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Why is this weird iPhone 13 M1 concept so compelling?

Why is this weird iPhone 13 M1 concept so compelling?

There's an iPhone 13 M1 concept phone making the rounds this week with a design that's quite odd. The design sits on the edge of a nightmare, pushing the top of the phone up on one half, while the other stays down, making room for a set of front-facing cameras and/or sensors. If this concept were done with less finesse, it would be pretty easy to dismiss. But for some reason, it looks amazing.

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Pokemon GO Eevee evolution names and tricks: Updated for Sylveon!

Pokemon GO Eevee evolution names and tricks: Updated for Sylveon!

The latest version of Pokemon GO with an update from Niantic showed how Sylveon will finally appear as an evolution of Eevee. This is the latest of 8 possible evolutions of Eevee, including Flareon, Jolten, Vaporeon, Umbreon, Espeon, Glaceon, and Leafeon - and now Sylveon. One path to evolution requires that you name the Pokemon a special name - the other requires that you keep an Eevee as a buddy!

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iPhone Podcasts app fix in the mix with iOS 14.6 Beta

iPhone Podcasts app fix in the mix with iOS 14.6 Beta

If you're looking for a fix for your recently mixed-up Podcasts app on your iPhone, you're in luck. In the third Beta release for the software iOS 14.6, a set of features were modified for the Podcasts app. This update adds an option to "remove downloads" and brings the "Mark All As Played" option back to the app.

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iPhone 13 leaks: Pick your color

iPhone 13 leaks: Pick your color

Today we're looking at the near-future color possibilities with the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, and iPhone 13 Pro. Colors are expected to expand beyond what's offered with the iPhone 12 family, adding orange, yellow, and pink to the mix. Can you imagine a pink iPhone that's not just the sort called Rose Gold?

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PS Remote Play iOS app now supports PS5 DualSense controller

PS Remote Play iOS app now supports PS5 DualSense controller

Although game streaming is slowly catching on these days thanks to Google Stadia and Microsoft Xbox Game Pass, Sony has actually been offering something similar more than a decade ago. Remote Play, of course, just streams the game locally from a PlayStation console already present at home but it still offers some measure of convenience for those who don't want to always be in the living room. Sony is now expanding that platform by just a bit, finally bringing support for the PS5 DualSense controller in the Remote Play app, at least under some circumstances.

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Spotify update changes the way you’ll share podcasts

Spotify update changes the way you’ll share podcasts

Spotify is getting a new update today that serves up some intriguing features for those who use the platform to listen to podcasts or create Canvas videos to share on social media. You'll now be able to share timestamped podcasts, which allows your friends to begin listening precisely when you want them to. Spotify is also expanding the platforms supported by Canvas, spreading beyond just Instagram.

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Lamborghini Essenza SCV12 debuts in Asphalt 9: Legends on May 13

Lamborghini Essenza SCV12 debuts in Asphalt 9: Legends on May 13

The Lamborghini Essenza SCV12 is a jaw-dropping, track-only hypercar equipped with the most potent naturally aspirated V12 engine in Lamborghini’s history. Lamborghini is only making 40 units of the Essenza SCV12, making it a rarer sight than a bald eagle in the wild.

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Epic Games vs. Apple trial is unearthing more than intended

Epic Games vs. Apple trial is unearthing more than intended

The Epic Games vs. Apple bench trial, one of the most high-profile court cases in recent memory kicked off on Monday this week and it is destined to have some ramifications for the tech and gaming industry as a whole. This antitrust lawsuit filed by Epic Games against Apple intends to free the tight control of Apple over its App Store, which is allegedly categorized as an unfair monopoly.

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Post-apocalyptic city builder game Frostpunk is coming to iOS and Android

Post-apocalyptic city builder game Frostpunk is coming to iOS and Android

Frostpunk developer 11 Bit Studios today announced that the game will soon be coming to iOS and Android. Details on the mobile ports of Frostpunk are still fairly slim, but we know that 11 Bit Studios won't be handling the development of the iOS and Android versions. Instead, 11 Bit has recruited NetEase, a Chinese developer that has partnered with a number of big developers and publishers in the past.

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Xbox live outage hits store, digital games, cloud gaming, downloads

Xbox live outage hits store, digital games, cloud gaming, downloads

In the afternoon of May 6, 2021, Microsoft had a few issues in play with Xbox games. They showed a "major outage" occurring in their "store & subscriptions" section of Xbox Status readouts, as well as "limited" issues with games & gaming as well as Cloud Gaming. Launching games will be limited until this is fixed, and you won't likely be able to purchase new games until Microsoft figures out what their deal is.

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Apple probably didn’t want you to see this AirTag debug menu

Apple probably didn’t want you to see this AirTag debug menu

Apple's AirTags may be designed to make hunting things easier, but there's a secret debug menu in the Find My app which unlocks extra details about the location trackers. Launched last month, each AirTag has both Bluetooth and Ultra Wideband to pinpoint it not only in terms of distance from your iPhone, but the direction in which it's located.

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Study finds K-12 apps are sharing the personal info of children with advertisers

Study finds K-12 apps are sharing the personal info of children with advertisers

One of the biggest challenges for students, parents, and teachers during the coronavirus pandemic has been learning using remote processes. During the pandemic, schools worldwide have been forced to rely heavily on technology, including tablets and various apps for education. Recently, a study was published by a nonprofit organization called Me2ba Alliance that found many apps are sharing the personal data of children with advertisers and other third parties.

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