, Including Better Monetization

During VidCon 2018, YouTube took the stage to unveil a suite of new features for creators that opens up a ton of new possibilities for channels and the way subscribers interact with them. The new features include Channel Memberships, Merchandise, and Premieres, all of which will begin rolling out soon. Continue Reading

Instagram Unveils ‘IGTV’ App with Focus on Long-Form Vertical Videos

After a report surfaced indicating the company was planning today’s announcement, Instagram has unveiled its new IGTV app, a dedicated place where creators can share long-form videos shot in a vertical format. The company is clearly taking direct aim at competitors like YouTube by offering a more mobile-friendly experience and Continue Reading

Google Launches YouTube Music in 17 Countries

After slowly rolling out the service to some users in the US, Google today officially made the new YouTube Music available to everyone. The new streaming platform will take better aim at competing with the likes of Spotify and Apple Music by offering a blend of standard songs and corresponding Continue Reading

AT&T Now Officially Owns Time Warner

After a rough 20 month battle with the US Justice Department, AT&T has finally completed its acquisition of media giant Time Warner. The deal, valued at $85 billion, makes the carrier one of the largest media brands in the world with properties such as HBO, CNN, Warner Bros., Turner, Boomerang, Continue Reading

Lenovo Mirage Solo and Camera Review: For the Ultimate VR Nerd

Virtual reality has been a thing for a number of years at this point, but it’s always pretty much involved your smartphone in some way or another unless you bought something that could connect to your PC. That is, until the first standalone VR headsets came into play. Without any Continue Reading

Amazon’s New Fire TV Cube Combines a 4K Streaming Box, an Echo, and a Universal Remote

Amazon has unveiled the latest entry into its Fire TV lineup with the Fire TV Cube. The device offers similar capabilities to the original Fire TV and Fire TV Stick but adds certain functionality that proves Amazon wants to control your entire living room. For starters, the Fire TV Cube Continue Reading

The Moto Z3 Play Comes with a Taller Screen, Dual Cameras, and a Bigger Battery

After leaking basically everywhere, Motorola today took the wraps off its new mid-range smartphone, the Moto Z3 Play. The device is the latest entry in the company’s Moto Z lineup that works with its various Moto Mods and will proceed the flagship Moto Z3 Force that should arrive later this Continue Reading

Apple Unveils iOS 12 for iPhone and iPad with Faster Performance, New Siri Improvements, Screen Time

Apple today unveiled iOS 12, the next major OS upgrade for your iPhone and iPad. While there are plenty of new features in tow, the company wants to put a strong focus on just how fast the new operating system is. iOS 12 supports devices stretching back to the iPhone Continue Reading