Author: Tomi

28
Mar

Camera shootout pits the iPhone 11 Pro against the Galaxy S20 Ultra and Huawei’s P40 Pro

While the iPhone has traditionally been the best smartphone camera on the market, competition has really picked up. A new photo shootout looks to see how the iPhone 11 Pro stacks up against the S20 Ultra, Huawei’s P30 Pro, and the recently unveiled P40 Pro. Samsung’s new Galaxy S20 Ultra may be the best smartphone camera currently available, but the iPhone 12 release later this year may change that. Visit BGR’s homepage for more stories…

28
Mar

Samsung may have accidentally leaked a new, all-screen phone

Samsung released the Galaxy S20 series in March and is expected to launch the Galaxy Note 20 this summer. Leaks and rumors have suggested that the Galaxy Note 20 will feature a similar design to that of the Galaxy S20, but a new ad from Samsung shows off a phone with no notch or punch-hole. This Samsung mystery phone might be nothing, but it’s an intriguing concept nonetheless. Visit BGR’s homepage for more stories ….

28
Mar

Leaked screenshots reveal what Apple’s new CarKey feature is going to look like

A new iOS feature called CarKey will allow iPhone and Apple Watch owners to unlock and drive their cars by relying upon their devices as opposed to a physical key. Owners will be able to grant third-party individuals one-time keys that would enable them to unlock a car directly from their own device. Evidence of CarKey first surfaced in an iOS 13.4 beta, though Apple may wait to release the feature until it unveils iOS…

28
Mar

NASA’s Perseverance rover now has 10.9 million names on it

NASA just added over 10 million names to the Mars 2020 Perseverance rover.  The names were collected as part of NASA’s “Send Your Name to Mars” campaign which asked the public to send in their names to be part of the mission.  The names are etched into three small chips that are attached to the exterior of the rover. Visit BGR’s homepage for more stories . NASA is rapidly approaching the planned launch date of…

28
Mar

PlayStation download speeds now being slowed down in the US

PlayStation download speeds have been slowed and delayed in Europe in order to reduce the strain on service providers in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Sony announced this week that those slowdowns are coming to the US as well. YouTube, Netflix, Amazon, and others have reduced the quality of their video streams. Visit BGR’s homepage for more stories . One of the unforeseen consequences of a global pandemic in the 21st century is that…