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Apple’s HomePod to be Released Next Month

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Apple’s HomePod to Be Released Next Month On Tuesday, the tech giant announced the official release date for it’s ‘smart speaker.’ The $349 HomePod will be available Feb. 9, but you can order one starting this Friday, Jan. 26. The device will have limited capabilities through Siri, according to The Verge, and it’s not designed […]

Apple to cancel iPhone X

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Apple to cancel iPhone X. Apple are reportedly cancelling the iPhone X following poor consumer sales in China. (25) Related posts: Analysts Think iPhone 8, 8 Plus are Outselling the iPhone X Apple Eased the Pressure for the iPhone X to be a Smash Hit Long Lines Everywhere For Apple’s iPhone X Woman Gets Refunded […]

LG Unveils Two Patents for Foldable Smartphones

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Foldable smartphones are slowly becoming a reality with the likes of the ZTE Axon M having arrived on the scene last year. However, ZTE is far from being the only company to work on a foldable display. Samsung, LG, and Huawei all reportedly working on foldable devices. The details surrounding most of these devices are […]

South Korea Opens Investigation Into iPhone Throttling

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According to the Korean Herald, South Korea has opened an investigation into Apple’s throttling of its older iPhones, despite the company’s claims that the slowdowns were meant to maintain battery life. Apple already faces several lawsuits and may even be facing criminal charges in some jurisdictions. As a gesture of good will, Apple has decided […]

Chinese Hacker Wins $112,000 from Google

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Google just awarded its largest bug bounty ever to a Chinese researcher named Guang Gong. Gong discovered a security issue that affected Pixel phones and received a total payout of $112,500 from Google. But Gong is a pro at hacking Pixel phones — his team gained control of a Pixel phone in 60 seconds at […]

That Android Oreo will Arrive Soon According to This Sign

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Owners of a Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8 Plus are no doubt wondering exactly when the Android 8.0 Oreo upgrade is coming down the pipe. Well, it’s still not completely sure, but there’s a new development that hints the update isn’t far off now. SamMobile spotted that the manual for Oreo has been uploaded to […]

 

GAMING

Pokemon Go Announces Next Date for Community Day

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Pokemon Go Community Days are mini-event that happens once per month. The next Community Day event will take place on February 24th and will involve the Dragon-Type Pokemon Dratini. The upcoming Community Day will have a 3x Stardust bonus, helping players stockpile Stardust for powering up their Pokemon. Thousands of players took place in Pokemon […]

Nintendo: This Year is Crucial for the Switch

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This coming March, the Nintendo Switch will turn one year old and what a first year it’s had. With more than 10 million sales at the close of 2017 the console has been a far greater success than the Wii U that came before it and Nintendo’s president Tatsumi Kimishima has even said that he […]

Pokken Tournament Makes Additions

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As part of a new paid “Battle Pack” DLC, Nintendo announced on Thursday that two new playable Battle Pokemon will be added to the game in the coming weeks. This along with two new sets of support Pokemon. Along with a support team featuring Mega Rayquaza and Mimikyu, on January 31st, the powerful Ghost/Steel Pokemon […]

Spotify Files For IPO Right Before $1.6B Wixen Lawsuit

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Spotify has quietly filed for their initial public offering. According to a report from news service Axios, the music streaming service filed late last month. Although the company has not publicly announced the IPO, reports indicate it will be a direct listing, suggesting that Spotify will avoid a publicity event. But their plans may linger […]

Microsoft Discontinues the Xbox One Kinect Adapter

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Back in October of last year, Microsoft decided to kill off the Kinect camera. It should come as no surprise the Kinect adapter used to connect the device to Xbox One S, Xbox One X, and PC has now been discontinued. In a statement to Polygon, a Microsoft spokesperson said: “After careful consideration, we decided […]

Nintendo Switch Nabs Fastest-Selling Home Video Game Console Title

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Nintendo Switch Nabs Fastest-Selling Home Video Game Console Title The iconic gaming company announced Tuesday that they broke the record by selling nearly five million units in ten months, The Switch — a hybrid home/portable console — debuted in early March for $299. It surpassed the Wii, another Nintendo console, which was released in 2006 […]

 

SOCIAL

Facebook Invents New Unit of Time

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Facebook has announced a new unit of time called the “flick.” It’s the equivalent to precisely one 705,600,000th of a second. It’s useful for special effects artists and anybody else working in film or virtual reality. “Flicks” cleanly divide each frame in a movie, TV show, or video game in an easy-to-read, easy-to-use number. Flick’s […]

