Fan made render of “iPhone 12 Flip” shows what a foldable iPhone might look like

Apple is rumoured to announce the iPhone 12 lineup at its annual event. According to analysts, iPhone 12 lineup will see a massive redesign but Apple’s notch is here to stay. The company is expected to create entirely new housing with flat metal edges sandwiched between glass on the front and back of the phone. … Continue reading Fan made render of “iPhone 12 Flip” shows what a foldable iPhone might look like

Great news as Microsoft Surface Duo may launch as soon as Spring, and ship soon after

Microsoft’s Surface Duo launch date may be nearing.  The device is built on Google’s Android, a pretty mature platform, and if rumours are true, this may have helped Microsoft complete their dual-screen smartphone project much sooner than expected. SURFACE DUO LAUNCH DATE Windows Central reports that Microsoft may launch the Surface Duo as soon as … Continue reading Great news as Microsoft Surface Duo may launch as soon as Spring, and ship soon after

Amazon’s Eero debuts first HomeKit router update, bringing enhanced smart home security

Eero routers are officially adding support for HomeKit. Amazon is rolling out HomeKit support to the Eero and Eero Pro systems, bringing enhanced security for smart home accessories. Here’s how to update. The update should be available now in the Eero app on your iPhone. To update your system, tap the “Discover” tab in the … Continue reading Amazon’s Eero debuts first HomeKit router update, bringing enhanced smart home security

Apple planning over-the-air OS recovery for iOS devices based on iOS 13.4 beta code

Apple is currently running tests with the iOS 13.4 beta, and we found out that the company is working on a new CarKey API based on system codes. Now, with the latest beta release available for developers, 9to5Mac has found evidence showing that Apple may be working on an Internet Recovery for iOS. If an … Continue reading Apple planning over-the-air OS recovery for iOS devices based on iOS 13.4 beta code

Samsung blames ‘dismal’ initial Galaxy S20 sales on coronavirus fears

Samsung’s Galaxy S20 series doesn’t officially go on sale in the US until next Friday, but the device is already hitting the market in Samsung’s home country of Korea. However, initial sales of the Galaxy S20 are described as “dismal,” with Samsung blaming factors outside of its control. Reports out of Korea today (via SamMobile) … Continue reading Samsung blames ‘dismal’ initial Galaxy S20 sales on coronavirus fears

Microsoft announces updated Cortana experience by removing music, connected home and third-party skills

Microsoft today revealed the future of Cortana digital assistant. Microsoft is now positioning Cortana as your personal productivity assistant. So, Microsoft is removing music, connected home and third-party skills of Cortana. The updated Cortana experience in Windows 10 will be available as a free update to the latest version of Windows 10 this spring. For now, the new … Continue reading Microsoft announces updated Cortana experience by removing music, connected home and third-party skills

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 gets a new update with improvements and full-screen gestures

In the past couple of years, Samsung has managed to improve its update record and is rolling out regular updates to both current and previous flagship phones. Today, the company has rolled out a new update to the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 users. The latest update carries version number N97xFXXU2BTB5 and improves face recognition along … Continue reading Samsung Galaxy Note 10 gets a new update with improvements and full-screen gestures

Google asks permission from the US Government to resume business with Huawei

The year 2019 was not a good year for Huawei as the company fought against the US government’s decision to ban companies from doing business with Huawei. The decision had an adverse effect on Huawei who had to rush the development of their own OS for smartphones. Now, Google has applied for a special permit … Continue reading Google asks permission from the US Government to resume business with Huawei

Apple planning to release a Surface Type Cover style keyboard for iPad Pro

Apple is planning to release a new iPad keyboard with a built-in trackpad later this year, according to The Information. The new accessory is likely going to release alongside the next version of the iPad Pro, said The Information’s source. Adding a trackpad to an iPad keyboard would be yet another move from Apple to bring functionality typically … Continue reading Apple planning to release a Surface Type Cover style keyboard for iPad Pro

Microsoft to soon reveal Universal Print, a cloud-based print infrastructure service that eliminates Print Servers

All large organizations require Print Servers which connects printers to client computers over a network. Print Servers manages the jobs initiated by users based on the printer availability. Microsoft is now working on a new service called Universal Print that will eliminate the need for Print Servers. Universal Print is a cloud-based print infrastructure that … Continue reading Microsoft to soon reveal Universal Print, a cloud-based print infrastructure service that eliminates Print Servers

HTC is apparently planning to launch a 5G smartphone this year

Over the past few years, the smartphone industry has changed dramatically and lost some players. HTC is a shell of what it once was, but the company isn’t completely done with smartphones. In a recent interview, HTC confirmed it has plans to launch a 5G smartphone this year. Speaking with UDN (via XDA), HTC’s CEO … Continue reading HTC is apparently planning to launch a 5G smartphone this year

Apple may be working on a new multitasking UI for iOS 14

Well we all know  there are several downsides to have a large-screen phone, smartphones with larger screens give manufacturers the opportunity to provide robust multitasking features. And Apple does not seem to be interested to lose the opportunity as it’s now making smartphones that have a screen size of 6.5-inch. Apple is now working on … Continue reading Apple may be working on a new multitasking UI for iOS 14

Apple rolls out “Huge” update to its Human Interface Guidelines for Siri

Siri has just received a huge update in its Human Interface Guidelines. Apple has been rolling out updates periodically to the documentation and recently had updated its guidelines for Sign In With Apple, Apple Pay, and Apple Health. Today, the company has also brought a ton of new content and guidance to Siri. Reported by … Continue reading Apple rolls out “Huge” update to its Human Interface Guidelines for Siri

Samsung finds a new way to add physical buttons to waterfall screens

Waterfall screens are super-attractive, but for many smartphone users, they will never be an option as they demand physical buttons on the side of their phones, which do not work very well when that area is occupied with your screen. The solutions developed by companies that do sell phones with waterfall screens include pressure-sensitive haptic … Continue reading Samsung finds a new way to add physical buttons to waterfall screens