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How to remove the SIM card from your iPhone

Remove a SIM card from one iPhone and move it to another device in order to make and receive calls there to your existing phone number. iPhone SIM cards only store small amounts of customer data, including your phone number and billing information. They do not store contacts, images, apps, and other data, which must be transferred separately when you get a new iPhone. Whether you're selling your old iPhone, trading it in for a new model, or sending it away for repairs, it's important that y...
Tags: Samsung, Trends


The CEO behind 'Fortnite' says the entire video game industry is missing the 'inevitable' trend as the barriers between consoles and smartphones get obliterated

Tim Sweeney, the CEO ofEpic Games, tells Business Insider that the success of "Fortnite" shows that there's no such thing as a "mobile gamer" or a "console gamer" anymore — there's just gamers.  That's a big part of why the company this week launched Epic Online Services, which will let video game developers easily create games that include cross-play across PCs, consoles, and smartphones.  Sweeney says that it's all based on tech that Epic came up with itself for "Fortnite," and indeed, the s...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Samsung, San Francisco, Trends, Epic, Sony, Epic Games, Sweeney, Tim Sweeney, Fortnite, Xbox One Nintendo, Sweeney Sweeney, Epic Games Store, Epic Online Services, Epic Online Services Notably


Comcast just announced a $5-a-month streaming service called 'Flex'

Comcast announced it would launch a $5-a-month aggregation service for its broadband customers. Xfinity Flex works similarly to Roku and will let customers integrate other streaming services they pay for, like Netflix or Amazon Prime, into one device. Flex seems aimed at deepening relationships with existing Comcast customers rather than acquiring new ones. Comcast announced Thursday that it would launch a $5-a-month aggregation service for its broadband customers March 26. Named Xfinity ...
Tags: Amazon, Verizon, Samsung, Trends, Amazon Prime, Netflix, Comcast, Roku, Hulu, Xfinity, Strauss, FLEX, DirecTV Now, Xfinity Mobile Comcast, Matt Strauss, ESPN3 Tubi TV and Cheddar


Samsung goes big with the next-gen Galaxy S10 5G smartphone

Samsung has announced a whopping four new Galaxy S10 devices, from the low-cost S10e to the triple-camera S10 and S10 Plus. But it's the Galaxy S10 5G that steals the show as it's among the first 5G-ready smartphones to hit the market. The post Samsung goes big with the next-gen Galaxy S10 5G smartphone appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Android, Mobile, News, Samsung, Trends, 5g, Samsung Unpacked 2019, Samsung Galaxy S10 5G


A portfolio manager at a $43 billion hedge fund explains firms' flawed approach to using alternative data, and how they can fix it

Mike Chen, a portfolio manager at PanAgora Asset Management, said firms are struggling to find value in alternative data because of their approach. Instead of trying out a variety of data feeds, Chen said firms should first develop a specific investment question they'd like to solve. Wall Street investors have recently voiced frustration over generating substantial returns using alternative data in their trading strategies.    Like trying to drink water straight from a fire hydrant, investors...
Tags: New York, Samsung, Trends, Nasdaq, Chen, Mike Chen, PanAgora Asset Management, PanAgora


I used Apple’s new iPad mini, and it might finally make me an Apple Pencil believer (AAPL)

The iPad mini received a long overdue upgrade earlier this week that brings better performance, Apple Pencil support, and an enhanced display. The Apple Pencil feels more natural on the iPad mini than any other Apple tablet I've used it with so far, largely because of its size. But that benefit comes at a $99 premium, and there are other less expensive options for those who just want a portable tablet for entertainment.  Apple's iPads have become increasingly capable of serving as laptop repl...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Samsung, Trends, Google Docs, Huawei, Apple Pencil, Aapl, Moleskine Digital Studio Microsoft


This app collects wallpapers designed to hide Samsung Galaxy S10’s camera

The hole-punch on the new Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup might not be as obnoxious as a notch. But, in case you wanted to hide it anyway, there’s now an app that collects creative wallpapers designed to camouflage the phone‘s camera cutout. As spotted by Android Police, Hidey Hole essentially scrapes Reddit for hole-punch wallpapers and stacks them in one place, so you can comfortably choose from a wide range to trick out your S10. What’s especially nifty is the app also lets you adjust the brightnes...
Tags: Startups, Apps, Samsung, Reddit, Samsung Galaxy, Plugged


A former Facebook executive raised $3.7 million to fund a game aiming to match the success of 'Pokémon Go'

