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  1. Moto G5S Plus U.S. Release Confirmed

    09.21 / 18:29 ubergizmo.com Ubergizmo.com - Technology
    Motorola launched the Moto G5S Plus in several markets across the globe. The Lenovo-owned company has confirmed today that this handset will also be launched in the United States. As you would have guessed by now, it’s a slightly improved version of the Moto G5 Plus which was launched earlier this year for $230. Motorola is going to charge the same price for the Moto G5S Plus in the United States. The updates are minor so they don’t really warrant a price increase. The Moto G5S…
  2. Flappy Bird Can’t Be Played On iOS 11

    09.21 / 18:29 ubergizmo.com Ubergizmo.com - Technology
    Flappy Bird, the frustratingly popular game that took the world by storm a couple of years ago, still exists. Many of us have since been over the game once the hype died down but if you’re one of those who continues to play this game, keep in mind that Flappy Bird cannot be played on an iOS 11-powered device. This has been confirmed by the game’s creator Dong Nguyen himself. Flappy Bird was launched back in May 2013. The game crossed 50 million downloads by February 2014. It…
  3. Bill Gates Still Not A Fan Of Ctrl-Alt-Del

    09.21 / 18:29 ubergizmo.com Ubergizmo.com - Technology
    We’ve all found ourselves in situations when we’re mashing Ctrl-Alt-Del on the keyboard when our Windows PC freezes. We know it by heart and it’s normally the first fix we try when something goes wrong, nevermind the fact that it’s an awkward operation that requires you to use both hands. Microsoft co-founder and former CEO Bill Gates has never been a fan of Ctrl-Alt-Del and turns out, he still doesn’t like it. Gates called this a “mistake” back in…
  4. Joker Origin Movie Script Might Be Finished Soon

    09.21 / 18:29 ubergizmo.com Ubergizmo.com - Technology
    It was reported recently that DC is developing two Joker-focused movies. One of the new movies is a film that involves both the Joker and Harley Quinn. Jared Leto and Margot Robbie who portrayed the two characters respectively in Suicide Squad will be returning for this movie. It’s the new standalone origin movie that’s getting a lot of interest from fans these days. Word on the street is that the Joker origin movie script will soon be turned in. Variety reporter Justin Kroll…
  5. Instagram Adds Face Filters To Live Video

    09.21 / 17:29 ubergizmo.com Ubergizmo.com - Technology
    Instagram today announced that it has added face filters to live video. Users can try on these filters when they’re sharing live video. A variety of filters are being offered that users can choose from depending on their mood. They can easily try on these filters while broadcasting live video to their friends and family on Instagram. In order to use face filters in live video, users have to tap the face icon in the bottom right corner before or during their broadcast. They can tap on…
  6. New ASUS Chromebook Flip Launched In The U.S.

    09.21 / 17:29 ubergizmo.com Ubergizmo.com - Technology
    First teased earlier this year, ASUS has now launched its new Chromebook in the United States. It joins the expanding list of convertible touchscreen Chromebooks that are now available for purchase. The ASUS Chromebook Flip C101 weighs just 2 lbs and has an all-metal body. You would have guessed from the word flip in its name that the notebook can be flipped into tablet mode. The ASUS Chromebook Flip has a 10.1 inch 1280×800 pixel resolution touchscreen display. It’s powered by…
  7. Fable Anniversary Xbox Backward Compatibility Being Worked On

    09.21 / 17:29 ubergizmo.com Ubergizmo.com - Technology
    There are quite a few Xbox 360 titles that can be played on the Xbox One through the magic of backward compatibility. Microsoft has made some of the most popular Xbox 360 titles compatible with its current-gen console over the past few months. The list continues to grow. Fans of the classic Fable Anniversary have been keeping their fingers crossed and they will be delighted to know that Microsoft is working on backward compatibility for Fable Anniversary. Other titles from this franchise…
  8. 4K Roku Streaming Stick Reportedly Due This Fall

    09.21 / 16:29 ubergizmo.com Ubergizmo.com - Technology
    Roku might be gearing up to launch a 4K streaming stick of its own. According to a new report, Roku is going to release its Chromecast Ultra competitor later this year. The biggest selling point of this stick is likely going to be its ability to stream content in 4K resolution. According to a report from Zatz Not Funny, Roku is going to announce several hardware updates this fall as it traditionally does. Some of the 2017 models are said to feature a new Roku remote that expands television…
  9. Microsoft’s First London Retail Store Is Now A Possibility

