Apple Just Released iOS 11 Developer Beta 5

Apple just dropped a brand new beta for your favorite iOS update of the year. While iOS 11 isn’t coming out until September, the company has been testing the new version for a couple of months already. I still don’t recommend installing the beta on a device you use every day, unless you’re willing to live with bugs, crashes and poor performance.

 

  • 08/08/2017

World’s First Cinema LED Display

Samsung has been the market leader in the TV manufacturing industry for more than 10 years now, having the highest market share at 21.6% (via Statista). The company is also the largest manufacturer of LCD panels and they practically dominate the AMOLED display market (Source: ColdFusion).  Well, now it is all about cinema displays! Last month, the company announced installing its first commercial cinema LED screen in Korea, at Lotte Cinema World Tower. The display is an HDR (high dynamic range) LED theater display, that offers “true-to-life” audio thanks to the recent acquisition of Harman. 

  • 08/08/2017

Google Might Kill URLs In Mobile Search and Ruin Things For Everyone

One employee at "TheNextWeb" noticed a very weird change in google's search engine and reported as follows:

"Our own Napier Lopez spotted an odd change in Google’s search service on Android today: search results don’t include URLs like they used to. Instead, they only display the page’s title, a thumbnail of a featured image from the site, and a blurb.

It isn’t clear if Google is merely running a test or gradually rolling out a change. But it’s hard to see how this helps anyone, besides making the interface a bit cleaner."

  • 04/08/2017

Dell's Latest Laptop is the World's First that Can Charge Wirelessly

Dell announced on Tuesday its Latitude 7285 laptop, which the company says is the world's first laptop that can charge wirelessly.

To work, you'd need the Latitude 7825's wireless charging keyboard, as well as the wireless charging mat, which are both sold separately in a combo for $550 on top of the Latitude 7825's base $1,200 price tag.

  • 01/08/2017

Here’s an Early Look at the Samsung Galaxy Note 8

We’re just weeks away from Samsung’s next major launch event on August 23, and already we have a full visual of the device it is expected to unveil — the Galaxy Note 8.

That’s courtesy of prolific smartphone leaker Evan Blass  who correctly detailed Samsung’s Galaxy S8 before it was announced earlier this year — and a couple of photos of the apparently upcoming phone that he posted on Twitter. We don’t have precise specs at this point, but we can deduce a few things from the top image beyond the dual-camera-dual-flash array on the reverse. It looks like the Note 8 will sport a fingerprint scanner on its backside next to the camera, like the Galaxy S8, while it appears it will also borrow the S8’s Bixby button on its right side.

  • 01/08/2017

Top Mobile App Development Trends in 2021

It’s no secret that mobile apps are among the fastest-growing sectors of the world’s technology infrastructure with 2.1 million Android apps and 2 million iOS apps now available on leading app stores. With a diverse array of use cases encompassing everything from direct-to-consumer service delivery to business-to-business communication.

  • 15/02/2021

10 Apps To Connect Your PC to Android Devices

When you’re a vivid smartphone user, you may need to connect your device to your PC or Mac. Maybe you wish to backup your photos and videos, extract some crucial data, or extract files to free space on your device. Or maybe you wish to check your calls and messages or remote-control your device.

  • 01/02/2021