Fortnite on iOS receives 60 FPS support, Android to receive it at a later date

Fortnite on iOS receives 60 FPS support, Android to receive it at a later date

Image credit: source Fortnite players on iOS devices can now play the game in 60 FPS, game developer Epic Games announced yesterday on their blog. The first iOS devices compatible with the extended frame rate are iPhones XS, XS Max, and XR. Epic said 60 FPS support for iPad Pro will come with the next […]

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WhatsApp for Android Starts Previewing Text Shared From Other Apps

Image credit: source WhatsApp has upgraded its multi-share feature on Android with the ability to preview the text you share with two or more contacts from third-party apps. The new development works similar to how the instant messaging app started previewing a message or media you forward to two or more chats. It is initially […]

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WhatsApp iOS beta gets support for video playback directly from notifications panel

Image credit: source The possibility to view videos directly in the push notification is available for any WhatsApp iOS beta users having 2.18.102.5 version installed WhatsApp is testing the ability to play videos sent to the user directly from the notifications panel for iOS beta. As per a tweet by WABetaInfo, the possibility to view […]

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Mark Zuckerberg reportedly ordered all Facebook executives to use Android phones

Mark Zuckerberg reportedly ordered all Facebook executives to use Android phones

Image credit: source Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg ordered his management team to only use Android phones, according to The New York Times. The decision reportedly occurred after Apple CEO Tim Cook criticized Facebook in an MSNBC interview for being a service that traffics “in your personal life.” In those comments made back in March, Cook […]

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Manual Android backup to Google Drive option rolling out now

Image credit: source Google Drive keeps tabs on a lot of your Android phone’s data like text messages, app data, contacts, and in some cases call history. However, there’s never been an option to manually back up your data. Android phones automatically backup to Drive when the phone is plugged into the charger and connected […]

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Real fake news: First artificial intelligence anchor makes debut

Image credit: source Real fake news: First artificial intelligence anchor makes debut KPLC Watch: China Shows Off Artificial Intelligence Journalist Who Promises ‘Brand-New News Experience’ Newsweek Op-Ed: China’s artificial intelligence anchor man reads the news Digital Journal China Xinhua News on Twitter: “Xinhua AI anchor, launched on Wednesday, starts presenting news reports from … Twitter […]

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Apple issues fifth developer betas of iOS 12, tvOS 12, macOS 10.14 Mojave, and watchOS 5

First watchOS 5.1.2, second iOS 12.1.1 & tvOS 12.1.1 developer betas arrive

Image credit: source   By Malcolm Owen Wednesday, November 07, 2018, 01:17 pm PT (04:17 pm ET) Apple on Wednesday has issued its second developer betas for iOS 12.1.1 and tvOS 12.1.1 for testing, and has started the beta cycle for the Apple Watch once more with the first developer beta for watchOS 5.1.2. The […]

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When Artificial Intelligence Creates Art, Who Owns It?

Image credit: source When artificial intelligence produces a work of art, who owns the final product? Not the AI machines — not yet.  There are still a lot of human components that play a part. I mean, if a judge didn’t give this monkey copyright to his own selfie, then a machine can’t technically own anything either.  […]

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Twitter Redesigns iOS App for One-Handed Scrolling

Twitter Redesigns iOS App for One-Handed Scrolling – Search Engine Journal

Image credit: source Twitter has rolled out a subtle redesign of its iOS app, making it more convenient to use for those who hold their device one-handed. The compose button has been moved to the bottom right-hand corner and “floats” as users scroll down their timeline. That means the button is always available to quickly […]

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