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Logitech Crayon for iPad releases for everyone next week

Logitech Crayon for iPad releases for everyone next week

Back when Apple revealed its education-focused iPad refresh earlier this year, Logitech announced an interesting accessory to go along with it. Dubbed the Logitech Crayon, the device can best be described as a third-party Apple Pencil that keeps most functionality intact. Though the Logitech Crayon was only available to education customers for a few months, it's getting ready to launch into general availability.

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Brilliant smart home controller release date: Right Now

Brilliant smart home controller release date: Right Now

Back in May of 2017 we first got our hands on Brilliant, a smart home control panel system. Now, here in September of 2018, we've finally reached general availability. With this system, users will be able to control all sorts of smart home products, including by not limited to Samsung's SmartThings, IFTTT, Philips Hue, Nest products, and Sonos speakers.

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Apple September 12 event: What to expect

Apple September 12 event: What to expect

Everything we expect from the Apple event set to take place on September 12th, 2018 is here. We're looking at a whole new set of iPhones, living in that iPhone X notch universe, all with Face ID and no less than a top-notch budget option for the masses. We're rolling in on a new Apple Watch and a new iPad Pro at some point soon, too, but those might not come quite as soon as this event.

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Fortnite High Stakes: release time, leaks, all the other info

Fortnite High Stakes: release time, leaks, all the other info

Within hours of this release, Fortnite: High Stakes will be released into the wild, with a Wild Card. Someone cut the brakes - it was Charlie. Why? Because he's the wild card. While I can't fully comprehend why this event does not include a wild stallion t-shirt for a new skin, I do happen to have a few details to share. We're just a few hours away from the launch of Fortnite: High Stakes!

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Fortnite plus iPhone XS, a release date in heaven

Fortnite plus iPhone XS, a release date in heaven

Imagine the mad rush to the lower-cost iPhone (of the several coming this year) if Epic Games's Fortnite was involved. Take, for example, the way Samsung released their Samsung Galaxy Note 9. With Epic Games onboard, Samsung was able to promote a near-$1k smartphone (and a new tablet) with a mere set of in-game rewards. All they had to take the time to do was design and release a new Fortnite skin.

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Apple’s privacy drive gives iOS devs an ultimatum

Apple’s privacy drive gives iOS devs an ultimatum

Apple announced today that some big changes are on the way to the App Store. Beginning in October, every single app that's hosted on the App Store will need to have a privacy policy to go along with it. With the privacy debate that has come to the forefront in 2018 - thanks to things like GDPR in Europe and Facebook's Cambridge Analytica scandal - the fact that Apple will require all apps to have a privacy policy is definitely a welcome change.

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The iOS 12 beta update glitch is fixed

The iOS 12 beta update glitch is fixed

Apple has pushed out a new iOS 12 Beta, fixing the frustrating bug that pestered early users with notifications for a non-existent update. Reports of the glitch began circulating yesterday, with iPhone owners on Apple's beta track finding that their device would repeatedly notify them that a new version was available, only for iOS to then say that no update was actually to be found.

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iOS 12 beta bug badgers testers to install a non-existent update

iOS 12 beta bug badgers testers to install a non-existent update

The iOS 12 launch is less than two weeks away. Naturally, everyone is on a rush to prepare for the big event and fans are excited to finally have their chance to get the latest mobile platform on their devices. No one, however, is probably more excited than iOS itself. iOS 12 beta testers are reporting that the system is repeatedly telling them to update their beta version to a new iOS version. Except, as mentioned, iOS 12 is still two weeks away.

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Nintendo’s Dragalia Lost reveals action RPG gameplay for the first time

Nintendo’s Dragalia Lost reveals action RPG gameplay for the first time

So far, Nintendo's attempts to break into mobile gaming have been centered around the company's existing franchises. Dragalia Lost, which was announced earlier this year, breaks that trend, as it'll be the first new IP Nintendo has created for mobile devices. Late last night, Nintendo detailed Dragalia Lost in a Direct presentation that was entirely dedicated to the game, and it seems to draw inspiration from a number of different titles.

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Nintendo’s Dragalia Lost mobile game gets a release date and its own Direct

Nintendo’s Dragalia Lost mobile game gets a release date and its own Direct

Nintendo has been focusing on the Switch a lot lately, so much so that you'd be forgiven if you forgot about the company's ongoing mobile strategy. Nintendo has already brought a number of its established franchises to mobile - Pokemon, Super Mario, Fire Emblem, and Animal Crossing, to be precise - but earlier this year, it announced its first original mobile game: Dragalia Lost. Today, Nintendo announced when Dragalia Lost will launch, and the game's release is coming up quickly.

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Apple offers two months of free iCloud storage to US customers

Apple offers two months of free iCloud storage to US customers

Apple doesn't really offer any free trials for its iCloud services, but it seems a rare promotion is being offered ahead of this year's new iPhone models. New and existing iPhone users can get two months of iCloud's 200GB of storage for free, which is a hefty amount of space but not for very much time. The promotion is only available in the US, unfortunately, as it requires users subscribe to one of the four big carriers (Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint).

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New iPad Pro case leak hints at vertical Smart Connector location

New iPad Pro case leak hints at vertical Smart Connector location

The fall season is quickly approaching, which means new devices in Apple's iPhone and iPad product lines. In the case of the upcoming iPad Pro model, the new tablet is widely expected to see smaller dimensions paired with slightly larger displays, as well as the addition of a TrueDepth camera system for Face ID. A report from late July detailing these changes also suggested that Apple would be relocating the iPad Pro's Smart Connector, and now there's evidence of a new case that backs up this change.

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