Mobile – Digital Trends 15 May 2018

Here’s everything we know about the HTC Exodus smartphone

HTC has another smartphone on the horizon, and this time it's geared toward blockchain technology. Known as the HTC Exodus, the smartphone is designed to support cryptocurrencies and decentralization. Here's everything we know. The post Here’s everything we know about the HTC Exodus smartphone appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Intel’s 10nm CPU finally makes it to retail in a refreshed Lenovo IdeaPad laptop

Lenovo's refreshed IdeaPad 330-15 has appeared sporting Intel's unannounced Core i3-8121U processor. That's one of Intel's new Cannon Lake chips based on its 10nm process technology. Mass production won't begin until 2019. The post Intel’s 10nm CPU finally makes it to retail in a refreshed Lenovo IdeaPad laptop appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus: Here’s everything you need to know

The Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus are here. The newest flagship devices boast some awesome new features and a powerful new processor. Here's everything you need to know about the new devices. The post Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus: Here’s everything you need to know appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Microsoft Bing joins Google, Facebook in banning cryptocurrency advertisements

Microsoft will ban ads for cryptocurrency and related products from its Bing Ads network. The company says they pose as an elevated risk due to potential scam artists preying on hopeful investors. The ban begins in June. The post Microsoft Bing joins Google, Facebook in banning cryptocurrency advertisements appeared first on Digital Trends.

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YouTube TV rolls out voice control, incognito mode in new test

YouTube TV is gaining a voice control option that doesn't require the Google Home. The main YouTube app, meanwhile, appears to be testing an incognito mode to hide search and view history. The post YouTube TV rolls out voice control, incognito mode in new test appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Here’s everything we know about Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S4

Last year, Samsung released its Galaxy Tab S3. Rumors are now starting to surface about its successor -- the Galaxy Tab S4. From specs to a release date, here's everything we know so far about Samsung's upcoming tablet. The post Here’s everything we know about Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S4 appeared first on Digital Trends.

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AirFly connects wireless headphones to wired-only devices

The AirFly from Twelve South is a handy gadget that lets use your wireless headphones with any device that has a traditional headphone jack, from in-flight entertainment to your old Walkman. The post AirFly connects wireless headphones to wired-only devices appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Text away: 20 free texting games you can play with your friends

If you believe we live in an interconnected world where everyone has a smartphone, you may need to think again. Here are our picks for the best texting games, so you can make the most fun out of that limited data plan or basic cell phone. The post Text away: 20 free texting games you can play with your friends appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Best iOS app deals of the day! 6 paid iPhone apps are free for a limited time

Everyone likes apps, but sometimes the best ones are a bit expensive. Developers put paid apps on sale for a limited time, but you have to snatch them up fast. Here are the latest and greatest iOS app deals offered in the iOS App Store. The post Best iOS app deals of the day! 6 paid iPhone apps are free for a limited time appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Qualcomm smartwatch chip may include eye-tracking support for AR glasses

Qualcomm will release a new smartwatch processing platform later this year, which it says will make wearables smaller, with improved features and battery life. It could kick-start a much-needed touchscreen smartwatch revival. The post Qualcomm smartwatch chip may include eye-tracking support for AR glasses appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Messenger speeds up reporting with tools to flag harassment, impersonation

Facebook Messenger now allows users to report abuse that violates Community Guidelines inside the app with a few taps. The update brings tools previously only available on the web to the mobile apps. The post Messenger speeds up reporting with tools to flag harassment, impersonation appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Apple Music hits 50 million users, doubles down on original content

Apple Music is growing, and growing fast. In a recent appearance on Bloomberg, Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed the service's latest subscriber numbers. In total, Apple Music now boasts 50 million users. The post Apple Music hits 50 million users, doubles down on original content appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Incase’s ProConnected smart carry-on is a rolling power station for hungry devices

Incase is introducing its new smart luggage series, called ProConnected, with the 4 Wheel Hubless Roller. At the heart of this stylish carry-on is a large-capacity battery that can recharge a USB-C laptop, but light on smarts. The post Incase’s ProConnected smart carry-on is a rolling power station for hungry devices appeared first on Digital Trends.

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The new Honor 10 glistens in the sunlight, and has a camera that sparkles

Summer is approaching, and the Honor 10 is the bright, colorful phone you'll want in your pocket when the sun's out. The beautiful curved glass body hides plenty of power, a dual-lens camera, and A.I. smarts. The post The new Honor 10 glistens in the sunlight, and has a camera that sparkles appeared first on Digital Trends.

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How to take a screenshot on an iPad

The ability to capture screenshots may not be the iPad's most glamorous feature, but it's one of its most useful. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to take a screenshot on an iPad. The post How to take a screenshot on an iPad appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Honor 10 review

Erupting in a kaleidoscope of color, the glass-bodied Honor 10 costs way less than you’d expect, and still has the excellent camera we’ve come to expect from the company. We’ve had it in our hands to see if it can live up to those initially very strong impressions. Here’s our Honor 10 review. The post Honor 10 review appeared first on Digital Trends.

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How to take better pictures when you know nothing about photography

Have no idea what exposure or bokeh is? You can learn basic photo tips without the confusing terms. Learn how to take better pictures with this plain-English guide, even if you just have a smartphone. The post How to take better pictures when you know nothing about photography appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Oracle persuades Australia to examine Google’s data-tracking practices

The latest battle between Oracle and Google is playing out in Australia, where Oracle has successfully convinced competition and privacy regulators to look into how Google allegedly tracks its Android phone users. The post Oracle persuades Australia to examine Google’s data-tracking practices appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Away from the studio? Alfred A.I. fixes bad lighting on phone photos

Can't fit studio lighting gear in your pocket? Relonch Alfred is an A.I.-powered app that helps correct bad lighting in smartphone shots by automatically making localized adjustments based on exposure and color maps of the image. The post Away from the studio? Alfred A.I. fixes bad lighting on phone photos appeared first on Digital Trends.

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The 100 best Android apps of 2018 (May)

Choosing which apps to download is tricky, especially given how enormous and cluttered the Google Play Store has become. We've rounded up 100 of the best Android apps and divided them neatly, each suited for a different occasion. The post The 100 best Android apps of 2018 (May) appeared first on Digital Trends.

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With ChroMorphous technology, clothes may soon change color with a tap of a phone

Developed by a team of research scientists at the College of Optics and Photonics at The University of Central Florida, ChroMorphous technology allows users to control and switch up the pattern on a fabric using a mobile app.  The post With ChroMorphous technology, clothes may soon change color with a tap of a phone appeared first on Digital Trends.

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New Adobe XD Starter Plan opens user experience design to all

The Adobe XD CC Starter Plan is a free version of the company's popular user experience design software. Made for students, beginners, or non-designers that are collaborating on a team project, it makes UX design more accessible. The post New Adobe XD Starter Plan opens user experience design to all appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Can a $500 nerve zapper help you lose weight? We tried the Modius headset

Is it possible to lose weight and speed up your metabolism without changing your diet or exercise regime by stimulating the right part of your brain? We tried out the Modius headset, which promises to do exactly that, to find out. The post Can a $500 nerve zapper help you lose weight? We tried the Modius headset appeared first on Digital Trends.

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