Apple Fixes GPS Bug On Old iOS Devices Through An Update

Apple is rolling out a new update for older iPhones and iPads to fix a GPS bug. The update is meant for customers using an iOS device that was launched in 2012 or earlier. Those users should check for an update on their device since Apple is now rolling out a new software update for them.


Uber Testing Subscription That Bundles Rides, Food Delivery, Scooters, And Bikes

Uber does much more now than just enabling you to find a driver to take you to your destination. It does food delivery, bike and scooter rentals, and even helicopter rides. The company is reportedly testing a new monthly subscription which will bundle its most major services into one package. This bundle will include food delivery through Uber Eats, bike and scooter rentals as well as the core service which […]


New York City Could Make It Illegal To Sell Phone Location Data

There’s a solid chance that New York City might become the first city in the United States to ban the sale of geolocation data to third parties. A bill has been introduced today that’s going to make it illegal for mobile app and cellphone companies to sell the location data that’s collected in the city. They would run the risk of hefty fines in the event of a violation.


Fords Shows Electric F-150 Pickup Truck Pulling A Million Pound Train

It was back in 2017 when Ford first announced that it would make an all-electric version of its very popular F-150 pickup truck. Since this is a workhorse and its customers may have apprehensions about the all-electric version’s performance, Ford today offered a tease of its performance by showing that the all-electric version will be capable of pulling a train with more than a million pounds of weight on it.


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Origin Puts An Xbox, PlayStation, Switch, And Gaming PC In One Machine

Origin has made a gaming machine to end all gaming machines. If you’re the kind of gamer who wants to own all of the consoles and a proper gaming PC then this custom creation from Origin PC will appeal to you. It has the PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch, and a proper gaming PC in one case.


$10,000 Apple Watch Edition Sales Reportedly Died Out After Just 2 Weeks

Remember when back in the day when Apple launched the Apple Watch for the first time, and they decided that they wanted to get into the luxury watch business by launching a $10,000 Apple Watch Edition made with 18-karat gold? It turns out that the watch was actually a huge flop in terms of sales.


Latest watchOS Update Fixes Walkie-Talkie Eavesdropping Bug

Earlier this month, Apple announced that they are aware of a vulnerability with the Walkie-Talkie feature of the Apple Watch in which when exploited, would allow others to eavesdrop on your conversations. The company then announced that they would be temporarily disabling the feature until they get a fix out.


Apple’s Car Plans Remain Unclear, But They Are Still On A Hiring Spree

Apple’s plans for their own electric/self-driving is an open secret, although it was earlier this year that it was suggested that the company’s car project could be scrapped. Whether or not they have is unclear as Apple has yet to confirm or deny anything, but it seems that things could be progressing as intended.


iPhone XR Was The Best-Selling iPhone In The US For Q3 2019

Apple’s lower-cost iPhones like the iPhone 5c and the iPhone SE weren’t exactly the best-selling iPhones around. Instead, that honor went to Apple’s higher-end iPhones, but that seems to be shifting with the iPhone XR in which according to the latest data from CIRP, it has been revealed that the iPhone XR was the best-selling iPhone in the US for Q3 2019.


Facebook Messenger Kids Has A Bug That Cancels The Point Of The Whole App

One of the features of Facebook’s Messenger for Kids is that it prevents the user from chatting with unapproved contacts. This means that kids who use the app will only get to chat with people that they know and approved by their parents, thus preventing strangers from getting in touch with your kids.


LG’s Smart TVs To Get HomeKit and AirPlay 2 Support Next Week

If you own an LG smart TV, you might be interested to learn that starting next week, LG has confirmed that they will be rolling out an update to their smart TVs in which they will be receiving both HomeKit and AirPlay 2 support. However, we should point out that not all models will be compatible.


Blizzard Teases New Hero For Overwatch

If you’re still enjoying Overwatch and wouldn’t mind seeing a new hero being added to the roster, you’re in luck because following a series of hints that Blizzard could have something new to announce, the company has officially teased its latest hero to the game in the form of Sigma, a mad scientist type of character.


New VIVE Studios Title Lets You Assemble A Tyrannosaurus Rex In Virtual Reality

We’ve all been to museums at some point in our lives, and usually all the main exhibits are off-limits to visitors, where we can see the exhibits from far, but we can’t really get too close or even touch them. It makes a lot of sense, but at the same time, we’re sure that the experience would be a lot better if we could get up close and personal.


Instagrammers Pose For Photos At Toxic Lake, Gets Sick Afterwards

What would you “for the gram”? It turns out that there are some Instagrammers who are looking for ways to get more “likes” for their photos, even if it means posing in lakes that they later find out are poisonous. That seems to be happening to some Instagrammers who took photos at a lake in Spain called Monte Neme.


Apple Could Pay $1 Billion For Intel’s Modem Business

If you have been following Apple-related news, you might have heard reports of how Apple could be working on developing their own smartphone modems. This is by no means a small undertaking, and as such, Apple definitely needs all the help that they can get, which is why it’s not surprising that they could be eyeing Intel’s modem business.


Nintendo Could Face Lawsuit Over The Joy-Con ‘Drift’ Issues

Recently, there have been reports that there are a growing number of Nintendo Switch owners who are experiencing issues with their Joy-Cons, where it seems to “drift” by itself during a game, which can be rather annoying. Nintendo did not seem to have any official response to the problem, or procedures in place to address the issue, which they could now be in trouble for.


WhatsApp Now Available For KaiOS Feature Phones

Some of you might be aware that KaiOS, a web-based operating system for feature phones, has been heavily invested in by Google. It obviously doesn’t have that many apps and the absence of WhatsApp was felt by many. The cross-platform messaging service is used by billions of people across the globe but it wasn’t available for KaiOS, which meant that people who bought those feature phones couldn’t get it. That […]


Apex Legends Keyboard-Mouse Cheaters On Console Put On Notice

Apex Legends developer Respawn Entertainment has put keyboard-mouse cheaters on console on notice. The developer says that it has methods of finding out players that take advantages of this control scheme and have also pointed out that this isn’t something that they’re happy with.


Microsoft Announces $1 Billion Investment In OpenAI

Microsoft today announced that it’s investing $1 billion in Open AI. The two companies have embarked on a multi-year partnership which will see them working together on artificial intelligence and other technologies on Microsoft’s Azure cloud computing infrastructure. Open AI was initially founded as a nonprofit in 2015 with $1 billion in funding from major Silicon Valley investors like Peter Thiel, Sam Altman, Reid Hoffman, and more.


Netflix Releases First Trailer For The Witcher Series

A couple of weeks after new photos from Netflix’s The Witcher series had emerged, the online video streaming giant has now released the first trailer for this highly anticipated show. The trailer was revealed at the San Diego Comic-Con. Fans were treated to the first proper bit of footage from the title.


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