With 5G networks set to start expanding in 2019, it looks like Intel will be a little behind in supporting the technology. This likely means that Apple's 2019 iPhones won't support it either.
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Nvidia has launched its latest non-RTX graphics card in the form of the GTX 1660 Ti. The card is aimed at gamers on a budget and offers a performance similar to that of the GTX 1070.
A new rumor claims that Microsoft and Nintendo are working together to bring Xbox Game Pass to the Switch. The majority of games would run through Project xCloud, but some might be ported over.
A security researcher recently discovered a security vulnerability in WinRAR which let an attacker extract malicious files into the Windows startup folder, and the developer has now fixed it.
A new report claims that Apple and Goldman Sachs may jointly launch a new credit card that tightly integrates into the Wallet app for finance management. Cashback offers are also planned.
HMD Global isn't done with Android updates for the week, as the low-end Nokia 2.1 is getting its own dose of Pie today. It's the company's first Android Go phone to get a major software update.
Along with its new flagship smartphones, Samsung today announced a range of wearables. These are the Galaxy Buds, the Galaxy Watch Active, and the Galaxy Fit, which comes in two models.
Samsung has announced its first foldable smartphone at Unpacked, the Galaxy Fold. It comes with a 7.3-inch foldable screen on the inside and a smaller external screen for one-handed use.
Microsoft To-Do for Windows 10 is catching up with the Android version of the app with support for multiple accounts. The feature is currently only available for Windows Insiders, though.
After a major bug fixing update in January, the team behind GRIP: Combat Racing is ready to add new content next month. The game will be getting four new tracks and new team modes.
HMG Global has unleashed a flurry of software updates for its phones today, bringing Android Pie to the 2017 Nokia 6, as well for the Indian variant of the Nokia 8. The Nokia 2 can now get Oreo, too.
Microsoft today released a new build of Windows Admin Center for those in the Insider program. The latest release introduces shared connection lists and new software-defined networking tools.
Google today announced the launch of a new top-level domain aimed at developers, designers, and more. It will officially launch at the end of the month, but you can get it right now at an extra cost.
Google has begun sending out press invites for a keynote at the Game Developers Conference in March. Details about the keynote weren't given, but it's possible that it will focus on Project Stream.
There's not much more we don't know about Samsung's upcoming flagships, but the company decided to show them off again in a commercial. The phones will be officially announced tomorrow.
A new leak shows off one of Samsung's first-party accessories for the upcoming Galaxy S10 smartphones, and it looks like the firm will be offering some sparkle for its newest flagships.
EE has offered a little more detail on its plans to roll out its 5G networks, saying it's now aiming for a summer launch. You'll be paying "a few pounds more" if you want that extra speed, though.
Microsoft has been embracing open-source software development to a large degree of significance lately, and the firm is looking to adopt even more of those principles in the future.
Microsoft 365 seems to be having another outage this week, this time hitting the Teams platform, with many users reporting issues with logging in. Microsoft says it's investigating the issue.
The Skype desktop app has received an update for Insiders, moving the in-call chat panel to the right side of the screen. This means you can see that chat and your conversation list at the same time.
A new report claims that Nintendo may be planning to announce some form of virtual reality content for its hybrid console as soon as this year, and it could start with a new Nintendo Labo experience.
A couple of patents published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office show that Microsoft has been working on ways to add eye tracking and improving the field of view of the HoloLens.
Electronic Arts is giving Xbox One and PC owners the chance to get started with their journey in Anthem a week earlier than everyone else, with a First Play Trial available on EA and Origin Access.
Nintendo today announced that its hybrid console will exclusively receive Dragon Quest XI S, the definitive edition of the RPG title that released worldwide on the PlayStation 4 and PC last year.
As part of today's Nintendo Direct presentation, Nintendo announced a remake of GameBoy classic The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening, which is coming to the Nintendo Switch sometime this year.
During the Direct presentation today, Nintendo announced some new free and paid content that's on the way to the sandbox-style platformer Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker on the Nintendo Switch.
Nintendo has shed some more light on Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3, introducing the Captain Marvel character in the game. A time frame for the release was also announced, and that's the summer of 2019.
Nintendo has announced the sequel to the level builder game Super Mario Maker that released on the Wii U in 2015. Super Mario Maker 2 arrives on the Nintendo Switch in June of this year.
Twitter has updated its Progressive Web App, which is also its official app for Windows 10 devices, with a new emoji picker for Direct Messages, as well as improved image cropping, and more.
Microsoft is today rolling out version 1902 of the Xbox One software, which mostly focuses on small improvements to the user experience. Bigger changes should come with version 1904 in April.
Microsoft is today releasing Windows Server Insider Preview build 18334, falling in line with last week's Windows 10 build. This release only includes a single new feature in addition to bug fixes.
As has become tradition over the past few weeks, Microsoft is today releasing a new Windows 10 SDK Preview build to match the Insider build released last Friday. There are no major changes, though.
Nintendo has finally announced the first Direct presentation for 2019, which many fans have been waiting for. It will take place tomorrow and focus mostly on Switch titles, including Fire Emblem.
Amazon is making a new push for its smart home business with the acquisition of eero, a company that makes mesh Wi-Fi systems, helping users cover the entire home with the network.
A security research firm discovered a vulnerability in a plug-in for WordPress which allowed anyone who can create new user accounts to take over the website and gain access to admin settings.
Since Apple ditched the MagSafe connector in its MacBooks in favor of USB Type-C, some companies have tried to replicate the magnetic connector with adapters. The ThunderMag is the latest attempt.
A new rumor suggests that Apple's long-overdue iPad Mini refresh will look a lot like its predecessor, with most changes happening on the inside. The tablet could be powered by Apple's A10 or A10X.
Reddit has announced a new funding round that granted the company $300 million, half of which come from China's Tencent. Reddit is now worth $3 billion, a major jump from $1.8 billion in 2017.
Google is rolling out version 72 of Chrome OS to supported devices with a handful of new features, including improvements to the Chrome browser, Android app shortcuts, plus Backup and Sync.
A new report indicates that the online retail giant is reconsidering its plans to open headquarters in New York. The project has been facing strong opposition from some politicians.