• New iPhones Are Coming

    New iPhones Are Coming

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    The news was met with instant ridicule across social media, as Twitter users likened it to everything from energy drinks to commentary on its "excessive" cost. Also featuring an all-screen design, it actually has a larger screen than the iPhone XS , coming up to 6.1-inches. Apple is calling it a Liquid Retina HD display and they say it's the most advanced LCD in the industry.
  • Nintendo Direct set for 9/13, will include Switch Online details

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    These will include Super Mario Bros , Ice Climbers , and the original Legend of Zelda . Perhaps most immediately useful at launch, though, is its promise of allowing cloud saves for any games players have in progress. You can save a few bucks by opting for a three-month membership for $7.99 or a 12-month subscription for $19.99. Nintendo Switch Online will remain free to non-scubscribers up until the paid service launches and a deeper dive into the service will happen during the ...
  • Google is killing off its Gmail alternative Inbox

    Google is killing off its Gmail alternative Inbox

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    In addition to the transition guide , Google also recently promoted five features in the new Gmail to entice Inbox fans. All these features are not present in gmail app at that time. The death of Inbox is not entirely out of the blue - numerous features that made it unique have become part of Gmail over the years. Inbox made a similarly radical change to the way users managed email with "bundles".
  • How Apple is trying to reduce e-waste with its new iPhones

    How Apple is trying to reduce e-waste with its new iPhones

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    With a 5.8-inch screen, it will be an advanced version of the iPhone X , which was launched in September, 2017. What it lacks in dual-camera-ness it makes up for with computational photography: the iPhone XR can - like the Google Pixel line - do Portrait Mode using its single camera thanks to improvements to the image signal processor, neural engine, and algorithms.
  • Say hello to Apple's iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone Xr

    Say hello to Apple's iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone Xr

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    With a 5.8-inch screen, it will be an advanced version of the iPhone X , which was launched in September, 2017. According to Apple's own product sitemap, the new products will be called the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR . That fresher profile could help lure price-conscious Apple customers with three- and four-year-old phones into an upgrade, said Eddins. "Finally, we could see new iPad Pros that will come with face recognition ID instead of the home button and fingerprint ...
  • 'Monster' Hurricane Florence Barrels Toward the Carolinas

    'Monster' Hurricane Florence Barrels Toward the Carolinas

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    National Hurricane Center for portions of SC and North Carolina due to Hurricane Florence, according to the agency's 5 p.m. update on September 11, 2018. The storm, which is building up over the Atlantic, is due to make landfall in either North or SC within the next few days, and is expected to be the worst storm to hit the area in 30 years.
  • As Elon Musk’s antics go viral, two high-level Tesla execs just quit

    As Elon Musk’s antics go viral, two high-level Tesla execs just quit

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    After Morton's departure was announced , Tesla's head of HR, Gabrielle Toledano , told Bloomberg that she is not coming back from her leave of absence. trade. Shockingly this was nearly a complete blindside to the board of directors at Tesla and just two weeks after that tweet Musk recanted and did his best to explain why he had claimed he had funding "secured" .
  • Weed, whiskey, Tesla and a flamethrower: Elon Musk meets Joe Rogan

    Weed, whiskey, Tesla and a flamethrower: Elon Musk meets Joe Rogan

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    Marijuana is legal for medical and recreational use in California, where the interview took place. Tesla sank more than 7% in early trading Friday, to $260 per share, after the electric-car maker revealed that its chief accountant, Dave Morton , resigned on September 4.
  • USA charges North Korean in Bangladesh central bank, Sony hacks

    USA charges North Korean in Bangladesh central bank, Sony hacks

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    In 2014, USA officials said unnamed North Korean hackers were responsible for a major cyber intrusion into Sony , which resulted in leaked internal documents and data being destroyed. Park Jin Hyok is said to be linked to the Lazarus Group . Officials state in the complaint that Park was working for a front company named the Korean Expo Joint Venture, which worked on behalf of North Korean intelligence and was charged with generating revenue for the military branch.
  • What We Think Apple Has In Store For the iPhone

    What We Think Apple Has In Store For the iPhone

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    They take everything that's great about the iPhone X and make it even better, with a faster and more efficient processor, better battery life, and an even bigger OLED display on the 6.5-inch iPhone XS model. He says the Apple Watch Series 4's resolution is 384x480 pixels, meaning way more visual real estate than the the 312x390-pixel resolution of the 42mm Apple Watch Series 3.
  • US Department of Justice looks into social media firms over free speech

    US Department of Justice looks into social media firms over free speech

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    Trump last week issued a warning to Google , Facebook and Twitter to "be careful" but stopped short of calling for regulation. At the time, Jones said: "The more I'm persecuted, the stronger I get". "It is definitely a violation and we were slow to act", Dorsey said. "This interference was completely unacceptable". But Mr Joe Barton, a Republican from Texas, told Mr Dorsey: "We wouldn't be having this discussion if there wasn't a general agreement that your company had ...
  • Samsung Galaxy X launch confirmed for this year

    Samsung Galaxy X launch confirmed for this year

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    According to Koh the company is shifting its strategy, and starting this year it plans on releasing new technology on its mid-range Galaxy A handsets rather than the premium phones. It seems that the chaebol wants to take things further, as a new rumor has claimed that Samsung may launch a smartphone with as many as four cameras this year.
  • Huawei’s new Kirin 980 is the world’s first 7nm processor

    Huawei’s new Kirin 980 is the world’s first 7nm processor

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    All the Mate 20 series smartphones are expected to run on Google's latest Android 9.0 Pie operating system out of the box. We've done a piece about why chipset matters and how it works. Just like having a dual-core CPU, the Dual NPU on the Kirin 980 claims to be able to recognize up to 4,600 images per minute, up 120% compared to Kirin 970.
  • First real-life images of the no-notch Pixel 3 leaks online

    First real-life images of the no-notch Pixel 3 leaks online

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    Either way, a Pixel 3 and a Pixel Stand could mean that you won't have to consider a smart display any time soon. Looks apart, the leak courtesy of an anonymous Reddit user also shone some light on the internal build of the device as well.
  • IPhone XS leaked image shows off larger display and gold finish

    IPhone XS leaked image shows off larger display and gold finish

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    It's hard to say what pricing for this model may be around, though it'll no doubt be higher than what the Apple Watch 3 line now offers. This year looks set to be no different with plenty of speculation around a new Apple Watch , AirPods and iPad devices.
  • Over 2 Millions Account Numbers and Addresses Potentially Leaked — Mobile Hacked Again

    Over 2 Millions Account Numbers and Addresses Potentially Leaked — Mobile Hacked Again

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    The cyber-security team found and shut down unauthorized access to certain information on August 20, and reported the matter to authorities, T-Mobile said in a statement t-mo.co/2wrr9Cq on its website. T-Mobile is informing customers of the breach "out an abundance of caution", but isn't viewing this as a major incident. The alert doesn't mention the number of subscribers involved but this is being reported by Motherboard as just shy of 3%, or around 2.26 million accounts.