Former Facebook employee Nikki Lannen has raised €3.3 million ($3.7 million) to fund the development of a new augmented-reality game at her startup WarDucks. The funding round was led venture capital firm EQT Ventures and will help get the new location-based game off the ground in 2020. Lannen left her job at Facebook in 2013 to launch WarDucks, which aims to make its titles "fun" rather than "super-realistic." Former Facebook executive Nikki Lannen has raised nearly $4 million to create a n...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Europe, North Korea, Samsung, San Francisco, Trends, Ireland, The Times, Dublin, Latin America, Kim Jong, Former Facebook, EQT Ventures, Nikki Lannen, Lannen


Here's why analysts think Google may want to 'put the brakes' on Pixelbook innovation (GOOG, GOOGL)

Last week, Business Insider learned that Google had moved dozens of employees out of its laptop and tablet division, scaling back the size of its in-house hardware group. On Tuesday, Ben Bajarin, Principal analyst with Creative Strategies, told Business Insider that the employee cutbacks could mean Google's innovation with Pixelbook — the company's homegrown Chromebook product — is winding down.  “It could be that they feel like the goal of the Pixelbook has done what it needed to do and now i...
Tags: Google, Microsoft, Samsung, Trends, Chromebook, Jeff Bezos, Chromebooks, Business Insider, Moorhead, Patrick Moorhead, Milanesi, Ben Bajarin, Bajarin, Creative Strategies, Carolina Milanesi, Pixelbook


VMware CEO says Cisco's networking software is like 'a bicycle' compared to his 'Lamborghini' as they fight for cloud dominance (VMW, CSCO, AMZN)

VMware and Cisco's rivalry is as fierce as ever, as both companies fight to stay relevant while their customers ditch old-fashioned tech for the cloud. VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger couldn't help but throw some shade at Cisco in a recent interview, calling its software a "bicycle" compared to VMware's "lamborghini."  Years ago, VMware and its then-parent company EMC were best buddies with Cisco. They even sold their products together in a joint venture that did about $2 billion a year, we reported...
Tags: Amazon, Utah, Microsoft, Samsung, Trends, Cisco, Bill, Oprah, Amazon Web Services, EMC, Vmware, ACI, Pat Gelsinger, CRN, NSX, Nicira


Samsung Galaxy S10 review

The Galaxy S10 is the middle child in this year’s Galaxy S10 range, between the Galaxy S10e, and the Galaxy S10 Plus. There’s no striking reason to buy it, but it’s still an excellent phone you’ll be happy with. The post Samsung Galaxy S10 review appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Android, Mobile, Samsung, Trends, Phones, Samsung Galaxy, Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10


Oculus showed off a new design for its premium VR headset, but its features are not very ambitious (FB)

Oculus has announced the Oculus Rift S, an updated model of its Oculus Rift headset designed for use with personal computers. Starting at $399, the Oculus Rift S promises better visuals, improved tracking and a more comfortable headset design. The Oculus Rift S will be compatible with existing Rift software, and will share new content with the original device. Oculus will release the Rift S and the standalone Oculus Quest headset during Spring 2019; the official dates have not been confirmed. ...
Tags: Facebook, Samsung, Trends, Oculus, Brandon Iribe


This could be our first look at the Galaxy Fold's rumored creasing issue that Samsung is supposedly trying to fix

A recent video shows creasing down the middle of what is purportedly Samsung's unreleased foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Fold.  The Galaxy Fold uses a plastic display, which could explain creasing over time. Bloomberg previously reported that Samsung is currently working to address a creasing issues that crops up after 10,000 folds. A Samsung Galaxy Fold — or a phone that looks just like it — that's somehow out in the wild before its April 26 release date is showing signs of creasing, accord...
Tags: Samsung, Trends, Bloomberg, Samsung Galaxy


Fibaro smart devices are now compatible with the Samsung SmartThings hub

Samsung SmartThings now supports even more devices with the integration of Fibaro, a company known for its smart home sensors. Several Fibaro devices are already compatible, with more on the way. The post Fibaro smart devices are now compatible with the Samsung SmartThings hub appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Samsung, Trends, Fibaro


10 things in tech you need to know today

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Wednesday. Google announced a huge gaming initiative: A Netflix-like video-game streaming platform named Stadia. The service is intended to run high-resolution blockbuster games on any device that runs Google's Chrome — from smartphones and tablets to computers and TVs. Google unveiled a new controller for its Stadia gaming service on Tuesday, which connects to Google's data centers and pairs with whichever device the game is being ...
Tags: Google, Facebook, UK, Samsung, Trends, Tesla, EA, Snapchat, Netflix, Aclu, New Zealand, Ubisoft, Stephen Collins, Alexa, Trump, Facebook Twitter


