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  1. Nintendo Reportedly Producing 2 Million Switch Units A Month

    10.07 / 00:22 ubergizmo.com Ubergizmo.com - Technology
    It definitely seems like Nintendo might have redeemed themselves with the Nintendo Switch compared to the Wii U. We have heard reports that the company has managed to sell 5 million units to date, a pretty impressive figure considering that it has only been on the market for less than a year.In fact it seems that the company expects that the Switch will continue to do well because in a report from DigiTimes (via Nintendo Life), Nintendo has increased the production of the Switch to 2…
  2. Call Of Duty: WWII For PC Will Have Anti-Cheat/Hacking Measures

    10.07 / 00:22 ubergizmo.com Ubergizmo.com - Technology
    Hackers and cheaters in games suck and it ruins the experience for all, which is why companies like Blizzard have adopted a no-nonsense policy with its latest game, Overwatch, where cheaters are immediately banned from the game when caught. It seems that Sledgehammer Games is taking a similar approach with the upcoming Call of Duty: WWII.When the developer launched the PC open beta, it seems that the experience for gamers was ruined by cheaters and hackers, but the company has since…
  3. Nintendo And Dark Horse To Publish ARMS Graphic Novel

    10.07 / 00:22 ubergizmo.com Ubergizmo.com - Technology
    One of the fun and quirky games that Nintendo unveiled early on for the Nintendo Switch is ARMS. It is a fighting game but in Nintendo’s style of colorful and weird characters whose arms could extend like springs (hence the name, we guess?). Now the game itself doesn’t really have much of a story to it, but that’s something Nintendo is hoping to change.Nintendo has recently announced that together with Dark Horse, a graphic novel based on ARMS is expected to be launched in the fall of 2018…
  4. Foldable Samsung Galaxy X Rumored To Be A Limited-Run Device

    10.07 / 00:22 ubergizmo.com Ubergizmo.com - Technology
    We have been hearing rumors that Samsung could have a foldable smartphone in the works, and by foldable we don’t mean a flip phone, but a regular phone that will feature a display that is flexible and foldable. It is unclear when the phone is expected to launch, but it seems that if and when it does, it might be close to impossible to get your hands on one.This is because according to reports, the Samsung Galaxy X (the name that is supposedly that of the phone), it will be a limited-run d…
  5. Samsung Galaxy S8, Note 8 Enterprise Editions Launched

    10.07 / 00:22 ubergizmo.com Ubergizmo.com - Technology
    Different users have different needs and/or wants when it comes to their smartphones. For example those working outdoors might require a phone that’s rugged, students who a budget might want a phone that’s cheap, and there are also different needs when you’re a regular consumer versus one who wants a phone for enterprise purposes.Both the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy Note 8 have clearly been designed for regular users in mind, but it seems that Samsung has decided to cater to enter…
  6. Apple Reportedly Allowed Uber To Record Your iPhone’s Screen

    10.06 / 18:19 ubergizmo.com Ubergizmo.com - Technology
    If you’re hoping for your app to be approved by either Apple or Google, there are quite a few strict guidelines you have to follow to ensure that your app does what it says it does. This is to prevent apps and developers from trying to do sneaky things like steal your personal information, but what if the company that’s supposed to safeguard you gives developers the greenlight?That seems to be the case with Apple and Uber. In a report from Gizmodo, they were told by security researchers tha…
  7. Alleged Render Of The BlackBerry Motion Leaked

    10.06 / 18:19 ubergizmo.com Ubergizmo.com - Technology
    A couple of months ago, TCL confirmed that the company had a new BlackBerry phone in the works. Apart from confirming that the phone would sport an all touchscreen display, not much is known about the handset in terms of specs or design, although a recently leaked photo did clue us in ever so slightly.However thanks to a post by the ever-reliable Evan Blass, a rendering of the upcoming handset codenamed Krypton has since been leaked in full. The phone, according to Blass, will be…
  8. Apple Confirms Hundreds Of New Emojis Coming To iOS 11.1

