Apple backtracks, won’t remove progressive web apps in the EU after all

Back in mid-February, Apple announced that iOS 17.4 would remove support for progressive web apps in the EU. The company blamed this on the EU’s Digital Markets Act (DMA), which goes into effect next week and is the reason why iOS 17.4 will come with support for alternative app stores. Following a huge amount of […]

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Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Ring won’t be compatible with iOS devices

During a roundtable discussion at this year’s MWC with Samsung’s VP, Hon Pak, he made clear that the upcoming Galaxy Ring will not be supported by iPhones. A fairly bold move by Samsung. Hon Pak said that Samsung is confident in the product and acknowledges the Android/iOS challenge, but the company’s devices are not lesser […]

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No, iPhone users, the Galaxy Ring won’t work with your phone

Samsung finally showed off the Galaxy Ring at the Mobile World Congress 2024 this week and as you’d expect, there’s a lot of excitement for this device. Since this is a Samsung device, you can rest assured that it’s going to work like magic with Galaxy phones, but what about those who prefer phones from […]

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Apple’s First Foldable Device Won’t Be an iPhone, Say Supply Chain Sources

Apple is now deciding on the design of its first foldable device as work on the project ramps up, DigiTimes reports. Citing Taiwanese supply chain sources in a paywalled report, DigiTimes claims that Apple has been developing its first foldable product for at least five years. Corroborating previous rumors, the publication claims that the foldable […]

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Sony won’t launch any new first-party PlayStation game till March 2025

In the financial results for Q3 2023, Sony announced that it will not release a new game in any major existing series for PlayStation till March 2025. The latest news comes as a huge disappointment for PlayStation users as they won’t be able to play any new major first-party title for at least another year. […]

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EU won’t force Apple to open up iMessage to other messaging platforms

In September 2023, the European Commission opened an investigation to determine if Apple’s iMessage qualifies as a Core Platform Service. Today, the agency has concluded that the messaging platform doesn’t qualify as one. It means that Apple will not have to open iMessage to other messaging platforms, such as Messenger and WhatsApp. This is a huge […]

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Microsoft won’t let you use the new Outlook app for Windows unless you have installed Edge on your PC

What you need to know Several users have posted screenshots on Reddit showcasing an error message asking them to install Microsoft Edge on their devices while trying to access the new Outlook app for Windows. The main reason why this is happening is because the app leverages the Microsoft Edge Webview 2 for various web […]

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The Nothing Phone (2a) won’t be coming to the US, some specs confirmed

In an official statement from Nothing, the company clarified that the upcoming midranger, Nothing Phone (2a), won’t be coming to the US. At least not to regular consumers, similarly to the Nothing Phone (1). But at least the latter was available for purchase as part of a wider beta program. Now, Nothing plans to release […]

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Apple Won’t Face AliveCor Antitrust Lawsuit Over Apple Watch Heart Rate Technology

An antitrust lawsuit that AliveCor filed against Apple back in 2021 will not proceed, with the judge overseeing the case today filing a summary judgment in Apple’s favor. The full ruling is under seal as of now due to confidentiality requests from Apple and AliveCor, but the filing makes it clear that the case went […]

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Here’s why Samsung won’t bring AI features to phones released before 2023

Samsung says that the Galaxy S24 is its first AI Phone. But what does that mean? The company’s newest flagship smartphone comes with Galaxy AI, which is a suite of dozens of AI-powered features that enhance a user’s daily life. For example, Galaxy AI offers real-time language translations during messaging and voice calls, removing the […]

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Apple Warns That Some Screen Time and Sharing Features Won’t Work With Alternative App Distribution in the EU

Apple in iOS 17.4 will begin allowing apps in the European Union to be distributed through alternative app stores rather than the iOS App Store, but the Cupertino company warns that this means certain features users have come to rely on will not work as they do for standard ‌App Store‌ apps. Restrictions on In-App […]

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Apple Vision Pro pre-orders are live, you won’t believe what’s in the box

Today Apple has started taking pre-orders for its first “spatial computer”, the Vision Pro headset. It will become available, as previously announced, on February 2. With the pre-order page come more details about the headset, but let’s start with pricing. It’s $3,499 with 256GB of storage, $3,699 with 512GB, or $3,899 with 1TB. You can […]

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Palworld on Xbox doesn’t have dedicated servers and won’t for the foreseeable future

What you need to know “Bucky”, the community manager for Palworld, has recently stated on Discord why the game doesn’t support dedicated servers for the Xbox console versions. The reason is because the Xbox versions can only support co-op mode. However, players on Xbox consoles and Windows PC can still cross-play together. Bucky then states […]

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Netflix Won’t Offer Apple Vision Pro App at Launch

Netflix has no plans to release an app for Apple’s upcoming Vision Pro headset, according to Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman. Instead, the streaming service will be accessible through Safari and other web browsers on the headset. “Our members will be able to enjoy Netflix on the web browser on the Vision Pro, similar to how our […]

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Reasons why you’d want to buy a titanium Galaxy S24, and a few why you won’t

The Galaxy S24 Ultra is expected to become Samsung’s first smartphone to boast a titanium build, but what exactly this entails isn’t entirely clear. In theory, there are known pros and cons to using titanium over more traditional metals, but the outcome will largely depend on Samsung’s design and manufacturing processes. Titanium has high corrosion […]

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Apple Won’t Be Able to Repair Out-of-Warranty Apple Watches Due to Import Ban

When the Apple Watch import ban goes into effect after December 25, 2023, Apple will not be able to repair out-of-warranty Apple Watch models in the United States. Apple Watch repairs typically involve replacing a broken unit with a new model rather than fixing an individual component, and replacement devices will not be available. Apple […]

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Get an Xbox Series X for JUST $349 with the best deal I’ve ever seen, but be quick — it WON’T last

Microsoft’s flagship Xbox Series X gaming console has enjoyed plenty of great discounts this holiday season, but nothing tops this one I just found at Target. Right now, you can get the system for just $349 at Walmart, which is a massive $151 off the $500 MSRP and the best markdown I’ve ever seen. The […]

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Samsung won’t get a cheap win from Apple like it did from Huawei

Multi-national companies are not immune to geopolitical risk. They have to tip-toe around recessions, conflicts, trade wars, sanctions and other risks in the markets they service to remain profitable and increase growth. It’s not uncommon for such issues to become threats to a company’s survival, particularly if it gets caught up in geopolitical tensions between […]

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Buy the Galaxy Tab S9 FE at these prices and you won’t regret it

If you were one of those customers that didn’t need a top-of-the-line tablet but would have liked a capable yet attainable model instead, Samsung came out with the answer for you in the form of the Galaxy Tab S9 FE. It has expanded the Fan Edition lineup to tablets as well this year. Samsung priced […]

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