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RuneScape for iPhone and Android: Launch time

RuneScape for iPhone and Android: Launch time

The oldest of old school MMORPG gaming was brought to mobile platforms today, in "Old School RunScape Mobile." This is the newest version of the game RuneScape, but it's the oldest version of the game as well. Because this game was made such a long time ago, the requirements for its operation were well below what we, today, have for processing power on our everyday average smartphone and/or tablet.

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iOS 12.1 update arrives today with Group FaceTime

iOS 12.1 update arrives today with Group FaceTime

Apple is known for ending its reveal events by announcing "one more thing," and today, that thing was actually iOS 12. Though it perhaps isn't exciting as a surprise device, Tim Cook did confirmed that iOS 12.1 is shipping out to its mobile devices today. Along with it comes a new feature that's been teased since iOS 12 was first revealed: Group Facetime.

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iOS 12.1 release gets Group FaceTime, camera updates plus dual-SIM support

iOS 12.1 release gets Group FaceTime, camera updates plus dual-SIM support

Apple may have a huge iPad Pro and MacBook event tomorrow, but it's getting iOS 12.1 out of the way a day earlier, with Group FaceTime and more. The update comes hot on the heels of the iPhone XR release - and the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max before it - with new camera features for Portrait mode, among other things.

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iPhone XR gets Portrait mode for pets and objects in Halide v1.11

iPhone XR gets Portrait mode for pets and objects in Halide v1.11

Unlike the iPhone XS and XS Max, the new iPhone XR features a single rear camera. Despite this hardware difference, the LCD model supports depth capture in the form of Portrait mode, but there's a notable difference: it only works on human subjects. Camera app Halide's developers, however, have brought that same functionality to pets and objects, they've revealed.

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iOS 12.1 brings Group FaceTime, dual-SIM: here’s the supported devices

iOS 12.1 brings Group FaceTime, dual-SIM: here’s the supported devices

When Apple first unveiled iOS 12 earlier this year, one of the touted new features was Group FaceTime, which, as the name implies, allows users to take FaceTime calls beyond just one-on-one to include up to 32 people in a video chat. The feature was unfortunately delayed from the original launch of iOS 12, but we now know it will be included in the public version of iOS 12.1, which is expected to be released later this week to coincide with Apple's October 30th event.

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iPhone XR iFixit teardown gives hope for DIY repairs

iPhone XR iFixit teardown gives hope for DIY repairs

iFixit has published its teardown of the iPhone XR, Apple's latest LCD iPhone model. The company has wrapped up its disassembly of the device, showing off each component and the tedious process of taking the handset apart. Buyers wondering whether they'll be able to replace their own cracked display are in for some good news: it's not an impossible task.

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Right to Repair ruling has huge implications for Alexa, consoles, cars

Right to Repair ruling has huge implications for Alexa, consoles, cars

If you follow the technology industry, there's a good chance you've heard the phrase "right to repair" at least once or twice. While many manufacturers want to restrict consumers' ability to repair the devices they own or take it to a third party for repairs, there are people on the other side of that argument who have been trying to keep that right. This is a battle and a debate that has raged on for years at this point, but today, Right to Repair proponents were granted a pretty huge win.

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iPhone XR released today: See Tim Cook’s Apple Store tour

iPhone XR released today: See Tim Cook’s Apple Store tour

Today is the day the iPhone XR heads to Apple Stores around the world, and one lucky location saw an in-person visit from the company's CEO Tim Cook. While it's POSSIBLE, however unlikely Cook will visit other locations this week, today's most major visit was in Milan. "Buongiorno Piazza Liberty! Milan is one of my favorite cities," said Cook this morning on Twitter. "I am very happy to be here with you today. Around the world, we hope everyone is enjoying the new iPhone XR!"

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How Google pays Apple in 2018

How Google pays Apple in 2018

Almost since birth, Google's done business with Apple - be it by listing ads, running GPS maps, or by being a default for search on a smartphone. Apple and Google understand that it's better for business that they collaborate and compete, rather than just one or the other. Today we're going to talk about how Google paid Apple one massive amount of money for one key bit of preferential treatment in their MacBooks, iPhones, iPads, and so forth.

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Android vs iPhone user poll shows two very different groups of people

Android vs iPhone user poll shows two very different groups of people

A survey was conducted on approximately 2,000 Americans, one half Android users, the other half iPhone users. The poll covered a whole bunch of topics, like cash spent on tech products, selfies shot, and overall happiness. While there's no telling whether these averages represent greater numbers of Android and iPhone users around the world, these limited results are pretty interesting in and of themselves.

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Samsung sues Russian brand ambassador for using iPhone X

Samsung sues Russian brand ambassador for using iPhone X

Samsung has sued one of its brand ambassadors, Ksenia Sobchak, for using an iPhone X on camera, according to a new report. Sobchak is Samsung's public face in Russia, where she was recently seen on camera using an iPhone X instead of one of Samsung's smartphones. Though she tried to hide the phone behind a piece of paper, it wasn't enough to dodge a lawsuit.

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Stardew Valley brings its unique brand of chill to iOS today

Stardew Valley brings its unique brand of chill to iOS today

If you happen to be in the market for a new phone game and you're playing on iOS, then today is your lucky day. As revealed earlier this month, Stardew Valley arrives on iOS today, bringing its relaxing gameplay to mobile devices for the first time (unless, of course, you count the Nintendo Switch as a mobile device). If you're looking for a game you can sink your teeth into, Stardew Valley is definitely it.

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