Feeling drained? Here’s how to check, recharge, and replace your car’s dead battery
When it comes to car problems, nothing is ever convenient. Fortunately, as unexpected automotive obstacles go, a zapped battery is easy to address. In this article, we’ll cover how to check your battery’s voltage, how to recharge it, and how to replace it if needed. The post Feeling drained? Here’s how to check, recharge, and replace your car’s dead battery appeared first on Digital Trends....
How to Turn Off Public Wi-Fi Notifications in iOS
One of iOS’ little annoyances is its need to pop up a notification every time it discovers a new Wi-Fi network. Here’s how to turn that off.Click Here to Continue Reading...
How to Turn Off Public Wi-Fi Notifications in iOS
One of iOS’ little annoyances is its need to pop up a notification every time it discovers a new Wi-Fi network. Here’s how to turn that off.Click Here to Continue Reading...
How to Turn Off Public Wi-Fi Notifications in iOS
One of iOS’ little annoyances is its need to pop up a notification every time it discovers a new Wi-Fi network. Here’s how to turn that off.Click Here to Continue Reading...
How to Turn Off Public Wi-Fi Notifications in iOS
One of iOS’ little annoyances is its need to pop up a notification every time it discovers a new Wi-Fi network. Here’s how to turn that off.Click Here to Continue Reading...
How to Turn Off Public Wi-Fi Notifications in iOS
One of iOS’ little annoyances is its need to pop up a notification every time it discovers a new Wi-Fi network. Here’s how to turn that off.Click Here to Continue Reading...
How to Turn Off Public Wi-Fi Notifications in iOS
One of iOS’ little annoyances is its need to pop up a notification every time it discovers a new Wi-Fi network. Here’s how to turn that off.Click Here to Continue Reading...
Analysts expect Apple services revenue to reach $7 billion
Focusing on software and services in addition to its flagship hardware, Apple services revenue in the second quarter is expected to reach $7 billion. “While the iPhone remains Apple’s biggest top-line contributor by far, services such as Apple Care and Apple Music surpassed the Mac last year, as revenues topped $24 billion,” technology website marketwatch.com reported. Revenue from services, which represents Apple’s most profitable business segment, is expected to climb 1...
Nintendo has sold 2.74M Switches, expects to sell around 10M next year
 Nintendo has sold 2.74 million Switches to date, the first official number released by the company by way of its FY 2016 earnings report, released on Thursday. The total hardware units sold have also led to decent game sales – 5.46 million total across the library, but Zelda: Breath of the Wild looks to be the only real breakout hit for the console with 2.76 million Switch units sold,… Read More ...
An iPhone Switcher’s Guide to Choosing Your First Android Phone
So you’ve been thinking about dabbling in that water for a while now. You’re wondering, “what’s life like on the other side?” Switching from iPhone to Android can be daunting, though, because you have so much more choice—how could you possibly choose from so many phones? We’re here to help.Click Here to Continue Reading...
Indian geeks develop algorithm to grade fruits
Just imagine deploying latest techniques in image processing to know if a fruit is of good quality. A couple of Indian computer scientists have just done this by developing an automated defect detection technique for fruits. Shape, size, colour and texture are important grading parameters to find quality of a fruit. One of the major tasks in post-harvest processing of oranges is classification of fruits based on their external appearance and determination of skin defects. Manual quality check fo...
TransferWise moves into Asia Pacific with opening of regional HQ in Singapore
 TransferWise, the billion-dollar valued startup that reduces the cost of cross-border payments, has taken a big step to globalizing its service after it opened an Asia Pacific office in Singapore. The UK-based service was started in 2010 by Estonian entrepreneurs Kristo Kaarmann and Taavet Hinrikus, its CEO, as a method for sending money from country to country more efficiently. It… Read More ...
BlackBerry KeyOne: Our first take
BlackBerry's next smartphone is the KeyOne -- a promising Android phone targeted toward people who prefer physical keyboards. The company just postponed its release date to the end of May. The post BlackBerry KeyOne: Our first take appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tesla has lost its top safety ranking to Lexus as Model S slumps to third spot
Tesla Inc has lost its top safety rating from Consumer Reports, which said the electric carmaker failed to install an emergency braking feature that it promised to owners as standard equipment. The magazine, which provides an annual rating of vehicles sold in the United States, said the Tesla Model S sedan was losing its top ranking in the ultra-luxury car category, falling to third place behind the Lexus LS and BMW 7 Series. In a statement, Tesla said it had begun enabling the automatic emergen...
Samsung posts 48% profit jump — but it’s all down to components not smartphones
 Despite the Galaxy Note 7 saga and the arrest of its defacto head on bribery charges, Samsung’s business has bounced back. The company just announced its first quarter financial results, and they are as impressive as it had forecast earlier this month. Operating profit for the quarter rose by 48 percent year-on-year to reach 9.9 trillion KRW, or approximately $8.7 billion. That makes… Read More ...
Samsung posts 48% profit jump — but it’s all down to components not smartphones
 Despite the Galaxy Note 7 saga and the arrest of its defacto head on bribery charges, Samsung’s business has bounced back. The company just announced its first quarter financial results, and they are as impressive as it had forecast earlier this month. Operating profit for the quarter rose by 48 percent year-on-year to reach 9.9 trillion KRW, or approximately $8.7 billion. That makes… Read More ...
If you’ve never considered a cruise before, you will now
If the idea of a cruise has always failed to float your boat, then might you be persuaded if you were told that on the top deck of your ship is a two-level, Ferrari-branded go-kart track? The post If you’ve never considered a cruise before, you will now appeared first on Digital Trends.
Nasa’s Dawn spacecraft encounters malfunction in reaction wheel while observing Ceres
Nasa’s Dawn spacecraft encountered a glitch while preparing for its scheduled observation of Ceres on April 29 from an “opposition” position, directly between the dwarf planet’s mysterious Occator Crater and the sun. The malfunction will not significantly impact Dawn’s rest of the extended mission, Nasa said in a statement on Wednesday. One of Dawn’s two remaining reaction wheels stopped functioning on April 23. By electrically changing the speed at which thes...
China’s Didi Chuxing is raising up to $6 billion at a valuation of over $50 billion
 Didi Chuxing, the on-demand giant that drove Uber out of China, is set to become the world’s second-highest valued tech startup. Beijing-based Didi is in the process of raising a round that could reach as high as $6 billion at a valuation that would exceed $50 billion, a source with knowledge of discussions told TechCrunch. That’s not far from Uber itself, which is said to… Read More ...
Where are all the buttons? B&O’s minimalist P2 speaker finds another way
For its newest P2 Bluetooth speaker, B&O Play has "dared to erase," meaning it has taken away all the non-essentials, and left us with a sleek design, intuitive touch controls, and its signature sound quality. The post Where are all the buttons? B&O’s minimalist P2 speaker finds another way appeared first on Digital Trends....