Samsung’s latest and baddest Galaxy, the Note 9, might be the company’s most impressive Note device to date but a poll from PC Mag shows that consumers are more interested in Apple’s upcoming 2018 iPhone lineup.
Samsung, for whatever it’s worth, apparently wholeheartedly thinks it has a hit on its hands with these “Ingenius” ads.
Spotify is one of the most popular streaming music services out there, even if some reports suggest it has a high churn rate in the United States.
When Apple unveiled tvOS 12 earlier this year, the company didn’t have a huge laundry list to go through when it came to new features for its set-top box lineup.
Google’s Project Zero Security Researcher Wants Apple to Pay $2.5 Million to Charity for Reporting iOS Bugs
Ian Beer, a member of Google’s security-focused Project Zero team, wants Apple to pay a charity of his choice nearly $2.5 million for finding various exploits and bugs in iOS. Google, Microsoft, and almost every other major tech company have a bug bounty program where they give a hefty reward to anyone who discovers a bug or exploit in their products or services.
Back in 2013, Doug Field left Apple to join Tesla. Back then, he was the Hardware Vice President at Apple and jumped to Tesla to lead its vehicle engineering efforts. More recently, he oversaw the Model 3 production Now, after almost a five-year stint at Tesla, Doug is back at Apple.
A former Metropolitan Transportation Authority official has been accused of purchasing nearly $60,000 worth of iPhones using taxpayers money. The Manhattan district attorney’s office has charged the accused, Angel Barbosa, the former chief procurement officer at the MTA with grand larceny.
Yesterday, when Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 9, it proudly mentioned that the handset was a “YouTube Signature Device”. The new program from YouTube was silently launched around the same time as the Note 9’s unveiling and recommends the best smartphones for watching YouTube videos.
Google has officially brought its celebrity oriented video app, known as Cameos, to the App Store. This app lets celebrities respond to some of the frequently asked questions by fans on Google. They will even get notified when a new search query pops up, allowing them to react immediately and keep their fans updated.