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Scientists Unveil MagiScroll: A Tablet with Foldable Touchscreen

Researchers have built up a rollable touch-screen tablet, named aptly as MagiScroll-taking motivation from old looks to make an advanced gadget. The gadget has a 7.5-inch 2k show that rolls and unrolls around a cylinder, which the researchers say the chamber is 3D-printed. Wheels on the closures of the barrel enable you to scroll while the gadget is moved up, and furthermore roll and unroll the screen. The wheels can

Apple Might Shift from LCD to OLED Screens in 2019

Apple’s suppliers of display screens in Asia have been going through a rough patch as the shares of the suppliers in the region have recently gone down. Electronics Times in South Korea reported that Apple Inc. would be overhauling its display by using only next generation display screens in the upcoming models. A number of analysts have expounded that such a revolutionary transition is not possible so swiftly but the

Siri Switched to Google from Bing by Apple

Apple is swapping the default contractor of its web seeks from Siri, Search inside iOS (once in the past called Spotlight) and Spotlight on the Mac. Along these lines, for instance, if Siri cascades back to a web look on iOS when you make an inquiry, you’re currently going to get Google derives about as opposed to Bing. Refreshed underneath with an announcement from Microsoft. Consistency is Apple’s fundamental inspiration

Apple to Make Google Pay Up for Remaining Default Engine on iOS

Apple’s iOS device are touted to contribute to almost half of Google’s search revenues of the mobile segment. With such a large contribution, Apple is set to acquire licensing fees from Google, on account of the popularity of the search engine. The deal is predicted to be of almost $3 bn each year, just to remain the default search engine on iOS devices. Back in 2014, Google reported paid $1

Apple Leverages Augmented Reality to Provide Directions within Cities

One of the most prominent changes in iOS 11 is supposed to be ARKit, a framework which was introduced in June to create unequaled augmented reality (AR) experience for iPad and iPhone users. An inside reality has revealed that Apple could be transforming iPhone into a device that is well-suited to AR. Felix Lapalme‏, an iOS developer, has been digging out assets in the Maps app bundle to determine if

Apple Users slowdown for Upgrading Devices, Demand Simple Features

Apple may have set benchmarks for features on iPhones and other electronic devices, but the company is grappling with a realistic issue. This is related to several features on these devices to be too complicated to be understood by many users. To address this, the company has been making efforts one of which is to explain the functional features of Messages app to users. The idea behind this is to