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MobileSyrup 06/17/2019 21:09
It seems that Google Chrome for Android is going to jump on the ‘picture-in-picture’ (PiP) bandwagon. Even though Google did not officially announce the feature for its browser’s Android version, Techdows found the option to turn on picture-in-picture Web API for Android in the latest Google Chrome Canary (developer) build. Here is how to turn... The post Google Chrome for Android to get picture-in-picture mode appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 06/17/2019 20:16
While Google initially started rolling out RCS a few years ago, getting it to everyone has been complicated due to carrier intervention. Now, however, Google is officially rolling out the service in France and the U.K., allowing users to opt-in to the service instead of having to wait for carrier support. Currently, in Canada and... The post Google is taking over RCS, rolling out feature in U.K. and France appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 06/17/2019 18:34
With the new picture-in-picture (PiP) mode on tvOS 13 Beta 2, it is now possible to watch a show on Apple TV and do something else on the home screen, says 9to5Mac. While in PiP mode, users may let the ongoing video to go back to full screen or end playback altogether. 9to5Mac also said... The post tvOS 13 beta 2 gets picture-in-picture mode appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 06/17/2019 17:45
Somehow, someway, there’s always a weird Elon Musk story to write. Today was no exception as the head of Tesla and SpaceX changed his Twitter handle and announced that he was leaving the social media service. Before I explain what happened, I’m going to jump straight to the punchline. Tesla’s stock price has been trending... The post Elon Musk is trying to make jokes on Twitter again. It’s going terribly appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 06/17/2019 17:02
Google is finally selling individual controllers for Stadia, its cloud gaming service. In Canada, the controller cost $89, and you can grab one of the two colours. There is a ‘Clearly White’ model with orange accents and a ‘Just Black’ variant with white accents. Notably, when you go to buy a controller, the site says,... The post You now can pre-order a Google Stadia controller for $89 in Canada appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 06/17/2019 17:02
Huawei’s laptops are now back at Microsoft Store online in Canada and the United States after disappearing from the site a month ago. MobileSyrup has confirmed that the MateBook X Pro, MateBook D and MateBook 13 are once again available for sale on Microsoft Store online with the Canadian price tag of $1,999, $1,299 and... The post Huawei laptops are available again on the Microsoft Store online appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 06/17/2019 16:24
Canadian parents can now sign their kids up for Apple’s annual summer camp. Apple Camp is open to children between the ages of eight and 12 and features multi-day programs on a variety of subjects. One program sees kids learn how to code with the help of a Sphero robot. Yet another three-day session has... The post Apple Camp registration now open in Canada appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 06/17/2019 16:19
Google Chrome is known to offer a variety of customization options including user created themes and plugins. Now, the search giant is making it easier than ever to customize the look of the most popular web browser in the world. According to 9to5Google, the latest version of Google Chrome Canary, the browser’s testing build, adds... The post Google Chrome adds built-in themes and customizations on tab page appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 06/17/2019 15:53
Twitter user Sean Galbraith and CBC reporter Lauren Pelley have tweeted out that the cellular network around Toronto’s City Hall is clogged since there are so many people downtown. “There is zero cell reception around city hall right now. I repeat: ZERO CELL RECEPTION,” Pelley tweeted. Shortly after she screenshotted her phone indicating she did... The post Cell networks overloaded, people lose connection intermittently at Raptors Parade appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 06/17/2019 15:33
Google’s upcoming Stadia game streaming platform will allow users to change their IDs at any time, so long as the name isn’t already in use. The tidbit comes courtesy of a PCGamesN interview with Patrick Seybold, Stadia’s head of communications. The process will be straightforward, according to the report. Seybold didn’t mention how much the service... The post Users can change their Google Stadia name at any time: report appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 06/17/2019 14:49
There are over 30 million wireless subscribers in Canada and if you’re in the market to switch carriers, then you’ll want to know about the latest promotions and cell phone rate plan changes. You can find all those changes and additions below in a simple, easy to read chart. Every week MobileSyrup will post the... The post Here are the changes to Canadian carrier rate plans this week [June 17 – June 23] appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 06/17/2019 14:44
Apple aims to finance six small-budget movies a year in order to compete with Netflix, sources have told the New York Post. The tech giant wants to spend between $5-30 million per film. Apple is reportedly being driven by Netflix’s recent number of Oscar nominations and win for its film “Roma.” Hollywood sources told the... The post Apple reportedly financing six original movies that aim to have ‘Oscar-winning potential’ appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 06/17/2019 13:56
Adobe’s upcoming iPad drawing and painting app is called ‘Adobe Fresco’ and will come out later this year, the company announced in a recent blog post. Adobe named the app after an Italian painting technique called ‘fresco.’ One of the most interesting features in Fresco is its ‘Live Brushes’ option. This feature uses the artificial... The post Adobe announces its upcoming iPad drawing app will be called ‘Adobe Fresco’ appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 06/17/2019 13:40
Pokémon Go++ players are going to have to find a new way to spoof Niantic’s Pokémon Go now that the developer has sued the makers of the ‘++’ version. Global++ is the maker of Pokémon Go++, which is a spoof (or hacked) version of Niantic’s popular AR game. The developer has also made hacked versions of... The post Niantic sues Global++ developers over hacked versions of its games appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 06/17/2019 13:32
LG G7 ThinQ owners in Canada, it’s time to rejoice because the wait for Android 9 Pie is just about over. Unlocked G7 ThinQ devices have started to receive their Android 9 Pie update, according to XDA Developers. Additionally, Telus recently added the G7 ThinQ to its software update schedule. The schedule now indicates that... The post Android 9 Pie arrives on unlocked LG G7 ThinQ phones, comes to Telus devices June 19 appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 06/17/2019 13:30
Samsung tweeted out today that owners of its smart TVs should regularly scan them for viruses. Smart TVs, just like every other internet connected device, are susceptible to hacks and viruses. To make sure people were aware of that Samsung sent out a tweet explaining how to run a virus scan on its sets. The... The post Samsung tweets that smart TVs can get viruses too, then pulls tweet appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 06/17/2019 13:22
Apple’s next round of iPhones are still a few months away, and already analysts are looking forward to the 2020 iPhones, several of which will include 5G connectivity. According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, we could see high-end 5.4-inch and 6.7-inch iPhones with OLED displays and 5G, along with a lower-end 6.1-inch model also with an... The post Expect 5G 5.4-inch and 6.7-inch iPhones, 6.1-inch LTE model in 2020: analyst appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 06/17/2019 13:01
Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai says it’s too hard to try and fix YouTube’s issues with harmful content. In an interview on CNN, Pichai said it was difficult to try and remove all the harmful content 100 percent of the time because of how big YouTube is. “We’ve gotten much better at using a combination of... The post Google CEO says YouTube is too big to manage all harmful content appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 06/17/2019 12:11
Microsoft recently made its ‘To-Do’ app available on the Mac App Store for the first time. The To-Do app includes features such as file attachment support, syncing with Outlook and shared tasks. Prior to the release of the Mac app, users had to rely on the Microsoft To-Do web app to use the service. The... The post Microsoft releases its ‘To-Do’ app in the Mac App Store appeared first on MobileSyrup .

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