DJI’s Ronin-S Will Be Updated To Support Fujifilm’s X Cameras

The other day, DJI announced their new gimbal in the form of the DJI Ronin-SC. The camera came with partial support for Fujifilm cameras, a huge plus given that Fujifilm’s cameras can sometimes get overlooked by accessory makers. However, what about the Ronin-S, the predecessor of the Ronin-SC?


Marvel Hints At Movies That Could Be Part Of Phase 5

Now that Marvel has officially confirmed their plans for the MCU’s fourth phase, we’re sure that there are many questions remaining. For example, what happened to the sequels to Captain Marvel and Black Panther? Also, what about Marvel’s plans for the X-Men and Fantastic Four, now that Disney has acquired Fox?


Marvel Officially Confirms Plans For Its Phase 4 Movies And TV Shows

Now that the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s third phase is over, many are wondering what will Phase 4 be bringing to the table. There have been rumors about what movies will be part of Phase 4, such as The Eternals and also Shang-Chi. It turns out the rumors were spot on because Marvel has since confirmed their plans for Phase 4.


Japanese Man Invents An App That Visualizes How Much Sugar Is In Your Drink

Have you ever wanted to know how much sugar is in that drink you just bought from the store? Sure, you could check the nutrition information, but sometimes this can be tricky. After all, how can you really visualize how many grams of sugar is in your drink if you do not have a weighing scale or sugar on you at the moment, right?


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Google Reminds Gamers That Stadia Isn’t The ‘Netflix For Games’

When Google announced Stadia, they announced that one of the options that users could look forward to was a $9.99 subscription plan. This subscription plan allows gamers to stream their games at a higher quality, while also giving gamers access to a catalog of older games, but Google wants to clarify this service.


YouTube Music Makes It Easier For Users To Switch Between Audio And Videos

One of the features of YouTube Music is that it allows users to not only watch music videos, but they will also be able to stream regular music as well. However, this is usually an either-or kind of situation, where you can either choose to watch a music video or stream its audio, but that will now change.


Stadia Controller Won’t Support Bluetooth Headsets At Launch

Some more information has emerged about Stadia, Google’s game streaming service, this week. It’s about the Stadia controller in particular. It turns out that the Stadia controller from Google isn’t going to have the ability to stream game audio wirelessly to Bluetooth headphones or gaming headsets when it arrives later this year.


London Underground Tunnels To Get 4G Next Year

Data coverage for London Underground commuters is set to get much better next year. It has been confirmed that 4G access will be available in the Underground’s tunnels and stations starting next year. This will begin with the eastern half of the Jubilee line between Westminster and Canning Town stations from March 2020.


Parrot Decides To Stop Making Toy Drones

French dronemaker Parrot has decided that it’s no longer going to compete in the toy drone market. The company has confirmed that it has stopped the production and development of any drone other than the Anafi and its variations. There are no Mamo or Swing drones in stock anymore but those who want one just might be able to pick one up through retailers.


Lyft To Add Bus And Subway Directions For NYC In Its App

Lyft wants people in New York City to be hooked to its app which is why the ride-hailing service has decided to add NYC subway and bus directions to its app. It will take a couple of weeks for the roll out of transit directions in the app for NYC to complete.


Marvel Confirms Blade Reboot At Comic-Con

Here’s something that not many Marvel fans were expecting. Marvel confirmed at the San Diego Comic-Con that it’s rebooting Blade and also announced that Mahershala Ali of True Detective fame will be starring in this reboot. Many Marvel fans would be aware that Blade was one of the first superheroes from the repertoire to become a hit on film.


Tinder Wants To Avoid Paying Google’s 30% Cut On Subscriptions As Well

If you’re distributing an app through the Google Play Store that has in-app purchases, best believe that Google will take a cut out of your earnings. The software giant keeps 30 percent of all in-app transactions conducted through the Play Store. However, some companies have been trying to work around it and Match Group, Tinder’s parent company, is one of them.


Cool Stand Makes Your Apple Watch Look Like A Classic iPod

The classic iPod is one of the most iconic products that Apple has ever made. The design will forever hold a place in history to signify just how well the entire product was executed by the company. If you ever feel nostalgic about it, perhaps you may want to purchase a cool little stand which makes your Apple Watch look like a classic iPod.


Avengers: Endgame Overtakes Avatar To Become The Biggest Film Of All-Time

Given what a monumental hit Avengers: Endgame proved to be, it was expected that this film would top James Cameron’s Avatar from 2009 as the biggest film of all-time. Avatar has held the top spot for a decade now and has finally been overtaken by Avengers: Endgame, a fitting achievement for the movie that cap’s Marvel’s 22 movie arc which started back in 2008.


Razer Phone Android Pie Update To Arrive Soon

The first Razer Phone was very well received as it was a proper gaming phone with a unique 120Hz screen. The company’s software support for this device has left a lot to be desired, though. It’s still on Android Oreo and even the security patch is a year old. The company has now said that the Razer Phone Android Pie update is going to be out soon.


Additional Google Pixel 4 Renders Surface

As leaks about its upcoming flagship picked up, Google itself posted a render of the Pixel 4. Additional renders of the Pixel 4 have now surfaced, albeit from an unofficial source, and they provide a good look at the company’s new flagship smartphone that’s due to be unveiled in the second half of this year.


Uber Riders Charged 100x More Than What They Owed

An Uber error caused quite a bit of stir yesterday when some riders reported that they had been charged 100 times more than what they had owed for their ride. One user was charged $2,053 for a ride that actually cost them $20.53. The issue was reported by users in multiple countries but Uber was quick to address it.


Senator Expresses Privacy Concerns, Wants FaceApp To Be Probed

FaceApp, an AI face editor app, has gone viral once again. You may not have heard about it but if you’ve been on social media at any point in the past few days, you might have seen selfies of people aged decades into the future. The app has gone viral again because of the filter which lets AI estimate how they might look like years down the line. New York […]


Instagram To Warn Users Who Are Likely To Have Their Account Banned

Instagram has detailed some changes for its account disable policy today. Under its policy, it disables accounts which have a certain percentage of violating content. A new policy is now being rolled out where aside from removing the accounts with a certain percentage of violating content, it will also remove accounts that have a certain number of violations within a window of time.


New Google Pixel 4 And Pixel 4 XL Specs Leaked

Google is due to launch its flagship Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL handsets later this year. It has already released a teaser for the phones after some of the earlier leaks about them. While Google remains tightlipped on the other details, a new report provides some additional information about key specs of the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL.


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