Category Archives: Mobiles

iPhone or iPad replace LTE with 5G E? Here’s why

Here we go again… another generation of cellular technologies and another way to confuse customers in the U.S. In the latest release of iOS 12.2, Apple joined many other Android manufacturers in adding the “5G E” logo for AT&T customers. Similar to the transition to 4G LTE, where AT&T and T-Mobile misled its customers by adding a 4G logo… Read More »

Apple iOS 13 could drop support for iPhone 6s, iPad Air 2: Report

The upcoming iOS 13 might drop support for iPhone handsets older than iPhone 7. iOS 13 will drop support for iPhone handsets older than iPhone 7, according to an Israeli site The Verifier. That means, the new operating system from Apple will not be available on older phones like iPhone 5s, iPhone SE, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, and iPhone 6s… Read More »

Windows 10 Will Let You Run Desktop Apps on VR Headsets

Microsoft is still polishing up Windows 10’s April 2019 Update, also known as 19H1. In the latest development build, you can now launch desktop (Win32) applications in a Mixed Reality headset’s virtual environment. This feature is part of Insider preview build 18329, which Microsoft announced on February 1, 2019. If you have a Windows Mixed Reality headset, you can now launch… Read More »

Windows 7’s Windows Media Player app is about to get worse

As Windows 7 hurtles towards its end of life date (January 14 2020), it looks like Microsoft is beginning to strip features from the ageing operating system, and it has now removed a key feature from Windows 7’s Windows Media Player. According to a support document that Microsoft quietly updated a few days ago, “you may be unable to view… Read More »

After 10 years, Android apps are still worse than their iOS counterparts

You probably have a handful (or more) of apps installed on your phone. Apps are a big part of what makes a smartphone “smart,” and whether for business or pleasure, an app store is what keeps a platform alive. Every person who ever owned a Windows phone knows the sting and that it’s true. Even the best smartphone platform will… Read More »

Chinese Man Who Sold Kidney To Buy iPhone, iPad Now Bedridden

Wang Shangkun had surgery and sold a kidney in the black market to buy Apple products (Representational) SAN FRANCISCO:  A man in China who sold his kidney as a teenager to buy an Apple iPad and iPhone in 2011 is now bedridden with organ failure, according to reports. Wang Shangkun was 17-years-old when he underwent surgery and sold… Read More »

iPhone 11 to get fastest data speeds ever on iPhone, triple camera setup, and more

The iPhone range is slated to get a triple camera setup – dual setup for wide-angle and depth imaging, and a third lens setup for Time of Flight imaging, also known as ToF. iPhone XI leak Image credit: Digit/ OnLeaks Recent iPhone 11 rumours have already suggested that Apple is planning to launch three iPhones this year which… Read More »

Samsung shares an updated timeline for Android Pie update rollout; highlights changes in One UI

Samsung has just revealed a number of changes to its Android Pie update timeline for its devices. The company shared the new timeline as a new notice on its Samsung Members app. Taking a look at the list, we can see some of the devices getting the update earlier than what the company initially promised. The company also highlighted all… Read More »

Top Food Technology Trends You Will See In 2019

Lana Bandoim Contributor Food & Drink I write about food tech and science. Using artificial intelligence on a smartphone with an augmented reality application for recognizing food. Credit: Getty Royalty FreeGetty From ghost restaurants filled with robots to smart ovens that can read recipes, food technology will continue to evolve in 2019. Automation, robotics and artificial intelligence (AI)… Read More »

Stranger Things 3 Release Date Revealed, Coming July 2019

Stranger Things season 3 now has a release date: July 4, 2019. Netflix revealed the date on New Year’s Eve as everyone was celebrating around the world, using footage from the 1985 edition of Dick Clark’s New Year’s Eve broadcast, which slowly turned upside down literally, a reference to the alternate dimension of the same name on Stranger… Read More »