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Fitbit Releases Blood Oxygen Monitoring

Published on 01/16/2020 @ 8 AM EST

Coming ahead of Apple Watch, Fitbit will be enabling blood oxygen level (Sp02) tracking on some of its smartwatches and fitness trackers with a software update. Sp02 levels usually help with more accurate sleep tracking as well as detecting health issues like sleep apnea.

Disney+ Was the Most Downloaded App in the US in Q4 2019

Published on 01/15/2020 @ 5 AM EST

The app was launched in mid-November, 2019 and since then, Disney+ was downloaded more than 30 million times in Q4 2019. This is more than double the numbers of its nearest competitor, TikTok.

Super Nintendo World will make visitors experience video games in real life

Published on 01/14/2020 @ 10 AM EST

About to be launched this summer 2020 at Osaka, Japan, Super Nintendo World is planning a theme park that will blend the physical world with the world of the video game. Universal Studios Japan said in a press release, "While wearing the power-up bands, guests can collect digital coins just like Mario does in the games.

Samsung Cancels ‘Galaxy S11’ Range

Published on 01/13/2020 @ 9 AM EST

As confirmed by Influential Samsung insider Max Weinbach of XDA Developers, Samsung Galaxy S11 will not be the successor to Galaxy S10. Instead, Samsung’s all-new phone will be rebranded as the Samsung Galaxy S20.

OnePlus Will Be Launching a New Screen Technology

Published on 01/11/2020 @ 3 AM EST

As posted on Weibo, OnePlus is planning an event in Shenzen China on January 13th to show off a whole new form of screen technology. No information is available about this technology yet but based on the teaser image, there is a hint that this will involve a full-screen design.

Apple Quietly Slashes Estimated Trade-In Values of iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch Models

Published on 01/11/2020 @ 3 AM EST

Overnight, Apple has quietly slashed the estimated trade-in values of second-hand iPhones, iPads, Macs, and Apple Watch models. The only devices that have been spared these reductions as of now are the MacBook Pro, Mac Pro, Mac mini, and ‌Apple Watch‌ Series 1, 2, and 3.