Apple’s slate of original TV shows will reportedly rollout as early as next March

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It’s long been known that Apple is aggressively eyeing Hollywood and original content, but now a New York Times report sheds more light on the company’s vigorous push into series programming.

According to the report, entertainment executives who met with Apple told the NYT that the company’s new programming has a planned rollout of sometime between March 2019 and summer 2019. Apple currently has a 40-person team working on Apple Worldwide Video where it creates original content, and is building a 128,000-square foot headquarters for its entertainment division in Culver City, California. Apple plans to expand its portfolio of shows and is opening divisions for adult dramas, children’s shows, and programming for Latin America and Europe.

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Toyota Continues CarPlay Rollout With 2019 Corolla Hatchback

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Toyota today announced that CarPlay will be a standard feature in the all-new 2019 Corolla Hatchback in the United States.


CarPlay and Amazon Alexa, but not Android Auto, are built into the vehicle’s Entune 3.0 system with an eight-inch touchscreen, Siri Eyes Free, AUX, a USB 2.0 port, and hands-free phone calls and music playback via Bluetooth. A tray with optional Qi-based wireless charging is built in to hold the iPhone.

Toyota is debuting the 2019 Corolla Hatchback at the New York International Auto Show next week. The vehicle will be available at dealerships across the United States in summer 2018. Pricing and exact availability has not been disclosed.


Toyota was one of the last major automakers that didn’t support CarPlay. That changed in January, when the company introduced the 2019 Avalon as its first vehicle compatible with Apple’s in-car software platform, which provides convenient access to Phone, Maps, Messages, Music, Podcasts, and select third-party apps.

Toyota has yet to reveal any other CarPlay vehicles, but if the 2019 Corolla Hatchback is compatible, then the 2019 Corolla sedan likely will be too. The 2019 Camry and 2019 Sienna will also likely feature CarPlay given the 2018 models of those vehicles are already equipped with the Entune 3.0 system.

Lexus vehicles with the Enform 2.0 system will also support CarPlay. Unfortunately, a spokesperson for Toyota told MacRumors that it doesn’t have any plans to support CarPlay in pre-2019 vehicles or other countries at this time.

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Mobile strategy First Hero begins soft-launch rollout

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South Korean publisher Webzen has soft-launched its latest mobile strategy game, First Hero, in Canada, Latin America, and the Philippines.

Webzen’s latest offering tasks players with recruiting an army of “epic heroes from all over the world” to pit them against rival clans in large-scale battles. Take a look at its teaser trailer below.

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Line-Drawing Physics Puzzler ‘Polar Rollout’ Coming April 18th, Up for Pre-Order Now

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There was a time in the App Store when you couldn’t avoid seeing a physics puzzler at every turn, which is fine and all, but once a genre gets overly-saturated like that it’s hard to get excited for each new release. Well like many of the most overdone genres on mobile, there also comes a point where enough time has passed and you’re actually in a mood for one of those games again. That’s how I felt when I saw the trailer for Polar Rollout from developer Blue Evolution. Your job here is to draw a path using the touchscreen that your character can roll along destroying any enemies in its path and making it to the goal. Here’s a trailer.

Polar Rollout will include 120 levels across 6 different worlds and will come with multiple playable characters to unlock and a host of unique special abilities. It looks cute and well-designed, and like I said before I’m actually in the mood for a new physics puzzler at this point in my mobile gaming life. If you feel the same then you can actually pre-order Polar Rollout ahead of its planned April 18th release date. Just click this link on an iOS 11 device and be magically whisked away to the App Store where you can pre-order and then the game will similarly magically automatically download to your device when it arrives. For more you can drop by the forum thread which has been chugging along for more than two years as the game has been in development.

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Sprint announces its first six Massive MIMO 5G markets, rollout starting in April

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As MWC begins to wind down, one of the key talking points has been 5G (much like CES). For us in the United States, the competition and race between the carriers will feel a little familiar. AT&T and T-Mobile have already announced their 5G plans, and Sprint is getting in on the action, too.

Starting in April, the yellow carrier will have 5G towers available in Chicago, Dallas, and Los Angeles.

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T-Mobile reveals its 5G rollout plans

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Samsung Galaxy S8 Android 8.0 Oreo update rollout starts back up

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A little more than a week after Samsung halted its Android 8.0 Oreo update for the Galaxy S8, the rollout has resumed.

The Galaxy S8’s new update is version G950FXXU1CRB7, while the Galaxy S8+ is getting G955XXU1CRB7. This means that this is an entirely new update than the one that rolled out previously.

This new update is currently rolling out in Germany to both GS8 owners who didn’t get the previous Oreo update as well as those who did. There’s no word yet on when it might begin appearing in other countries around the world, but now that the rollout has resumed, hopefully we’ll see the Galaxy S8’s Oreo update hit more phones soon.

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Apple Pay Cash Seems To Have Begun Its International Rollout

Apple Pay Cash, Apple’s alternative to PayPal, which allows users to send and receive money among themselves using Apple Pay, appears to be rolling out in a host of new countries today.

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[Update x2: Rollout resumed] Samsung halts Android 8.0 Oreo rollout to Galaxy S8 and S8+

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Just last week, Samsung began rolling out Android 8.0 Oreo to the Galaxy S8 and S8+ after a roughly three-month beta phase.

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Samsung halts Android Oreo rollout on Galaxy S8 due to ‘unexpected’ restarts

Samsung started rolling out Android Oreo for the Galaxy S8 at the beginning of the week, but then just hours later, it seemed to have stopped. Now Samsung is revealing why: it was causing some phones to randomly reboot, according to a statement given to SamMobile. Samsung says it hopes to roll out a fixed version of the update “as quickly as possible.”

SamMobile first reported that the update had been pulled on Monday, saying that it heard Samsung was already at work on a new version of the update. At the time, though, it wasn’t clear what had gone wrong. Samsung now says the problem affects both the S8 and S8 Plus in “a limited number of cases,” but clearly it was enough to halt the software’s rollout.

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