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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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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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 

The Mobile Workforce Of Tomorrow Is On The Way

The next generation of mobile is on the way—and sooner than we think. With lightning-fast mobile speeds, improved reliability, seamless connectivity and more, consumers and businesses alike can expect a dramatic transformation in the way people work. As mobile networks of the future take shape, tomorrow’s workforce will increasingly leverage cutting-edge technologies to simplify and accelerate work—from meetings via hologram or virtual reality to AI-enabled tools that boost efficiency across a variety of tasks. More widespread use of groundbreaking technologies like augmented and virtual reality in the modern workplace is…

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Mobile 

Mobile cyber threats on the rise, but awareness still low: Experts

Smartphones are gaining currency in the Indian market, but their owners still show apathy towards protecting themselves from cyber threats, say cyber-security experts. Lack of awareness of device vulnerability is seen as one main reason why information and data security of smartphones is not a priority, they said. According to data (mostly India-specific) from cyber security firm Quick Heal, over 3,000 Android malware are reported per day. And yet, this doesn’t show a complete picture as many attacks go unreported. Data from cyber security firm Symantec states that after the…

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Apple 

Apple Loop: New iPhone Leaks, Embarrassing iPhone Battery Problems, Frustration At The Apple Store

Taking a look back at another week of news and headlines from Cupertino, this week’s Apple Loop includes details of the iPhone XR2 design, new iPhone antenna designs, issues over battery life, Apple taking on Tile, a new Mac Pro for WWDC, and a history of Apple Store issues. Apple Loop is here to remind you of a few of the very many discussions that have happened around Apple over the last seven days (and you can read my weekly digest of Android news here on Forbes). iPhone XR2 Design…

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Apple 

The man who predicted Antennagate is no longer at Apple

Apple’s had a few public embarrassments in recent years — AirPower, the MacBook’s unreliable butterfly keyboard, and the iPhone slowdown saga come to mind — but it’s been a minute since since the original tech scandal of “Antennagate,” when the iPhone 4 had a tendency to drop calls if you held it in certain ways. Today, The Information is reporting (and AppleInsider is corroborating) that Apple VP of engineering and wireless specialist Rubén Caballero has left the company, which is notable for a couple of reasons. First, The Information reports he was the driving force behind Apple’s in-house 5G modem…

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samsung 

Samsung Galaxy J4+ and J6+ are the latest phones getting Android Pie update

Samsung recently rolled out the Android Pie update for the Galaxy J8 in India, and now, this South Korean tech giant is seeding this latest version of Android for two more smartphones – Galaxy J4+ and Galaxy J6+. The update weighs more than 1GB in size and carries security patch that’s dated April 1, 2019. It also comes with One UI which is the latest iteration of Samsung’s custom Android skin. That said, unlike previous rollouts, Samsung has this time released Android Pie in multiple markets. The Galaxy J4+ is receiving it in Ukraine, Thailand,…

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Apple 

Apple recalls AC wall plug parts for Hong Kong, Singapore, and the U.K.

Apple has just announced a recall, and it’s not the most obvious of items — MacBooks with problematic keyboards and display cables — but rather wall plug adapters designed for use in Hong Kong, Singapore, and the United Kingdom. The company says it’s aware of six incidents of users being shocked by the old adapters and is recalling them for immediate replacement. As shown in the image above, the distinctive three-prong wall adapters all use thick metal blades, as compared with U.S. three-prong connectors that have two thinner blades and a circular grounding prong. Apple shipped…

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Mobile phone recycling 

Sell your phone when you pop to the shops

If you’ve got an old mobile phone squirreled away in a drawer, you’re not alone. Us Brits have £6.86 billion worth of unused mobile phones gathering dust in our homes, according to research from the tech buying and selling website, musicMagpie. As only around half of us will end up recycling them, there are a lot of old phones out there going to waste. However, Gazelle is hoping to change all that with its automated kiosks, which pay out for old phones in a matter of minutes. Make money from old tech When…

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