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As Vegas shooting news shows, Google and Facebook are failing you

As Vegas shooting news shows, Google and Facebook are failing you

Google and Facebook have faced renewed criticism today, over their promotion of “fake news” in the aftermath of the Las Vegas shooting. In Google’s case, the search giant was found to be including

HMD says Android 8.0 Oreo will roll out for the Nokia phones before 2017 ends

Last month, Nokia confirmed that all of their new Android smartphones will receive Oreo. The Nokia 8 will be the first to get a taste of the cookie as the OS update is almost ready for the device. As
Stardew Valley for Nintendo Switch finally gets a release date

Stardew Valley for Nintendo Switch finally gets a release date

Back when Nintendo first revealed the line up of indie games destined for the Switch, the announcement of Stardew Valley came as something of a surprise to pretty much everyone. One of the most

Update for the HTC Sense Home to bring app drawer function

The HTC Sense has been around since forever. An HTC phone will be a bit different without it. The last update we heard about it was when the HTC Sense Companion AI app was made available for the U
Google Pixel 2 XL leaked (with new Android)

Google Pixel 2 XL leaked (with new Android)

Today the Google Pixel 2 XL appeared in an image that included a bit of new software to boot. This image includes a case, part of the supply-line source that’s often called upon for leaks of this
Made for Google accessory program leaked in time for Pixel 2

Made for Google accessory program leaked in time for Pixel 2

Later this week, Google will take the stage and introduce all of us to the next entries in its Pixel line of devices. According to new rumors today, new hardware might not be the only thing Google

Samsung Galaxy S9 will have two variants, firmware codes sighted

Ah yes, Samsung is scheduled to release the Galaxy S9. Thing is, we don’t know when exactly. We heard it may launch earlier in January 2018 with probably the same display size and shape as the S8 and
DJI adds an internet off-switch for drone privacy

DJI adds an internet off-switch for drone privacy

DJI has rolled out a new option for drone operators, offering privacy-minded pilots a way to take their aircraft completely offline. The update, dubbed the DJI Local Data Mode, was announced back in
GM’s aggressive all-electric roadmap has 2 EVs in next 18 months

GM’s aggressive all-electric roadmap has 2 EVs in next 18 months

Get ready for a whole lot more electric vehicles at General Motors dealerships, with the automaker announcing its ambitious plans for “an all-electric future”. That includes two all-new EVs that will
Samsung making more from iPhone X than their own Galaxy

Samsung making more from iPhone X than their own Galaxy

Apple’s iPhone X is expected to bring Samsung more earnings in its first 20 months on sale than their own Galaxy smartphones. This is according to analyst group Counterpoint, who suggest that Apple

Bose videos show Google Assistant working with QuietComfort 35 II

When Bose announced that their new QuietComfort 35 II headphones comes with Google Assistant support, some probably wondered why you would need a digital voice assistant when you’re just listening to
New Roku streaming line goes head-to-head with Amazon Fire TV

New Roku streaming line goes head-to-head with Amazon Fire TV

Just a few days after Amazon unveiled its new Fire TV, Roku is hitting back by refreshing much of its device lineup. Today Roku is introducing new devices in the Express, Streaming Stick, and Ultra
Samsung’s ADT-powered security system is a SmartThings hub too

Samsung’s ADT-powered security system is a SmartThings hub too

Samsung has teamed up with security firm ADT for a new home alarm system, borrowing the DIY automation cleverness of SmartThings and combining it with professional monitoring. Dubbed the Samsung

Netflix HDR videos now supported on Samsung Galaxy Tab S3

The available Android tablets in the market aren’t that great, to be honest, but among them, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is probably the one that can be considered the best. And if you’re a fan of
Ring Protect promises home security with 24/7 monitoring

Ring Protect promises home security with 24/7 monitoring

It’s clearly the season for home security systems, with Ring launching Ring Protect with the promise of 24/7 monitoring and easy installation. Building on the company’s line-up of cameras and video
PlayStation VR has a new HDR-friendly model

PlayStation VR has a new HDR-friendly model

Sony revealed today that it’s working on a new PlayStation VR model. This news comes almost a year after the first one launched, and with this new model, Sony aims to fix some problem points that were

Magisk now supports Pixel devices, easy root access now available for Pixel users

For people who want to gain root access to their phones, the app called Magisk has been a boon. The app has been able to “hide” root access from Google’s SafetyNet and allows users to have root and
Mercedes, Matternet, and siroop launch drone pilot program for on-demand  same-day delivery

Mercedes, Matternet, and siroop launch drone pilot program for on-demand same-day delivery

Mercedes-Benz Vans have announced that it is working with a drone systems developer called Matternet and Swiss online marketplace Siroop to pilot a new program that will support on-demand delivery of

DisneyNOW app combines all three previous mobile apps into one

Whenever you hear the name ‘Disney’, we’re certain you’re immediately thinking about princesses, fairy tales, and perhaps a portion of your childhood. It’s a bigger brand now and you can see its logo
This is the Sidekick/Hiptop Game Boy that never came to be

This is the Sidekick/Hiptop Game Boy that never came to be

In an alternate universe, Andy Rubin would have become a Nintendo employee and he his claim to fame would be a smartphone that could play Game Boy titles downloaded from an online store. While those