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Overshadowed by Apple’s recent glut of hardware news, the company’s latest mobile devices now feature NFC technology that allows all iPhone 8, iPhone X and Apple Watch...

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Instagram has introduced a new ability to its live video feature. Users can now use one of the many face filters that were recently introduced while streaming live to their followers. Not only can can...

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Netflix is adding high dynamic range (HDR) support to more mobile devices. A handful of Android handsets are already benefitting from the picture upgrade, including the LG G6, Sony Xperia XZ Premium,...

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Netflix already streams HDR video on the new Apple TV 4K, so it only makes sense for the company to add support for Apple’s HDR-ready iOS devices as well. The latest update for Netflix’s...

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Finally, the big Better Together Minecraft [$ 6.99]update has gone live, and it has brought along a ton of new features. The biggest feature is the new cross-device play that unites Minecraft players...

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 HTC is to suspend trading of its stock on the TWSE tomorrow, ahead of what it says will be the release of “material information” pertaining to its business. Read More Mobile – TechCrunch ...

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The ever-impressive Google Earth saw a sizeable update earlier this year that included new features like guided tours, knowledge cards, and 3D views. Allowing us to see the world from the comfort of our...

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Smartphones have become a critical component for many of the things we do in our lives. There are still plenty of bugs and weird little things that don’t quite work right on our phones, but it’s...

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Apple announced that it would bring your friends' listening habits to Apple Music at WWDC this past summer. iOS users who use the streaming music service will be able to start using the feature...

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It's been a while since we've seen or heard anything about Zone of the Enders. The mech classic was created by Hideo Kojima, best known for the Metal Gear series, for the PS2 in 2001....