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Apple announces a new iPad and (RED) iPhones

Apple Inc. announced a new, cheaper iPad and (PRODUCT)RED versions of its iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus early Tuesday. All three products will be available to order online and in stores beginning Friday, it said. Apple’s new iPad boasts a 9.7-inch Retina display, a more powerful (A9) computer chip...

Google Maps Now Remembers Where You Parked Your Car

Google Maps now has the ability to remember where you parked your car. Making Google Maps an indispensible app for anyone who either lives, or regularly travels into, a metropolitan area. And for once Google is putting you in control, rather than relying on its own algorithms. Show More Summary

Xbox Live is facing issues yet again

Update: Xbox Live is down once again. The latest downtime is affecting Xbox Live’s core login-related services, as well as Windows Store purchases. This isn’t the first time Xbox Live is down this week — the service actually went down for a little while last night, too. Microsoft stated on the official Xbox Live Status site: […]

Samsung’s New Voice Assistant Bixby Will Debut on the Galaxy S8

Time to say hello to another digital assistant. Ahead of the Galaxy S8 launch announcement coming at the end of this month, Samsung has announced Bixby, a new voice assistant that will go far beyond what the company had done with S Voice. Show More Summary

How to move to New Zealand and become a naturalized Kiwi

New Zealand isn't just an escape hatch for Silicon Valley billionaires like Peter Thiel; it's also become the object of many Americans' affection in the wake of Donald Trump's recent presidential election win. US-based applications for New Zealand citizenship have skyrocketed in the 12 weeks since November 2016, according to the Associated Press. Show More Summary

Tim Cook visits $1 billion Chinese bike-sharing startup

Apple CEO Tim Cook is currently on another tour of China this week and is staying busy by visiting some of the hottest startups in the country. This morning Cook paid a visit to bike-sharing startup Ofo which is already valued at $1 billion and counts Uber-rival/Apple-ally Didi Chuxing as one of its investors. Show More Summary

Apple’s learn to code app Swift Playgrounds adds 5 more languages

Along with the reveal of a new 9.7-inch iPad and new red iPhone, Apple also announced today that its learn-to-code app Swift Playgrounds is now available in five new languages. The additional languages include Simplified Chinese, Japanese, French, German and Latin American Spanish. Show More Summary

Google Could Make Things Difficult For Samsung’s Siri Challenger, Bixby

Samsung’s new digital assistant and Google Assistant may be difficult bedfellows.

Full Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ specs revealed in latest leak

Try as we might, we can't remember the last time a single day went by without at least one big leak focused on Samsung's upcoming new Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ flagship phones. A steady trickle of leaked details led up to BGR's big Galaxy S8 exclusive back in early March, and the floodgates have been open ever since. Show More Summary

Super Mario Run Comes to Android This Week

Super Mario Run has been available on iOS devices ever since the game launched last December. An Android version was announced back in January, though a release date wasn’t specified. Today, Nintendo has […] The post Super Mario Run Comes to Android This Week appeared first on

Best accessories for the LG G6

Purchase accessories for your LG G6 today so you're ready to go on day one! The LG G6 doesn't officially ship until April 7, but that doesn't mean you can't start stocking up on great accessories for your phone. Case manufacturers get...Show More Summary

Apple's Tim Cook visits local Chinese businesses, says translated Swift Playgrounds coming soon

As part of his latest trip to China, Apple CEO Tim Cook on Tuesday visited bike-sharing startup ofo and fitness company Keep, also announcing that a translation of Swift Playgrounds into simplified Chinese will be released tomorrow.

Dave Chappelle’s new stand-up specials are now streaming on Netflix

Comedy legend Dave Chappelle is back, and he wants you to know that he... smokes cigarettes? As promised by the streaming giant alongside the release of a recent trailer, two new hour-long stand-up comedy specials starring the one and only Dave Chappelle have just been released on Netflix. Show More Summary

Apple offers its own take on Snapchat and Instagram Stories with the simple Clips video editing app

It won’t arrive in the App Store until next month, but Apple’s already offering up a preview of its new mobile video app. The company is positioning Clips as a halfway mark between iMovie and Memories (the slideshow feature in Camera) in terms of usability, but the Snapchat and Instagram Stories comparisons are going to prove pretty difficult to avoid on this one. Read More

Samsung’s can’t wait to kick off Galaxy S8 sales

Samsung can’t wait to ship the Galaxy S8 to your door, and you might get the phone earlier than supposed to. If you’re lucky. A new report from The Investor says that Samsung is looking to ship Galaxy S8 preorders a few days ahead of the planned in-store launch. Show More Summary

iPhone SE review: Bigger on the inside!

Apple's iPhone SE packs all the power of an iPhone 6s into the casing of an iPhone 5s. Updated March 31, 2017: Apple has just updated iPhone SE to make it even bigger on the inside: 32 GB and 128 GB big: iPhone SE, the most powerfulShow More Summary

Conversocial buys live chat and in-app messaging startup HipMob to bolster customer care platform

Conversocial, the U.K.-headquartered social customer care platform, has acquired Silicon Valley startup HipMob. Read More

MORGAN STANLEY: These 9 tech companies could be takeover targets

Takeover activity has cooled down a bit in recent months, but there are still some big deals on the horizon. In a note to clients sent March 20, Morgan Stanley updated its Acquisition Likelihood Estimate Ranking Tool (ALERT model), a...Show More Summary

ARM Announces Chip Overhaul for AI Future

Artificial intelligence will make the electronic devices of tomorrow smarter, but not if their processors—made by companies like ARM—aren't up to the task.

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