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Next Samsung Galaxy S9 will have the same display size and shape as the S8

The Samsung Galaxy S9 is due next year but as early as now, we’re hearing some information about its design. We’re not expecting it will depart from the S8’s aesthetics and we have a feeling it will
Fear Street movies may be released only one month apart

Fear Street movies may be released only one month apart

Netflix and DVR both make it easy to bingewatch television, but what about movies? The only way you can bingewatch a movie series is still to wait (years) for all of the installments to premiere, then

Google’s SafetyNet updated, Magisk no longer working as of now [UPDATED]

Google put in SafetyNet to make sure that Android Pay – and other banking and financial features in Android – remain secure from hacking or malicious attacks. This means that for Android Pay to work,
This company wants to treat brain diseases with gaming

This company wants to treat brain diseases with gaming

Company Highmark Interactive wants to use video games to treat brain injuries, and it has just raised a bunch of cash to help it in that mission. The company has raised $2m in funds as part of a plan

Google’s Pixel 2 rendered and captured in an HD concept video, truly drool-worthy

At the moment, the Samsung Galaxy S8 sits on the throne for “most eye-catching Android smartphone”, with those sexy edges and large screen area. But don’t look now, Google might just give Samsung a

‘Calculator: The Game’ will challenge your basic math computation skills

In the almost a decade of this mobile community, we don’t remember featuring a calculator-themed game. Of course, who would think of playing one, let alone, making one because how can you turn the
This incredible VR system doesn’t require a headset

This incredible VR system doesn’t require a headset

A new type of virtual reality experience doesn’t require users to wear a VR headset. The system was created by researchers in Japan who replaced the headset with a large semi-spherical display, one

Google Allo now lets you “heart” messages in conversations

Google Allo may not be the most popular messaging app around, but it does have its fans. And the past few months have seen a lot of updates and new features, maybe not enough to get as many users as
Lightroom’s ‘Android native’ interface goes live in version 3.0

Lightroom’s ‘Android native’ interface goes live in version 3.0

If you fancy yourself a photographer and want something more powerful than Instagram, there’s a good chance you use Adobe’s mobile version of Lightroom. The app has been steadily improved for mobile
2018 Mercedes-AMG S63 First Drive: Fiercely relaxing

2018 Mercedes-AMG S63 First Drive: Fiercely relaxing

Throbbing red and scented with bespoke perfume, the 2018 Mercedes-AMG S63’s cabin made absolutely clear that, even by Stuttgart’s standards, this is no ordinary luxury sedan. Still, to describe the

Knights Fall is an action puzzle game with RPG elements

One of the strategies game developers use these days for their game to get noticed is mash up genres. This gives users a lot more to think about, and they become a lot more engaged in the game. In
iPhone selfies may look better in the future thanks to this patent

iPhone selfies may look better in the future thanks to this patent

Imagine taking selfies using an iPhone, only to notice one day that your self-portraits are consistently higher quality than they used to be. Perhaps you won’t know why, assuming your skills have

Waze adds Indian dialect Kannada and Polish languages

Waze is still one of the most popular navigation apps for mobile today. The Google-owned mapping service is proud to announce that it is now available in 45 languages. Dutch and Flemish were added
Galaxy S9 display will be the same as the S8, says source

Galaxy S9 display will be the same as the S8, says source

If you love the Galaxy S8’s long, narrow, curved display, some newly surfaced sources bring good news: Samsung plans to use the same type of display with the upcoming Galaxy S9 model. According to the
Photoshopped fakes trick you all the time, researchers report

Photoshopped fakes trick you all the time, researchers report

Photo manipulation tricks human eyes very easily according to a new report. Three researchers from the Department of Psychology at the University of Warwick have done a number of tests to conclude

Google Play Music now displays songs/albums in search results

When you’re searching for a particular song or artist or album on your music streaming service, you probably are not looking for search suggestions since you already know what you want to listen to or
Splatoon 2 reviews seem to agree: You will probably love Switch’s latest game

Splatoon 2 reviews seem to agree: You will probably love Switch’s latest game

We’ve got a few more days until Splatoon 2 releases, but early reviews of Nintendo‘s latest first-party game have started going live today. Splatoon 2, for those who need an introduction, is the
Xbox One backwards compatibility list adds four new games

Xbox One backwards compatibility list adds four new games

The Xbox One‘s backwards compatibility list just got a bit bigger thanks to the addition of four new titles. Those with the latest-generation Xbox console can now play Virtua Fighter 2, Costume Quest

Albion Online is an ambitious new MMORPG launching on Android

MMORPGs on Android are mostly forgettable – this is because the user experience is degraded by the limitations of technology. But Sandbox Interactive is willing to try and use the growing mobile
Fender Monterey and Newport speakers have a classic amp look

Fender Monterey and Newport speakers have a classic amp look

Fender has launched its first ever Bluetooth-streaming speakers, the company has announced, both of them modeled after the company’s classic amp designs. The Fender Monterey and Newport speakers are