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Galaxy S10 to bear one of Samsung’s new 48MP, 32MP cameras

Galaxy S10 to bear one of Samsung’s new 48MP,  32MP cameras

Despite all the fancy bezel-less trends, notches, and sliding or elevating parts, the smartphone market these days is still largely driven by mobile photography. Once Apple’s domain, other companies have stepped up their game to claim the crown in that department. Although not exactly at the top, Samsung’s smartphones are still rated as some of the best, in no small part to its ISOCELL image sensors which are now welcoming two new members boasting 48 and 32 megapixels.

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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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Everything Apple just announced at their iPad/Mac event

Everything Apple just announced at their iPad/Mac event

Today we're looking at everything Apple just announced during their event for October 2018. This event played host to a new set of iPad Pro units, one with an 11-inch display, the other with a 12.9-inch display. The rest of the products revealed today were Mac OS in nature. There was a new iteration of the MacBook Air and a new Mac mini.

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MacBook Air 2018 detailed with Retina display and Touch ID

MacBook Air 2018 detailed with Retina display and Touch ID

Today Apple revealed a new MacBook Air in New York City, a MacBook Air for the year 2018 and beyond. This new MacBook Air was revealed to roll with a new set of colors, including gold and silver, along with two USB-C ports and a headphone port. This MacBook Air was revealed to have a 13.3-inch display with "4 million pixels" and a 50% narrower bezel around its face.

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Galaxy S10 leak ‘confirms’ loss of major legacy feature

Galaxy S10 leak ‘confirms’ loss of major legacy feature

The next generation in Samsung Galaxy smartphones seems to be moving backward, not forward, with power user features. In favor of innovation and the changing of the guard, so to speak, Samsung seems to be moving away from the features that Galaxy owners have been using for over a half decade. I'm talking here, of course, of the headphone jack - and the idea that Samsung might well do away with the feature in 2019.

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Why the OnePlus 6T works with T-Mobile, Verizon while Huawei ban remains

Why the OnePlus 6T works with T-Mobile, Verizon while Huawei ban remains

Today was a monumental day for OnePlus. With the OnePlus 6T, the company gets their first US mobile carrier release (with T-Mobile USA) at the same time as they have official Verizon certification. Today we're running down a few facts about the OnePlus 6T, including how it'll work with what carrier and why it's not banned like another China-based smartphone maker called Huawei.

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Android Pie still MIA in October stats, Treble in question

Android Pie still MIA in October stats, Treble in question

Starting two or so months ago, Google switched its practice of releasing Android distribution numbers from the beginning of the month to the end of it. As such, it’s that time again to see how the Android desserts are doing. Unfortunately, it’s not all good news as two months in, Android 9 Pie is still a no-show and Android’s most used version is 7.0 Nougat, which was released more than two years ago already.

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Dell Mobile Connect phone bridge no longer requires a Dell PC

Dell Mobile Connect phone bridge no longer requires a Dell PC

There seems to be a resurgent interest in tools that bridge PCs and phones together, almost making them work seamlessly with one another. But even before Microsoft made “Your Phone” an official part of Windows 10, Dell released something earlier this year simply called the Dell Mobile Connect. The name implies that it would only work with Dell computers, which was true at launch. Now it seems Dell has decided it would help to spread its brand further by making it available for all computers as long as they support a Bluetooth connection.

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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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Galaxy S10 is about to make a huge mistake

Galaxy S10 is about to make a huge mistake

Et too, Samsung? It would seem that the Samsung Galaxy S10's latest feature rumor is more of a feature cut. From the depths of nonsense comes the claim that Samsung will cut the headphone jack from its Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus. Now, why they'd do that when they're good enough at re-arranging innards to include a stylus in the Galaxy Note, I can't begin to fathom.

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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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Google Photos Live Albums has a limit Google didn’t mention

Google Photos Live Albums has a limit Google didn’t mention

When Google announced the Home Hub, it didn't brand it as a smart display. It advertised it more as a smart digital photo frame, one that could display smart home controls as much as it could your kids' or pets' photos. In fact, one of Google Photos' new features was designed especially for the Home Hub, as well as other smart displays. But while Live Albums have now launched to the public, it reportedly came with a maximum limit that Google is only telling users now.

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