Monday, November 19, 2018

Tag: tech

Apple finally reveals what all the weather symbols on your iPhone mean

Sure, a snowflake icon means some snow's a-comin', and a little cloud symbol means it's going to be cloudy... but do you really know...

People aren’t thrilled with Samsung’s new Galaxy S9 phone shades

Samsung launched their latest smartphones, the Galaxy S9 and S9+, and it appears as though people aren't too keen on the shades you can choose...

The “View Image” button on Google image searches is going away

It looks like Google's beloved "View Image" button—the one that comes in so handy during image searches—is going away forever, due in part to...

Google’s new “Reply” system could text your friends back for you

Google's experimental product lab is reportedly testing a new system called "Reply" that will auto-reply to your messages—and it's Black Mirror-esque, for sure. Read more: A guy stole...

You can now hire someone to attend concerts for you—we’re confused too

You can now hire a person to attend a concert, or any other event, in your place—not that it makes sense. Read more: Staying in (and...

Apple to introduce new iPhone X, according to analyst

Apple will reportedly introduce three new iPhone X models this year, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities. The news follows last week's...

Will the iPhone X be discontinued in 2018?

Apple's iPhone X was just released in November, but now, certain technology analysts are predicting that the latest iPhone model's lifespan may not extend...

France doesn’t like the word “smartphone,” gives mobile devices a new name

France is bidding adieu to the word "smartphone"—the country will be using its own terminology to refer to the ubiquitous mobile devices henceforth. Why?...

Facebook is making a massive overhaul to its News Feed

Facebook has just announced some massive changes to its News Feed, and it's going to affect what you'll be seeing—especially from your friends. Read more: Facebook...

All Apple devices are affected by this security flaw—here’s what you can do

This week, word of massive security issues affecting nearly every modern, Intel-powered device made for some shocking news for smartphone and computer users—basically, all...

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