Google’s mysterious new operating system will support Swift code

In an attempt to make itself more appealing to developers, Google is reportedly adding support for Apple’s popular Swift programming language to its mysterious new operating system, “Fuchsia.” In development since last year at least, the open-source Fuchsia could serve as a replacement for Chrome OS and Android. It is being developed with a brand

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Animal Crossing lands on iOS this week

Nintendo has something sweet up its sleeve that will keep you entertained over Thanksgiving. Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is finally coming to Android and iOS this week. With over 30 million games sold worldwide, Animal Crossing has become one of Nintendo’s most successful franchises. Now it is following in the footsteps of Super Mario and Fire Emblem by making

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Like the original iPhone, Essential Phone gets early price cut

Andy Rubin’s Essential Phone has received a massive price cut just two months after it started shipping. The device was billed as a top contender to iPhone X when it made its debut in May. But supposedly weak demand has forced Essential to slash $200 off its price tag already. The Essential Phone gets a

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Google investigates potentially disastrous Pixel 2 display fault

Apple’s not the only company that’s had issues with OLED displays this year. According to early reviewers, Google’s Pixel 2 XL suffers from screen burn-in, which leaves faint outlines of the phone’s navigation buttons on the display. Needless to say, that’s a bit of an issue if it turns out to be widespread. Google says

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Never-ending Apple vs. Samsung battle will continue

Apple and Samsung are headed back to court… again. The two companies are still battling it out over a patent infringement lawsuit that was originally settled in 2012. A successful Samsung appeal means the most recent sum of damages will be reassessed at trial yet again. Apple sued Samsung in 2011 for allegedly ripping off

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