Month: June 2020

The iPad Pro can scan your house, and future iPhones might too

It’s been a few months since Apple’s AR-enhanced iPad Pro became available, but relatively few AR apps have taken advantage of the device’s new lidar depth sensor so far. That rear sensor could be a sneak preview of the tech that makes its way into the next iPhones, which means that early iPad Pro apps could offer a window

The special Galaxy S20 BTS edition launches worldwide

The Galaxy S20 series is hardly a financial hit for Samsung, but the Korean giant hasn’t given up hopes to increase sales. The company launched a new smartphone subscription plan that includes the Galaxy S20. Moreover, the S20 Ultra version got a notable $300 discount on Amazon a few days ago, although that was a

Google’s Wing drones to drop off library books for kids

Children in Virginia will soon have the excitement of seeing their library books delivered by drone. The new service, which comes courtesy of Google’s “Wing” drone delivery service, launches this week in the town of Christiansburg, the Washington Post reports. Wing drones have been delivering household goods and meals to customers in the town since

Google Chrome for Android will soon get a new autofill UI

Google will soon roll out a new autofill UI in Chrome for Android which is currently available in the dev build of the browser. The new UI is noticeably better than the old one which displayed a drop-down list with all the available information whenever one tapped on a text box on a web page.

Apple iPad 10.2, Apple Watch Series 5 back down to lowest-ever prices

Apple markdowns are few and far between. Seldom do we really see significant price drops on the tech titan’s numerous products. But that’s exactly what we’re seeing today. Right now, the Apple Watch Series 5 and iPad 10.2 are discounted to their lowest prices ever at Amazon. These would make excellent gifts for Father’s Day.

How to ask for a credit balance refund

Paying for purchases on credit cards enables you to score great rewards and sometimes pay off purchases over time with no interest by using a 0% APR credit card. However, if you pay for goods or services with a credit card and then get refunded for them, the money is generally put back on your