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Lots of details have leaked over the last several months that claim to give us some insight into what the next-gen iPhone models will look like. The new iPhone 11 models will be unveiled next month, and rumors so far have highlighted hardware including the camera and the SoC inside the device. A new leak has surfaced this week that reveals a few more details on the coming iPhone models. The leak claims that storage options will be 128GB for the base device with 256GB and 512GB versions offered as well. Some had expected Apple to unveil an iPhone with 1TB of storage, but that isn't expected to happen until the 2020 iPhones land. The iPhone model fitted with an LCD is tipped to continue with several... Read more...
Motorola has a pair of new smartphones coming soon, and some details on the devices have leaked from reputable leakers. The smartphones are the Motorola One Zoom and the Motorola One Pro. The devices are variants of the same smartphone and details were leaked by Evan Blass and Roland Quandt, both notable for their accuracy with smartphone leaks. Both the Motorola One Zoom and Motorola One Pro have the same design with thin bezels and a back with a blocky, rectangular raised area that has four lenses. The leaked details claim that the primary sensor will be a 48MP unit, and there are ultra-wide and telephoto lens to help add versatility to photo taking. The Motorola logo that is directly under... Read more...
The gang over at OnLeaks frequently ferrets out new images of smartphones well before they launch. The latest leaked renderings the publication has for us to check out are allegedly of the LG G8X smartphone. OnLeaks notes that the renderings are "maybe" the G8X, so these could possibly be of another device. The smartphone is expected to launch at IFA 2019 when things get underway in Berlin later this month. The first thing we notice is that the smartphone has thin, but certainly visible bezels all the way around. It has a notch, but the notch is a water drop shape right in the middle of the screen. It's not as polished a look as the hole punch displays the Galaxy Note 10 devices use. The smartphone... Read more...
A new rumor is making the rounds that claims Apple will change the branding for its high-end iPhone line this year. Leaker CoinX posted via Twitter that the naming convention for the iPhone for 2019 will include "Pro" hinting that high-end versions of the smartphone might be called the iPhone Pro.  Reports indicate that CoinX has a short history of Apple leaks, but has been accurate with leaks in the past. The leaker was accurate on current iPhone naming, the iPad mini coming back, and the iPhone XS Max. The leaker was also correct on symmetry differences between iPhone XS Max and the iPhone XR. All the leak claimed was that the Pro name would be used. Apple already uses the Pro branding... Read more...
As we get closer to the official unveiling of the Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL smartphones, more leaks are coming that claim to shed light on what sort of hardware the devices will pack. The latest leak sheds light on the display of the smartphones, and the amount of RAM Google will pack inside the chassis. The Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are expected to have the same basic features, differing primarily in screen size. The new leak tips that the smartphones will have 5.7-inch and 6.3-inch displays that are both OLED. The smaller screen will be full HD+ resolution with the larger screen offering Quad HD+ resolution. One important new detail about the displays are that both will be 90Hz screens --... Read more...
Lucia and Poison and E.Honda, oh my! Valve accidentally leaked a trailer for the upcoming DLC for Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition. The leaked trailer revealed that Lucia, Poison, and E.Honda will be joining the roster of characters. Valve accidentally posted a trailer for the new Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition DLC on Steam this past Wednesday. They noted that there was a “mix-up in the publishing process” that “caused a trailer to go live on Steam ahead of schedule”. Valve has since apologized and remarked that they have “implemented measures to prevent this error from happening again.” Capcom, the video game developers behind Street Fighter, released the... Read more...
Samsung appears to be cooking up a new ultra-portable laptop. Infamous leaker Evan "evleaks" Blass just tweeted out some apparent renders of a Samsung Galaxy Book S. The Galaxy Book S will run Windows 10 S and is anticipated to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC, similar to the Galaxy Book 2's Snapdragon 850 SoC. We can reasonably expect the Galaxy Book S to also be outfitted with 8GB of RAM. The Galaxy Book 2 was styled after the Microsoft Surface wherein its keyboard is detachable and the tablet portion can be supported by a kickstand. The Galaxy Book S, by contrast, uses a traditional laptop hinged design and draws a comparisons to Microsoft's Surface Laptop. The images provide us... Read more...
