Apple 

Apple replacing logic-boards of some 2018 MacBooks

San Francisco: In a “very small number” of 2018 MacBook Air units, Apple has identified a logic board issue and is offering a free replacement of the component to the owners of the affected computers. The iPhone-maker circulated the information via an internal document that was distributed to Apple Stores as well as Apple Authorised Service Providers, Digital Trends said in a report on Sunday. According to documents obtained by media publications, they refer to the main logic board in the Retina, 13-inch, 2018 MacBook Air with certain serial numbers. To…

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samsung 

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ will be the name, not Note 10 Pro

The bigger Galaxy Note 10 device will be called the Galaxy Note 10+ and not the Galaxy Note 10 Pro as earlier rumoured. (Image source: Youtube/TechTalkTV) Earlier this year it was reported that Samsung will be launching two size variants of its flagship Galaxy Note series, one would be called the Note 10 and the bigger variant would be called Note 10 Pro. However, a leak video now claims that the bigger variant of the Note 10 would be called the Note 10+ and not Note 10 Pro as earlier expected. As…

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Samsung unveils 3 Galaxy wearables in India

Gurugram: Samsung on Tuesday unveiled its Galaxy Watch Active, Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Fit e wearables in India for₹19,990, ₹9,990 and ₹2,590, respectively. Targeted at millennials and Gen Z, the Galaxy Watch Active takes a holistic approach to monitoring exercise, sleep, stress and health. “Galaxy Watch Active is a beautifully crafted sports watch that brings stress management and blood pressure monitoring to users. The Galaxy Fit and Fit e give users a first-time access to the ecosystem of Samsung Health with never before features like 90 activity trackers,” Aditya Babbar, Director, Mobile Business, Samsung…

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Series Will Have Physical Volume, Power Buttons After All: Report

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 is one of the most heavily leaked phone off late and we still have a few more months to go, before it’s rumoured launch in late-August. The rumours so far point at there being two models of the Note 10 — both are said to pack in top-of-the-line specifications and will only differ in size and perhaps camera capabilities. It was previously rumoured that the phone will also ditch the traditional physical buttons for volume and power in favour of capacitive buttons but this rumour has…

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Apple 

Apple recalls old 15-inch Macbook Pro models as they pose a fire safety risk

Apple’s MacBook Pro laptops are one of best laptops in the market right now. If you have ever used them, you would know that there is no getting over them. However, over the years, MacBook Pro have stumbled across a number of problems, chiefly flexgate and issues with the butterfly keyboard. And now, Apple has announced that it is recalling some older Macbook Pro models as they pose a fire safety risk. The Menlo Park headquartered company in a statement on its blogpost said that ‘a limited number of older…

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Apple 

Apple Rolls Out The iOS 13 Beta 2 For Developers: Here is Everything That it Brings to Your iPhone

Apple has released the second developer beta for the iOS 13 operating system for iPhones. The brave souls out there might be probably running iOS 13 beta 1, and you can now update to the beta 2 which is now available for downloaded from Apple’s developer portal. The new update brings in plenty of bugs, improves performance and updates certain features as well. When will you be able to download iOS Beta 2? The iOS 13 beta 2 version for the public is expected to be available for download sometime…

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samsung 

Samsung denies rumors of Galaxy Fold’s July launch

Little progress seems to have been made on the launch of Samsung Electronics’ Galaxy Fold, as the company on Friday denied rumors that the world’s first foldable smartphone would be released in July. There have been rumors that the foldable device would be unveiled to Korean media in June and released on the market in July. Last week, Samsung’s smartphone business chief Koh Dong-jin told a Korean media outlet that the phone would arrive before July. (DPA-Yonhap) However, according to Samsung and its partners, the schedule of a media event…

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#BlueforSudan: social media users show solidarity for protester

 The #blueForSudan hashtag has also been used to raise awareness about the protests in the country. Photograph: Guardian People on social media are turning their profile avatars blue and posting blue-themed artwork in memory of 26-year-old Mohamed Mattar, who was killed during an attack by security forces in Sudan at the beginning of June. The hashtag #blueforSudan has been trending internationally on Twitter as people seek to raise broader awareness of the situation in the country. The colour has been chosen because it was the Instagram avatar of Mattar, an engineering graduate.…

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Apple 

Apple’s Logic Pro X update shows just how powerful the new Mac Pro is

Apple has released an updated version of Logic Pro X, its professional music production software. The software is now souped up to show off the capabilities of the new Mac Pro, with improved responsiveness and a huge increase in the amount of tracks it can support in a project file. This is a significant upgrade for Logic — it’s gone from support for 255 stereo audio tracks, 255 software instrument tracks and 255 aux channels to 1,000 for each, and now also supports 1,000 external MIDI tracks. Other DAWs already have…

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Mobile 

Sprint and T-Mobile face another legal challenge to merger

The long-time effort by Sprint and T-Mobile to merge has hit another roadblock. New York and California’s state attorneys general filed a lawsuit seeking to block the proposed merger Tuesday, along with seven other states and the District of Columbia. The lawsuit was announced by New York Attorney General Letitia James and California Attorney General Xavier Becerra. “When it comes to corporate power, bigger isn’t always better,” said Attorney General Letitia James. Both companies’ stocks fell on the news of the lawsuit. Shares of Sprint (S) dropped more than 6%, while T-Mobile (TMUS) fell 2%. The companies did not respond…

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