Russian Propaganda from Deleted Troll Accounts is Still Live on Twitter and Instagram

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On Friday, Twitter stated publicly that it had removed content posted by more than 50,000 Russian propaganda accounts from its platform. Russian troll content, though, continues to live on it and other social platforms. New data provided to BuzzFeed News shows there are more than 3,700 active tweets that quote or cite Russian troll accounts […]

Facebook will Begin to Prioritize ‘High Quality’ and ‘Trustworthy’ News Sources

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Facebook will Begin to Prioritize ‘High Quality’ and ‘Trustworthy’ News Sources Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg made the announcement in a statement posted to his Facebook page. I’ve asked our product teams to make sure we prioritize news that is trustworthy, informative, and local. And we’re starting next week with trusted sources. Social media enables people […]

Facebook to Improve Quality of Newsfeed Content

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Facebook announced Friday that it will focus on improving the quality of news stories in users’ home feeds. The company previously announced that it would favor content shared by contacts in users’ networks over that from publishers. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced in a statement, “Today I’m sharing our second major update this year: to […]

Facebook to Rank News Sources in Feeds Based “Trustworthiness”

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Changes are coming to Facebook’s News Feed. But according to CEO Mark Zuckerberg, that change will be coming from the user base. Zuckerberg stated in a post that the social media network will start surveying users to determine which news sources are trusted the most.Based upon that survey, News Feed will begin to prioritize ‘trustworthy’ […]

Facebook to Prioritize Trustworthy News by User Survey

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Facebook announced changes are coming to how it will source news. According to CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook will rank stuff in News Feed to give trustworthy news sources priority over those users do not consider trustworthy. However, Facebook won’t be making this discussion alone. Instead, Zuckerberg stated they will survey users to determine which news […]

STARTUPS

Google Home Will Officially Arrive in Australia Mid Year

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During all the announcements made on day one of Google IO 2017, the global internet giant slipped into the mix that Google Home, it’s popular AI-assistant speaker, will officially be available in Australia starting mid year. That date means it could well arrive before Amazon’s local retail launch — which may be when the Amazon’s […]

ENTERPRISE

Google Rolls Out Audiobooks, to Amazon’s Chagrin

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Google Rolls Out Audiobooks, to Amazon’s Chagrin. Starting today in 45 countries, audiobooks will be available for purchase via the Play Store and the Google Assistant. Audiobooks are generally priced between $7 and $15, though to entice users to give it a try, Google is offering some pretty hefty discounts across much of its library, […]

Roughly 50% of American Homes have Netflix

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Roughly 50% of American Homes have Netflix (20) Related posts: Netflix Ups Subscription Rates Netflix Increases Subscription Fees Netflix Passwords on Sale in Black Market Fender Replaces American Vintage Series With New Original Series

Alexa gives police updates

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The Amazon Alexa app is being used by Lancashire Constabulary to give customers police updates and daily crime briefings, including missing people and more. (35) Related posts: What’s Next for Amazon’s Alexa? Alexa Grabs the Wheel Oprah lends her voice to Amazon’s Alexa for the holidays Alexa Voice Commands Come to Android

Has Tesla’s New Semi been Seen in the Wild?

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Even though Tesla isn’t expected to begin producing its electric semi-truck, the Semi, until 2019, a new video of the truck has the internet buzzing. A prototype of the truck – which represents a significant test of Tesla’s production capabilities – was uploaded to YouTube last week. The seven-second clip shows the truck driving down […]

Waymo Self-Driving Cars to Hit Atlanta Streets Soon

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Waymo is the division of Google’s parent company Alphabet that’s dedicated to automated cars. Waymo announced that it’ll soon start testing its self-driving minivans in Atlanta, Georgia. There are few details about the Atlanta tests expect that they’ll begin soon. In preparation for the launch, Waymo started building 3D maps of the downtown Atlanta area […]

Amazon Opens Up Store of the Future

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Retail powerhouse Amazon is disrupting retail yet again, with the opening of its checkout-free Amazon Go grocery store in Seattle. After grabbing their items, customers are free to walk right out. “The just-walk-out technology is tracking that these items are leaving the shelf, and it’s putting them in my virtual cart,” Amazon Go Vice-President Gianna […]