Pixel 2 panorama bug still unfixed, workaround available

Pixel 2 panorama bug still unfixed, workaround available

While many still swear by Google’s second-gen Pixels as the smartphones to beat, even their fiercest fans won’t deny how problematic they were at launch. And while the Pixel 2 XL has the lion’s share of complaints, even the smaller Pixel 2 was not without problems. One of those has remained unaddressed in the 8 months the phone has been in the market. Unsurprisingly, a frustrated developer has stepped to offer a workaround, but it’s not as simple as it sounds.

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Microsoft Whiteboard app now available, coming to iOS, web

Microsoft Whiteboard app now available, coming to iOS, web

With its Surface line, Microsoft has stumbled upon an almost niche market of creatives and office workers who love to blend analog input with digital media. Some of those devices, like the Surface Studio, seem squarely aimed at artists and creators while the likes of the Surface Hub cater to work collaborators. Connecting those devices together is the Whiteboard app, now available for all Windows 10 PCs and, soon, on iOS and web browsers.

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Galaxy Note 9 price and color leak: it’s mixed

Galaxy Note 9 price and color leak: it’s mixed

The Galaxy Note 9 reveal is less than a month away but, truth be told, there is almost nothing we don’t know about it at this point. Well, except for one thing: the price. Thanks to some perhaps too helpful sources in Poland, we might have an estimate on that as well. But more than just the price, we’re also being teased with a color combination that leaves us scratching our head as well.

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Apple, suppliers invest in China Clean Energy Fund

Apple, suppliers invest in China Clean Energy Fund

China is home to majority of the world’s manufacturing and assembling plants. It is also the most populated country in the world. These two factors together mean that China’s energy requirements and pollution output is higher than any other country and it’s not a sustainable situation, especially for those invested in China’s products. That’s why Apple and some of its suppliers are creating a fund that will help those suppliers switch over to renewable energy in the long run.

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PlayStation Network social, gaming issues continue to plague gamers

PlayStation Network social, gaming issues continue to plague gamers

PlayStation 4 owners have been complaining about issues with the PSN service most of today (Thursday), primarily about trouble getting into in-game parties and joining voice chats. Sony updated the PSN status page with a warning about Gaming and Social issues earlier today, saying about 4PM EST that it was investigating the issue. No update has been given and the issues persist.

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Apple MacBook Pro 2018: Everything you need to know

Apple MacBook Pro 2018: Everything you need to know

Apple's new 2018 MacBook Pro range is here, and if you've been holding off a Mac upgrade because you wanted more performance, these could well be the notebooks for you. Intel's latest silicon, display technology borrowed from the iPhone X and iPad Pro, and a blast of extra security all help make these the most powerful Apple laptops ever. Read on for what you need to know.

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Fortnite servers go down as Epic probes multiple game issues

Fortnite servers go down as Epic probes multiple game issues

If you've tried to get on Fortnite at any point in the last hour, you've likely been greeted with a huge queue wait time. That's because Epic Games has taken the game servers down temporarily in order to investigate multiple issues some players are experiencing. According to a tweet from the company, it is looking into problems with logging in, matchmaking, and other game services.

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Apple’s Texture digital magazine service slashes Premium rate

Apple’s Texture digital magazine service slashes Premium rate

Back in March, Apple announced plans to acquire digital magazine subscription service Texture, which offers access to more than 200 magazines for a flat monthly fee. That rate has, until now, been $14.99/month. However, customers received an email today alerting them to a new lower price that is now live on the service's website, revealing a big change now that Apple is in control.

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Aston Martin made a 430hp city car and we’re in love

Aston Martin made a 430hp city car and we’re in love

Aston Martin's two-seater Cygnet city car might not be your first port of call for a 430hp racer, but that hasn't stopped the British automaker's engineers crafting a bizarre one-off with the V8 engine of a Vantage. The unexpectedly potent runabout is the handiwork of the Q by Aston Martin commission team, the group within the car-maker that comes up with solutions to customers' trickiest challenges.

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Obesity sans other risk factors doesn’t increase mortality rate: study

Obesity sans other risk factors doesn’t increase mortality rate: study

A newly published study reveals that obesity in the absence of other metabolic risk factors does not, by itself, increase the individual's risk of death. The research comes out of York University's Faculty of Health, which found that obesity in the absence of diabetes, high blood pressure, and similar isn't associated with increased mortality. The findings are based on a study covering more than 54,000 adults who had either obesity by itself or obesity with other metabolic risk factors.

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Fortnite PS4 party issue is keeping players out of Squads

Fortnite PS4 party issue is keeping players out of Squads

Following the Season 5 update for Fortnite, some PlayStation 4 players are reporting issues joining other players' parties, making it impossible to play Duos and Squads. Epic Games has acknowledged these reports, stating earlier today that it is "monitoring" the situation with plans to update gamers when the issue is fixed.

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Apple Back to School deal: free Beats Solo3 and Powerbeats3

Apple Back to School deal: free Beats Solo3 and Powerbeats3

Apple has revealed its latest Back to School promotion, a deal it offers every summer for college students and faculty who are looking for a new laptop or tablet. This year, in addition to its usual student perks, Apple is offering various Beats headphones for free, assuming the customer purchases a new Mac computer or an iPad Pro.

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