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Apple launches public beta
Apple has already released beta versions for its next major updates to iOS, iPadOS, macOS, and tvOS. Yesterday, the company also released the watchOS to the public beta mix. So, users who have an Apple Watch Series 3, 4, or 5, can try out the latest software...
iMac
iMac users have been waiting for months to hear about an update for Apple’s 27-inch iMac, and it’s finally here. Starting with Tuesday, you can order the new and improved version of the all-in-one desktop, retailing at $1,799. The most important part of the update is undoubtedly...
Apple Map
Apple Map’s Look Around feature, the company’s answer to Google’s Street View is coming to Japan. The feature is rolled out in Japan before anywhere else and can now be found in four cities across Japan: Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, and Kyoto. The update of the feature was...
Moto E7 Plus
Last year, Motorola launched the Moto E6 Plus, an ambitious, but rather underwhelming mid-range phone. Its successor could pack a lot more punch, though. On August 3, the specs for a new E7 Plus were published on Geekbench and they sound much more impressive. The highlight is...
Sony dethrones
When Sony launched its WH-1000XM3 noise-canceling headphones back in 2018, everyone was quick to name them their top headphones pick. Some went as far as naming them their gadget of the decade, but that is still up for debate. However, no one can deny that XM3 destroyed...
PUBG Mobile
If you’re used to the smooth gaming experience of PUBG on desktop or console and the mobile version didn’t quite make it for you, now you might notice an improvement. Well, only if you’re a OnePlus user, that is. In a partnership with OnePlus, Tencent Games announced...
Android’s real-time captions
Yesterday, Google made a huge announcement: it’s Android real-time captions feature in Pixel 4A phones will soon have the ability to roll out with voice and video calls. Right now, Live Caption only works with media that users played on their phones, such as a YouTube video....
Intel Tiger Lake CPU
In July, Intel announced a notable event happening on September 2, and, after much speculation, we now know that they were talking about an event for the Intel Tiger Lake CPU. Spotted on the company’s calendar, this event will announce the launch and go into more depth...
Samsung’s 2020 Unpacked
On August 5, Samsung held an online-only Unpacked event, announcing its latest gadgets, plus a surprise for gamers. Despite several leaks, including a last-minute one revealing the entire Unpacked lineup, Samsung still had a lot to share with gadget enthusiasts at this year’s event.
Google Pixel 4a
The launch of Google Pixel 4a is literally hours away, but, as we were expecting, its specs were quite thoroughly leaked by this point. However, in these final moments, some other details, such as renders, specs, and pricing were spilled out.  Google’s upcoming mid-range...