Home / Some
Category: Some

Disney CEO calls theoretical ESPN streaming package ‘the ultimate fan offering’

Disney CEO Bob Chapek told investors the company isn’t ready to pull the trigger on shifting away from its linear ESPN channel yet. But he said...

Read more

Facebook is getting rid of some location-tracking features due to ‘low usage’

Facebook is discontinuing some of its location-tracking features, like Nearby Friends, due to "low usage." The platform will delete any...

Read more

Some new BMWs will reportedly come without Android Auto and Apple CarPlay

BMW is reportedly shipping some new vehicles without Android Auto and Apple CarPlay due to issues related to the chip shortage. BMW is temporarily...

Read more

An Xbox outage is preventing some players from launching digital titles

Xbox is having issues preventing players from using its Cloud Gaming service, launching digital titles, and making purchases on its store. Xbox is...

Read more

Amazon is making ‘some management changes’ at JFK8

Amazon has reportedly shaken up management at its Staten Island, New York, warehouse where workers recently voted to unionize. Amazon has reportedly...

Read more

Simone Giertz’s online store sells cool inventions ‘you didn’t know you didn’t want’

Inventor and YouTuber Simone Giertz has a website selling some of her inventions. The four items range from $38 to $365 and include Giertz’s...

Read more

Here are some great games to sideload onto your Playdate

In addition to the 24 games included with the Playdate as part of season 1, the handheld also supports sideloading, so you can install a variety of...

Read more

Something sinister is lurking in The Essex Serpent’s first trailer

The first trailer for Apple TV Plus’ The Essex Serpent — due out May 13th — invites you to the town of Aldwinter as it gives in to a collective...

Read more

Ram aims to ‘steal’ some of Ford’s electric truck ‘thunder’ with 1500 EV tease

Ram released a tease of its upcoming electric 1500 truck the same week that Ford is planning to start customer deliveries of its F-150 Lightning. Ram...

Read more

FDA warns that some prenatal blood tests could have false results

The FDA issued a safety communication about blood tests used to screen for genetic abnormalities for pregnant people. They can give false and...

Read more

Pixel 6 owners say their phones are automatically rejecting some incoming calls

Multiple Google Pixel owners have reported their phones will list incoming calls as "declined," without ringing or notifying them. The...

Read more

Thor: Love and Thunder’s cracked Mjolnir may be hiding an even cooler gadget

The first trailer for Marvel’s Thor: Love and Thunder gives us our first look at Jane Foster as Thor and her magical hammer, but the weapon might...

Read more

Some must-play Nintendo Switch games are $20 off

A few Switch staples, like Super Mario Odyssey, Splatoon 2, and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, are $20 off today. You can also score deals...

Read more

Someone plugged an entire 4K desktop graphics card into the Steam Deck

YouTuber ETA Prime added an AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT, one of the highest-end graphics cards on the market, to Valve’s Steam Deck, defeating its...

Read more

Substack accidentally sent duplicate emails for some of its newsletters

Substack acknowledged a "one-off bug" that sent duplicate emails to subscriber’s inboxes on Friday. It affected a subset of newsletter...

Read more

Recent Chrome OS updates have broken some Chromebooks’ cameras

Recent Chrome OS updates have broken the camera on some Chromebooks for some users, as reported by About Chromebooks. Some bug reports list differing...

Read more

Google Docs will start nudging some users to write less dumbly

Google Docs could soon suggest ways to improve the quality of your writing. A purple squiggly underline will appear when these kinds of suggestions...

Read more

The Steam Deck just got a dual-touchpad keyboard and some much-needed fixes

The Steam Deck shipped with a lot of bugs, but some of them just got ironed out — including a lot of Wi-Fi issues. There’s also a new dual...

Read more

Intel’s XeSS AI upscaling won’t be available until sometime in ‘early summer’

Intel has officially launched its Arc GPUs, but without a key feature: its XeSS AI-powered super sampling upscaling won’t be arriving until...

Read more

Matter’s delays mean fewer new smart home products today

Nanoleaf’s current Essentials smart lighting line won’t work with Matter and it’s holding the release of new products until the smart home...

Read more

HBO Max adds a shuffle button to help you find something to watch

HBO Max is rolling out its very own shuffle button for desktop that’ll allow users to randomize episodes from some of their favorite series. Rather...

Read more

There’s something off about ApeCoin

One of the most famous web3 projects is the Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC), a collection of whimsical NFTs created by a company called Yuga Labs. It...

Read more

PlayStation Network outage keeps some players from verifying PS Plus or launching games

The PlayStation Network is currently experiencing an outage. Some players on PS5 and PS4 are reporting issues trying to access their PS Plus...

Read more

Samsung’s Galaxy A33 leaks in full before its ‘Awesome’ launch

Samsung’s Galaxy A33 rumored to be launching on March 17th, has leaked in full. Specs include a 6.4-inch 90Hs 1080p OLED display, a 5,000mAh...

Read more

Samsung’s Awesome Galaxy A event will take place on March 17th

Samsung’s second event of the year, dubbed the Awesome Galaxy A Event, will be held on March 17th at 10AM ET. The phonemaker is expected to debut...

Read more

Samsung Galaxy Awesome Unpacked 2022 tipped for March 17

Samsung has started sending out invites for the Galaxy Awesome Unpacked event on March 17 at 10 am. Since the invites, it is now almost sure that...

Read more

PlayStation 5 consoles are available at Target for store pick-up orders (update: sold out)

Target is once again restocking PS5 consoles today, for in-store pickup orders. You’ll have to act quickly and see if you’re in luck with...

Read more

TikTok plans to add labels to ‘some’ state-controlled media

TikTok has announced that it’s labeling content from some state-controlled media, including Russian sources, according to a spokesperson. TikTok...

Read more

Latest 20