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5 iPhone 8 bombshells leaked in the past 2 days

5 iPhone 8 bombshells leaked in the past 2 days

Over the past couple of days the next iPhone’s features have been tossed about like a spilled pack of cards, in spectacular fashion. It’s not as if the iPhone 8 hasn’t been leaked before – it’s just

Android launches Nearby Connections 2.0 API, focus on full offline device communications

The Nearby Connections API was designed by Google for Android devices and basically other things that are in physical proximity to the user, provided that it was able to share info and data
GameStop opens on Thanksgiving, because keeping pro-employee policies is hard

GameStop opens on Thanksgiving, because keeping pro-employee policies is hard

As the years go on, it seems that more and more companies are opening earlier in the day on Thanksgiving to get a slice of that Black Friday pie. What began as midnight store openings has evolved into

Moltres now up on Pokemon GO’s Legendary Raids

If you’re still playing Pokemon GO, you probably know that Niantic has now made available some Legendary Pokemon through its new Legendary Raids feature. First available are the three Legendary Birds
Moto G5S Plus release date and pricing outed by Amazon

Moto G5S Plus release date and pricing outed by Amazon

The Moto G5S Plus has suffered a few leaks so far, but none quite as significant as this. Even before the phone has been officially announced, Amazon has outed a lot of details about the device,
2018 Range Rover Velar First Drive: The Midsize SUV to beat

2018 Range Rover Velar First Drive: The Midsize SUV to beat

Velar is an very old name for a very modern Range Rover. Automakers mining their history for neglected nameplates isn’t new, of course, but all the same few spend so long in the cold as Velar did.

Google testing out native ad-blocker in Canary build for Chrome

There are several ad-blocking apps available out there for mobile devices, but you probably wished Google would give you a built-in feature for that. Well reports are saying they will be doing so soon

More LG V30 images leaked, phone cam will be better than the G6

Trust OnLeaks for information that usually turn out to be true. Steve Hemmerstoffer definitely has more reliable sources. Don’t ask who or what those are but we’re just glad we can see “leaks” ahead
More iPhone 8 HomePod hints: tap to wake, split status, no Touch ID

More iPhone 8 HomePod hints: tap to wake, split status, no Touch ID

Since Apple was “kind enough” to itself provide a treasure trove of clues regarding the upcoming iPhones, developer Steve Troughton-Smith has lost no time in digging those hints out and dusting them

Android might include Bluetooth battery level indicators

You may have probably thought about this before–a battery level indicator for Bluetooth devices–but we don’t know why nobody has really made the effort to add such feature. That is, until now that
Windows Subsystem for Linux leaves beta in Fall Creators Update

Windows Subsystem for Linux leaves beta in Fall Creators Update

“Windows Linux”. Two words I would have never thought I’d mention so close to each other, and yet that is the reality that the computing world will face this coming Fall. Microsoft has made it

Motorola says ShatterShield isn’t scratchproof, improvements on the way

The recently unveiled Moto Z2 Force will be available in the US by this August, but of course some already have pre-consumer editions of the device for review in their respective publications. One of
SMB v1 vulnerability won’t be fixed, here’s how to disable it

SMB v1 vulnerability won’t be fixed, here’s how to disable it

Most of the time, when software vendors receive a report of a vulnerability, especially a serious one, they usually move swiftly in order to plug up the hole. There are times, however, when a vendor

Amazon removes BLU phones from lineup, OEM defends security software

Chinese-made smartphones are still being tracked by a secret spyware. This still happens after months of being reported and OEMs sending out fixes. Apparently, the problem comes back with a simple
iPhones stolen from moving truck, just like in the movies

iPhones stolen from moving truck, just like in the movies

Apple picking this isn’t. This is a case of highway robbery, in the literal sense. A Romanian gang was reportedly arrested in the Netherlands for the theft of dozens of iPhones. That fact alone might
On-screen fingerprint sensors are not coming this year

On-screen fingerprint sensors are not coming this year

We just passed the half year mark, but it’s almost all too clear that fingerprint sensors embedded in smartphone displays aren’t going to be a thing in 2017. Even though the flagships for late 2017

Mojang set to bring Minecraft platforms together, beta testing now started on Android

So if you were wondering what Mojang had up its sleeve, it’s all out in the open now – the developer is planning to bring all Minecraft versions on different platforms together under one unified
Android Nearby Connections 2.0 makes proximity actually useful

Android Nearby Connections 2.0 makes proximity actually useful

Proximity-based functionality isn’t exactly new. From beacons to Apple AirDrop, most of the current implementations have been used for simply sharing or, worse, ads. It’s a bit worse on Android where
Moto Z2 Force screen won’t shatter, might scratch

Moto Z2 Force screen won’t shatter, might scratch

Considering most of the time we spend on our smartphones is spent on their screens, it’s no surprise this where most of the attention is lavished upon. From curved edges to bezel-less displays, our

Nokia 3 to be updated to Android 7.1.1 by end of August

If you own a Nokia 3 and wondered if you would still ever receive an upgrade to Android 7.1.1 Nougat, wonder no more. The Chief Product Officer of HMD Global, Juho Sarvikas, confirmed that the update