Tesla’s big Autopilot update is now active on newer cars

by News on January 21, 2017, no comments

Tesla’s Enhanced Autopilot has been months in the making, but it’s finally here — no, for real this time. After days of laying dormant, the upgrade is now active for all HW2-era (that is, self-driving capable) Model S and Model X vehicles with Autop…

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New report sheds more light on the iPhone 8’s facial recognition feature

by News on January 21, 2017, no comments

By Yoni Heisler

iPhone 8 Rumors

With 2017 in full swing, we’re already starting to see a noticeable uptick in the number of iPhone 8 rumors coming through the pipeline. Just a few days ago, a report surfaced indicating that Apple’s next-gen iPhone may include an advanced form of facial recognition technology, capable of even discerning specific emotional states. Bolstering this report is a new research note from reputed analyst Ming Chi-Kuo who sheds even more light on Apple’s upcoming smartphone plans.

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Twitter apologizes for #POTUS screw up

by News on January 21, 2017, no comments

By Alan F.

With all the excitement surrounding the presidential inauguration on Friday, Twitter apparently took its eye off the ball. Many subscribers who have no intention of following the new president discovered that all of a sudden they were receiving the latest pearls of wisdom from Donald J. Trump, misspellings and all. This was considered such a serious breach on the part of the social-media company, that CEO and co-founder Jack Dorsey was trotted out to explain what happened.

Dorsey said that once the clock struck noon on Friday, the @POTUS Twitter account that President Obama had been using …

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Google rolls out Instant Tethering for your Android devices

by News on January 21, 2017, no comments

The latest version of Google Play Services comes with a feature that can ensure all your devices are always online. Austrian journalist Andreas Proschofsky has posted a screenshot on his Google+ account showing a new feature called “Instant Tethering…

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The future of Nokia’s Z Android launcher is uncertain

by News on January 21, 2017, no comments

By Florin T.

In 2014, when Nokia introduced its Android-based N1 tablet, it also released its very own Android launcher. Called Nokia Z, the launcher was made available to download via Google Play, where anyone can still find it (and get it for free). However, the Z Launcher is not exactly a finished product, as it’s in beta stage.

With Nokia getting ready to start selling multiple Android smartphones this year, we were thinking that the Z Launcher would perhaps be updated, improved, and made ready to be installed on the upcoming phones out of the box. But that’s not going to happen. NokiaMob contacted …

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Affordable LG X230 gets certified, global launch seems imminent

by News on January 21, 2017, no comments

By Cosmin V.

LG launched a couple of entry-level Android smartphones earlier this week, such as the X300 and Aristo. The former has been introduced in South Korea, while the latter made its way to the United States via MetroPCS and T-Mobile.

If we are to compare the two devices, they are almost the same aside from the fact that the LG X300 packs 2GB RAM and the LG Aristo comes with only 1.5GB RAM inside.

Now, a new affordable smartphone from LG is about to hit the shelves, the X230. Judging by its name alone, the LG X230 could be an even lower version of the X300.

LG X230 has been recently …

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