    10.06 / 18:19 ubergizmo.com Ubergizmo.com - Technology
    If you’re someone who loves chatting using emojis, you might be interested to learn that Apple has announced that with iOS 11.1, the company will be introducing hundreds of new emojis that users can play around with. iOS 11.1 is expected to be the next major update to iOS 11, but there is no word on when it will be released.According to Apple, “The new emoji are designed to reveal every detail and adapted from approved characters in Unicode 10. iOS 11.1 will also include characters ann…
  9. Instagram Stories Can Now Be Simultaneously Posted To Facebook

    10.06 / 18:19 ubergizmo.com Ubergizmo.com - Technology
    When Instagram launched its Stories feature, many called the feature a copycat/rip-off of Snapchat, but the feature proved to be so popular that we’re sure that most people probably don’t care by now. Seeing its success, Facebook then tried to replicate it across its apps such as Facebook and WhatsApp.Safe to say that so far Instagram has been the only platform in which Stories has proven to be successful, but Facebook isn’t giving up just yet. The company has confirmed that they are now ro…
  10. Apple Music Extension For Facebook Messenger Now Available

    10.06 / 18:19 ubergizmo.com Ubergizmo.com - Technology
    Last year it was announced that Spotify would be integrated with Facebook Messenger in which users will be able to search for songs on Spotify and share it with the person that they’re chatting with. Granted there are plenty of ways of sharing songs, this is one of the options afforded to Messenger users.It was later announced that Apple Music would eventually get similar integration too, and it looks like that has happened. If you are an Apple Music user who would like to share his or her …
  11. Study: Google’s AI Has The Highest IQ Amongst The Competition

    10.06 / 11:24 ubergizmo.com Ubergizmo.com - Technology
    In computing there is term known as “garbage in, garbage out,” meaning that if you input garbage you should expect results that aren’t ideal as well. However in today’s modern society, technology has progressed to the point where it can anticipate our needs even before we ask for it. Think about the ads you see on websites for products you’ve searched for in the past.That being said, how smart is today’s AI? In a recent study conducted by researchers at Cornell University, it seems that out…
  12. Mattel Cancels Their AI-Powered Speakers Over Privacy Concerns

    10.06 / 11:24 ubergizmo.com Ubergizmo.com - Technology
    With companies like Amazon showing that there is a demand for smart speakers, it did not come as a surprise to see other companies follow suit. In fact earlier this year Mattel announced that they would be launching a smart speaker of their own aimed at kids, but a report from the Washington Post has revealed that the device has since been cancelled.For those who are learning about this for the first time, the device in question was known as Aristotle and was created with kids in mind.…
  13. Facebook Testing Workplace Chat App For Mac And PCs

    10.06 / 11:24 ubergizmo.com Ubergizmo.com - Technology
    It is becoming clear to companies that while communication apps for consumers are popular, there is also a growing need in the enterprise market which is why we’ve seen apps like Slack rise in popularity, and it is also why we’re seeing companies like Microsoft and Facebook launch similar apps.Facebook’s take is dubbed Workplace and in a recent report from TechCrunch, it seems that Facebook could have quietly launched an official Workplace desktop app for PC and Mac users dubbed Workplace C…
  14. Canon Could Have More Than One Full-Frame Camera In The Works

    10.06 / 11:24 ubergizmo.com Ubergizmo.com - Technology
    Given how Sony is more or less having free reign with its full-frame mirrorless cameras with no one to challenge them, it doesn’t come as a surprise to learn that companies such as Canon and Nikon might have something in the works. In fact it seems that according to recent rumors, Canon might have more than one such camera in development.In a report from Canon Rumors, they have heard that Canon apparently has three full-frame mirrorless cameras that they are development, although it seems t…
  15. Analysts Think Microsoft Will Exit Surface Hardware Business In 2019

    10.06 / 11:24 ubergizmo.com Ubergizmo.com - Technology
    In the past Microsoft was content with letting others take on the role of producing hardware while the Redmond company provided the software, like Windows, Windows Mobile, Windows Phone, and so on. However in more recent years, Microsoft has branched out into making its own hardware which spawned the Surface series of tablets and laptops.While the Surface products have received pretty favorable reviews, they’re not quite taking the world by storm which has led some analysts to believe that …