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Pixel users get custom ringtones

Published on 12/06/2018 @ 3 PM EST
Accessible only to Pixel device owners, the new Sounds app from Google will allow users to see a visualization of each ringtone in the form of colors. The full features of the app are yet to be released.

Apple AirPods are getting better

Published on 12/06/2018 @ 10 AM EST
Although the release date is for 2020, the next generation of AirPods will have water and sweat resistance as well as an inductive charging case (but it’s sold separately). Rumor has it that the design might see some slight changes, including more on-board functionality.

Chrome 71 comes with loads of upgrades

Published on 12/06/2018 @ 9 AM EST
Chrome 71 for Android will feature auto ad blocking, a new favicon, and billing warnings. The latter helps alert users to websites requiring a subscription for purchase. On the dev side, developers are able to customize their web apps in fullscreen.

Samsung is giving away a free Galaxy

Published on 12/06/2018 @ 9 AM EST
If you were looking for a great end-of-year deal from Samsung, here it is. With the purchase of select QLED TVs by December 18th, you get a free Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy S9, or Galaxy S9+. Of course, the select TVs are on the pricier side but it’s just as every bit enticing.

View the new Galaxy S10+

Published on 12/06/2018 @ 8 AM EST
From a curved screen to ultra-thin bezels to a notch-less design, it looks like the Galaxy S10+ will have four rear-facing cameras. The device is also rumored to have the all-new Snapdragon 855 chip to give the device 5G connectivity. The Galaxy S10+ will be released in early 2019.

[Watch] SpaceX’s Failed Landing

Published on 12/06/2018 @ 1 AM EST
A SpaceX Dragon capsule is en route to the International Space Station after a successful launch today. However, the rocket landing—which SpaceX has made routine by this point—went off less swimmingly. Or maybe more swimmingly, depending on how you look at it.

The rocket’s first stage booster—the large bottom half of the rocket that gets the craft into space—typically lands back on a platform either on land or at sea. But during Wednesday’s launch, a malfunction caused the booster to land a little off-target. It came down into the water off the coast of Florida, a few hundred feet from the launch pad.

Watch the video here