Xbox Boss Discusses Apple Arcade, App Store Fees, and Game Pass Streaming in Safari

Microsoft’s executive vice president of gaming, Phil Spencer, has discussed Xbox’s approach to Apple Arcade, App Store fees, and game streaming on iOS via Safari in a new interview with The Verge. Earlier this year, Microsoft elected to withhold the launch of its Xbox games streaming service on iOS after it became clear that the […]

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Samsung dominated the EMEA smartphone market in Q3 2020

Smartphone sales have bounced back in Q3 2020 in spite of the mark left on the global economy by the coronavirus, and Samsung even managed to improve its market share in Europe compared to Q3 2019. Huawei’s woes meant higher smartphone sales for Samsung across the Old Continent and the company had a leading market […]

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Samsung locked out Galaxy Z Fold 2 users with One UI 3.0 beta

Samsung’s One UI 3.0 beta program hasn’t been without faults. Last week the beta release for a handful of devices was delayed due to battery life concerns, but that’s nothing compared to what some Galaxy Z Fold 2 owners in South Korea have experienced today. Samsung started rolling out a buggy One UI 3.0 beta […]

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Apple’s Annual Holiday Ad Revolves Around ‘The Magic of Mini’

Apple today shared its annual holiday ad on YouTube, titled “The magic of mini,” showing how music can help improve your mood. As noted by Adweek, this year’s edition of the ad features rapper Tierra Whack arriving home to her apartment in a dreary state, but her mood quickly improves after the HomePod mini adds […]

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Motorola Nio display may come with a peak of 105Hz refresh rate

The Motorola Nio may be the company’s next-gen flagship offering. It was first mentioned here yesterday. We can look forward to more images and details surfacing on the web before the official launch. Hopefully, the information about a 12GB RAM and Snapdragon 865 processor will be followed by more details. We already noted the possible […]

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Twitter Says Account Verification to Return in Early 2021

Twitter will re-open account verification requests early next year, the company announced this week, bringing brand-new guidelines for users seeking the little tick next to their Twitter handle. Rumors that Twitter has been working on a new verification system first appeared in June, but the company has now officially confirmed its return in a blog […]

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Some Apple M1 Mac Owners Reporting Bluetooth Connectivity Issues

A number of M1 Mac owners are reporting problems with Bluetooth connectivity on the new machines, ranging from intermittent disconnects of wireless peripherals to completely non-functional Bluetooth connections. Some users with M1 MacBook Air, M1 MacBook Pro 13-inch, and M1 Mac mini models are variously seeing problems with both third-party accessories like Bluetooth mice, keyboards, […]

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