No, Apple Isn’t Planning to Buy Manchester United

Apple is not currently planning to purchase Premier League club Manchester United, according to a source familiar with the matter. A report earlier today from British tabloid The Daily Star claimed that Apple had expressed an interest in buying Manchester United for around $7 billion, but our source with direct knowledge of the situation said […]

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Edit Tweet Option Expands to Twitter Blue Subscribers in the United States

Twitter today announced that Twitter Blue subscribers in the United States now have access to the edit tweet feature that has been in testing for the last month. Earlier this week, Twitter provided an edit button to Twitter Blue users in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand and promised a U.S. expansion, which has come quicker […]

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Top Five Favorite Emoji in the United States Are 😂, 👍, ❤️, 🤣, and 😢

The top five favorite emoji in the United States include 😂 (face with tears of joy), 👍 (thumbs up), ❤️ (red heart), 🤣 (rolling on the floor laughing face), and 😢 (crying face), according to Adobe’s 2022 Emoji Trend Report. Face with tears of joy, thumbs up, red heart, and crying face have been popular […]

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Huawei Mate Xs 2 finally arrives in the United Kingdom

Huawei announced the global rollout of its latest foldable, the Mate Xs 2, back in May. Italy and Germany got the phone shortly after, yet it’s only now that availability for the UK is detailed. Actual sales begin on September 12. [embedded content] British customers will be able to pre-order the Huawei Mate Xs 2 […]

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Samsung SDI establishes first EV battery R&D center in the United States

Samsung SDI has finished setting up its first research and development center in the USA. Located in Boston, the purpose of this new facility is to give Samsung a competitive edge in the electric vehicle battery market. This new development follows a similar announcement Samsung made earlier in the summer when SDI opened up a […]

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Qualcomm starts sponsoring Manchester United, putting the Snapdragon brand front and center

Today Qualcomm has announced that it’s entered a “multi-year global strategic collaboration” with Manchester United, one of the best known football clubs in the world. So Qualcomm will be sponsoring Manchester United, with the arrangement featuring the Snapdragon brand. That’s definitely interesting – Qualcomm seems to be expanding these sponsorships far and wide recently, putting […]

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A new update is available for the unlocked Galaxy S21 in the United States

Samsung began updating the carrier-locked Galaxy S21 series in the United States with a new security patch roughly one week ago. Now, it’s time for the unlocked variants to steal the spotlight. The unlocked Galaxy S21 (SM-G991U1), Galaxy S21+ (SM-G996U1), and Galaxy S21 Ultra (SM-G998U1) are now getting a new firmware update with the May […]

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New firmware update rolls out for Galaxy Watch 4 in the United States

A new firmware update is rolling out for the Galaxy Watch 4 in the United States. The firmware weighs a little under 100MB and carries firmware version R870XXU1FVD4. The update appears to improve security for the Galaxy Watch 4, but the changelog doesn’t mention any other changes aside from “stabilization codes for watch operation.” In […]

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Galaxy Note 10 series gets April 2022 security patch in the United States

The Galaxy Note 10, one of Samsung’s last Note-branded smartphones, is getting the April 2022 security patch in the United States. The update is available for the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ — carrier and unlocked variants alike. Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ carrier variants are getting firmware version N97xUSQS7HVCD, whereas the unlocked […]

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Apple Resumes In-Person ‘Today at Apple’ Sessions in the United States

Apple today announced that it is resuming in-person “Today at Apple” sessions at Apple Stores across the United States. Starting on March 7, Apple will resume the in-person sessions in time to celebrate Women’s History Month. Apple invites music fans and creators of all skill levels to their local Apple Store to explore remixing music […]

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Apple Resumes In-Person ‘Today at Apple’ Sessions in the United States

Apple today announced that it is resuming in-person “Today at Apple” sessions at Apple Stores across the United States. Starting on March 7, Apple will resume the in-person sessions in time to celebrate Women’s History Month. Apple invites music fans and creators of all skill levels to their local Apple Store to explore remixing music […]

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Skype now supports calling 911 from your PC in the United States

Microsoft recently shipped an update for the desktop version of Skype that adds support for emergency calling in the United States. Skype users can now call 911 and share their location information with emergency operators through their PCs. The same update also allows voice messages of up to five minutes and adds a handful of […]

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