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Feb

Google has already updated its brand new Google Maps redesign

It was just days ago that Google unveiled a brand new Google Maps design in celebration of the app’s 15th anniversary. The redesign is meant to offer a cleaner interface, with the most important change concerning the bottom menu. Google removed one of the previous items, replacing it with three tabs to better serve users. It turns out, however, that Google’s user interface makeover wasn’t good enough, and the company is making one more important…

22
Feb

Sony’s PS5 might be in trouble when it’s first released

While it remains to be seen when Sony will officially release the highly anticipated PS5, not everyone believes that the company’s next-gen gaming console will be a home run. Sure, the device will undeniably be incredibly popular and will ship millions of units, but one analyst maintains that the PS5 may not be able to live up to the success Sony enjoyed with the 2013 release of the PS4. To this point, analyst Hideki Yasuda…

22
Feb

How Android 11 might fix one of the worst things about Android’s gesture navigation

Google just dropped the first Android 11 Developer Preview build a few weeks earlier than anticipated, and people have already started digging through it for new features and clues of what the upcoming Pixel 5 will have to offer. Android 11 already revealed that the Pixel 5 might support reverse wireless charging, a feature that’s already found on a few competing devices, as well as proof that the Motion Sense Soli radar isn’t going away…

22
Feb

Cable TV’s subscriber losses in 2019 dwarfed the population of Los Angeles

“The media industry is finally facing that long-feared moment of accelerating cord-cutting.” That’s one of the it-should-go-without-saying highlights of a new research note published this week from Wall Street analyst firm MoffettNathanson, the big takeaway from which is that the cable TV industry continues its long, slow process of bleeding out thanks to being gutshot from cord-cutters. 2019, according to the new report, was another watershed year for the industry, with subscriber losses hitting 6 million…

22
Feb

PS5 and Xbox Series X are both guaranteed to be at this event

This has been a rough week for gaming fans excited about the next generation of home consoles. Not only did the seven-year anniversary of the PlayStation 4 reveal event come and go without a peep about the PS5, but Sony also announced that it would be pulling out of both PAX East and the 2020 Game Developers Conference due to concerns about the coronavirus outbreak. We have no idea whether this will affect the long-awaited…