A new leak by Ice Universe is showing off what is claimed to be a rendering of the coming Samsung Galaxy Note 10+. The rendering highlights the thin bezels that Samsung has used on the device to give it a high screen-to-body ratio. The leaker claims that based on renderings, the side bezels are 1.5mm thick with a top bezel of 2.0mm, chin bezel of 3.7mm, and a hole in the screen for the front camera that is 4.2mm in diameter. The thin bezels all around give the Galaxy Note 10+ a screen-to-body ratio of 92.5%. The new renders aren't the only images we have seen of the Note 10 series of smartphones. What are thought to be official renderings of the Note 10 leaked earlier this month along with some... Read more...
There have been a bunch of leaks that allege to show what Samsung is cooking up with its new Galaxy Note 10. We have seen the device leaked in renders in the past and have seen what was alleged to be the device in the flesh. Samsung has also recently invited us to the launch event for the smartphone. Ahead of that official launch, some new renders have surfaced that allege to be the smartphone inside a case. One design choice Samsung made that is noted right off the bat, is that there is no 3.5mm headphone port on the Galaxy Note 10 renders indicating that Bluetooth will be the only way to go without resorting to a dongle of some sort, assuming a dongle is available. Rumors have also claimed... Read more...
Samsung has a bunch of new products that will be announced next week, and the most anticipated is likely the Galaxy S10 family of flagship smartphones. Samsung recently updated its Galaxy Wearable app for Android devices, and it lists several new items on its home page. The leaked items include a new smartwatch, fitness wearable, and earbuds. The new smartwatch is the Galaxy Watch Active, which appears to be the Galaxy Watch Sport that leaked earlier this month. The device sports a 40mm case and is said to come in at least two colors. Previous leaks tipped Tizen as the operating system and a move away from the rotating-bezel controls previous Galaxy smartwatches have used. No other tidbits... Read more...
It’s 10pm. Do you know where your selfies are? It was recently revealed that Popsugar’s Twinning app has been accidentally leaking users’ photos. It is believed that hundreds of thousands of photos were available to anyone who knew how to access them. Popsugar is a media company that focuses on trends, fashion, beauty, fitness, and food. Its Twinning app is a photo-matching tool that finds a user’s top-five celebrity “twins”. Users need to simply upload a selfie of themselves from the shoulders up through the #twinning app. They are then able to share their matches on Facebook and Twitter with a URL. The photos are stored on an Amazon Web Service (AWS) storage... Read more...
Bethesda can't seem to get out of its own way these days. The company has been beset with complaints about Fallout 76, a game that was highly anticipated and launched to terrible reviews. The unstable and bug laden game pushed some to ask for a refund on the title, which Bethesda agreed to for some gamers early on before reneging on that refund promise. A serious error on the Bethesda support website resulted in support tickets being viewable by anyone who went to the support page. Details on those support tickets that could be seen by anyone included the customer name, email address, and other personal information. Among the details leaked on the support tickets were receipts from Fallout Power... Read more...
When a mistake is made at a giant technology company like Microsoft, Apple, or Amazon, customers expect them to disclose not only how the breach happened, but what they did to fix it. Amazon has sent out cryptic emails to some of its customers that at first glance seemed a bit off and possibly scammy. The email received by one Amazon UK customer, which can be seen below, starts off stating that "our website inadvertently disclosed your name and email address due to a technical error." The email doesn't explain what exactly the technical error was but does note that the error has been fixed. Amazon is also clear that the leak of information had nothing to do with something the customer did, and... Read more...
When you sign up for the beta on a highly anticipated video game, playing said game comes with a litany of embargos and non-disclosure agreements. If you sign those agreements, and then turn around and break them, bad things can happen. An Xbox One gamer who was participating in the beta for Bethesda's Fallout 76 learned this lesson the hard way. To gain access to the beta, all payers had to click to agree to an NDA that prevented them from taking photos, video, or allowing someone else to watch them play the game. The player participated in the beta last Saturday and tried to become famous by recording and posting a 90-second video of gameplay footage to Twitter; a clear violation of the... Read more...
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