The best iPhone apps (July 2020)

Habitify The new year is a perfect time to try and set some new habits in stone. Whether it’s going to the gym, taking ten minutes out of your day to go for a walk, or just remembering to water the plants, Habitify excels in helping you to remember your new habits and helps them […]

Pre-event Apple rumor roundup: A song of iPhones, iPads, and Apple TVs

The big banner feature for the new Apple TV is a full App Store and SDK for developers, which will go a long way toward opening up Apple’s TV platform—up until now, content providers had to work with Apple directly to get channels added. This should make it easier for third parties and independent content […]

Is this the end of the wallet? Apple files patent for technology that allows user to verify their identity without a passport, driver’s license or ID card

Apple filed a new patent that describes using the smartphone as a form of digital identifier that allows users to setup a verification for the documentation. Users upload their information into the system, which then verifies the claim against other databases with access to personal records

Will Apple Silicon kill the Hackintosh? The odds against a self-built MacOS Arm computer

As it pertains to transitioning processors, Apple released an OS version that still supported PowerPC a full year after the last PowerPC Mac was sold. It revised that code eight times over the next few years. The first supported release of an OS that no longer supported the old chips came out exactly four years […]

WWDC 2020: Everything Apple just announced, ranked

WWDC 2020: iOS 14 kills the biggest iPhone annoyance WWDC 2020: Apple launches iOS 14, aims for Siri overhaul, better app organization Apple will move HomeKit more deeply into your smart home in iOS 14 CNET 6. Support for developers Developers are getting code support, private forums and transition help as Mac moves to Arm. Apple knows it […]

What Does “GG” Mean, and How Do You Use It?

GGEZ is more commonly used ironically by either the winning team or the losing team. When used by the winning team, it’s generally at the end of a long and tough match that could have gone either way. When used by the losing side, it’s typically after a blowout game to indirectly compliment the winners.

Disney Plus: Everything you need to know

What product features does the service include?  Disney Plus can stream 4K Ultra HD content in Dolby Vision, HDR10 and Dolby Atmos immersive audio. You can see a title’s available formats in any of the Disney Plus apps by clicking to that show or movie’s main page and then clicking on the “details” tab. The […]

NBC’s Peacock: Prices, launch date, devices, discounts, shows and movies

Full seasons of Peacock originals.Next-day access to current seasons of returning NBC broadcast shows.Early access to NBC’s late-night talk shows. The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon will stream early on Peacock at 8 p.m. ET, followed by Late Night with Seth Meyers at 9 p.m. ET.Additional sports, like Premier League soccer.For its originals, the company […]

Samsung needs a splashy product for its splashy product launch

If the virus starts to spread within the isolation zones, though, it should be relatively easy to trace the path it traveled. In the outside world, it’s hard for people to remember where they go and who they interact with, says Angela Rasmussen, a research scientist at the Center for Infection and Immunity at the […]

The best true wireless earbuds: these are the top AirPods-alternatives today

Sony’s latest true wireless earbuds, the Sony WF-SP800N, are a triple-threat. They’re IP55-rated to be sweatproof and dustproof, but they’re also pretty good for commuters because they have active noise cancellation built in – which is rare for a workout pair of earbuds – and work well for demanding music lovers thanks to their support for […]