Apple Patent Hints At 5G Plans And A Metal Oxide Gas Sensor For The Apple Watch

The Apple Watch currently supports LTE, but given that 5G is expected to be the future of mobile connectivity, we imagine that in the future, Apple will most likely release an Apple Watch that will support 5G, and thanks to a recently discovered patent by Patently Apple, it seems that Apple has actually patented such a device.


Apple Card Is Showing Signs Of Wear Only After One Month

The Apple Card has been released and many Apple customers are already signing up for it. More recently, Apple published a support document on how you should take care of the Apple Card, which seems a bit odd since other credit card companies don’t really see the need to teach you how to care for a credit card.


The ‘Uncharted’ Movie Just Lost Its Fifth Director

It’s really starting to feel like Sony’s Uncharted movie may never happen. Over the years, ever since plans for the movie was announced, it has somehow managed to lose director after director, although earlier this year, it seemed like things would be back on track with Dan Trachtenberrg being attached to the movie.


Disney+ Will Offer Four Simultaneous Streams At 4K At No Additional Costs

Disney+ will be launching towards the end of the year and while it does have the advantage of playing home to some very well-established franchises, there is no doubt that there will be many comparisons made to existing services such as Netflix. However, it seems that one of the ways Disney+ plans on competing would be price.


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Is This Our First Look At The Apple Watch Series 5?

We know that the Apple Watch Series 5 is expected to arrive later this year, but could the first images of the upcoming smartwatch have leaked already? In a post that was shared on Slashleaks, it shows a photo of an Apple Watch bearing the model number A2157, which is apparently the designated model number for the Apple Watch Series 5.


Survey Find That We Are Upgrading Our Smartphones Slower Than Ever

Back in the day, we upgraded our phones pretty much every two years. However, smartphone technology seems to be peaking where the performance jump from each version is getting smaller, not to mention the prices of our phones are also getting out of hand, where phones are now priced $1,000 and above.


Google Photos Now Lets You Search For Text In Photos

Have you ever taken a photo and it contains text and you wanted to search for that text within it? We’re not sure how many of you would have need for such a feature, but the good news is that if you use Google Photos, Google has announced that the service will be gaining a new Lens feature that will allow users to search for text within their photos.


Face ID On The iPhone 11 Will Support Multi-Angles For Easier Unlocking

One of the problems with facial recognition systems like Face ID on the iPhone is that you need to more or less stare directly at the phone for it to be unlocked. It is a security feature because it wants to make sure that it is you unlocking it, not someone holding it to your face, although the downside is that it isn’t as easy to unlock compared to using […]


Apple Gearing Up To Launch 16-inch MacBook Pro Later This Year

Ever since Apple decided to kill off the 17-inch MacBook Pro, the 15-inch model was pretty much the largest model that you could get. However, as some of you might have heard, Apple could be working on a new 16-inch model that could be launching later this year, a rumor which seems to be backed up by a new report from Bloomberg.


Thieves Steal A Locked Tesla In Under 30 Seconds By Tricking Its System

Modern cars these days usually feature a keyless system, where as long as you have the key fob on your person and you’re near your car, the car can be unlocked and started. This is no doubt a more convenient system compared to fumbling for your keys, but in turn, it has created some problems as well.


Android 10 Marks The End Of An Era As Google Ditches The Dessert Names

One of the defining features of Android is Google’s playful take on the naming schemes for the different versions of the software, where with every release, Google chooses to name the update after a dessert in alphabetical order. This year, which is version 10 and is known as Android Q, Google has yet to officially reveal what the update will be called.


Bose Debuts A New Portable Home Speaker System

Recently, there have been reports that Sonos could be working on a new portable speaker system that will allow users to play music through WiFi and Bluetooth. Those speakers have yet to make their debut, but it seems that Bose could have beaten them to the punch as the company has taken the wraps off their aptly named “Portable Home Speaker”.


OtterBox’s New Wireless Charging System Is Rather Ingenious

The problem with the current iteration of wireless charging systems is that they’re not really “wireless”. You would still need to put your smartphone on the charging mat for it to charge, and it stops charging the moment you take it off. While it could be a while before we see “true” wireless charging systems, OtterBox might have an alternative solution.


Harley-Davidson Looking To Explore Electric Bicycles

Earlier this year, renowned motorbike company Harley-Davidson announced their plans to launch the company’s first electric bike. Dubbed the LiveWire, this is the company’s first all-electric motorbike and it does not come cheap at a starting price of $30,000. However, if you’re looking for something cheaper, the company could be more than happy to oblige.


Mortal Kombat 11’s ‘Kombat Pack’ Will Include The Terminator, Spawn, The Joker

The Mortal Kombat franchise is an interesting one. Putting aside all the gory fights, over the years, the developer has managed to snag themselves some pretty sweet deals where they have managed to bring popular comic and movie characters into the Mortal Kombat universe, and Mortal Kombat 11 will be no different.


FCC To Investigate Reports That The iPhone Exceeds Radiofrequency Radiation Limits

In the past, there have studies conducted to find if the radiation given off from our phones are dangerous. So far, the general consensus seems to be that they are safe for human use, but according to a report from The Chicago Tribune has suggested that our phones are actually giving off more radiation than is allowed.


NVIDIA’s GeForce Now Cloud Gaming Comes To Android

The problem with gaming is the hardware, in which depending on the type of computer you have, you might not be able to run certain games. This is why many believe that game streaming could be the way of the future, where all the heavy lifting is done in remote servers and all you need is an internet connection to stream it.


Apple’s 2020 iPhones Could Use Displays Not Made By Samsung

Apple has sourced the display panels used in their iPhones almost exclusively from Samsung. This is because there aren’t that many OLED producers in the world, or rather, there aren’t that many that will be able to meet Apple’s demand and needs for the number of OLED panels to manufacture.


Casio Announces New PRO TREK WSD-F21HR Smartwatch

When you think of Casio, there is a chance that you might think of watches like the G-Shock series of watches that have been designed to be rugged and for outdoor use. If you are in the market for such a watch, then you might be interested to learn that Casio has announced its latest smartwatch, the Casio PRO TREK WSD-F21HR.


You Can Watch Team USA’s Basketball Games on Twitch

Do you enjoy watching basketball? Sure, the games themselves might be pretty exciting, but sometimes a little of the behind-the-scenes can add a whole lot of context to the game and can also increase your viewing experience. If you are in agreement, then you might want to keep an eye on Twitch.


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