Apple Watch Studio is coming to Apple Stores and Apple․com, bringing new customization experience

Apple Stores and Apple.com will soon have a new Apple Watch buying experience for customers. The all-new Apple Watch Studio will allow customers to pair watch models and bands separately at purchase for the first time.

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Another Pixel 4 XL leak corroborates display size, Snapdragon 855

“When it rains it pours” is a common idiom used regarding smartphone leaks, but the past several days have felt like a torrential downpour of Pixel 4 leaks. Today, another Pixel 4 XL leak corroborates specs which we previously exclusively reported about the XL model with its larger display.

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[Updates] Apple September Event TechDomes Live Hub

We’re LIVE from Steve Job’s Theater at Cupertino, California with our team and we are currently waiting for the show to begin. Lots of people is currently here with the company excited to display their new products. Stay tuned on our Live Hub for new updates. Make sure to reload your page constantly!

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Pixel 4 will bring some major moves for Google software

Every year, the most popular smartphone leaks are all about the hardware. Our own traffic numbers show that people are most interested in looks at the physical form — even if they’re blurry images of phones in anti-leak cases that show essentially nothing. Pixel is more about software advances than most other Android phones, and that’s shaping up to be true about Pixel 4 as much as ever…

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Ahead of iOS 13, Facebook publishes blog post defending its use of location data in iOS

iOS 13 is set to be released to the public later this month, and Facebook is looking to get out ahead of some of the changes to location settings in the update. Facebook has published a new blog post detailing how iOS 13 affects its access to your location data, while reaffirming that users are “in control” of their location settings.

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Xiaomi announces 30W Mi Charge Turbo wireless charging for Mi 9 Pro 5G

Xiaomi showcased its latest smartphone innovation today, introducing its Mi Charge Tubro tech. It’s a wireless charging standard supporting the unseen-on-a-smartphone 30W speed. A 5-layer nanocrystal receiver coil was used with a conversion efficiency of 98 percent, which should help keep temperatures under control too.

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[Poll] What are you most excited to see at Apple’s event 2019?

Apple’s iPhone 11 event is just around the corner, and we rounded up all of the announcements we expect to see right here. With announcements ranging from the iPhone 11 to Apple’s Tile competitor, what are you most excited to see?

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World of Warcraft Classic servers are back after a series of DDoS attacks

The US World of Warcraft Classic servers were hit with a number of DDoS attacks yesterday evening. Blizzard’s North America customer support team reports that the servers are now back online and stable. 

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Spotify brings seekable audio progress bar to notifications on Android 10

Android 10 brought a handy feature that displays a media progress bar directly in the notification bar, which various apps can benefit from. Unfortunately, Spotify didn’t  implement this feature fully, as it didn’t initially allow users to interact with the progress bar. However, the company fixed it, as the bar is now seekable, letting you jump to your favorite part directly from your notifications.

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Vivaldi is releasing an Android version of its highly-customizable browser

Vivaldi, a web browser from a group of developers that formerly worked on Opera, is one to consider if you really want to customize your browsing experience. Now, Vivaldi is bringing that power-user spirit to mobile with a new Android version, available today in beta.

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