Grab 1 terabyte of SSD storage for just $100 with this sale on Amazon

If you're looking for an excellent opportunity to pick up a 1TB SSD at a low price, Amazon has you covered with Samsung's 860 QVO 1TB 2.5-inch SATA III Internal SSD. It is an excellent offering for both multimedia enthusiasts and gamers. The post Grab 1 terabyte of SSD storage for just $100 with this sale on Amazon appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Amazon, Deals, Samsung, Trends, Computing, Ssd


I tried Samsung’s $750 Galaxy S10e, and I'm convinced it could be the Android phone to beat

At $750, the Galaxy S10e costs significantly less than Samsung's other Galaxy S10 devices, while offering many of the same features. The S10e features a large, attractive screen in a form factor that's more compact than most of its rivals, and its ultra wide-angle camera captures great shots. But when it comes to overall camera performance and display quality, it's about on par with competitors like the iPhone Xr and Google Pixel 3.  Samsung’s new Galaxy S10 lineup represents a few firsts for...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, New York City, Samsung, Trends, Lg, Lcd, Pixel, Amoled, Apple Samsung, Google Pixel


How to clear the cache on your Mac computer to make it run more efficiently

When you clear your Mac computer's cached data, you're deleting the temporary media files, like images and text files, that it gathers from the sites you visit.  Those files help reduce internet data usage and speed software installation on your Mac. But it's important to clear your cache periodically because it can help protect your identity and make your computer's applications run more efficiently. Luckily, it's easy to get those cached files deleted from your Mac (even if your shortcut but...
Tags: Apple, Mac, Samsung, Trends


Google just unveiled its Netflix-like video game platform named 'Stadia'

Google officially unveiled its first major video game initiative on Tuesday. It's called "Stadia," and it's a video game streaming service as a platform. Google says its central goal with Stadia is to make gaming accessible for as many people as possible. Google unveiled a major new gaming initiative on Tuesday, named "Stadia." It's set to launch at some point in 2019. The service is built on Google's cloud network, and promises to enable Netflix-like streamed video games to be played on its ...
Tags: Google, Microsoft, Samsung, San Francisco, Trends, Netflix, Sony, Ubisoft, Sundar Pichai, Chromecast Google, Phil Harrison, Creed Odyssey, Jade Raymond Stadia


Buzzy AI software startup UiPath in talks to raise a mega funding round at possible $7 billion valuation

Buzzy software robots startup UiPath is in talks with investors about a major new funding round that could double its valuation from $3 billion to as much as $7 billion, sources told Business Insider. The round, which will likely close in early April, is led by institutional investors including Coatue, with likely participation from others like T. Rowe Price, one source said. It could make UiPath — which builds software robots that can carry out repetitive, back-office functions — the world's ...
Tags: Google, New York, Microsoft, California, Softbank, Samsung, Trends, Army, Romania, Sequoia Capital, Huawei, Blackstone, Sequoia, Internal Revenue Service, ARR, T Rowe Price


Snapchat admits its age verification safeguards are effectively useless

Snap executives Stephen Collins and Will Scougal were grilled by UK lawmakers on Snapchat's age-verification process. Collins admitted that the system is effectively useless in stopping underage users from signing up to the Snapchat app. He said the systems might catch underage users out if they try to sign up via a web browser — but admitted the mobile app is more popular. Two top Snap executives were grilled by a UK parliamentary committee on Tuesday about failures in Snapchat's age-verific...
Tags: UK, Stanford, Samsung, Trends, Snapchat, Labour, Evan Spiegel, Collins, Stephen Collins, Lucas, EMEA, Breck Bednar, Ian Lucas, Digital Culture Media and Sport Committee, Will Scougal, Snapchat Collins


From Silicon Valley superstar to facing jail time on fraud charges, here's where Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes is now

Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes and former Theranos president Sunny Balwani have been charged with nine counts of wire fraud and two counts of conspiracy to commit wire fraud. The charges stem from allegations that the two engaged in a scheme to defraud investors and a separate scheme to defraud doctors and patients while at the blood-testing company, the   Department of Justice said in June 2018. In September, Theranos shut down. Theranos is the focus of " The Inventor: Out for Blood in Si...
Tags: Hbo, Stanford, Samsung, San Francisco, Trends, SEC, Silicon Valley, Department Of Justice, Rupert Murdoch, Doj, Wall Street Journal, Vanity Fair, Theranos, Elizabeth Holmes, Zika, Holmes


