Google opens an office in China’s Silicon Valley

Google's often fractious relationship with China may be softening on the news that the search giant is opening a new office in the country. The company already has two facilities in China, located in Beijing and Shanghai, but will now rent space in a... … [Read more...]

Inventec Starts Shipping First Batch of HomePod Speakers to Apple


Apple’s supplier Inventec has reportedly started shipping the first batch of HomePod speakers to Apple. The initial shipment is expected to be around 1 million units. Apple has evenly split the production of HomePod speakers between Hon Hai Precision and Inventec. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Mitsubishi’s mirrorless car cameras can spot distant traffic

Mirrorless cars, terrifying as they may sound, as coming. In 2015, the United Nations gave the go ahead for carmakers to replace mirrors with cameras and display systems, so the race is on to design tech that's fit for the job. Now, Mitsubishi says i... … [Read more...]

Google Arts & Culture App Makes Its Way to the Top of the App Store Charts Thanks to a New Facial Recognition Feature


The Google Arts & Culture app has been around for a while now. However, it was barely noticed by the users given that it was a simple app aimed at helping art enthusiasts discover new and existing art from Google’s vast repository of images compiled from museums and other sources. It has now skyrocketed to the top of the App Store, … [Read more...]

Report: iPhone 8 Sales Lower Than Expected; Apple Vendors Reduce Component Production As Sales Slowdown


With the holiday season over and peak demand for iPhones now over, Apple suppliers have reduced the component production for the iPhone X, iPhone 8, and iPhone 8 Plus. The lower orders are in line with previous years where Apple suppliers reduce their total production due to lower demand. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Typinator 7.4 for macOS improves Quick Search feature


Ergonis Software has announced Typinator 7.4, a maintenance update to their text expander.  It’s not only a typing assistant that speeds repetitive typing tasks, but also a system-wide auto-correction tool that automatically fixes typing errors and misspelled words. Version 7.4 improves Typinator's Quick Search feature and offers more than 30 … [Read more...]

The Current Status of iOS 10 – iOS 10.3.3 Jailbreak


As the saying goes, when it rains it pours. We have seen a similar situation with the jailbreak scene. For a long period of time, there were no jailbreaks, but as soon as Ian Beer released the tfp0 exploit, things have been buzzing in the jailbreak world. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Siri’s news bulletin feature goes live in the UK and Australia


Brits can now ask their iThings to give them a brief update on what's happening in the world with the command: "Hey Siri, give me the news." Siri doesn't actually read the news, though, and instead will automatically play the latest podcast from a tr... … [Read more...]

The Morning After: Wednesday, January 17th 2018


Welcome to the middle, and we've got more car news from the North American International Auto Show, which kicked off almost immediately after last week's CES. There is no rest. Also: a space junk laser. … [Read more...]

Coolstar Confirms ‘Most of the Patches’ in Electra Jailbreak Work on iOS 11.2.x


coolstar, developer of Electra jailbreak toolkit for iOS 11 – iOS 11.1.2, has tweeted that anyone on iOS 11.2.x should stay there. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Microsoft’s 15-inch Surface Book 2 comes to 17 new countries

Microsoft first launched the Surface Book 2 in November, but so far, both the 13- and 15-inch variants have only been available in the US. That's about to change, however, as the 15-inch model is now on pre-order in Australia, Canada, France, German,... … [Read more...]

London’s new electric taxis scuppered by faulty sensor

London's new electric taxis have been delayed. The "TX" cabs developed by LEVC were supposed to arrive in the capital late last year. But there's a problem with the system that tracks time and distance — recorded as electric "pulses" — fo... … [Read more...]

Lyft opens its ride-booking Concierge service to all businesses

Lyft has finally opened up Concierge to businesses and organizations of all sizes. The program allows members to hail rides for other people, giving companies a way to offer that extra touch of service to customers, especially those who can't call fo... … [Read more...]

Never Forget Your Password Again with Dashlane [Deals Hub]

In today’s continuously connected world, password protection is more important than it has ever been before. However, remembering each and every password that you own is frustrating. Needing to input every username, and type every letter of your password every time racks the brain and is tediously time-consuming. Now you do not have to worry about … [Read more...]

China: iPhone 7 Plus Was the Second Best Selling Smartphone in 2017

A report from Counterpoint Research has revealed that the iPhone 7 Plus was the second best selling smartphone in China last year. Surprisingly, Apple was the only foreign brand that featured in the top 10, while the list dominated by Chinese manufacturers like Oppo, Vivo, and Huawei. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Teach valuable STEM skills with electronic papercraft noisemakers

*Hitches up onion belt* Now back in my day, our papercraft activity books just folded up into something pretty. And we liked it that way. But you kids, with your Nintendoodads and Snapcharts, well that just isn't good enough, is it? No, your paper-ba... … [Read more...]

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