    09.21 / 16:29 ubergizmo.com Ubergizmo.com - Technology
    Microsoft is reportedly thinking about expanding its retail presence to London. According to a new report, the company is mulling the idea of opening its first retail store in London. It’s reportedly close to securing a prime piece of real estate on London’s Oxford Circus, a popular shopping venue in the busy shopping district of the city. The building that Microsoft is reportedly close to securing is currently occupied by United Colours of Benetton. Microsoft is said to be…
  10. CCleaner Malware Targeted Major Tech Companies

    09.21 / 16:29 ubergizmo.com Ubergizmo.com - Technology
    Avast-owned CCleaner is a security app that was used by hackers to spread malware. It’s a pretty popular app with more than two billion downloads. Security researchers from Cisco Talos discovered that hackers breached security to inject malware that was likely distributed to countless CCleaner users. Avast’s investigation reveals that the malware was specifically targeting major tech companies. The investigation has revealed that this was an Advanced Persistent Threat that was…
  11. Apple TV 4K Dolby Atmos Support Arrives Later

    09.21 / 16:29 ubergizmo.com Ubergizmo.com - Technology
    Apple’s new set-top box is capable of streaming content in 4K. At launch, the device will not be shipping with Dolby Atmos surround sound. However, the company has confirmed that support will be launched in due time. It’s going to release a firmware update down the line which will enable Dolby Atmos surround sound on the new Apple TV 4K. The new set-top box has the same A10X processor that powers the current iPad Pro models. It starts at $179. Dolby Atmos is the next generation…
  12. Tesla Developing Own Self-Driving Chip With AMD

    09.21 / 16:29 ubergizmo.com Ubergizmo.com - Technology
    Tesla has made no secret of the fact that it wants to put fully autonomous cars on roads in the next few years. The company needs the best in hardware and software to make this dream a reality. According to a new report, Tesla is now developing its own chips for self-driving cars. It’s reportedly working with AMD to refine its new chip. This move is being viewed as a decision by Tesla to reduce its reliance on NVIDIA. Tesla currently sources chips from NVIDIA that are crucial to its…
  13. Alleged Photo Of BlackBerry Krypton Leaked

    09.21 / 10:30 ubergizmo.com Ubergizmo.com - Technology
    So far all the BlackBerry devices released by TCL have been of the hybrid variety, where the handset sports a touchscreen display, but also comes with a physical keyboard, a feature that many BlackBerry users seem to love most about the brand, and also what makes BlackBerry phones so unique from the competition.However TCL is expected to launch a new BlackBerry phone with an all-screen design, and a recent photo could give us a clue as to what to expect. A photo of the alleged BlackBerry…
  14. Plantronics Launches New BackBeat FIT Series Of Headphones

    09.21 / 10:30 ubergizmo.com Ubergizmo.com - Technology
    There are many headphones available in the market today, but with more handset OEMs starting to ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack, it might be time to start exploring more options, such as wireless headphones, which actually could work out to be a lot better especially if you want to use it while at the gym.In fact the folks at Plantronics have recently taken the wraps off a bunch brand new headphones in the form of the BackBeat FIT 500, the BackBeat FIT 300, the BackBeat FIT Training, and…
  15. Stores Expected To Have More SNES Classic Units In Stock At Launch

    09.21 / 10:30 ubergizmo.com Ubergizmo.com - Technology
    One of the problems customers faced last year when trying to get their hands on the NES Classic is that they were constantly out of stock. This is apparently due to Nintendo struggling to keep up with demand, but that’s a problem that Nintendo plans to avoid with the SNES Classic that will be launched this year.In fact according to a tweet by Wario64 (via US Gamer), a check on Brickseek has discovered that as far as the SNES Classic is concerned, it seems that stores appear to be carrying m…
  16. HTC Will Still Release A Flagship In 2018 Following Google Deal

    09.21 / 10:30 ubergizmo.com Ubergizmo.com - Technology
    As you might have heard, Google and HTC have recently struck up an agreement in which in exchange for $1.1 billion, Google will be getting their hands on some of HTC’s IP in an non-exclusive licensing agreement, as well as the team behind HTC’s smartphones. This isn’t an outright purchase of HTC, but rather a part of the company’s mobile team.So what does this mean for HTC? The good news for fans of the company is that things are expected to proceed as per usual. In fact come 2018, fans can…
  17. Google To HTC’s Smartphone Team For $1.1 Billion

    09.21 / 10:30 ubergizmo.com Ubergizmo.com - Technology
    It is no secret that HTC is definitely not the company it once was, and over the years they have been slowly ceding market share to bigger smartphone makers, and more recently OEMs from China who are quickly rising to the top of the ranks. This is why when there were rumors that Google could be considering acquiring HTC, it did not really come as a surprise.It turns out that the rumors were true, or at least part of it because HTC and Google have recently announced a $1.1 billion…