RIP Galaxy Apps. You’ll be remembered by someone, somewhere. At least one person, probably. The app itself isn’t really going anywhere, but Samsung is changing it up ahead of its Galaxy S10 announcement tomorrow. Galaxy Apps will become Galaxy Store, and it’s getting a OneUI redesign to better match the rest of Samsung’s app suite. […]
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Scientists know that you can dramatically alter a crystalline material's properties by applying a bit of strain to it, but finding the right strain is another matter when there are virtually limitless possibilities. There may a straightforward solut…
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Microsoft may have totally abandoned Windows Phone but their Microsoft Launcher for Android is actually one of the better options for third-party launchers for your smartphone. It has a ton of extra features and integration with Microsoft services, and Microsoft frequently updates it with changes, fixes, and new stuff. The latest version of the launcher, […]
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Google has been slowly but surely making some changes to their Material Design specifications and guidelines for several months now. Unofficially dubbed Material Design 2, the updates are the first major ones since 2014 when Google initially launched Material Design. Besides bringing a fresh look to interfaces, the overhaul appears to be focused on improving […]
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Over the last week MoviePass started rolling out an unwelcome change to its service – surge pricing for popular titles at popular times. Called Peak Pricing, MoviePass will tack on an extra $ 2 – $ 6 surcharge for moviegoers who insist on seeing the titles during these especially popular times. The move is part of an […]
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A few days ago a low quality render surfaced that appeared to show the forthcoming Motorola Moto Z2 Force and earlier today news surfaced that the device may not be a Verizon exclusive. New renders and a video reveal much more detail about the device and although the overall device is similar to last year’s […]
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New research from meteorologists at the U.K.’s University of Reading suggests that fluctuations in solar activity could cause widespread disruptions of all kinds of technology. And that’s just the start of it.
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The OnePlus 3 isn’t an old phone, but rumors are spreading OnePlus may be planning to update the phone with a new processor, and a different screen. Here’s what we think we know about the OnePlus 3S.
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Pokémon Go just got a huge update on Android and iOS, its largest to date, in fact, and not everyone is agreed on how to feel about the changes. Most of the controversy revolves around the elimination of the distance calculator.
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Earlier today, Instagram started pushing out a small update to users of its Android app. It includes just two small cosmetic changes that the average probably won’t even notice.
If nothing jumped out from the screenshot above, I’ll just tell you what Instagram changed:
In 2016, Instagram has been pretty active pushing out little updates like today’s in addition to implementing new features. Multi-account support came in February and Instagram started showing video views days shortly after. Then Instagram brought in two-factor authentication to enhance security for users worldwide.
Instagram actually started the year by hiring Twitter’s Kevin Weil as its Head of Product. Since then, the Facebook-owned service began cracking down on users who promote other social media profiles on Instagram.
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