Tag Archives: iphone

Google promises it doesn’t read your email without your consent

Your email might not be safe from prying eyes, whether you’re using Gmail, Yahoo! Mail, or Outlook.

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The Galaxy Note S Pen has plateaued and that’s perfect

At first, the Galaxy Note 9 sounded like it was going to be yet another unexciting 2018 flagship like the Galaxy S9 earlier this year. Then came the rumors of a new S Pen feature that did stir up interest in next month’s phablet.

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The 2020 Audi e-tron’s cabin is an EV tech haven

A thoroughly modern Audi EV deserves a thoroughly modern interior, and so the 2020 Audi e-tron SUV pushes the tech boat out. The automaker’s all-electric rival to the Tesla Model X and Jaguar I-PACE isn’t expected to roll into the US until early 2019, but Audi has given us a sneak peak of the cabin we can expect. Unfortunately for … Continue reading

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Samsung’s foldable phone may use some unexpected inspiration

Samsung’s folding smartphone, the flexible OLED Android handset generally known as the Galaxy X, will use an unusual asymmetric design, insiders claim. The device, which will use a cutting-edge folding OLED panel built by Samsung Display, will try to address demands both for bigger screens and more pocket-friendly phones.

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Xbox One Minecraft and PUBG summer bundles arrive this week

Just in time for the hottest part of summer comes a great excuse to stay inside: two new Xbox One bundles.

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Google Drive on Android adds password-protected Office file support

Google Drive, the Internet giant’s cloud storage service, recently received an app update for Android. The update was a minor one in terms of changes, bringing only some bug fixes and a single new feature: support for password-protected Microsoft Office files. The new support expands the service’s usefulness for businesses and schools, making it possible to view an encrypted Office … Continue reading

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PS Store summer sale 2018: this month’s big PS4 game deals arrive

Sony has officially taken the wraps off its PS Store summer sale 2018, the time during which it slaps a bunch of deep discounts on games for the PS3, PS4, and PS Vita. As we’ve come to expect, Sony has some major discounts for big and small titles alike, some of them as much as 60-percent off, though you’ll need … Continue reading

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Samsung is stepping up with tablets, so where’s Google?

All eyes may be on Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 and its imminent reveal, but it’s a far bigger Android device that demonstrates just how much the mobile device market is crying out for innovation. The Galaxy Tab S4 leaked earlier this week, Samsung’s upcoming Android tablet, that seems set to arrive amid general slate apathy from Google itself. It’s fair … Continue reading

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2018 iPhones will trump Android in these two ways

The Android market has been pretty eventful these past months, with curious innovations like Vivo’s and Oppo’s elevating cameras and ASUS ROG’s gaming phone.

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Google might not be scanning your emails but third-parties are

Email is one of the oldest and most sacred Internet services still in use. Despite attempts to kill it, it remains the backbone of communication over the Internet and, as such, is a treasure trove of personal data. Exactly because of that, and the threat of lawsuits and fines, Google has stopped its practice of letting its employees read emails

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