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MobileSyrup 04/25/2019 21:02
Google Earth Timelapse is now accessible on mobile phones letting more people explore how humans have changed the surface of the planet over the past 35 years “from the global scale to the local scale.” Chris Herwig, a geo data engineer at Google Earth Outreach, wrote in a blog post that two more years of... The post Google Earth Timelapse is now available on your phone appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 04/25/2019 20:50
The drama surrounding Samsung’s Galaxy Fold, its foldable flagship smartphone, continues to unravel. Popular repair outlet iFixit has removed its teardown of the Galaxy Fold after 2-days of being online. The company notes that a request was made through a partner to take down the analysis of the device from its website. “We were provided... The post iFixit removes Galaxy Fold teardown until one can be purchased at retail appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 04/25/2019 20:08
RBC has launched a new artificial intelligence-powered budgeting solution called Nomi Budgets in its mobile app. Now, RBC Mobile customers will be given recommended budgets and timely updates based on their spending history. Using AI, Nomi Budgets will sort spending into one of five categories: Entertainment, Transportation, Dining, Shopping and Cash Withdrawals. The app will... The post RBC launches AI-powered budgeting tool in mobile app appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 04/25/2019 19:12
Ottawa and Toronto are two Canadian cities where ride-sharing app Lyft will help solve the issue of “food deserts” through their Lyft Grocery Access Program later this year, according to a recent post on the ridesharing service’s official blog. Food deserts are areas where it’s difficult or impossible to access grocery stores or supermarkets without... The post Canadian cities to get help from Lyft to combat ‘food deserts’ appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 04/25/2019 19:01
The University of Waterloo will contribute its expertise in quantum algorithms and quantum complexity theory to IBM’s Q Network, according to a release on Thursday. The Q Network is a collection of research institutions who will work with IBM to solve challenges facing the development of quantum computing. Theoretically, quantum computers can be used to... The post University of Waterloo joining IBM to solve quantum computing appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 04/25/2019 18:22
Rogers recently announced that consumer customers can activate eSIMs at it and its sub-brand Fido’s stores in Canada. However, the telecom mentioned that it’s a phased rollout and not all of the stores will be able to activate eSIMs. However, luckily Rogers and Fido have created a list of all the available stores. It’s important... The post Here are all the Rogers and Fido stores you can currently activate eSIMs appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 04/25/2019 18:04
An Amber Alert has been sent out to mobile devices for Ethan Montes, a five-year-old boy that is believed to have been abducted by his mother and last seen in Mississauga, Ontario. Montes is described as being three feet tall and 41lbs with light brown skin, brown eyes and black hair. He was last seen... The post Amber Alert sent out for five-year-old boy in Ontario appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 04/25/2019 17:29
Nintendo says it sold 2.47 million Switch consoles between January and March, with the company selling 16.95 million systems over the entire financial year. The Japanese gaming giant’s initial goal for the financial year was 20 million Switch units, though the company eventually adjusted the prediction to 17 million. Regarding software sales, the company sold... The post The Switch has now outsold the Nintendo 64 in lifetime sales appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 04/25/2019 17:10
Recently discovered code in Nvidia’s Shield Experience software suggests that the company is potentially working on some sort of 2-in-1 laptop and tablet device. First spotted by XDA-Developers, the code points to new software that can switch between three UI modes — desktop, tablet and dynamic. The first two modes are self-explanatory, but the third... The post Nvidia may be developing a 2-in-1 laptop and tablet device appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 04/25/2019 17:06
Tesla is raising prices on its Full Self-Driving (FSD) feature ahead of its rumoured release this year. According to a tweet from Tesla CEO Elon Musk, the cost of FSD will go up by $1,000 USD (about $1,349 CAD) after May 1st, 2019. Currently, when you buy a Tesla vehicle, you’ll get Autopilot included, which... The post Tesla is raising the price of its Full Self-Driving feature on May 1, 2019 appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 04/25/2019 16:25
