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Instagram Adds Long-Awaited Feature for iPhone Users

Instagram has added a long-awaited feature specifically for iOS/iPhone users. Despite being one of the most popular apps in the world, Facebook is actually pretty slow to update Instagram. It often takes months, sometimes years, for basic and in-demand features to be added. And to be fair to Instagram, this is how most social media apps work (just ask every Twitter user about the edit button). That said, today the long […]

todayJuly 1, 2022


Android Uses Drake’s “Texts Go Green” to Keep Pitching RCS to Apple

To start the weekend, Drake released a new album titled “Honestly, Nevermind,” a super vibey summer dance album that is unlike almost anything the rapper has released. Whether the singsongy form of Drake is your favorite or not, at least one of the songs helped spark an Android moment. The third track on the album is called “Texts Go Green,” a reference to green bubbles in Apple’s iMessage. Drake is […]

todayJune 21, 2022


Microsoft is bringing Xbox Game Pass cloud streaming to smart TVs

Microsoft is releasing an Xbox app for smart TVs, enabling consumers to stream Xbox video games even if they don’t own consoles. Microsoft said Thursday that it will first bring the app to Samsung’s 2022 smart TVs and then expand distribution to other manufacturers. It’s a bold bet for Microsoft, after Xbox’s hardware revenue jumped 92% last year. The company said the app will be available starting June 30, in 27 countries. […]

todayJune 9, 2022


Sonic Frontiers shows off seven minutes of open world gameplay

Sega has released a look at the world and exploration of Sonic Frontiers, giving us a glimpse of just what it might be like to go fast, open world style. The video from IGN shows Sonic ascending to the top of some ruins before heading out into Frontiers' open world, which has drawn the inevitable comparisons to Breath of the Wild. Although, as Graham noted after yesterday's much briefer teaser, it's all […]

todayJune 2, 2022


God Of War: Ragnarok Will Include More Than 60 New Accessibility Features

God of War: Ragnarok developer Santa Monica Studio has detailed how accessibility features have been expanded for the sequel. Using the previous God of War's accessibility features, the studio has added more than 60 ways to adjust gameplay and make the title more approachable. Some of the new systems include more customization options for subtitles, expanded sound effects captions, and a fully re-engineered and responsive user interface. These elements have […]

todayMay 19, 2022


iPods are selling for thousands on eBay as Apple announces it’s discontinuing them

This week Apple announced that it is discontinuing the iPod – one of its most successful products that revolutionised the way we listen to music. Apple launched its first iPod Classic back in 2001 with a $399 price tag, which shocked fans who had become accustomed to using significantly cheaper portable CD players and Walkmans. Fast-forward almost 21 years to today, and your old iPods could now be worth an eye-watering amount […]

todayMay 11, 2022


All VRR Optimised Games for PS5

What are all VRR optimised games for PS5? Variable Refresh Rate is a feature for PlayStation 5 that works in tandem with compatible televisions to smooth out performance hiccups that can occur in games. You'll be able to apply this technology to all of your games by enabling a toggle in your system's settings. However, many games have been further updated to take full advantage of the feature. On this page, as part […]

todayApril 27, 2022


Forget Spotify — Apple Music just got a big upgrade for Android

It’s easy to dismiss Apple Music if you’re an Android user, especially since the iPhone version of the app seems to get all the attention. But anyone looking to leave Spotify for a new streaming service shouldn’t dismiss it so quickly — certainly not when there’s a big update on the way. The latest beta version of Apple Music has started rolling out to Android users (via 9to5Google). With it […]

todayFebruary 11, 2022 2


Microsoft still working on 3D emoji for Windows 11

Microsoft appears to still be working on true 3D emoji for Windows after first teasing it last year and then only shipping 2D versions in Windows 11. Nando Costa, a distinguished designer at Microsoft, revealed recently that the company is still working on making Windows 11’s emoji look more 3D. On Friday, Costa authored a blog post on Microsoft’s new direction for its emoji system, detailing the company’s push towards […]

todayJanuary 31, 2022

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