Hexbyte – Science and Tech Google Maps is getting in-app music support and new commuter tab

Hexbyte – Science and Tech Google Maps is getting in-app music support and new commuter tab

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Google is rolling out a new commuter-focused update for its Maps service that provides much more information for commuters, as well as letting you control your music from within the app. Via a new commute tab, you’ll be able to see any congestion or disruption on your route before you leave, and you’ll be given…

Hexbyte – Science and Tech Best Buy mistakenly sold a next-gen Chromecast well before Google’s Pixel 3 event

Hexbyte – Science and Tech Best Buy mistakenly sold a next-gen Chromecast well before Google’s Pixel 3 event

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Google just can’t catch any breaks when it comes to leaks this year. With less than two weeks to go until the October 9th Pixel 3 press conference, Best Buy already sold a third-generation Chromecast, a device that should also be unveiled at Google’s upcoming show. Google is supposed to introduce a bunch of new…

Hexbyte – Science and Tech iPhone XS, XS Max charging problems: Strange issues surface on Apple’s new phones

Hexbyte – Science and Tech iPhone XS, XS Max charging problems: Strange issues surface on Apple’s new phones

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Some owners of the new iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max are reporting on Apple’s community site that the devices aren’t charging when plugged into a power supply via a Lightning cable. Certain users are reporting that the iPhone XS will sometimes start to charge after reinserting an Apple-made cable. Others have noticed that if…

Hexbyte – Science and Tech Minecraft: Dungeons Announced

Hexbyte – Science and Tech Minecraft: Dungeons Announced

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Mojang is set to give us a brand new Minecraft adventure to play through inspired by classic dungeon crawlers. Play it alone or with up to three of your friends, but we’ll be kept waiting until next year to get our hands on it. October 1, 2018 7:05AM EST October 1, 2018 PCMag reviews products…

Hexbyte – Science and Tech First Case Surfaces of Law Enforcement Forcing Suspect to Unlock iPhone With Face ID

Hexbyte – Science and Tech First Case Surfaces of Law Enforcement Forcing Suspect to Unlock iPhone With Face ID

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A Forbes report has highlighted the first known case of law enforcement forcing a suspect to unlock an iPhone using Face ID. The incident reportedly happened in August when federal agents obtained a warrant to search the house of a man in Columbus, Ohio, as part of a child abuse investigation. Apple marketing image for…