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Tesla To Deliver Model X: ‘Three To Four Months’ [Video]

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If you’re one of the 20,000 people who’ve ordered a Tesla Model X – the electric car manufacturer’s answer to SUVs – you won’t have to wait much longer. Tesla CEO, Elon Musk, told buyers the cars will start rolling off the line as early as this September. Tesla has been taking orders for the… Read more »

Spotify Doesn’t Seem Worried About Apple Music

This week, Apple unveiled its new streaming music service called Apple Music. Apple Music will allow subscribers to listen to any song in the iTunes...

This week, Apple unveiled its new streaming music service called Apple Music. Apple Music will allow subscribers to listen to any song in the iTunes library. Besides being created by Apple, the new service is practically identical to other services. Apple’s main competition will be with the popular music-streaming service, Spotify. Spotify allows desktop users… Read more »

iOS 9: Smarter Siri, Better Battery Life

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Apple announced iOS 9 as the latest operating system for iPhones and iPads at the World Wide Developers conference on Monday. Apple focused less on aesthetics and more on functionality, with few changes to the appearance of the operating system but many related to user-experience. Longer Battery Life Just by upgrading to iOS 9, users… Read more »

Apple Will Follow Samsung In Adding Multitasking To iPad

iPad Pro

Samsung can easily say they did something before Apple — allowing multitasking on their tablets (and even phones). At WWDC today, Apple announced that multitasking will be available on the iPad with iOS 9. Macrumors has the news. “Today at WWDC, Apple confirmed that multitasking would be coming to the iPad with iOS 9. The… Read more »

Sony Confirms Apple Will Unveil New Music Service Tomorrow

Sony Confirms Apple Will Unveil New Music Service Tomorrow

A Sony executive has confirmed that at tomorrow’s World Wide Developers Conference, Apple will at last unveil its new music service. According to Venture Beat, Sony Music CEO Doug Morris said during an interview that Apple would indeed show off its new streaming music service tomorrow. The Sydney Morning Herald said that Morris did not… Read more »

A Smart Shoe Is Capable Of Generating Power From Walking

Smart Shoe Devices Generate Power

Smart shoe devices are now capable of generating power when a person walks or runs. They can also track movement and speed, as well. A team of German researchers have developed a smart shoe gadget that harvests energy from walking and running movements. This energy is then used to power sensors and other electronics, according… Read more »

Google Chrome Update Limits Flash, Increases Battery Life

Google Chrome Update Limits Flash, Increases Battery Life

Google Chrome will soon be updated to enable users to limit Adobe Flash on webpages. Google released the news in a blog post detailing the new feature. “When you’re on a webpage that runs Flash, we’ll intelligently pause content (like Flash animations) that aren’t central to the webpage, while keeping central content (like a video)… Read more »

Apple Decides Not To Unveil New Apple TV At WWDC

Apple Decides Not To Unveil New Apple TV At WWDC

Apple will reportedly not show off its new TV service and updated Apple TV at this developers conference. According to the New York Times, Apple called off the unveiling due to the product not being ready to show to the public. “The company planned as recently as mid-May to use the event to spotlight new… Read more »

iPhone 6S – Major Leak Reveals Amazing New Features

iPhone 6S Features

The iPhone 6S, the latest version of Apple’s iPhone, won’t start mass production until mid-August, however, a man named Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst for KGI securities, has gotten the scoop on the new iPhone 6S, and he’s spilling the beans. Kuo’s leaks about past iPhone versions have been spot on, so investors listened eagerly recently… Read more »

PayPal Updates Its Terms Of Service, Upsets Users

PayPal Updates Its Terms Of Service, Horrifies Users

PayPal is scaring its customers with the company’s updated terms of service agreement. The new terms are set to go into effect July 1, but have already succeeded in angering the internet. The new terms of service apparently will give PayPal the authorization to robocall and robo-text its customers. Users of the payment service have… Read more »