This smartphone maker put a selfie camera where no other phone maker has put one before

Chinese smartphone maker ZTE's upcoming smartphone has a selfie camera that sticks out from the main body of the phone. It's a novel design solution to avoid using the divisive notch that was popularized by Apple's iPhone X and adopted by numerous other Android phone makers.  Moving the selfie camera outside the main body of the phone has a few benefits, like allowing more space for a larger battery, and allowing for a full-screen display without interruptions from a notch. It does, however, l...
Tags: Apple, Samsung, Trends, ZTE, Business Insider, Samsung Galaxy


Samsung recruited the world's top 'Fortnite' player for a tournament showing off their new smartphones

Tyler "Ninja" Blevins, the world's most popular gamer, and iKon, a Korean pop group, helped Samsung celebrate the launch of its Galaxy S10 smartphones at a special event in New York City. At Samsung 837 in Manhattan, fans played in a "Fortnite" tournament using Galaxy S10+ phones and were treated to a special performance by iKon. Samsung is also offering Galaxy S10 owners a special "Fortnite" skin based on iKon member Jung Chanwoo. To celebrate the launch of their new Galaxy S10 smartphones, ...
Tags: New York City, Samsung, Trends, Manhattan, Ikon, Ninja, Super League Gaming, Tyler Ninja Blevins, Jung Chanwoo, iKon Samsung


Microsoft is hoping to turn the Pacific Northwest into ground zero for quantum computing (MSFT)

Microsoft announced Monday that it's teamed up with the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and the University of Washington to create the Northwest Quantum Nexus, to promote quantum computing. The three partners are hosting a summit at the University of Washington Monday and Tuesday to bring together researchers in the field. Northwest Quantum Nexus aims to encourage collaboration in quantum-computing projects and research, as well as address the shortage of skills in the field. Microsoft q...
Tags: Google, Microsoft, Congress, Samsung, Trends, Canada, Ibm, Baker, Pacific Northwest, Quantum, University of Washington, Google IBM, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Nathan Baker, Microsoft Intel, IBM Intel


Apple just surprised everyone with major updates to the iPad Air and iPad Mini

Apple announced major updates to the iPad Air and iPad Mini lines on Monday morning. Both devices are getting updated internals. Perhaps most significantly, both the iPad Air and iPad Mini now support the Apple Pencil. Apple just surprised everyone by announcing major updates to both the iPad Air and iPad Mini. Both devices are getting their internals upgraded, and both are getting support for Apple's stylus — the Apple Pencil. The same A12 Bionic chip that powers Apple's iPhone XS, XS Max, a...
Tags: Apple, Samsung, Trends, Apple Pencil Apple


Latest Samsung Galaxy smartphone will pop up on April 10

Samsung will show at least one new Galaxy phone off on April 10, it has confirmed in a teaser tweet. The Galaxy A90 may make its first appearance, and it's rumored to have a pop-up camera and a notch-less screen. The post Latest Samsung Galaxy smartphone will pop up on April 10 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Android, Mobile, News, Samsung, Trends, Galaxy, Samsung Galaxy, Galaxy A90, April 10


New Samsung Galaxy smartphone will pop up on April 10

Samsung will show at least one new Galaxy phone off on April 10, it has confirmed in a teaser tweet. The Galaxy A90 may make its first appearance, and is rumored to have a pop-up camera and a notch-less screen. The post New Samsung Galaxy smartphone will pop up on April 10 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Android, Mobile, Samsung, Trends, Galaxy, Samsung Galaxy, NEW Samsung Galaxy, Galaxy A90, April 10


'I don't trust some computer to drive me around': Trump reportedly says he'd never get in a 'crazy' driverless car

Four sources told the news website Axios that President Donald Trump had a deep mistrust of driverless cars. Trump sometimes imagines scenes in which the cars veer out of control, Axios said. As Axios noted, Trump's administration has largely taken a "hands-off approach" to regulating the rapidly changing self-driving technology, but one source reportedly said Trump could be spurred into action to make the regulatory landscape much tougher for autonomous vehicles. President Donald Trump is no...
Tags: Elon Musk, White House, Softbank, Samsung, Trends, Tesla, Toyota, Donald Trump, Southwest, Trump, Elaine Chao, Axios



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