February 13, 2019
In its latest update, Skype has released a new background blur feature for video calls on desktop. Users on Skype (version 8) on Windows, Mac and Linux and Skype (version 14) on Windows 10 can enable background blur when on a video call with friends, family, boss, clients or potential business partners. The feature works just like the background blur feature in Microsoft Teams.
February 11, 2019
Digitimes has published new reports on a number of Apple’s alleged new product releases which include A13 chips, AirPods 2, Apple Watch Series 5 and iPads. Based on supply chain sources, Digitimes has information that TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company) might be manufacturing a 7 nanometer A13 Chip for 2019 iPhones. Furthermore, it reports that consumers can expect new iPads and AirPods to be released …
February 9, 2019
Netflix has launched a new feature for their iOS app which lets users share the thumbnail or artwork of any movie or TV Show to their Instagram story. In an Instagram Story, the artwork appears with a direct link to the movie or TV show on Netflix. This link can be accessed by viewers on any platform: iOS, Android, macOS or Windows. Users can decorate …
February 7, 2019
Apple has posted a new video on YouTube titled ‘The lens of Love by Jia Zhangke’. The video was published on Chinese New Year and highlights the use of Smart HDR in iPhone XS. Renowned director Jia Zhangke explains how Smart HDR helped him create emotions and feelings connected with a person’s visit to their hometown during Chinese New Year by accentuating details like highlights …
January 28, 2019
Developer Steven Troughton Smith claims that Apple will release new iPads with WiFi and WiFi + Cellular variants and a new 7th generation iPod Touch. While dissecting iOS 12.2 beta, Smith came across references of the new devices. According to the screenshot Smith posted on Twitter, iPads might ship without FaceID while iPod Touch will not have either FaceID or TouchID.
January 28, 2019
A new report claims that Apple is allegedly working on a gaming subscription service. The gaming service will offer an exclusive list of games for a monthly payment plan. Furthermore, Cheddar states that Apple might also be discussing a partnership with developers as a publisher to have control over marketing, distribution, and cost related matters for the offered games.