Moto Camera picks up a fresh, clean new interface for spring

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Motorola’s got what looks like a flock of new handsets getting ready to make their debut, and recent evidence has sure pointed to that happening sooner rather than later. But fresh hardware isn’t the only new look the brand’s trying on, as we’ve also got a software update incoming, sprucing up the camera experience on Motorola phones with a redesigned user interface.

Probably the most pronounced change here affects how you choose shooting modes.

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Plex updates Chromecast interface with a fresh look, better slideshows, and more

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It was a big deal some years back when Plex added Chromecast support. Google’s Chromecast platform has only gotten more useful since then, and now Plex’s Chromecast UI is getting an overdue revamp. The new interface looks nicer, but it also comes with functional improvements like better slideshow support and subtitle resizing.

These changes apply when using a device like your phone or PC to cast content to a Chromecast or another Cast-enabled device.

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Play Movies & TV v4.2 switches to bottom nav bar, adds Certified Fresh ratings, and hints at all-new Guide screen [APK Teardown]

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The latest version of Google Play Movies & TV is making the rounds, and this one has quite a bit to discuss. There are several surface-level changes, including a new bottom nav bar, improved support for Rotten Tomatoes, and even some rearrangements to the screens in the app. Digging a bit deeper, we can also see there’s a new Guide screen in development, some degree of support for external content providers, and even a rating system for content.

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New Entry-Level 13.3″ MacBook for 2018 Corroborated in Fresh Report

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A fresh report is corroborating previous rumors about an entry-level MacBook device with a more affordable price tag than previous Apple notebooks. The lower-end 13.3-inch MacBook device could retail for about the same, or slightly higher, than the current MacBook Air, according to new research by DigiTimes. While the price tag will be lower, the […]
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Apple shares fresh photos of new Vienna, Austria retail store ahead of grand opening Saturday

In a press release this morning, Apple revealed fresh images and details about their brand new retail location on Vienna’s Kärntner Straße. We previously reported that the store is set to open this coming Saturday, February 24th. Apple Kärntner Straße marks the company’s first official presence in Austria.

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Leak of Stale iOS Source Code Could Trigger Fresh Problems

Apple lawyers have sent a copyright violation notice to Github, following the publication of leaked iOS 9 source code on the site. Though iOS 9 is a dated version of the company’s mobile operating system, it’s possible that the leaked code could be used to jailbreak older devices or worse. Publication of the code violated Apple’s rights under the DMCA, the attorneys wrote, demanding that the iBoot source code be removed. However, “by design the security of our products doesn’t depend on the secrecy of our source code,” Apple said.
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Fresh report claims not two, but three new iPhone X successors will launch this year

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From 2007 all the way through to the iPhone 5s’ release in 2013, Apple launched one new flagship iPhone each year. New iPhone releases are still quite an ordeal, but back then they were epic affairs that tens of millions of Apple fans around the world would look forward to each year. Then, leading up to 2014’s launch, Apple seemingly saw that the magic was fading a bit, but it had been holding onto the perfect weapon against waning interest: The company would release not one but two new iPhone models with the larger displays users had been clamoring for.

The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus marked the start of a new cycle where Apple would release two new different flagship iPhone models each year. One would be on the smaller side for users who like phones to be manageable with one hand, and the second new iPhone would be a “phablet” with a much larger display. In 2018, it appears as though Apple plans to switch things up yet again with not one, not two, but three brand new flagship iPhone models set to be released this coming September.

Most people who have purchased Apple’s iPhone X seem to love it at this point, but sales are expected to taper off in a big way during the next two quarters. Rather than an issue with demand, some analysts believe the high cost of the iPhone X is responsible for sales that are slowing much sooner than expected. On top of that, some users find the iPhone X’s display too small; despite a diagonal length that is three-tenths of an inch larger than the iPhone 8 Plus’ display, the iPhone X screen is actually smaller overall because of its narrow aspect ratio.

This year, Apple is expected to plug these two possible holes with two additional iPhone X successors beyond a next-generation 5.8-inch OLED iPhone model. According to multiple reports from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the world’s most accurate Apple insider, Apple will also launch two larger iPhones that share the same design and features. One will be a 6.5-inch OLED “iPhone X Plus,” while the second is expected to be a 6.1-inch LCD iPhone model priced below the other two.

On Wednesday, a new report backs up Kuo’s claim that Apple is prepping three different flagship iPhone models that will debut later this year. The Investor this morning relays a Korean-language report from ET News stating that Apple will release three different iPhone X successors in 2018, and all three will have Apple’s new Face ID feature that was first introduced on the iPhone X.

The complex components in Apple’s TrueDepth camera and sensor array that enables Face ID are believed to have been the cause of last year’s delayed release. In order to help ensure this year’s new iPhones aren’t delayed as well, Apple has reportedly secured two additional suppliers for its 3D sensing modules. ET News reports that LG Innotek will remain Apple’s main supplier, but two different Chinese component makers have also been added to Apple’s supply chain.

All three new flagship iPhone models are expected to be released this coming September. A fourth new iPhone may launch earlier in the year as an entry-level replacement for the iPhone SE.

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Blocky Racing is a funky and fresh new kart racer out now on iOS and Android

Blocky Racing has zoomed onto the App Store and Google Play this week, bringing with it plenty of classic kart racing shenanigans that will take you straight back to your childhood. If you’ve found yourself hooked on games like Mario Kart or Crash Team Racing, do yourself a favor and give Blocky Racing a go.

Blocky Racing is a kart racer in its purest form. Collect power ups to unlock weapons like missiles, or shields to give yourself some cover. Stir up as much trouble as possible to scoot yourself across the finish line in first place. Anything goes here, so don’t be afraid to pull out all of the stops. Just be careful—carts can lose blocks when they take damage, and will ultimately fall apart if they lose too many.

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