AT&T granted approval to acquire Time Warner for $85 billion


The decision comes after a six-week-long trial. For the past six weeks, AT&T has been in court over concern of its want to purchase Time Warner for a total of $85 billion. On Tuesday, June 12, Judge Richard Leon of the United States District Court in Washington D.C. officially approved the deal. Leon says that the acquisition doesn't violate … [Read more...]

Fortnite for Nintendo Switch: The Ultimate Guide


Fortnite has made its way onto the Nintendo Switch! Here's the ultimate guide to help you get you started and on your way to victory! Fortnite has been dominating the video game world since its release, and slowly but surely, its made its way from PC to PS4 and Xbox One to iOS and Android, and now the Nintendo Switch. Whether you've been playing … [Read more...]

Splatoon 2: Everything you need to know!


Splatoon 2 is finally here! Here's everything you need to know! The long-awaited sequel to Nintendo's popular third-person shooter is finally here for the Nintendo Switch. Once again, you'll be asked to ink everything in sight as you battle it out with your friends or strangers online to spread your colors all over the map. There's a lot going on … [Read more...]

Judge Approves AT&T and Time Warner Merger


A planned merger between AT&T and Time Warner can move forward, a U.S. District Court Judge ruled this afternoon, reports CNBC. AT&T's $85.4 billion purchase of Time Warner has been on hold since November, when the United States Justice Department filed a lawsuit to stop the merger, based on the argument that it would result in higher … [Read more...]

Performance in iOS 12: Everything you need to know!


Apple has done a lot of work in iOS 12 to improve system performance across a wide selection of devices. Here's what you need to know. Apple has made a lot about the performance improvements coming in iOS 12. Everything from opening apps to bringing up the keyboard seems to have gotten an upgrade across the range of iOS 12-capable devices when … [Read more...]

Apple’s New Memoji vs. Samsung’s AR Emoji

After Apple unveiled Animoji when the iPhone X debuted last September, Samsung introduced its own version, the more human-like and customizable AR Emoji. Not to be outdone, Apple in iOS 12 introduced Memoji, a new version of Animoji that can be customized to look just like you. Given the similarities between AR Emoji and Memoji, we thought we'd … [Read more...]

Complete the new Developer Economics Survey for your chance to win prizes and voice your opinions!

Developers - Now is the time to share your opinions and enter to win amazing prizes like an iPhone X! Is JavaScript giving you headaches? Do you wish other developers knew how important Swift and Rust will be in the coming years? It's your chance to turn your opinions into a tool of change! The new Developer Economics survey is open NOW, calling … [Read more...]

Every amiibo you will want for Super Smash Bros. on Nintendo Switch

Prepping your Super Smash Bros. amiibo? Here's where to start. June 12, 2018: New details about amiibo and Smash Bros. emerge from E3! We got a lot of Smash Bros. information to chew on during the Nintendo presentation at E3 this year. They also managed to sneak in a quick bit about amiibo functionality! We received confirmation that all Smash … [Read more...]

Siri Suggestions: What’s new in iOS 12

Siri Suggestions are getting some updates in iOS 12. Here's what you need to know. While Siri Shortcuts took up a lot of the stage time at Apple's WWDC 2018keynote, another, equally important aspect of the digital assistant is also receiving a notable update in iOS 12: Suggestions. Siri Suggestions have been around since iOS 9, but with iOS 12, … [Read more...]

Apple’s New App Store Guidelines Restrict Apps From Harvesting Data From iPhone Users’ Friends

Apple last week updated its App Store Review Guidelines for developers after unveiling iOS 12, introducing rules for remote mirroring apps, banning cryptocurrency mining, and introducing clear rules to allow developers to provide free trials for paid apps. At the same time, Apple also quietly expanded its data sharing rules, as Bloomberg points … [Read more...]

Avoid summer brain drain with Wonder Workshop’s coding program

Looking for some cool activities to help keep your kiddos mentally engaged this season? You may want to look into Wonder Workshop's "Summer of Wonder" packets. Zoning out front of cartoons on TV is a completely normal part of the childhood summer experience. Everyone deserves rest and relaxation, no matter their age. However, whether you're a … [Read more...]

Instagram Expands Shopping to Stories

Instagram today announced that it is expanding its shopping feature beyond the news feed to Instagram Stories. When viewing Instagram Stories from brands, stickers with a shopping bag icon can be tapped and will provide more details about the product along with purchase options. Instagram has previously allowed users to view product … [Read more...]

Apple Support App Expands to 20 New Countries and Regions

Apple's Support app for iOS devices, which is designed to allow you to get help with your Apple products, today expanded to more than 20 new countries and regions, making the app more widely available around the world. Several new languages have been added to the Support app as well, including Czech, Danish, Finnish, Hungarian, Indonesian, … [Read more...]

Microsoft Debuts Office 2019 Preview for Mac Enterprise Users

Microsoft today announced the launch of a new Office 2019 for Mac Preview, which is available starting today for its commercial customers. Office 2019 for Mac, which includes new versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and OneNote, is the next perpetual update to Office for Mac and will ship alongside Office 2019 for Windows during the … [Read more...]

Review: Kingston’s Nucleum USB-C Hub Adds Much-Needed Ports to Your MacBook or MacBook Pro

With Apple's decision to embrace USB-C on all of its modern Macs, the company has created a need for USB-C docks so that we can continue to use all of our non-USB C peripherals as we wait for the rest of the tech industry to catch up. Kingston's Nucleum USB Type-C Hub is designed to meet that need, offering a selection of useful ports for … [Read more...]

Apple Releases Second Beta of macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 to Public Beta Testers

Apple today released the second beta of an upcoming macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 update to public beta testers, two weeks after releasing the first public beta and a day after releasing the second beta for developers. Beta testers who have signed up for Apple's beta testing program will be able to download the new macOS High Sierra beta through the … [Read more...]

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