Report: Apple Music revamp planned for iOS 11, service to include up to 10 original series
 A new version of Apple Music will ship later this year that puts an increased emphasis on video content, and particularly its own original video programming, according to a new report from Bloomberg out today. The piece delves into Apple’s larger video plans, and suggests that the platform may host up to 10 original shows by year-end. We already know about some of Apple efforts on… Read More ...
Here’s how to watch Acer’s 2017 press conference
Acer's 2017 press event is nearly upon us, and we're expecting news about Chromebooks, VR, laptops, gaming-focused desktops, monitors, and more. Here's how to watch it, and what to expect. The post Here’s how to watch Acer’s 2017 press conference appeared first on Digital Trends.
Do You Really Need a Mouse Pad?
Computer mice have been around in one form or another for the better part of 50 years (or longer, based on your definition of invention), and for most of that time they’ve been paired with mouse pads. But modern optical and laser mice can track on just about any surface, unless you’re somehow using your computer on a sand bed. So do those nerdy-looking pads even serve a purpose anymore?Click Here to Continue Reading...
App stores saw record revenue and downloads in Q1 2017
 Mobile applications saw a record number of downloads and revenue in the first quarter of the year, according to a new report from app store analytics firm App Annie out this morning. Across both iOS and Android, downloads grew by 15 percent year-over-year to reach nearly 25 billion worldwide – a figure that includes only new downloads, and not re-installs or downloads from prior quarters.… Read More ...
Flickr goes (more) international, adds versions for 130 countries, 10 languages
Flickr's mobile app is now available in more locations without the need for a desktop computer, as the latest app is now in 130 more international stores. New group and tagging features are also part of the update. The post Flickr goes (more) international, adds versions for 130 countries, 10 languages appeared first on Digital Trends....
How to Disable Windows 10’s Game DVR (and Game Bar)
Windows 10’s Game DVR feature can slow your gaming performance by recording video in the background. If you don’t care about recording your gameplay, disable Game DVR for performance reasons.Click Here to Continue Reading...
Vivo V5s first impressions: Still a solid selfie smartphone, but it’s not much of an upgrade
Vivo is keeping its selfie game up and is doing well in India. After launching the V5 and V5 Plus selfie smartphones, it struck a deal with IPL, creating an even stronger presence in the country. The Chinese smartphone maker today launched a bumped up version of the V5 called the V5s, which retails at Rs 18,990. The successor comes with more storage and redesigned antenna bands, and a new matte black colour variant. I used the handset for a bit at the launch event and here is what I think. Build...
Didi Chuxing adds Ofo bike sharing to its main app
 Ride hailing and bike sharing come together under one roof through Didi Chuxing’s new partnership with Ofo, the bike sharing service easily spotted in China thanks to its signature canary yellow bicycles. The team-up makes a ton of sense, given Didi’s strategic investment in Ofo from September 2016, and the way its short-term bike rentals can supplement car travel and sidestep… Read More ...
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 ...