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Pixel 2 XL rapid charging slows down under low temperature

Pixel 2 XL rapid charging slows down under low temperature

It’s already 2018 and if you thought that the Pixel 2’s and Pixel 2 XL’s odyssey in the land of bugs is over, better think again. Just a few days ago, owners of Google’s embattled 2017 smartphones
Galaxy Tab S4 at MWC 2018 might disappoint

Galaxy Tab S4 at MWC 2018 might disappoint

The Galaxy S9 and S9+ won’t be Samsung’s only new toy that it will show off at MWC next week. Just like last year, it might also be introducing a new premium tablet to its lineup. A listing in
iPhone X production cut has Samsung fretting over OLED sales

iPhone X production cut has Samsung fretting over OLED sales

If there’s one rumor that’s been consistent ever since the iPhone X launched is that sales have been disappointing. Or rather, the Nikkei has consistently been reporting on how Apple is slashing
Nintendo Switch now runs a Linux graphical desktop

Nintendo Switch now runs a Linux graphical desktop

The Nintendo Switch has easily become the darling of gamers and, unsurprisingly, a few modders seeking to push the handheld gaming console to the limits. And, no, were not just talking about homebrew
Researchers develop electronic skin that displays vital health stats

Researchers develop electronic skin that displays vital health stats

The last few years have seen a number of flexible, electronic skin patch concepts for things like administering medicine or monitoring health conditions, but the latest version from researchers at the
Rocket League comes to life with Hot Wheels remote control set

Rocket League comes to life with Hot Wheels remote control set

Rocket League has taken the video game market by storm, and now it’s coming to table tops in the real world thanks to the continuing partnership with Hot Wheels, which has already seen the toy brand’s
Facebook to combat Russian election interference by mailing postcards

Facebook to combat Russian election interference by mailing postcards

As the US continues to uncover the effects of Russian manipulation on its elections, Facebook has found itself desperately trying to fix its platform to eliminate interference and regain trust. Now
Air Jordan-themed Xbox One X is perfect for sneakerhead gamers

Air Jordan-themed Xbox One X is perfect for sneakerhead gamers

Collaborations with premium sneaker brands have become a hot trend in recent years, and it appears the gaming industry is getting in on it. Microsoft has revealed a set of limited edition Xbox One X
Microsoft Cortana now features IFTTT integration

Microsoft Cortana now features IFTTT integration

While Microsoft’s Cortana struggles to keep up with Amazon’s Alexa and Google Assistant in the growing smart assistant market, it’s still making effort to stay relevant. Its latest feature is
Apple’s WWDC 2018 expected to fall on June 4-8

Apple’s WWDC 2018 expected to fall on June 4-8

2018 is now in full-swing, and for those who follow Apple it means it’s time to start looking forward to this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference. It’s a huge event for Apple, where it introduces
Transformers movie universe tipped as next big franchise reboot

Transformers movie universe tipped as next big franchise reboot

You’d be hard pressed to find anyone, critic or fan, who would say the live-action Transformers movies are anything close to “good,” but there’s no denying that the franchise has made Paramount
Amazon-exclusive Essential Phone features Alexa built-in

Amazon-exclusive Essential Phone features Alexa built-in

It’s only been a day since Essential announced three new limited edition color options for its flagship PH-1 phone, but it turns out Andy Rubin’s startup has one more surprise to add to the mix.
Anticipated System Shock remake put on ‘hiatus’ after $1.3M Kickstarter

Anticipated System Shock remake put on ‘hiatus’ after $1.3M Kickstarter

Back in mid-2016, fans of old school PC gaming were excited to learn that a complete remake of the hit System Shock was being made by developer Nightdive Studios. The project went on to successfully
Twitter for Mac officially discontinued: here are alternatives

Twitter for Mac officially discontinued: here are alternatives

Twitter’s Mac software has never been great; it’s 1.5-star rating in the App Store underscores that fact. Rather than putting in the effort to improve it, Twitter has decided to discontinue the
PS Store flash sale brings insane PlayStation game discounts

PS Store flash sale brings insane PlayStation game discounts

Sony has just launched a new PlayStation Network flash sale, giving its console owners the chance to get their favorite game (or four) at big discounts over their regular costs. Some of the discounts
Pixel 2 owners report warm temps, low battery life after update

Pixel 2 owners report warm temps, low battery life after update

Following a recent software update, some Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL owners are reporting issues with warm phones and decreased battery life. Reports are appearing at various online destinations, including
Americans believe they’ll be happy if scientists discover aliens: study

Americans believe they’ll be happy if scientists discover aliens: study

Humanity has spent many years imaging scenarios in which extraterrestrial life is announced or spontaneously shows up on Earth for a visit. Many stories, comic books, and movies present narratives
Google 911 tech could help US EMS find cell phone callers

Google 911 tech could help US EMS find cell phone callers

Cell phones, as great as they are, have made things difficult for the US’s emergency operators. It’s difficult to pinpoint the location of a cell phone caller who isn’t able to give their location, a
Snapchat update isn’t going away, unless…

Snapchat update isn’t going away, unless…

Over the past week, Snapchat’s been the subject of quite a bit of ire from the likes of teens across the planet. There’ve been hashtags, social media campaigns, memes, and even some rather official
Embedding tweets can be copyright infringement rules New York judge

Embedding tweets can be copyright infringement rules New York judge

A ruling recently made by a New York federal court has threatened to upend the way copyright infringement is handled online. A judge ruled that merely embedding a tweet is enough to violate someone’s