Possibly the last Intel x86-powered phone was displayed at MWC

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Intel may have announced the end of its ultra-low-power Atoms almost two years ago, but the death of the platform wasn’t instantaneous, it took some time. While it was sad to see another mobile SoC competitor drop out of the race, at the same time it seemed inevitable given Intel’s x86-based approach.

However, Intel’s mobile death-throes continue to be dragged out due to contractual obligations, and a couple new chipsets have been released based on the Intel’s x86 designs.

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New Apple headphone project possibly hampered by multiple re-designs, coming no earlier than holiday 2018

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Another report claims that high-end over-the-ear headphones are expected from Apple — not Beats — before the end of 2018, but the data escaping Apple’s manufacturing chain remains nebulous and ill-defined.
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Possibly canceled LG G7 leaks in full, with hands-on images and specs

LG has revamped its smartphone strategy this year, vowing not to release new devices just to respond to competitors. Thus, the much anticipated G7 has apparently been canceled or rebuilt from scratch, according to past rumors. That, however, hasn’t stopped it from leaking in full at MWC today. The images you can see below have been outed by Israeli publication Ynetnews, which also has a hands-on video up – hit the Source linked below to watch it. LG G7 (Neo) The G7 was codenamed Neo, and it features what’s probably going to be 2018’s top trend in the Android world: a screen…

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YouTube Music v2.21 prepares to add streaming audio quality settings for Wi-Fi and Cellular, possibly first step toward absorbing Play Music [APK Teardown]

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It’s no mystery that YouTube will be absorbing Google Play Music – that much we’ve known since July – but seven months later and we still don’t really know any details outside of some rumors about a rebranding to YouTube Remix. The latest update to the YouTube Music app might shed a little bit of light on what we can expect regarding the apps we’ll actually be using.

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Spotify is building its own speaker, possibly a smart one

Spotify is a music streaming service, but it’s looking to get into hardware, a new job listing reveals. Specifically, the company wants to build “connected hardware” and is looking for someone to manage supply, distribution and other logistics. “Above all, your work will impact the way the world experiences music,” says the job listing. At the very least, this means a Wi-Fi enabled speaker that can stream music directly from Spotify. But those are hardly new, many wireless speakers and soundbars can do that already. Spotify could try to compete with the established players on audio…

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WWDC 2018 Dates Possibly June 4-8 at San Jose Convention Center

Apple has yet to announce dates for the 2018 edition of its annual Worldwide Developers Conference, but there’s evidence to suggest the event may take place between Monday, June 4 and Friday, June 8 at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California, the same venue where WWDC 2017 was hosted.


First, we’ve heard from a reliable source who says WWDC will in fact return to the McEnery Convention Center for the second consecutive year, after having been hosted at the Moscone Center in San Francisco between 2003 and 2016.

Next, we’ve discovered that the McEnery Convention Center is already booked with other events during the second, third, and fourth weeks of this June, leaving the first full week of the month as the only available window for WWDC 2018, barring the rare possibility that Apple shares the space with other events simultaneously.


June 4-8: WWDC 2018 (?)
June 11-14: O’Reilly Velocity Conference
June 17-21: DataWorks Summit and Hadoop Summit
June 26-28: Sensors Expo & Conference

WWDC has been a June affair since the 2000s, and it generally falls within the first half of the month, so June 4-9 is a very real possibility. We haven’t confirmed the dates with Apple, however, so it might be a good idea to wait for the company to officially announce WWDC 2018 details before booking accommodations.

Apple revealed the dates for WWDC 2017 with a press release exactly one year ago today, which was a lot earlier than usual, likely because of the change in venue. Last year excluded, the announcement has generally been in April.

WWDC is where Apple unveils the latest versions of its software platforms, which should include iOS 12, macOS 10.14, and new versions of tvOS and watchOS this year. The opening keynote has sometimes included other big hardware and services announcements, such as iCloud in 2011, the first MacBook Pro with a Retina display in 2012, the current Mac Pro in 2013, and new iPad Pros in 2017.

WWDC 2017 hosted around 5,000 developers and 1,000 engineers. Given the San Jose Convention Center’s closer proximity to Apple’s headquarters in nearby Cupertino, more Apple engineers are able to attend since they don’t need to take an entire day or week off of work to commute to San Francisco.

Tickets will likely cost around $1,599 and be distributed randomly through a lottery. Those interested in attending should make sure they are enrolled in the Apple Developer Program prior to Apple’s official WWDC 2018 announcement to ensure eligibility, as this has been a requirement in years past.

Apple simply doesn’t have enough room for everyone to attend WWDC, but it will likely provide a live stream of the opening keynote and share videos of developer sessions on its WWDC website, and through the WWDC app for iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV. MacRumors will also provide coverage of the event.

In addition to WWDC, a variety of other developer events should take place throughout the same week in San Jose, such as AltConf and Layers.

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Sony possibly making last-minute changes to upcoming flagship

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Sony has maintained mostly the same design on its smartphones for years – a blocky shape, usually with a side fingerprint sensor and large bezels. While there are plenty of people content with that aesthetic (they are very vocal in our comments), there’s no denying Sony’s lineup is starting to look a bit dated, with 18:9 screens and small bezels becoming more common.

Sony is widely expected to announce its next flagship device at the Mobile World Congress, which happens later this month in Spain.

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Rear-facing 3D sensing technology possibly slated for fall 2019 iPhone, allowing Apple to press AR advantage

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With the iPhone X just three months out of the gate, and discussions about the 2018 iPhone refresh starting, eyes are starting to look at 2019, with new supply chain discussion by an investment analyst firm suggesting that Apple is now working on a world-facing 3D sensor to assert dominance in augmented reality.
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[Update: Possibly coming to Android on Feb. 9th] Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition is available for pre-registration right now

Well, we already knew that Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition was going to release by the end of this year, though it is looking like the release will be sooner rather than later thanks to the game’s fresh availability for pre-registration on the Play Store. So not only can you sign up to receive a notification once this title is officially available, there is an all-new trailer to accompany this pre-registration that reveals some new scenes of gameplay.

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