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DJI Osmo Mobile 3 gimbal makes iPhone camera magic (Android too)

DJI Osmo Mobile 3 gimbal makes iPhone camera magic (Android too)

There's a new gimbal from DJI in the universe, and it goes by the name Osmo Mobile 3. This piece of hardware is made to turn your smartphone into a professional movie-capture beast, working with more than just the standard gimbal stabilization features. This gimbal has gesture control, ActiveTrack 3.0, and the ability to "Quick Roll" between modes with extreme smoothness.

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Updated Eevee evolution guide for Pokemon GO: How to get Leafeon, Glaceon, and the rest

Updated Eevee evolution guide for Pokemon GO: How to get Leafeon, Glaceon, and the rest

Today we're taking a peek at how to get evolved versions of Eevee in Pokemon GO. That includes how to evolve into Leafeon, Glaceon, Vaporeon, Jolteon, Flareon, Espeon, Umbreon, and whatever other Eevolutions come next - or MOST of those things, at least. Until further evolutions of Eevee come to Pokemon GO, the ones we've listed so far are the one's we've got - we've got em all!

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Samsung extends Euro smartphone lead as iPhone share shrinks

Samsung extends Euro smartphone lead as iPhone share shrinks

The smartphone wars rage ever on, and today, we're getting a better idea of who's on top when it comes to European markets. Analytic firm Canalys has reported on the state of the European phone market at the end of Q2 2019, with Samsung emerging as the quarter's clear winner. Xiaomi was another company who enjoyed a surge in sales over the quarter, at the expense of other companies like Apple and Huawei.

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Minecraft Super Duper Graphics Pack fans just got 4K burned

Minecraft Super Duper Graphics Pack fans just got 4K burned

It would seem that the future of the Minecraft Super Duper Graphics Pack is no more! According to the folks at Minecraft - the official crew - there's only one more "final update" on the Super Duper pack. That update is that the future is dead, and the Super Duper Graphics Pack originally announced back at E3 2017 will no longer be developed. Not in-studio, anyway.

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iPad Pros could outdo Samsung with triple camera setup

iPad Pros could outdo Samsung with triple camera setup

Samsung may have kicked off a new tablet trend but Apple will be the one to take it to the next level. The Galaxy Tab S6 launched with what could be the first dual camera system on a tablet but Apple's new iPads could steal the attention away in two months. Not only will the regular iPads gain two cameras on their backs, according to sources the iPad iPad Pros will actually have three sensors. Whether that makes sense or not will largely depend on how Apple will spin the rumored feature.

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Apple Contacts app leave iPhones and iPads vulnerable to hacking

Apple Contacts app leave iPhones and iPads vulnerable to hacking

Apple runs a very tight ship and, like it or not, iOS is considered one of the most secure platforms in the mainstream consumer market. That's not to say it has no security holes and some that get through the cracks have been around for years. One such hole would let an attacker "search" for something in the Contacts app to execute arbitrary code and researchers are pointing to Apple's oversight as the reason this bug has existed for four years.

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Telegram Slow Messages feature hits slo-mo on Chatty Christopher

Telegram Slow Messages feature hits slo-mo on Chatty Christopher

A new set of features heads to Telegram today with intent on changing the way you chat with friends and colleagues. Perhaps the most colorful of these is a new accent selection option for Night Mode on iOS. You probably don't even need to have the latest version of iOS to get this Night Mode accent action - but why wait?

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Google Maps magical Live View opens to iOS this week

Google Maps magical Live View opens to iOS this week

This week the folks at Google responsible for the newest magical features in Google Maps expand availability of Live View. This is an augmented reality feature that, until now, was only available for testing by Google insiders, Local Guides, and the Pixel community. Now they're pushing the feature to Android and iOS devices that support ARCore and ARKit.

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Google Maps just added your favorite lost Trips features

Google Maps just added your favorite lost Trips features

From the ashes of Google Trips rises a set of new features for Google Maps, it would appear. Of course, we knew that these features were on the way, as Google said that it would implement much of Trips' functionality in Maps and Search when it decided to sunset the app. Essentially, then, it seems that the decision to shut down Trips was made in part to consolidate functionality among Google's lineup of apps.

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Apple MFI Certified iPhone car charger from Satechi delivers 72W USB-C action

Apple MFI Certified iPhone car charger from Satechi delivers 72W USB-C action

I don't often write about car chargers for smartphones, largely because the technology just... doesn't change all that often. Since the last time I wrote about a car charger, a significant amount's changed - enough that it makes sense to point out a product from a brand that I've come to trust over the past half-decade via their Apple MFI Certifications, top-notch industrial design, and long-lasting materials.

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Pokemon GO iSpoofer warning: Niantic’s following you

Pokemon GO iSpoofer warning: Niantic’s following you

Pokemon GO hackers and spoofers on iPhone and iPad may want to think twice about using iSpoofer and similar systems this weekend. Niantic's begun taking a closer look at that specific system for GPS fixing in Pokemon GO and will likely expand on bans on Pokemon GO gamers that've cheated with similar systems. This information has not yet been made public by Niantic - and won't likely be made public any time soon - thanks to Niantic's in-place user agreement for the game Pokemon GO. That agreement to which every Pokemon GO player agrees upon signing up for and playing the game - that's the one!

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iPad shipments remain strong but Android tablets can still recover

iPad shipments remain strong but Android tablets can still recover

Tablets are dead. That has been the mantra that many in the tech world have been chanting for the past years, along with "PCs are dead". Looking at the general statistics for the entire tablet market, that does seem to be the case. But IDC tablet shipment numbers for the second quarter of the year reveals a peculiarity of the market. Despite the slow and steady decline, Apple's iPads remain strong and have, in fact, grown year over year. There is still a tablet market that's just waiting for a renaissance and Google, Samsung, and friends are in a position to take advantage of the path that Apple forged in advance.

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