The Apple Card is currently winging its way to pockets across the United States, but some new owners may find it best to upgrade their wallets before it arrives. An official Apple Card support page, first spotted by MacRumors, recommends storing your new card “in a wallet, pocket, or bag made of soft materials.” Sounds […]
It looks like the second generation of Google Home Mini – now apparently rebranded as Nest Mini – will offer all the improvements we were hoping for, according to a report from 9to5Google. A “reliable source” has informed the site that not only will the Nest Mini have far better audio quality out of the […]
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You have just under a month to send direct messages via YouTube, as the site is killing the feature on September 18. A support page, spotted by 9to5Google, has popped up outlining the feature’s demise, and informing users that videos are best passed on via the standard social network share buttons on the site. “Heads […]
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On the surface of it, it may not have the big-screen lustre of the two movies about the life of Steve Jobs, but the story of Spotify is still getting its own TV series. The Hollywood Reporter reveals that The Banijay Group’s Yellow Bird UK production unit has optioned ‘Spotify Untold’, a book which plots […]
Facebook-owned Instagram will now let users report posts that contain false content in the United States. Given the cottage industry of influencers always seemingly with a camera on hand to capture implausibly perfect moments, you might think that applies to a lot of Instagram’s content. But this specifically refers to the scourge of parent company […]
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Apple’s 15-inch MacBook Pro from 2015 has followed in the ill-fated footsteps of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 by being banned on flights in the United States. In a statement given to Bloomberg, the US Federal Aviation Administration said it was “aware of the recalled batteries that are used in some Apple MacBook Pro laptops” […]
Social networking site Twitter is working on a whole host of new features. First off, the company is testing letting Android users mute notifications for between one and 12 hours. “You know when someone’s phone goes off in the theater? Or in a presentation? Or at the movies?” the company wrote in a tweet. “Don’t […]
High street bank NatWest is trialing a new type of internet banking that doesn’t require a screen or a keyboard. Five hundred of the bank’s customers are currently testing a system that lets them perform basic functions with their voice via Google Assistant. Basic means basic: for now, the trial lets customers ask Google “what’s […]
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Just because you’re awake at 4am, doesn’t mean all your friends are. But if you have an idea that just can’t wait, you face a dilemma: either risk forgetting it by sending it at a more sociable hour, or send it immediately and face justified annoyance for waking everyone up. Related: Best iPhone apps Telegram, […]
If you found yourself reading our review of Blackmagic’s rather excellent 4K Pocket Cinema Camera, but opting not to buy because that resolution was a touch too low, then we have some good news for you. The company is back with a 6K version, if you’ve got deep enough pockets to absorb the cost. Let’s […]