2017

The Samsung Galaxy S8 is, in my opinion, the best looking phone on the market right now. And yes, it’s better than the iPhone X.

The iPhone 8 has the same familiar look that feels outdated. Not a bad looking phone, let’s be honest. But it just feels outdated.

That being said, I would still choose the iPhone 8 Plus over the iPhone X any day. I’d rather wait for iPhone XI, maybe even iPhone XII.

But let’s get back to whats available right now. The gorgeous Samsung S8 and the familiar-looking iPhone 8 with near identical iPhone X specs.

How do the two flagships ( yes Apple calls the iPhone 8 a flagship phone ) compare? Jump over the break to check out the video…

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2017

The new Apple TV can stream HD 4K TV. Apple’s new hardware puts the company on equal footing with Roku, Amazon, and Chrome, all of which already offer devices capable of 4K streaming.

Apple TV 4K will be available on September 22nd for $179 with 32GB of internal storage or $199 with 64GB.

Watch The Verge‘s review below…

2017

iOS 11 introduced an entirely revamped App Store. To highlight some of the major changes in the new App Store, Apple released a series of videos which you can check after the break…

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2017

iOS 11 was released yesterday and it comes with all sorts of new updates and improvements. But if you have an older device, will the new operating system slow it down?

Jump over the break to check out a speed test between iOS 10.3.3 and iOS 11, on ALL supported iPhones.

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2017

Following today’s release of iOS 11, Apple published three videos to show you how to use some of the new features in the new operating system.

Jump over the break to check out the videos…

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2017

The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are both available for pre-order now with a release date set to September 22. The phones feature Apple’s A11 Bionic Chip, Wireless Charging, Improved cameras (dual camera + portrait mode on the 8 plus), iOS 11 and more!

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2017

Today, Tuesday September 19, Apple has officially released iOS 11 to the public. First revealed at Apples WWDC back in June, the new iOS includes quite a few new features and updates like a completely overhauled App Store, a new version of Siri, looping Live Photos, and a new “Do Not Disturb While Driving” feature.

Jump over the break to check what what’s notably new in iOS 11….

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2017

In the beginning, man created the internet. He connected computers through cables, and later the airwaves, that were at a considerable distance from each other, and gave them language so they could communicate, share information, and grow. And man saw that it was good.

But soon enough, annoying things started sneaking into the idyllic world of the great online. Internet advertising was invented, and this led to the appearance of the first annoying thing: the blinking banner.

Soon enough, more annoying inventions snuck into the paradisiacal world of the internet: pop-ups, overlays, all-caps, and entitled individuals shouting their point of view through the airwaves. Even though the majority has fought to have them disappeared, the annoying things keep popping out of nowhere, turning an otherwise informative and enjoyable experience – browsing the web – into a chain of annoyances and disappointments.

Here is a list of the most annoying things one can stumble upon online in the summer of 2017.

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2017

Apple II’s 40th anniversary comes next month, and you can start celebrate early. Adam Savage’s Tested invited game developer Chris Larkin who has found the perfect project for the $9 CHIP computer: turning it into a mini Apple II replica that emulates the classic computer.

Jump over the break to check out the video and get the files and plans to build your own Apple II Mini here

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2017

At WWDC 2017, Apple unveiled iOS 11 which sets a new standard for what is already the world’s most advanced mobile operating system. It makes iPhone better than before. It makes iPad more capable than ever. And now it opens up both to amazing possibilities for augmented reality in games and apps.

Some of the ground features were covered by Apple in the keynote, but there are tons and tons of small, hidden features and updates that they failed to mention.

Jump over the break to learn about 100+ new and updated features in iOS 11…

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