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The iPhone X may be very difficult to buy until 2018

If you’re eager to put down $1,000 or more for Apple’s new bezel-less, OLED-equipped iPhone X, you’ll probably want to be awake and ready at the company’s preorder page come October 27th. As tech analyst Ming-Chi Kuo explained in a note with KGI Securities, reported today by...

Apple

The Apple Watch will be throttled to 3G data speeds on T-Mobile’s network

T-Mobile will limit data speeds on the Apple Watch Series 3 to a maximum of 512kbps despite the smartwatch’s support for LTE connectivity, a spokesperson has confirmed to The Verge. As MacRumors noticed earlier today, the throttled speeds are mentioned on the carrier’s website. Apple isn...

Tech

Facebook Launches New Crisis Response Hub to Streamline Help Efforts During Major Disasters

On the back of several major natural disasters, Facebook has created a new Crisis Response hub for all users. This is a drastic upgrade on the former Safety Check feature many people have used over the years in extreme events. Facebook Crisis Response The Crisis Response hub is the evolution of seve...

Tech

5 Things Bixby Voice Can Do (and One Thing It Can’t)

While Samsung’s initial rollout of its virtual assistant left many users underwhelmed, the full launch of Bixby Voice has piqued the interest of consumers once again. The company promises that its artificial intelligence (AI) assistant is a different breed from the others, thanks to contextual...

Tech

10 Mistakes Not to Make as an Arduino Beginner

Arduino boards, and the many affordable microcontrollers that came in their wake, changed hobby electronics forever. What was once the domain of the super geek, armed with extensive knowledge of electronics and computing, is now available to all. The price of the hardware is always dropping, and the...

Tech

Chrome Finally Adding Autoplay Video Blocking; Ability to Mute Entire Sites

What is the most annoying thing on the internet today? I’ll answer for you: autoplaying videos, of almost any kind. That is why Google says it is finally going to do something about it. That’s right! The next version of Google Chrome mobile will limit the ability for sites to autoplay vi...

Tech

All the Ways You Can’t Trust Facebook

Facebook has become a behemoth of social networking. As of June 2017 there were over two billion active users — or a quarter of the world’s total population. From its beginnings as a small project at Harvard College between Mark Zuckerberg and friends, it has grown into one of the world&...

Internet

JP Morgan CEO publicly denounces Bitcoin as 'currency for criminals'

 While the rest of the world is racing to invest in cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum, the boss of America’s largest bank believes that Bitcoin is a scam that is doomed to fail.Jamie Dimon, the CEO of JP Morgan, shared his thoughts on cryptocurrency during a conference in New...

Internet

Chrome will block annoying autoplay videos in 2018

The Chrome web browser is tackling one of the most annoying things about browsing the internet these days: auto playing videos that blast out music and sound, even if you have no interest in the video.Starting from Chrome 64, which is due to be released in January 2018, autoplay media will only be a...

Android

Galaxy Note 8 Review

Before I dive into all things Galaxy Note 8 review, let’s get this out of the way. Last year, with the Galaxy Note 7 recall, things were bad. To this date, I don’t think we’ve seen something quite like it in smartphones, and to happen to such a big player in the game, it was v...


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