Nintendo has announced a special Fire Emblem-themed crossover event in its Dragalia Lost mobile game. From April 26th to May 14th, those playing the free-to-play Japanese role-playing game will be able to interact with familiar faces from Nintendo’s popular Fire Emblem strategy-RPG series. During the ‘Fire Emblem: Lost Heroes‘ event, Fire Emblem Heroes characters Alfonse, Fjorm and Veronica and... The post Nintendo to hold Fire Emblem crossover event in Dragalia Lost appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 04/25/2019 16:24
Each month, Amazon Canada adds new movies and TV shows to its Prime Video streaming service. Here are all of the movies and shows coming to the streaming service in May. Death in Paradise: seasons 1 – 7 (May 1st) Sneaky Pete: season 3 (May 10th) Fleabag: season 2 (May 17th) Preacher: season 3 (May... The post Here’s what’s coming to Amazon Prime Video Canada in May 2019 appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 04/25/2019 15:37
Nintendo is now accepting applications for a closed beta test of Mario Kart Tour it plans to run from May 22nd to June 4th. The highly anticipated mobile game’s release date is still “summer 2019” on iOS and Android, according to a statement the Japanese gaming giant gave to Bloomberg. Nintendo has remained uncharacteristically silent about the game... The post Nintendo is launching a closed beta test for Mario Kart Tour appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 04/25/2019 15:36
Google Assistant is getting the ability to tell stories in English across the U.S., Canada, the U.K., Australia and India. The feature originally debuted on Google Home devices, allowing kids to ask Google to read them a story. However, until now, asking the same question on a phone would surface a joke. Thankfully, Google has... The post You can now ask Google Assistant to read you a story appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 04/25/2019 15:33
Every year, Google recognizes the top apps and games on its Play Store. Now, Google has revealed which Android titles it has nominated across nine different categories. Here are the 2019 Play Award nominees: Standout Well-Being App Kinedu by Kinedu My Oasis by Buff Studio Co.,Ltd. Shine by Shine, Inc. SleepTown by Seekrtech Woebot by Woebot Labs Best Accessibility Experience... The post Google reveals its 2019 Play Award mobile app and game nominees appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 04/25/2019 15:19
Montreal-based national carrier Bell announced it is expanding Bell MTS’ fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) service in Carman, a town in the province of Manitoba. In a press release, Bell indicated it intends to expand this network to about 1,600 residences and businesses throughout the town. The community will then have access to Bell MTS’s Gigabit Fibe internet... The post Bell expanding all-fibre network in Carman, Manitoba appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 04/25/2019 15:04
Snap has announced Bitmoji for Games, a software development kit (SDK) that developers can use to bring Snapchat’s Bitmoji avatars to games on consoles, PC and mobile devices. “We’ve long believed that the avatar is important to creativity and self-expression, and soon, Bitmoji for Games will give everyone a personal and portable avatar to use... The post Snap opens up Bitmoji avatars to console, PC and mobile games appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 04/25/2019 14:39
After testing a small profile redesign to de-emphasize follower counts late last year, Instagram is starting to roll the update out to iOS devices. First and foremost, the update reduces the size and prominence of your follower count, bumping it down below your name and bio. Further, the redesign makes your name bigger, moves it... The post Instagram’s profile redesign starts rolling out, de-emphasizes follower count appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 04/25/2019 14:11
Apple has announced a voluntary recall of AC wall plug adapters that are designed primarily for use in Hong Kong, Singapore and the United Kingdom. According to Apple, these three-prong adapters may create a risk of electrical shock if touched “in very rare cases.” So far, Apple says it is aware of six incidents worldwide.... The post Apple issues voluntary recall on certain AC adapters and travel adapter kits appeared first on MobileSyrup .
MobileSyrup 04/25/2019 13:24
As Canada’s Privacy Commissioner slams Facebook for failing to comply with privacy laws, the 2019 CanTrust Index reports Canadians’ trust in Facebook has fallen significantly since 2017. Run by Proof, a consulting and PR firm, the CanTrust Index is an annual study of Canadians’ trust in institutions and corporations. According to the study, 51 percent... The post Canadians’ trust in Facebook fell significantly since 2017: study appeared first on MobileSyrup .

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