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Apple To Require All New Apps To Support iPhone X By April 1

The days of wonky-looking apps on the iPhone X are coming to a close. Beginning April 1, Apple will require all new apps in the Apple Store to natively support iPhone X Super Retina display. Developers will also have to build new iOS apps with iOS 11 SDK or later, and construct new Apple Watch

Android Messages Would Now Allow You To Send Text Messages From Your Computer

Google might finally be bringing its default messaging app on Android up to speed with Apple’s iMessage. It looks like a future version of the app will include a web-based counterpart to the Android Messages app, according to code buried in the latest version of the Android Messages app that was unearthed by XDA Developers.

Facebook Is Testing A New Feature

Facebook comments may be on the verge of getting a whole lot easier. Ever the innovator, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg appears to have found a way to transfer all the bickering in your feed into something much more orderly. Specifically, downvotes. Recently various people took to Twitter to voice their surprise at a new feature

Now Fly On Electric Air Taxis

In a recent development, a California-based company is working on a five-seater all-electric passenger plane that will move from prototype to viable air taxi. But it’s moving to pre-production thanks to a new injection of cash announced recently from various investors including JetBlue’s and Toyota’s new venture arms. The $100 million in new funding could

Google Would Now Predict Flight Delays

The only thing worse than missing your flight is arriving on time just to realize the flight’s been delayed for a couple of hours, and there’s nothing you can do besides sip expensive airport coffee and worry about missing a meeting and/or a connecting flight. Google’s excellent Flights service has a new feature that should

Now Google’s ‘Clips’ Camera Available Online

Google’s clips camera, which uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to figure out when it should take a picture or video, is now available for purchase on the Google Store. However, the $249 tiny clip-on camera will not be delivered immediately. Choosing the fastest expedited shipping option will deliver the device by February 27. The clip-on camera

Uber Inching Closer To Make Autonomous Vehicles

Uber plans to carry passengers in autonomous vehicles without human backup drivers in about the same time frame as competitors, which expect to be on the road at the latest sometime next year, the service’s autonomous vehicle chief said Wednesday. Advanced Technology Group leader Eric Meyhofer wouldn’t give a specific start date but he said

Samsung Is Adding FM Radio Chip To Upcoming Phones

Months after the FCC badgered Apple to do it, Samsung is finally unlocking the FM radio chip in its next smartphone models. The company has announced that its upcoming devices will contain unlocked FM radio chips. Samsung phone users will be able to access local FM radio through apps like NextRadio, which connects smartphones to

WhatsApp To Soon Get An Instagram Like Feature

If you use both Instagram and WhatsApp, Facebook is likely to soon roll out a new feature for you. The feature is surely to please Instagram lovers. The company is reportedly testing a new feature that will allow Instagram users to share Instagram Stories directly on WhatsApp, as WhatsApp Status. However, they will still have

Japanese Scientists Working On A New Robot

In a latest development, Japanese scientists are hard at work trying to create the only kind of robot that matters in this hopeless hellworld: one capable of pulling off an inspirational training montage, glistening robo-muscles and all. Researchers at the University of Tokyo’s Johou Systems Kougaku laboratory designed their robots to not only look like

YouTube Reportedly Working On A New Service

YouTube-perhaps the largest repository of free music on the planet-plans to introduce a paid music subscription service in March. Not all, however, are optimistic. The project, named remix internally, may be an attempt to quell tensions with the recording industry. Publishers, labels, and artists alike have long accused YouTube and other services of hurting their