Might we be seeing a Google Pixel 4a appear earlier than we thought? Right alongside the Pixel 4 at the same unveiling perhaps? That's what a codename found in the upcoming Google Camera app suggests.
9to5Google did some digging and found a reference to a "needlefish" device, alongside the "coral" and "flame" codenames that we think are linked to the Pixel 4 and the Pixel 4 XL phones.
This is mostly speculation at this point, but that "needlefish" name has popped up before alongside a reference to Qualcomm, suggesting that the device is some kind of Android gadget with [...]
Hey tech industry, we need to sit down and have a talk. There are dozens of tech products that come out that can do genuinely amazing things, but the name is so obfuscated that a lot of everyday users have no idea what's going on.
Whether its the iPhone 11 Pro Max or Intel's confusing simultaneous launch of Ice Lake and Comet Lake Ultrabook processors, keeping up with the latest in tech is getting harder by the minute. Hell, it's literally my job to keep up with the latest in this industry, and I still [...]
Between the phones' three cameras, new software options and improved processing power, the handsets are supposedly perfect for shooting content, from movies to your own little clips.Check out our thoughts on the iPhone 11 ProWhat about the iPhone 11 Pro Max?These are the best camera phones
However, while Apple announced all its ‘new' features with gusto and excitement, it seems the [...]
Hey all. This is Week-in-Review, where I give a heavy amount of analysis and/or rambling thoughts on one story while scouring the rest of the hundreds of stories that emerged on TechCrunch this week to surface my favorites for your reading pleasure.
Last week, I talked about shifting Facebook user habits and their play to take down Tinder.The big story
This week, Apple launched some new products, but really the only big surprises were how aggressively the company is moving with pricing their subscription products. The Apple TV+ product and Apple Arcade gaming subscriptions will both [...]
from Catherine Ellis
The new iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro both look pretty green. Not only are they available in an attractive mint shade and a emerald hue respectively, Apple has also made an effort to point out their environmental credentials. But how 'green' are they really?
One of the first things Apple noted during its September 10 launch event was the phones' cases. These are available in various materials, including luxury titanium and ceramic, but the standard offering is 100% recycled aluminum.
That's a good start – using recycled materials also means less mining is necessary, and aluminum can be recycled [...]
from Matt Williams, Universe Today
'Oumuamua isn't the only one.[...]
from Michelle Starr
"We have never seen anything like this in the 24 years we have studied the supermassive black hole."[...]
from Patricia Foster, The Conversation
For good, this time.[...]
It sucks in 99.96% of light.[...]
from Evan Gough, Universe Today
Every nine hours, like clockwork.[...]