Month

April 2018

How to Stream the 2018 NFL Draft

The NFL Draft begins tonight. This is the event where college football players across the country get drafted by NFL teams.

iTunes Comes to the Windows 10 App Store

Today is the day where once again, iTunes has found its way back to the Windows. As of today, iTunes is now available to download for free in the Windows 10 app store.

Intel Rumoured To Be Providing 70% of LTE Chips for the 2018 iPhone Lineup

As Apple reportedly prepare for the 2018 iPhone Lineup, recent rumours have been saying that Intel will be providing at least 70% of the LTE Chipsets for the new iPhones.

iOS 11.3.1 and macOS High Sierra 10.13.1

Yesterday Apple released the newest update of iOS 11, iOS 11.3.1. At just over 49 megabytes the minor update includes a major fix for iPhone 8 users who’s iPhones were left without touchscreen functionality due to aftermarket or third party… Continue Reading →

Review: ESPN+

No, this is not the channel from the early 2000’s that we are reviewing 10 years too late. This is the new ESPN+ streaming service that was just launched less than two weeks ago. 

Apple Hires Samsung Executive to Lead South Korea Business

Apple Inc. hired a new leader for its business in South Korea, home to its biggest rival and a country where the iPhone maker has struggled with regulators. Brandon Yoon, a veteran Microsoft Corp. executive and most recently a vice… Continue Reading →

Review: Philo TV

When you think of live TV streaming services, you probably think of services like Sling TV, PlayStation Vue, DirecTV Now or YouTube TV. However, Philo TV is one of the newer streaming services out there and believe it or not,… Continue Reading →

Barnes and Noble to Start Accepting Apple Pay on April 24th

According to the Framingham, Massachusets Barnes and Noble Twitter account, on April 24, Barnes and Noble will begin accepting Apple Pay in their retail stores. 

Apple May Be Stuck With Pricier Samsung Displays for 2018 iPhones

Apple used LCDs on every iPhone until last year, when it finally moved to OLED for the iPhone X. Apple reportedly intends to use more OLED panels for this year’s iPhone refresh, but sources indicate the company’s plans to source… Continue Reading →

Apple unveils new iPhone recycling robot named ‘Daisy’

Underscoring Apple’s commitment towards the environment and its ongoing effort to be as eco-friendly as possible, the company earlier today announced a new disassembly robot designed to take device recycling to the next level. Dubbed Daisy, the robot is designed to… Continue Reading →

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